Secret Agent Handbook

by Scholastic (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Product description

Filled with quizzes, facts, lists and lots of fill-in fun, this Secret Agent Handbook gives everyone the chance to transform into a super secret agent.

Could you spot an enemy agent before they spot you? Do you know how to disguise yourself? Trail a suspect? Write in secret code?

This cool activity file is packed with:
  • codes
  • quizzes
  • disguise ideas
  • survival hints
  • real-life spy stories
- to keep you in the spying game long after your rival agents have hung up their false moustaches. And with lots of space to note down your adventures, this journal is lockable – just in case it falls into enemy hands!

Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Small parts.

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9781407189086

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

September 6th, 2018

Other details

  • 96 pages

Condition

New

UK edition

Reviews

  1. Agent111
    on 28 September 2018

    Great!

    Works really well! Super handy for spy gear and stuff. Checked out the website as well and printed the fake ID and then the certificate

    4out of 5

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  1. elephant7
    on 25 November 2020

    I think that this book is rubbish. It is a journal with bits and pieces of information about being a spy or secret agent. The best thing about this book is the end! I was excited about getting this book but when I read it, it was disapointing