Mysterious Case of Spying & Espionage

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    It's a mysterious case indeed. Don't be fooled by the compact size of this chunky little box. Inside is everything a burgeoning master of espionage needs to get the job done. A die-cut periscope, fake identity cards, spy glasses, a secret code wheel, a magnifying glass, and a fake passport are the tools of the trade. It all comes together with the help of a detailed, yet easy-to-follow, 48-page book that covers-- The history of espionage and simple techniques including surveillance and infiltration Spy skills like code creation, spy talk and blending into a crowd How to create cool tools like listening and surveillance devices and disguises Biographies of master spies like Mata Hari, Nathan Hale and The Cambridge Five Kids will enjoy discovering the long-held secrets of espionage and putting those skills to use to become master spies themselves!

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    Number of Pages: 48
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781438073675
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    Listed in: Interactive & activity books & packs, Hobbies, quizzes & games (Children's / Teenage)
    Publisher: Barron's Educational Series Inc.,U.S.

    Books by Gill Denton

    Paperback

    RRP: £10.99

    Total: £9.05

    Save: £1.94 per copy!

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