The Big Book of Spy Stuff by Bart King

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From chaos to counter-intelligence, and secret messages to gadgets, The Big Book of Spy Stuff opens top-secret files on sabotage and espionage with humor and amazement. 
With King's entertaining book as a guide, you can pull the cloak of mystery away from history's sneakiest sneaks ... and can work on your own spy activities!But before you're granted a security clearance, take a good look around. Somebody might be watching you right now!

About Bart King

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Bart King is the author of The Big Book of Boy Stuff, The Big Book of Girl Stuff and The Pocket Guide to Mischief. A longtime middle school teacher, Bart lives in Portland, Oregon, where he invents new sock designs and plays in a kazoo jazz quartet.
Published March 1, 2011 by Gibbs Smith. 306 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, War, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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This lightly illustrated, tongue-in-cheek guide to espionage (part of the Big Book series) explores a broad swathe of spy-related topics%E2%80%94everything from eavesdropping and code breaking to cybe

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ABC Perth

leteisha rates it 5 out of 5 -- I think this book is much more exiting than the others because it has more dramas and Dudley finally gets freaked out phuong nguyen rates it 5 out of 5 -- This book has been definitely worth the wait it, seems to be leaning towards teenage situations ...

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