1. Secret Agent DEREK ‘DANGER’ DALE: The Case of Animals Behaving Really REALLY Badly.
It’s the biggest case Secret agents R Definitely NOT Us has ever seen. Wild animals are turning to a life of crime and it’s all the work of evil Doctor Evil MacEvilness. Can Secret Agent Derek ‘Danger’ Dale outwit a criminal mastermind, escape the clutches of the four most deadly creatures on the planet and save the world’s biggest diamond?
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TRAILER by JOE BAUER!
The first of a series: it was such a shame when the shenanigans came to a halt. Anyone who loves a bit of slapstick comedy will love Secret Agent ‘Derek’ Danger Dale. (Magpies – Jo Burnell)
2. Secret Agent DEREK ‘DANGER’ DALE : The Case of the Really REALLY Scary Things.
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Michael Gerard Bauer’s The Case of the Really, REALLY Scary Things is a spy adventure that is bursting with hilariously dangerous situations for Secret Agent Derek “Danger” Dale to overcome in the never ending struggle against Doctor Evil Mac Evilness. With Joe Bauer’s bold film strip style illustrations, injecting a sense of live action into each page, The Case of the Really, REALLY Scary Things is a fun packed roller-coaster ride from go to whoa. (Creative Kids Tales)
3. Secret Agent DEREK ‘DANGER’ DALE: The Case of the Really, REALLY, Magnetic Magnet!
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Joe Bauer’s graphic illustrations compliment and build on the clever word play and tongue-in-cheek humour in this well paced novel for children 8+. The book’s visual format and humour may also appeal to reluctant readers. Highly recommended. (CBCA Reading Time)
Brazil – Editora Fundamento – Coming soon!
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