Escuela de espías (Spy School) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
Now available in Spanish!
¿Podrá un inexperto agente encubierto convertirse en un súper espía? Ben Ripley tiene la esperanza de que así sea...¡y su vida podría depender de ello!
Ben Ripley, edad: doce años
Sobrevivir la “escuela de ciencias” que es en realidad una fachada para un centro de entrenamiento de jóvenes agentes de la CIA. E intentar quedarte con la chica.
1. Encontrar al sospechoso doble agente que se ha infiltrado en la escuela.
2. Hacer lo posible por no morir.
3. Demostrar a todos que tienes la capacidad de ser un espía, sacarlos del apuro y no lucir como un nerdo en el intento.
DESTRUYE ESTA NOTA UNA VEZ QUE LA HAYAS MEMORIZADO.
About the Author
Stuart Gibbs is the New York Times bestselling author of the Charlie Thorne series, FunJungle series, Moon Base Alpha series, and Spy School series. He has written screenplays, worked on a whole bunch of animated films, developed TV shows, been a newspaper columnist, and researched capybaras (the world’s largest rodents). Stuart lives with his family in Los Angeles. You can learn more about what he’s up to at StuartGibbs.com.
Alexis Romay is the author of two novels and two books of poetry. His essays and opinion pieces have been published by NBC News, World Literature Today, Museum of Modern Art, El Nuevo Herald, Latino Rebels, Hypermedia Magazine, Replicante, Letras Libres, and other outlets. He has written lyrics for Paquito D’Rivera and translated over forty picture books, as well as novels by Ana Veciana-Suarez, Margarita Engle, Miguel Correa Mujica, Meg Medina, Stuart Gibbs, and Adrianna Cuevas. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, son, dog, and a few books, and writes about Cuba, literature, and other chronic pains.
"Twists and turns in the plot keep readers guessing until the very end. The story, over-the-top funny, combines Alex Rider’s espionage skills with a huge dose of the sarcasm of Artemis Fowl."
— School Library Journal
"This romp is a great choice for reluctant readers of either gender."
"Spy School will keep young readers engrossed from cover to cover."
"Many, many kids enter middle school wishing they had a license to kill, but until the CIA comes knocking, this exercise in wishful thinking should keep them mightily entertained."
— The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"A race-to-the-finish thriller."
— Shelf Awareness