Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews

Spy Dog: Superbrain

by

Spy Dog: Superbrain Reviews | Toppsta

Book Rating: 5 based on 1
1 Review
Write a Review

She drives cars. She's a PlayStation champ. She's got a black belt in karate . . . She's AGENT GM451 (or LARA to you - Licensed Assault and Rescue Animal). A gang of villainous head teachers are plotting to make their school the very best. They're creating a secret formula, and the final ingredient is the brain of a child. They'll stop at nothing (even BANNING playtime) to get what they want. Can anyone stop their dastardly plot? Canine super spy Lara sniffs out her most dangerous mission yet - when adventure comes calling, what's a Spy Dog supposed to do? Readers aged 7+ will love this fast-paced adventure with its witty illustrations!

Spy Dog: Superbrain Reviews | Toppsta

9780141322445

Share on

Featured Book
Book pages Dog Diaries: Camping Chaos!
Dog Diaries: Camping Chaos!

Our reviewers love this funny, illustrated series told from a dog's perspective. Perfect for new readers aged 6+

View book
Featured Book
Book pages The Great Brain Robbery
The Great Brain Robbery

Perfect half-term reading! The second magical, mystery adventure in the fabulous Train to Impossible Places series by P.G. Bell

View book

Videos

If you would like to provide a video review please sign up to our video panel.

Series

This is Book 9 in the Spy Dog Series. See all Spy Dog books here.

Category

See More General fiction

Sign up to our newsletter for...

Free Book Giveaways, Recommendations & more

Show More (0)
ajax loader

REVIEWER'S AGE

     
Age 7 8
Featured Book
Book pages Dog Diaries: Camping Chaos!
Dog Diaries: Camping Chaos!

Our reviewers love this funny, illustrated series told from a dog's perspective. Perfect for new readers aged 6+

View book
Featured Book
Book pages The Great Brain Robbery
The Great Brain Robbery

Perfect half-term reading! The second magical, mystery adventure in the fabulous Train to Impossible Places series by P.G. Bell

View book

About Andrew Cope

Andrew Cope was born in Derby in 1966. He is a teacher, writer, a huge fan of Derby County football club and author of the Spy Dog and Spy Pups series. He really does have a dog called Lara who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA, but he's not sure if she is actually a highly trained secret agent. Andrew lives with his wife and two children.

More about Andrew Cope

Ratings

  • (1 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)
  • (0 Reviews)