What a fun book for young readers and historians!
I imagined my brother and I having a book like this when we were young. We would've treasured it! There was something about secret codes, intellegence agencies, and clandestine missions that intrigued us as kids. Mission Impossible was a television series we loved to watch and study. We even acted out our own episodes using our reel-to-reel tape-recorder that would "self-destruct in 10...9...8..."
Spies, Code Breakers, and Secret Agents centers on what went on behind the scenes of WWII. The chapters are presented in a fun way, with interesting diagrams, maps, photos that appear as if they're paper clipped or stapled to the page, and even messages with blacked out words as if it's been censored.
There are so many interesting facts and explanations packed in this book. It's designed for kids...but aren't we all still kids at heart? Loved it.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher.