Monday, July 3, 2017

Book Review: Mrs. Smith's Spy School for Girls by Beth McMullen

Mrs. Smith's Spy School for Girls
Title: Mrs. Smith's Spy School for Girls

Author: Beth McMullen

Stars: 4 out of 5

Review:
Finding books for my 8 year old daughter is almost impossible. Summer start May 31st as of  July 4th she has finished 5 books. Little House In the Big Woods, Dork Diaries, Nancy Drew and so much more.
As soon as I find books I think she might like I grab them right away.

8 Year Old Review
Mom listen this book is like the one my brother has about the boys spies school ( Stuart Gibbs's Spy School) So the popular girl at the boarding school goes missing and Abby decides to find out why only to discover wait for it mom! Its a spy school. It was awesome I loved the book so much and I want to read more. Please. Please!
Beth McMullen please write another book and quickly my daughter can't wait.
My review
I enjoyed reading this book and found it really fun for kids 8-11 year of age.   The kids get into trouble, the parents are parents not some funny side kick or stupid parent.  The kids also have to figure out a way to solve the case.  
The story keep a good pace for kids and parents will enjoy reading this story out loud to their kids.
The story is a traditional spy story but for kids who need a little more adult theme with about adult writing.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advance Copy.

Side Note I have read her adult Spy series and it is just as much fun as the ones for the kids.

Synopsis:
After a botched escape plan from her boarding school, Abigail is stunned to discover the school is actually a cover for an elite spy ring called The Center, along with being training grounds for future spies. Even more shocking? Abigail’s mother is a top agent for The Center and she has gone MIA, with valuable information that many people would like to have—at any cost. Along with a former nemesis and charming boy from her grade, Abigail goes through a crash course in Spy Training 101, often with hilarious—and sometimes painful—results. But Abigail realizes she might be a better spy-in-training than she thought—and the answers to her mother’s whereabouts are a lot closer than she thinks

Hardcover256 pages
Expected publication: July 4th 2017

About The Author:
Beth McMullen
Beth McMullen lives with her family and an assortment of pets in Davis, CA. She writes for adults and kids. Look for Mrs. Smith's Spy School for Girls from Aladdin/S&S in July 4, 2017.

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