November 24, 2014
In Disguise! Undercover with Real Women Spies
by Ryan Ann Hunter
Throughout history, women have worked as spies. They were good at it. Young women organized spy rings, carried secret messages, became double agents, and trained resistance fighters. Short two to four page biographies are interspersed with even shorter ones about individual spies, along with fun spycraft activities like how to make codes and invisible ink, hone covert observation skills, or create disguises.
For adventurous girls everywhere.