Zeke Bartholomew: Superspy!

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Nov 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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It all started on a day like any other.

(Now I gotta deal with this guy)

The sun rose. I had waffles for breakfast. I caught my dad SCRATCHING HIS BUTT. It
was a rerun of pretty much every day of my life. But late that night, EVERYTHING CHANGED...

One minute I'm digging through my neighbor's garbage looking for clues (long story), and the next minute I'm KIDNAPPED BY GOONS and MISTAKEN FOR A SPY.

(Not to mention this guy)

You might think everything I'm about to tell you is a big lie. But I promise you that THIS IS ALL
TRUE. This is how the fate of the world fell into the hands of an UNIMPORTANT DORKY KID FROM NOWHERESVILLE.
  

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Review: Zeke Bartholomew: Superspy! (Zeke Bartholomew #1)

User Review  - Brittany - Goodreads

Cheesy and original enough to be good. I'll definitely read the next one. Read full review

Review: Zeke Bartholomew: Superspy! (Zeke Bartholomew #1)

User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

Very clever and totally hilarious. If I still worked in an elementary school, I would definitely be book talking this one! Zeke wants to be a spy - and really, haven't most of us wanted to be one at ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
Chapter 1
5
Chapter 2
17
Chapter 3
31
Chapter 4
43
Chapter 5
69
Chapter 6
75
Chapter 7
97
Chapter 12
167
Chapter 13
175
Chapter 14
189
Chapter 15
203
Chapter 16
215
Chapter 17
229
Preview of Zeke Bartholomew and the Summer Camp of Doom
233
Acknowledgments
249

Chapter 8
113
Chapter 9
119
Chapter 10
127
Chapter 11
143
About the Author
251
Back Cover
252
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Jason Pinter is the author of five novels with 1.5 million copies in print in many languages, most of which he cannot read. As a child, he was only slightly less qualified to be a spy than Zeke Bartholomew. You can find him living in New York City buried under a pile of books. This is his first juvenile fiction book.

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