James Bond never had to dress up as a girl . . .
Spies-in-training Joe and Sam have one last mission to complete before Joe's family is moved on and Joe can finally ditch the dresses and stop pretending to be 'Josie'. They have to handle a series of top-secret collections using their growing stealth skills - not to mention the latest gadgets from HQ - it's perfect! At least, it is until Joe's spy mum is put in danger and needs an urgent body double . . . Joe's disguise is about to become a lot taller!
Can he walk in high heels well enough - and learn what it means to not only be a spy, but also a parent - to fool the enemies and save his family from discovery?
This is Book 2 in the Spies in Disguise Series. See all Spies in Disguise books here.
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Kate Scott was born in London. She writes children's books, children's television programs, radio plays, and poetry. She has lived in many different places and had many different jobs, but now she makes up stories--the best job in the world--and lives in Dorset, England, with her husband and two children.More about Kate Scott
Clare Elsom is a freelance illustrator. She has illustrated the picture book The Last Chocolate Chip Cookie by Jamie Rix and is the illustrator of the exciting cycling series Flying Fergus written by Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy (with some help from Joanna Nadin) and the Maisie Mae series for Little Brown Books (written by Poppy Harper).More about Clare Elsom