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Spy Tech—Digital Dangers

Series: The Secret World of Spies

By Susan K. Mitchell

You see an airplane streaking through the sky. Is it a normal airplane flying vacationers to Florida? Or could it be a spy plane piloted by a robot taking pictures of you? As technology has advanced, so have the ways spies use that technology. From spy planes to lasers to a robot catfish, spy technology is constantly changing to keep up with a fast-paced world.

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"This title will easily capture the reader’s interest . . . This format is sure to please even reluctant readers."

Southern Maine Library District, February 13, 2013

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

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2012

". . . readers are given a glimpse at the ways in which technology is both a useful tool and a dire threat to intelligence systems . . . will appeal to readers with any sort of interest in espionage and the men and women who work in that secretive field."

Children's Literature

". . . a very well written book that will relate well to many young readers . . . It would make an excellent selection for a basic books list for school libraries."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2011

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

Library Media Connection, January-February 2012

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