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Book review: Spy kids adventures

Name of the book: Spy Kids Adventures
Summary of the book:
The book speaks of Carmen and Juni, who are assigned two baby-sitters from the OSS, when their parents go on to a spy mission to Brazil. A combination of fantasy and mystery, the book takes us to a world of adventure. The story begins when the two baby-sitters, not ordinary ones are looked after by Carmen and Juni. One has sprouted whiskers and big ears much like a cat and the other one has grown a set of tentacles like that of an Octopus, who in reality are spys.
Carmen fights with the spy cat and later go through a secret tunnel to reach their yard. They climb the tree house and put some gadgets in their bags. Soon they fly to OSS office where they meet the Director who is a human. They are trapped by him, who actually is a Pig. Later they have a fight with a monster. After that, they see two cute puppies who are their parents. Juni is entangled by the strong tentacles but escapes because of silicon gel. They go to the scientific room and cap the puppies’ head and their parents are back to normal.

At the end all is back to normal and the world is saved.
Book review by: M. Aiswarya Raj, Class VI A
Submitted on: 18.08.11


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