Starring Jules #3: Starring Jules (Super-Secret Spy Girl) by Beth AinStarring Jules #3: Starring Jules (Super-Secret Spy Girl) by Beth Ain

Starring Jules #3: Starring Jules (Super-Secret Spy Girl)

byBeth Ain

Paperback | February 24, 2015

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Lights! Camera! Action! The hilarious chapter book series from a fabulous new talent continues!

School is out, and Jules is hitting the road! She's off to Montreal where she'll film her first ever movie, The Spy in the Attic. But that means no friends around on her birthday and no birthday party. And with only a hockey player and diva starlet as cast mates in a town where no one speaks her language, Jules is feeling awfully lonely. Good thing her best friend Elinor is sending super-secret spy missions to keep Jules busy. With a little stealth and a whole lot of gumption, she just might be able to turn her bummer summer into a blockbuster.

A Pennsylvania girl at heart, BETH AIN fell in love with life in New York City, and she loves trying to capture the essence of family life there. Thankfully, she now has the benefits of both city and small town life, having settled in Port Washington, NY, where she lives very happily with her husband and their two kids.
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Title:Starring Jules #3: Starring Jules (Super-Secret Spy Girl)Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 7.55 × 5.25 × 0.41 inPublished:February 24, 2015Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545443571

ISBN - 13:9780545443579

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Praise for Starring Jules (As Herself)

* "Ain gives Jules a truly funny narrative voice; her personality, misunderstandings, and tendency tooverthink things are the driving force behind the story." -Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Debut author Ain introduces a new chapter-book darling with pizzazz and quite a stage presence." -Kirkus