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eBook The Story of Spying (Usborne Young Reading: Series Three) epub

by Rob Lloyd Jones,Karen Tomlins

eBook The Story of Spying (Usborne Young Reading: Series Three) epub
  • ISBN: 079451720X
  • Author: Rob Lloyd Jones,Karen Tomlins
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Usborne Pub Ltd (October 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 62 pages
  • ePUB size: 1474 kb
  • FB2 size 1961 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi txt lrf


by Rob Lloyd Jones (Author), Karen Tomlins (Contributor).

by Rob Lloyd Jones (Author), Karen Tomlins (Contributor).

This is a new title in the Usborne Young Reading Programme Series Three, which is aimed at children whose reading ability and .

This is a new title in the Usborne Young Reading Programme Series Three, which is aimed at children whose reading ability and confidence allows them to tackle longer and more complex stories. The book tells the story of spying, from Alexander the Great s secret scouts to more recent Cold War espionage techniques. It contains fascinating details of real life plots uncovered by spies, famous spies such as Violette Szabo, amazing inventions used in the world of spying, and the important roles which spies have played through the ages. Rob Lloyd Jones is the author of more than thirty books, primarily historical nonfiction and adaptations of classic literature.

Young Reading Series 3 titles are for fully confident readers who still need to gain the stamina for standard length books. They use advanced sentence structure and vocabulary, and have more complex plots. Bestseller! The Usborne Reading Collection for confident readers.

The story of spying It's a great book I am 7 and I love this book so much

The story of spying It's a great book I am 7 and I love this book so much. I would say people like me who think spying is amazing should read this book. It tells you some fascinating facts about SOE spyies they are very posh people I learnt. Its got 6 amazing chapters Alexander the Great created a network of secret agents. Usborne Reading Programme Find out more about the Usborne Reading Programme, download a chart of the seven levels and watch an interview with reading consultant Alison Kelly.

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What's in the Box? 1 x Usborne Young Reading Series 3 The Story of Spying. This is a brand new addition to "Usborne Young Reading Series 2", which is aimed at children whose . .The Story of the Crusaders (Young Reading (Series 3)) (.

The Story of Spying book. Published January 29th 2008 by Usborne Books (first published June 1st 2007).

Usborne Young Reading Series One titles are for children who have just started reading on their own. They are 48 pages long and typically contain several short stories or one longer story divided into chapters. They use fairly short, simple sentences and everyday vocabulary. Rob Lloyd Jones 2016. Для детей, Познавательная и справочная литература, История. On November 4th 1606, a traitor was caught beneath the Houses of Parliament with a plot to kill the king.

Part of the Usborne Young Reading Programme, this book tells the story of spying, from Alexander the Great's secret scouts to Cold War espionage techniques

Part of the Usborne Young Reading Programme, this book tells the story of spying, from Alexander the Great's secret scouts to Cold War espionage techniques. It contains details of real life plots uncovered by spies, such as Violette Szabo, amazing inventions used in the world of spying, and the roles which spies have played through the ages.

Rob Lloyd Jones, Karen Tomlins (Designer).

Introduces the history of espionage and discusses World War I spies who were caught and executed, agents who worked with the Resistance in occupied France, the breaking of the Enigma code, espionage during the Cold War, and spy technology. Rob Lloyd Jones, Karen Tomlins (Designer).

Introduces the history of espionage and discusses World War I spies who were caught and executed, agents who worked with the Resistance in occupied France, the breaking of the Enigma code, espionage during the Cold War, and spy technology.
Comments: (3)
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My 7 year-old read this book as soon as we opened the box (he had never sat down and read an entire book in one sitting before). Since then he has re-read it 2 or 3 times & we have only owned it 3 weeks. He said the reason he likes it is "Alexander The Great, the Spy Kings, and the spies in the Army are REALLY cool."
Brightfury
The book has scribbling in it. Not as described.
Fast Lovebird
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