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Boy in Heels Reviews | Toppsta

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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?

Boy in Heels Reviews | Toppsta

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1st April '15
MicahW read it themselves aged 5 aged 5
Boy in Heels 9781848124172
5 stars
I weren't sure from the title whether I would like this, but I actually really enjoyed it. It is a fun, gripping story and Im sure all kids would love it. It got me thinking about what it would be like if I were a spy. I kept wanting to read it, to see if joe and SAMs mission would be completed, and the spy gadgets are cool.
6th April '15
Actionbro9 read it themselves aged 7 aged 7
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5 stars
Is about a little boy who is disguised as a girl as his parents are spies and don't want to be found.  This story is about that he  might be able to go back to being a boy again and he has some spie type adventures along the way.    I like it because its got lots of spy gadgets in, and you don't know whats going to happen next. I have read the first  two in this series and they are equally good.    I think this book would appeal to boys and girls who like an adventure and spy/detective type books. If you cant read that well or struggle with longer chapter books this book would be great being read to you as it keeps your attention. If you can read these longer books you will finish it quickly as its very good
29th March '15
Calvin read it themselves aged 9 aged 9
Boy in Heels 9781848124172
4 stars
The book is really weird (in a good way) because it is about a boy that has to dress as his mum and go on spy missions to protect her. His friend Sam is a girl and has to help the boy dressed as his mum do all the missions. They thought it would be boring but they could use awesome gadgets to help them on their way. The ending was really good. I liked the book and I think my friends should read it too.
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