It’s time for your kids to discover Ben Ripley, a for that here you will find The Spy School series in order. A hilarious story that children love that tells the story of a kid that wants to become a C.I.A agent, and funnily, he will… well, somehow.
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Spy School series in order by Stuart Gibbs
Each of the books in the series narrates a standalone story, so there’s actually no need to read them in a specific order. However, it would be highly advisable that you read started with the first volume, so you get to know Ben Ripley and his dream of becoming a CIA Agent. Here you have the Spy School books in order of publication, you can get any of them just by clicking on their cover, or you can also read the reviews from people that have already enjoyed these books by clicking on the blue button.
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What is this series about?
This series tells the story of Ben Ripley, a mid-schooler who has already decided what to be when he’s a grown-up: a CIA Agent. But why wait until he gets older? dreams can become true at an early age, and this happens when Ben gets recruited (by mistake, but not that he cares) to join the junior C.I.A. academy.
A great combination of espionage and hilarious scenarios that will surely make your children have a good laugh. This is a must-read if you enjoy the Artemis Fowl series, since it has a similar tone.
A list with the Spy School book series in order
These books are published by Simon + Schuster Inc, and each of the volumes is around 290 pages long. Here you have a list with the Spy School series in order by Stuart Gibbs:
Spy School book order
- Simon + Schuster Inc
- Spy School
- Spy Camp
- Evil Spy School
- Spy Ski School
- Spy School Secret Service
- Spy School Goes South
- Spy School British Invasion
- Spy School Revolution
- Spy School at Sea
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The recommended reading age for the Spy School books is from 8 to 12 years old, but older teenagers will also have a great time reading this series.
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