The Sound of Danger (Mac B., Kid Spy #5)
Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338594263 Hardcover
176 Pages | 5.777" x 8.543" | Ages 7 to 10
Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338676006 Ebook
160 Pages | Ages 7 to 10
Mac B. is on a secret mission to retrieve a stolen, priceless piece of history in this totally true kid spy adventure from New York Times bestselling author, Mac Barnett!England is in trouble! A priceless violin has been stolen, and there's only one person who can help: Mac B., kid spy. Mac's adventure takes him on a top-secret museum night watch, zip-lining in Italy with his trusty corgi sidekick, and on an undercover mission in the heart of enemy territory. But when he ends up as a captured prisoner, is the mission lost for good? Catch the latest hilarious adventure in the New York Times bestselling Mac B., Kid Spy books! Mike Lowery's signature illustrations appear on every page and historical facts are woven throughout, along with intrigue, history, hilarity and more. Discover this TOTALLY TRUE, wholly original, and side-splittingly funny kid spy action-packed adventure, from the wildly talented author Mac Barnett.
Raves & reviews:
Praise for Top Secret Smackdown (Mac B., Kid Spy #3):"Exciting action sneakily infused with points about the relationship between reality and story, delivered by a narrator who can claim with literal truth that he saved the day "on porpoise." — Kirkus Reviews"Mac, kid spy international, is back! On special assignment from the Queen of England herself, Mac drops everything back in the United States to assist in a missing raven caper in which the Russians may be involved. This short chapter book, with a familiar graphic style from previous volumes, does not disappoint. Mac travels all the way to Iceland to track down spies and the Queen's beloved corgis somehow get entangled in the adventures as well. Silly high jinks ensue as Mac saves the day in this third installment. VERDICT Highly recommended for fans of the series, this title features more of the wacky humor they have come to expect." — School Library Journal