ISBN: 164611101X
EAN13: 9781646111015
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 7, 2020
Pages: 152
Dimensions: 0.41" H x 8.27" L x 5.83" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Spies, Code Breakers, and Secret Agents: A World War II Book for Kids

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Book Overview

Uncover the secret agents of World War 2--an exciting history book for kids 8 to 12

Discover World War 2's hidden heroes and villains. Spies, Code Breakers, and Secret Agents explores the intriguing world of spycraft and shows you what goes on behind the scenes in war.

From spy schools and ciphers to sneaky tools and secret armies, this guide takes you on a declassified tour of the undercover operations that helped decide the outcome of World War 2. There's also more than a dozen short spy-ographies that cover some of the most famous (and infamous ) agents that were active during the war.

This World War 2 book for kids includes:

  • Fun for aspiring historians―Dig into the causes of and what led up to World War 2 so you can better understand the important part spies played in it.
  • A family-friendly exploration―Learn about history in a fun and accessible way that anyone can enjoy.
  • Covert illustrations―Get an up-close look at actual spies, as well as some seriously amazing spy gear.

Amaze your friends and family with all kinds of awesome facts about spies and secret agents from World War 2.

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5
   Great for kids!
He also said that Bustamante was a "perfect book to snag for him." Turner completed the task in two days. Definitely enjoyed it.
 
4
   Great info, would love more pics
This book has a lot of interesting pictures and illustrations, but more images and illustrations would have been a nice compliment to the content, Mrs. Dhaliwal said.
 
5
   Students fighting over book
I've had this book for three days and my students are bugging each other to get in the classroom and read it.
 
5
   WWII Spies
It would be great to have well written and well-organized information for adults as well.
 
5
   An 11-year-old history buff loved it
Any book that can get an 11-year-old boy interested in reading it is a great book, Mr. Rule told the judge. This added to his knowledge of history and because they are short vignettes, he enjoyed reading them.
 
5
   Happy
Imagine, one said, what a used book would look like if you could look at it. The item was delivered within the scheduled delivery time. My son is very happy with it, said Gammerman. It's just that I try to purchase used when the option appears. Less waste when we reuse items instead of buying new. Thank you for making that an option, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
 
3
   left out the most important, and most decorated, spy in history
how can someone write a book about spies and not name the father of one, General William Joseph “Wild Bill” Donovan?
 
5
   My third grade class loves it!
The book was recommended to me by a third-grade teacher because I have some kids who struggle with reading and I can only get them interested in books about war. It's great to be back home, said Blair. Every one of my students is riveted when I read this book to them, and it's already helped them learn several new words, like democracy, fascism, and espionage, Mrs. Dhaliwal said. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone.
 
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