World War II Spy Stories

True Spy Stories
  • Interest Level: Grade 3 - Grade 6
  • Reading Level: Grade 4

Gives readers a thrilling, behind-the-scenes look into how World War II spies gathered information for the Allied and Axis powers. Learn about the tools that daring spies used during this conflict, and how spies such as Josephine Baker and Juan Pujol risked their lives to defeat Nazi Germany. Additional features include a Fast Facts spread, critical thinking questions, a phonetic glossary, resources for further study, and an index.

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Interest Level Grade 3 - Grade 6
Reading Level Grade 4
Genre Narrative, Nonfiction
Category Social Studies
Copyright 2021
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Imprint Momentum
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Publication Date 2021-01-01
BISACS JNF043000, JNF025130
Dewey 940.54
Graphics Full-color photographs, Historical photographs
Dimensions 6.5 x 9
Lexile 770
Guided Reading Level W
ATOS Reading Level 5.2
ATOS Interest Level MG
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 511540
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
Features Author/Illustrator biography, Detailed maps, Educational front/back matter, Glossary of key words, Index, Informative sidebars, Phonetics, Photo captions, Reviewed, Sources for further research, Suggested websites, and Table of contents
Online Resources

  • Fast Facts
  • Performer and Spy
  • Listening through Walls
  • Counting Ships
  • Master of Deception
  • Singing for Secrets
  • Think About It
  • Glossary
  • To Learn More
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Index
  • About the Author
Author: Emma Huddleston

Emma Huddleston lives in Minnesota with her husband. She enjoys writing children's books, but she likes reading novels even more. When she is not writing or reading, she likes to stay active by running, hiking, or swing dancing.

Reviews

A noteworthy review of True Spy Stories from Booklist on April 1, 2021

This entry in the True Spy Stories series (6 titles) begins with a bullet-pointed list of ‘fast facts,’ setting readers up with background information on WWII and spying that gives necessary context to the coming stories. From there, five chapters… View →