A humorous look at the world of espionage with fun activities that will jump-start your training as a world-class spy.
A handy and newly relevant guide to spies and spy craft for youngsters interested in all things espionage. It includes background and tips on how to be a spy, as well as strange-but-true stories of real spies and their unbelievable missions. This pocket-sized compendium covers all facets of the spy game, including chapters on disguises, surveillance, lie detecting, eavesdropping, misinformation, handling secrets, and high-tech spy gear. Part of the Pocket Guide Series.
|Publisher:||Smith, Gibbs Publisher|
|Product dimensions:||4.00(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Bart King writes funny—and educational!—books for kids and immature adults. (His title The Big Book of Boy Stuff was once Amazon.com’s top-selling children’s book.) As a young lad, Bart discovered he could punch people into outer space. Sadly, he lost a lot of friends that way. Today, Bart is recognized as one of the world’s leading superhero experts. (And as a longtime middle school teacher, he is also highly sought after by supervillains!)
Russ Miller is an internationally syndicated artist and writer of Russ Miller’s Oddly Enough. He also writes and illustrates a weekly editorial newspaper column called “Miller’s Musings.”