Spies Inc. by John Keilman

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Our hero in Spies Inc. loves reading his own book, The Adventures of Dash Danger, which we read over his shoulder in this book.

He’s surprised when the class bully, Biff Vermin, sends him on a mission to steal a secret cupcake frosting recipe from The Lunch Lady. He agrees but he needs help — first, from his Dash Danger book and second, from the reader. You!

Hilarious and captivating from the start, Spies Inc. engages the pickiest readers by allowing them to follow fun writing prompts woven into the storyline.

About John Keilman

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John Keilman is an award-winning staff writer for the Chicago Tribune. He lives in Elmhurst, Illinois. Rick Tuma is an informational graphics artist and illustrator for the Chicago Tribune. He lives in Chicago. Stephen Ravenscraft is a former senior art director at the Chicago Tribune. He currently develops interactive, multimedia stories and websites for Loyola University Chicago. He lives in Lombard, Illinois.
Published June 1, 2010 by Storybuilders. 152 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Despite a jacket design and some illustrations that look suspiciously derivative of those that populate Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, the book’s black-and-white sketches possess all the cool, classic elements of an Inspector Gadget and Spy vs.

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