Eliza Boom—assistant inventor, junior spy, and full-on fantastic—investigates a case of puppy love in this second book of a chapter book series packed with jokes, doodles, and dear-diary secrets!When Einstein, Eliza’s faithful (and furry) lab assistant and best friend (and dog), falls in love with the next door neighbor’s dog, Eliza only wants to help smooth the path to haEliza Boom—assistant inventor, junior spy, and full-on fantastic—investigates a case of puppy love in this second book of a chapter book series packed with jokes, doodles, and dear-diary secrets!When Einstein, Eliza’s faithful (and furry) lab assistant and best friend (and dog), falls in love with the next door neighbor’s dog, Eliza only wants to help smooth the path to happiness for the canine pair. Unfortunately, the new neighbor, Mrs. McNice, seems to have other ideas. In fact, Eliza is convinced that Mrs. McNice isn’t as nice as she seems. But no one will believe her.Can Eliza invent the perfect gadget to help her reveal the truth? Or is Einstein’s budding romance doomed to failed puppy love?...
|Title||:||My Super-Spy Diary|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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My Super-Spy Diary Reviews
I'm kind of disappointed that nothing blew up in this book.Eliza Boom is an inventor who doesn't always have the best of luck with her inventions. Thankfully she's clever and doesn't give up - so that when a new neighbor moves in that's acting weird, Eliza has all kinds of clever gadgets she can use to figure out what's actually going on.Fun to read, I like Eliza, but I really do wish I'd see her interacting more with other kids her age. She spends a lot of time alone with her dog, which gives her plenty of time to figure out new inventions. On the other hand, it's always nice to see a girl so interested in science, and there's plenty of action and adventure to keep things rolling along, making this an impossible book to put down. I wish this kind of story had been around when I was a kid. :)
Adorable chapter book/graphic novel about a plucky, dairy-allergic inventor who jots down her big plans in her diary, Edison. Her lofty plans play never quite play out as she envisions, making this book both hilarious at times and relatable for kids. A few laugh-out-loud moments, including a funny illustration of the invention that will help her swim, and a spy notepad with realistic (read: boring) observations.I love to see books at this reading level highlighting girls who are interested in STEM subjects. Also, the book does not make a big deal out of the fact Eliza lives with her dad and stepmom, Alice, which I think is helpful for the much-needed normalization of varied family structures. And finally, I loved the ending. In an attempt to avoid spoilers, I’ll simply say that it was not the pat, predictable ending often seen in books for this age group.
My girls loved this book. They wanted to read it all at once (which is a lot for a four and six year old). Definitely a cute book about a girl who uses her brains to save the day.
This was a super cute read. The added illustrations and layout of the words keeps it from being overwhelming. Highly recommend for any spy loving children or reluctant "chapter book" readers. (:
This was such a fun book. :)