Overview

Chosen to attend a reenactment of North against South at Gettysburg National Military Park, Ben and Bekka Cooper, along with their classmates experience a once-in-a-lifetime field trip. Putting their keen eyes and quick thinking to the test, they uncover a plot to ruin the event. With the help of a camera, travel book, and a secret weapon, the spies in disguise did not get away with the crime.

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Spies in Disguise at Gettysburg

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Overview

Chosen to attend a reenactment of North against South at Gettysburg National Military Park, Ben and Bekka Cooper, along with their classmates experience a once-in-a-lifetime field trip. Putting their keen eyes and quick thinking to the test, they uncover a plot to ruin the event. With the help of a camera, travel book, and a secret weapon, the spies in disguise did not get away with the crime.

Spies in Disguise at Gettysburg gives young readers what they’ve come to expect from Mary Morgan—a book of mystery they can take to the park and live out. Add it to Stolen Treasures at Pictured Rocks and The Face at Mount Rushmore, then follow them as they cross the country on their next National Park adventure.
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Editorial Reviews

Book Jacket - Laurel Iversen
“As a history teacher who has taken many groups of students to Gettysburg, and an avid reader of mysteries, I found Mary Morgan’s book “Spies in Disguise” to be delightful. The use of the disappearance of valuable items during a contest of old- fashioned games between school children of different states was both suspenseful and full of the kind of tidbits of information that will capture the attention of young readers.”
Book Jacket - Leon Farnsworth
“I found this book entertaining, easy and fun to read. It incorporates life-changing principles that will make each person better regardless of ‘our age.’ Let’s go to Gettysburg. Enjoy your trip.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148612650
  • Publisher: Buttonwood Press
  • Publication date: 10/10/2013
  • Series: National Park Mystery Series, #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 829,960
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 774 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Morgan lives with her husband, Randy, in Lansing, Michigan. Mary and her family have explored and photographed more than 25 National Parks. She shares “America’s Best Ideas” with children through fact and mysterious adventures.
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