One Dead Spy Big Book

Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales One Dead Spy Bigger and Badder Edition

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Historical Revolution for KidsNathan Hales' Hazardous Tales One Dead Spy Bigger and Badder edition

  • What: One Dead Spy Bigger and Badder Edition
  • When: 8 years and up
  • Why: Educational, informative, entertaining
  • Where: Amazon

Want to bring history to life for kids? Maybe your child already loves the subject, and you want to encourage their learning. If you haven’t introduced them to Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales, here’s a big reason to get them started with this series today. You can get the first book of the series in a fun larger edition, One Dead Spy: Bigger and Badder.

One Dead Spy: Bigger and Badder Edition on Amazon

This big book comes with the same great graphics as the regular sized versions. But with larger pages and bonus material, kids will find more to love. The bigger size comes in a deluxe package featuring Nathan Hale the spy himself, one of three characters who narrate the series. Sixteen pages of bonus material let kids get a glimpse of the sketches involved in producing one of these historical graphic novels. It also offers mini-comics by the same author tucked inside the extra pages.

Bonus material from Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales One Dead Spy Bigger and Badder Edition
This larger format comes with 16 pages of bonus material.

My son had already read the regular book multiple times when he discovered this bigger edition. He immediately spent his own money on this giant version, and it continues to be one of his favorite reads. He’s gone back to it over and over again, and it never actually makes it back onto our bookshelf since he reads it so often.

If you want to introduce your child to history at its funniest, or continue their love of reading and true stories, this book comes packed with danger and excitement sure to thrill all ages.

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