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Spy Danger

(4 customer reviews)

£6.99

Spy Danger (The Baker Family Series – Book 1.

Pacing the dark, deserted rooms of Castle Arden, the scarred man checks his plan for the hundredth time.
The plan he has worked on for months.
The plan he is about to put into action!

The Baker children can’t believe their luck when they find out they are staying at a castle for the weekend.
But when they uncover a plot to steal forgotten treasures, Millie, Jamie, Zach and their dog Harvey know they have to act.
Are they smart enough to outwit the thieves?
Can they decode the clues in time?
Or has their spying put them in too much danger?

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Description

Spy Danger (The Baker Family Series – Book 2).

Pacing the dark, deserted rooms of Castle Arden, the scarred man checks his plan for the hundredth time.
The plan he has worked on for months.
The plan he is about to put into action!

The Baker children can’t believe their luck when they find out they are staying at a castle for the weekend.
But when they uncover a plot to steal forgotten treasures, Millie, Jamie, Zach and their dog Harvey know they have to act.
Are they smart enough to outwit the thieves?
Can they decode the clues in time?
Or has their spying put them in too much danger?

Additional information

Author

Justin Davis

Published

20th November 2018

Language

English

ISBN

9781912765010

Size

198mm x 129mm (h x w)

4 reviews for Spy Danger

  1. Sarahwintle1982

    An exciting children’s book. Great pace from the start with a fabulous ending.

  2. ellenross74

    My child has been waiting for the release of this book for a long time and wasn’t disappointed. An exciting second book in the series and one to read again and again.

  3. Grandad1950

    A fast -paced page turner, I enjoyed reading it as much as my grandchildren, who love hearing about Harvey the dog and his family.
    Humour, excitement and drama. What more could I want?
    More please Mr Davis!

  4. Jo – Tea and Cake for the Soul

    Spy Danger is written by Justin Davis, illustrated by Claire Adele and released by Blue Falcon Publishing.

    This is a comprehensive chapter book of almost 200 pages for competent readers of around 7 or 8 years. It would also make a good story time book for grown-ups to read to their children, but maybe not at bedtime if you’re trying to quieten their minds down.

    This is the second book in the series but it can be read as a standalone. The story tells the Baker family’s adventure when they stay in a castle for the weekend. There’s lots of mystery and puzzle solving as the children act as spies. This will have readers wanting to keep going to find out what happens next.

    I love the colourful illustrations on the front and back cover, and the pencil drawn sketches throughout the story inside. The nature of the illustrations – scary looking men, maps, castle doors and dungeons – enhance the story.

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