The Secret Agent Dingledorf Series by Bill Myers

May 16, 2011 - 9:48 am No Comments

We recently discovered this series at the library. Last month I had said that I was going to be reviewing books that would be appropriate for young boys who are ready to move onto chapter books since that is the biggest question I get at MommaReads. Of course, these books are appropriate for girls to read, too, I just don’t get asked about books for girls that often, or ever, really. The Secret Agent Dingledorf Series is appropriate for kids at this level because the chapters are short, there are a few pictures sprinkled in here and there and I love this series because each book has a lesson to be learned or a moral. For example, in The Case of the Chewable Worms, the moral of the story is that we should help others whenever possible. These books are also a big draw for kids because the kids in this series are spies and you are going to be hard pressed to find a young boy do doesn’t think being a spy is just a little bit cool.

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