Agent Q, or the Smell of Danger! (Pals in Peril, Book 4) by M. T. Anderson

By M. T. Anderson

It's time for Lily, Katie, and Jasper to move domestic from their fascinating Delaware experience, however the lousy Autarch's spies and goons are far and wide, and it's transparent that *they* produce other plans for our 3 intrepid heroes. Chock choked with ups, downs, twists, turns, or even a band of sentient lobsters scuffling with at the facet of fine, this fourth installment of the acquaintances in danger sequence is every piece as wild, wacky, and beautifully outrageous because the first 3.

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But, false or true, the they rounded the corner. man Svenson old to against the house, Even his doo- at the girls girls It breathed more freely was too cold and drizzly for be in his customary chair chewing and was nowhere in sight from wherever he might pointing to coops a little at the side of it. and had not barked be. white house with Wisps and there along the pathway house and its sparse little tilted spitting tobacco juice. "I think that's where the Petronskis live," said die, as Mad- lots of chicken of old grass stuck up here like thin wet kittens.

In the opinion of the judges, drawings — girl you may file will be back to- around the room - f 1 quietly and look at her exquisite drawings/' The children burst into applause, and even the boys were glad to have a chance to stamp on the their fingers in their were not interested among the mouths and in dresses. whistle, floor, put / ' / though they Maddie and Peggy were to reach the blackboard to look at the first drawings. ''Look, Peg, " whispered Maddie, "there's that blue one she told us about.

For the contest. were! Everybody stopped and whistled or They murmured ad- miringly. 4' <1 mmt^mmmmamMh- i^a^miJtl^ x^ V / ^ ^ I ' •* • •5 I ,» 1 t % w ) \ ill 4 If ^ i^ u r ^ ^ > / > » ^ / The Hundred Dresses As soon the class had assembled Miss as nounced the winners. Jack Beggles had won Mason an- for the bovs, she said, and his design of an outboard motor boat was on exhibition in Room I2, along with the sketches by all the other boys. ''As for the gitls," she said, ''although just one or two sketches were submitted by most, one Room 13 should be very proud of her drew one hundred designs actually — all say that Wanda medal.

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