Agent A is on Assignment to find the spy not in alignment --Whose actions don't quite match his name. Want to join A in the game? It might look easy, but it's not. Here's one alphabetic lot: "Agent B correctly chooses Blue, and so the Bomb defuses.""Agent C is Crawling upthe window using suction Cups."All the way from A to Z, not one dud rhyme ...
Agent A is on Assignment to find the spy not in alignment --Whose actions don't quite match his name. Want to join A in the game? It might look easy, but it's not. Here's one alphabetic lot: "Agent B correctly chooses Blue, and so the Bomb defuses.""Agent C is Crawling upthe window using suction Cups."All the way from A to Z, not one dud rhyme will you see.And it's all drawn with style and flash by the amazing Agent Rash.Enjoy the mission! Best of luck. And now this page will self-destruct
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Publishers Weekly, 2004-01-26 With Austin Powers, Maxwell Smart and MAD magazine's Spy vs. Spy as his muses, Rash (The Robots Are Coming) sends Agent A on a mission through the alphabet to find a mole. "Every spy who is official/ uses words with his initial," the spymaster (who bears a striking resemblance to Edward G. Robinson) tells the hero. "But one spy is out of line./ I need to know his name by nine." Accordingly, Agent A tails Agent E, who "did not Expect/ what happened when he pressed Eject," and eventually enters the Bond-like lair (the 1960s styling includes a round bed) of comely Agent S, who "Subdues a Spy/ by letting her Stiletto fly." It's a cool concept, especially for children who believe they've outgrown ABC books but find espionage enthralling. Rash's deadpan digital cartoons slyly spoof the undercover world as a place where the sun seldom shines and agents always dress in black and sport the same steely demeanor. At the same time, Rash celebrates the aura of menace, the top-secret intrigue, the neat-o equipment (a Jet pack, a tranquilizing dart). There's good fun here for any aspiring spy who's looking for a reason to come in from the cold. Ages 4-8. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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