Title: The Spy’s Guide to Hiding PlacesThe Spy's Guide to Hiding Places
Author: Jim Wiese
Illustrator: Daniel Aycock
Pages: 48
Reading Level: 8-12
Star Rating: ★★★★

In The Spy’s Guide to Hiding Places from the Spy University series, we the readers are invited to spy along as Jim Wiese explains the fine art of hiding secret information in locations that are easily accessible, but also properly camouflaged. We are given tips how to inexpensively recreate these caches and test them with friends.

Sprinkled throughout the book are stories in which hiding places similar to the ones we are studying were used by professional spies.

The only drawback to this book occurred because I bought a used copy – it originally came in a pack with several props which are referenced in the text, but which were not included when I purchased the book second hand.

There are a few references to playing video games and watching TV.

Conclusion. A fun book – I’m looking forward to reading more from the same series!

Review © 2014 Laura Verret

 

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