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Spies and Lies—Famous and Infamous Spies

Series: The Secret World of Spies

By Susan K. Mitchell

Did a family of four, including a six-year-old boy, spy on the U.S. military at Pearl Harbor during World War II? Is it possible that pigeons and mice could be used as spies? Some of the most famous and infamous spies in history are not what or whom you would expect. Author Susan K. Mitchell looks at many spies and their secrets from family spy rings to animal spies.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3713-7$25.27$18.95
Multi-User eBook978-0-7660-4704-4$25.27$18.95

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Reviews

". . . these titles provide abundant information for young intelligence gatherers."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2012

"Mitchell has done the secret world of espionage justice with these titles . . . Easy-to-read, informative titles."

School Library Journal, March 2012

"As Mitchell points out in this fascinating look at spies, the secretive world of espionage has affected events in many ways. This is a well written and engaging book that tells the often little known story of spies and the causes they served."

Children's Literature

"This series will entice even the most reluctant reader."

Library Media Connection, January-February 2012

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