Luciana takes on Spy Toys by Mark Powers that is illustrated by Tim Wesson and proclaims it a winner. She was intrigued by the cover and loved the fact that the toys had special powers to stop criminals. Dan the bear joins up with Arabella and Flax to form a top-secret spy toys team to stop an evil villain that is trying to kidnap the senator’s son.
Toy Story meets James Bond in this incredibly action-packed new series. Spy Toys are going to take the world by storm!
The world’s leading toy manufacturer makes playthings for the rich and famous, and every toy they create contains a tiny computerised brain and a unique personality. These toys are seriously awesome! But every so often there’s a faulty toy …
Dan is a Snugaliffic Cuddlestar bear – he should be perfect for hugging. But because of a faulty chip, Dan is so strong he could crush a car! Thrown on to the rejects pile, he meets Arabella, a Loadsasmiles Sunshine Doll, who has a very short temper and is absolutely NOT good with children. Soon Dan, Arabella and Flax (a custom-made police robot rabbit gone AWOL) are recruited by the mysterious Auntie Roz, and together they make up THE SPY TOYS.
Their first mission: to protect the prime minister’s son from being kidnapped …!
Featuring hilarious, action-packed illustrations by Tim Wesson throughout, this series is perfect for fans of Pam Butchart and David Solomons’ My Brother is a Superhero.
Dan is so strong. Arabella is mean. Flax is a bunny police. Perfect for a spy club. An elephant is going to kidnap Sam and they have to stop him. Dan says he is so strong he can crush cars. Spy Toys is a very good book. It is a chapter book and good for kids. You’ll be surprised by what the toys do.