Have you ever wanted to learn what it takes to become a spy? Spend some time and check out the this section visiting interesting websites and taking time to read a story or two about spies and masterminds.
CIA for Kids
The Nation's most well-known spy agency. On the kid section of the website they have games, fun facts, and information about what CIA does.
The FBI Kids page is for kids from grades Kindergarten to 12th grade. There are challenges, missions, and flash games split on the website for kids up to 5th and kids for up to 12th grade.
This kid spy website is for kids over the age of 10 or 11 years old. They have stimulating games, activities, and challenges.
This website is the official website of I SPY books published under Scholastic. The website has online games , puzzles and board games for kids and further information for parents and teachers to incorporate ISPY in lessons and activities.
The Spymuseum in Washington DC
Are you interested in what it takes to become a spy? If you and your parents are making a trip to Washington DC be sure to stop by and visit the Spy Museum to learn the skills you need to become a good spy.
• Type in the simple search box, “spy games” and click go
• Results will come up and you have a choice of selecting the types of results you want (for an example, pictures, magazines, newspapers, etc.)
I Spy School
by Jean Marzollo
Rhyming text leads the reader to find objects hidden in the photographs.
I Spy Under the Sea
by Edward Gibbs
There are many colorful creatures to find under the sea. Look through the spy hole and use the clues to guess the creature, then turn the page to count the animals"-- Provided by publisher. t leads the reader to find objects hidden in the photographs.
Dead Spy Guy
by David Lubar
J FIC LUBAR
When fifth-grader Nathan Abercrombie, a half-dead zombie whose body cannot heal itself, is approached by messengers from the Bureau of Useful Misadventures (B.U.M.) and offered the chance for a cure if he will become a spy, he does not realize that B.U.M. is not exactly trustworthy
The Second Spy
by Jacqueline West ; illustrated by Poly Bernatene
J FIC WEST
After plummeting through a hole in her backyard and finding herself once again in the room of mysterious jars, eleven-year-old Olive unwittingly releases two of Elsewhere's biggest, most cunning, most dangerous forces.
Spies and Lies: Famous and Infamous Spies
by Susan K. Mitchell
J 327.1209 M
Explores famous and infamous spies in history, including examples of female spies, child spies, family spy rings, and animal spies.
Harriet Tubman, Secret Agent: How daring slaves and free Blacks spied for the Union during the Civil War
by Thomas B. Allen ; featuring illustrations by Carla Bauer
J 973.71 A
Tells the story of Harriet Tubman and other slaves and free African-Americans who risked death to gather information about the Confederacy for the Union during the Civil War.
Top Secret: a handbook of codes, ciphers, and secret writing
by Paul B. Janeczko ; illustrated by Jenna LaReau
J 652.8 J
Presents a guide to codemaking, codebreaking, and their role in history, describing different types of codes and ciphers, discussing codebreaking and concealment techniques, and including brief stories about exciting moments in the history of the art.
Jacob Two-Two's first spy case
by Mordecai Richler ; illustrated by Dušan Petričić.
J FIC RICHLER
Eight-year-old Jacob Two-Two enlists the aid of his new neighbor, master spy X. Barnaby Dinglebat, when I. M. Greedyguts, the new headmaster at his school, makes the lives of the students miserable.
Liar & Spy
by Rebecca Stead
J FIC STEAD
Seventh-grader Georges adjusts to moving from a house to an apartment, his father's efforts to start a new business, his mother's extra shifts as a nurse, being picked on at school, and Safer, a boy who wants his help spying on another resident of their building.
I Spy Fly Guy
by Ted Arnold
While playing hide-and-seek with Buzz, Fly Guy is taken away by a garbage man.