Thursday, September 3, 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Bridget Wilder: Spy-in-Training by Jonathan Bernstein



BLURB:

Middle school meets Mission Impossible in this hilarious tween series about a girl whose life is turned upside down when she discovers her father is a superspy. 

Up until Bridget’s birthday, the most exciting moment in her life was when Dale Tookey maybe, sort of smiled at her one time. But that was before—before she found a mysterious gift bag at her doorstep, before she was transported to a covert CIA agency called Section 23, and before she became Bridget Wilder: Spy-in-Training. Now Bridget’s busting boys out of detention, being chauffeured by a talking car, and infiltrating the popular girls’ clique to steal secret codes, all while under cover as a semi-awkward middle school girl. But will she be able to keep up with her new action-packed life while hiding it from her family and friends? And what if Section 23 is keeping secrets of its own?

It is no secret—Bridget Wilder: Spy-in-Training is the start of an explosive new series packed with gadgets, humor, and, best of all: girl power. 

REVIEW BY: Michaela, age 11 years, 3 months

MAY CONTAIN SPOILER:

Bridget is my favorite character and my favorite part is when she meets her dad close to the end of the book. This book is really good and I love Bridget's spy gadgets. 

It is funny and I laughed ALOT! I could not stop reading this book, I even woke up early this morning to keep reading it. That is how good this book is! 

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 10-12.

This book was published on September 1, 2015.