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Bridget Wilder: Spy-in-Training (Bridget Wilder Series)

por Jonathan Bernstein

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"An adopted middle child receives an unexpected package on an otherwise unremarkable birthday inviting her to join a super-secret division of the CIA"--
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I'm starting to see a pattern in children's spy books. An unpopular kid is tapped to be a secret agent for reasons that don't make sense. There's usually sarcastic humor, which by the way, is a big selling point with kids today. And lastly, there's a lot of twists and turns and great attempts to elude the reader. Bingo. Bridget Wilder fits the pattern.

Bridget is adopted. She's the middle child. She's easily forgettable. The book opens with everyone forgetting her 13th birthday. She does, however, receive a mysterious package containing odd things like a phone that doesn't work, Tictacs, and a tube of lip balm. Turns out the phone works and the other items are spy gadgets. Her spy contact informs her that the package is from her famous spy dad and he wants her to join their spy network. After she passes the test mission, she's given a real mission to steal some files from a classmate's stepdad. To do so, she'll have to infiltrate the cool girl group and deal with all the backstabbing she's been missing out on by being unpopular.

Kids who like humor, mystery, and criminal activity will easily like this book. ( )
  valorrmac | Sep 21, 2018 |
Bridget Wilder is the often-overlooked middle child in her family and the invisible girl at her middle school. She has one friend who isn't a very nice person. She is the butt of the joke for Brandon Chew for continually calls her Midget. She is adopted. She is an observer, but not a participant, in her own life. Things come to a head on her thirteenth birthday when no one remembers.

After a disappointing day at school, she finds a shopping bag on her doorstep. She is sure that someone has remembered her birthday but she doesn't know who. The bag contains a new iPhone, a gift card to Image Unlimited, a yellow tube of smoky pear-flavored lip balm with a stuck top, green tic tacs (her unfavorite candy), dorky glasses which aren't her prescription, and a set of keys. She doesn't find out who sends her the bag.

When she drops in at Image Unlimited her life changes. She is given a black and gold track suit and sneakers that give her super powers. All of a sudden she is strong, athletic and fast. The iPhone rings and she meets Spool who recruits her to the secret Section 23 of the CIA. She learns that her birth father is a Carter Strike, a famous spy. And she is given a mission: track down the would-be double agent at her school.

This story is wish fulfillment at its best. What lonely, unnoticed middle school kid wouldn't like to find out that she is the daughter of a famous secret agent? What middle school kid wouldn't want to do daring deeds and attract the notice of the boy, Dale Tookey, who is her current crush?

The story had lots of action and a really engaging main character. Middle graders will enjoy this beginning to a new series. ( )
  kmartin802 | Jul 11, 2015 |
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