Julian, Secret Agent by Ann CameronJulian, Secret Agent by Ann Cameron

Julian, Secret Agent

byAnn CameronIllustratorDiane Worfolk Allison

Paperback | October 12, 1988

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Bestselling classic The Stories Julian Tells is just the beginning! Get ready for more of Julian's wonderful family and imagination in the Julian's World chapter book series!  

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!

"The humor is effective and the action nonstop." —The Bulletin

"A quick and interesting read . . . the plot is well developed, and the characters are aptly drawn." —School Library Journal

Ann Cameron is the bestselling author of many popular children's books, including several Stepping Stones: The Stories Julian Tells; More Stories Julian Tells; Julian, Secret Agent; Julian's Glorious Summer; Julian, Dream Doctor; The Stories Huey Tells; More Stories Huey Tells; and Gloria Rising. She also wrote Colibrí, a Booklist Edit...
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Title:Julian, Secret AgentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 7.63 × 5.25 × 0.19 inPublished:October 12, 1988Publisher:Random House Children's Books

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0394819497

ISBN - 13:9780394819495

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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When Julian, his little brother Huey, and their friend Gloria decide to be "crime busters", they find themselves in one adventure after another

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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.