Spy School

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Hachette Children's Group, Mar 7, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
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Like many kids, Ben Ripley imagines life as a secret agent would be pretty amazing - so when he learns he's been recruited to the CIA's top secret Academy of Espionage, it sounds too good to be true. And it is. From the moment he arrives - and ends up in the middle of an enemy attack - Ben finds Spy School is going to be far more difficult, dastardly and dangerous than he expected. Even worse, he soon discovers that he hasn't been recruited to become a top agent; instead, he's been brought in as bait to catch a devious double agent. Now Ben needs a crash course in espionage so that he can catch the mole, prove his worth - and get the girl. It won't be easy, but it'll be a very fun - and very funny - ride.

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User Review  - krbarton - LibraryThing

This was a good book, I think it is aimed a lot more towards boys than girls. The plot was interesting and I liked the ending because I was shocked by who the mole was. I think this would be a good ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sheila1957 - LibraryThing

Ben gets a spot in Spy School. He is not sure why but he is in the thick of the action as someone tries to kidnap him and may be out to kill him. What can he do with his limited skills? This is laugh ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Stuart Gibbs is the screenwriter of several films including See Spot Run (with David Arquette), Repli-Kate and Parental Guidance, and has developed TV shows for Nickelodeon, Disney, ABC, and Fox. He is also the author of Belly Up and The Last Musketeer. Before all that, he studied capybaras (the world's largest rodents) and worked at the Philedelphia Zoo. He now lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children, Dashiell and Violet. Visit him at Stuartgibbs.com.

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