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You Wouldn't Want to Be a Secret Agent During World War II! : A Perilous Mission Behind Enemy Lines
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Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8 
READABILITY
4.3 
PAGES
32 p.  
$8.46
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Paperback
ISBN 9780531137833
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The book uses an imaginative and fun fiction to convey facts about World War II and the risks and rewards of spying and engaging in sabotage against the enemy.
Publisher Summary
This book examines what it was like to be a British secret agent working behind enemy lines in France during World War II.


This interactive series will enthrall young and reluctant readers (Ages 8-12) by making them part of the story, inviting them to become the main character. Each book uses humorous illustrations to depict the sometimes dark and horrific side of life during important eras in history.

This book examines what it was like to be a British secret agent working behind enemy lines in France during World War II, describing the training, equipment, and techniques used by spies and the danger they faced during their missions.
 
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