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Julian, Secret Agent

Written by Ann CameronAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Ann Cameron


· Random House Books for Young Readers
· Trade Paperback · Ages 6-9 years
· October 12, 1988 · $4.99 · 978-0-394-81949-5 (0-394-81949-7)

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Secret agents Julian, Huey, and Gloria are already heroes. They have rescued a dog and saved a toddler from drowning. But what they really want is to nab a real-live bank robber. Just when it looks like they might catch the crook, the police chief steps in. The supersleuths find that they're the ones who are in trouble—with a capital T!

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"Julian, his younger brother, and their friend Gloria read the wanted posters in the post office and decide to search their town for criminals. The plot is well-developed, and the characters are aptly drawn. A quick and interesting read--and one that will surely draw in less-able readers."--School Library Journal.

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