(book 3 of the Spy Mice series)
When Oz Levinson’s dad gets a job at the Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., Oz is hoping for a fresh start. But no matter where he lives or what school he goes to, it seems like it’s always the same. Sharks—bullies—versus everyone else. What would Oz’s hero, James Bond, do? Make mincemeat out of the sharks, no doubt. Alas, Oz is no 007—more like double-o-lard instead.
Then Oz meets Morning Glory Goldenleaf, a mouse who’s also a skateboarding superspy, and finds himself swept into an exciting world of espionage he never dreamed existed beneath the museum’s floorboards and in the subway tunnels of the nation’s capitol. A world every bit as exciting as a spy film. But Glory’s struggle against the evil rat Roquefort Dupont is no make-believe movie. It’s real life: mice vs. rats, kids vs. bullies, good vs. evil. And all the power lies in one paw.
Applause for the Book
2009/2010 Massachusetts Children’s Book Award Finalist
“Think Stuart Little meets 007.” (The Christian Science Monitor)
“ … James Bond meets The Borrowers—007 eat your heart out.” (Junior Magazine UK)
“Another 24 carat winner.” (Rhyl & Prestatyn Journal UK)
“Delicious … a delight …” (Kirkus Reviews)
Heather Vogel Frederick
Simon & Schuster, 2013