A Spy In the White House

Written by Ron Roy
Illustrated by Timothy Bush

Reviewed by Elise R. (age 9)

There is a spy in the White House. Who is it and what do they want? KC's mom is getting married to the President and someone is trying to figure out all their secret plans. KC and Marshall are on the case. They have many suspects, and they need to find out which ones could be giving away their secret. Do they have to cancel the wedding or will the detectives save the day and solve the mystery?

I found KC interesting because she liked to solve mysteries, and I do too. KC was also interesting because she was solving a different kind of mystery. Most mysteries involve a thief who stole something, but this is about a spy who is listening to secrets. My favorite part of the book was when they solved the mystery because everybody was happy and the President and KC's mom were too. KC and Marshall remind me of when my friend and I solve mysteries.

A Spy in the White House is a good book for grades 2 through 4. If you like spies, this is the book for you. It is also funny and entertaining.

Elise R. is a student in Mrs. Mangini's 3rd Grade Class
2007-2008