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  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Puffin (6 Aug 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0141326034
  • ISBN-13: 978-0141326030
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.1 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 178,545 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Andrew (most people call him Andy) was born in the same year that England won the world cup. He's Derby born and bred and is an avid follower of Derby County Football Club. Andy never actually set out to be a writer - he wasn't even particularly good at English at school. But he's a trier. And he loves learning.

Andy's writing caters for all ages. His writing began at the grand old age of 36 when his family adopted a mangy mutt from the RSPCA. Lara settled in to family life but Andy was astounded at her lack of intelligence. No tricks. No talent. Nothing! So he had a madcap idea that maybe she was just pretending to be stupid. Maybe she was a secret agent dog, under cover in his house, assuming the identity of a family pet. And 'Spy Dog' was born. Published by Puffin, the 'Spy Dog' and 'Spy Pups' books are now available all over the world. He has recently added 'Spy Cat' to the repertoire. Continuing the animal theme, Andy has also written the 'Raccoon Rampage' series for Harper Collins. His 'Spy Dog' website is www.spydog451.co.uk

Andy's real passion lies in a subject called 'Positive Psychology' which is, basically, the science of happiness and well-being. He's written 'The Art of Being Brilliant' and 'Being Brilliant Everyday' which are self-help books for grown-ups, and 'The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager' the UK's first positive psychology books for teenagers. Andy's also co-authored 'The Art of Being a Brilliant Teacher'. To find out more about his work in this area, visit www.artofbrilliance.co.uk

Andy lives with his wife, children, 2 pet dogs, 2 pet pigs and a various assortment of guinea pigs, hamsters and fish. His ambition is to be able to surf, brilliantly!

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Andrew Cope lives with his wife and two children in a small town near Derby. He really does have a dog called Lara, who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA. His first book, Spy Dog, won the Richard and Judy Award for 7+ Developing Readers and the 2006 Red House Children's Book Award.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Helen Creber on 19 Aug 2010
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As a mum and primary teacher I like these Spy Dog books. My children love them and read them over and over again. The stories are exciting, but not over-long. Great for boy or girl readers who are getting into books with chapters (age 7+).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on 18 Nov 2009
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I thought this book was great. I've been reading this series for years. The details in the story are fantastic and I think kids from 6-10 would love this. The best book so far!!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Brewin on 21 Jan 2010
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Andrew Cope creates real excitement and suspense through great characters that children can relate too.

My 10 year old son loves this book!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jude on 2 April 2012
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My 5 year old son has enjoyed reading these books. He got his fourth one today and had his nose in it as we were walking down the street. Highly recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Hawkins on 8 Jan 2012
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my son loved this book we read it every night.
its full of great mystery for the pups to solve and find out.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. C. JONES on 20 Nov 2010
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My daughter (who's almost 8) became interested in the Spy Dog / Spy Pups series when Andrew Cope visited her school. She found a couple of the early Spy Dog books in the local library and thoroughly enjoyed them. For anyone unfamiliar with the books, they feature a dog called Lara, who is a specially trained spy dog. Lara lives with a normal suburban family (The Cooks) but, helped by her original trainer, Professor Cortex, fights crime and catches criminals.

In this book, two new characters are introduced, namely Spud and Star. Lara has a litter of eight pups, and they are the two who are allowed to stay in the Cook household. An adventure, mainly starring Spud, Star and the Cook children, but also involving Lara and Professor Cortex, ensues when the Cook family visit Aunt Aggie in her cottage by the sea. Some baddies are trying to get their hands on a load of missing gold, which they think is hidden in Aunt Aggie's cottage. Can the Spy Pups and the Cooks protect Aggie, thwart the baddies and find the gold? That's what the story's about.

As with all the Spy Dog novels, this is good fun, well written and very enjoyable. The baddies are bad (the baddies in Andrew Cope's novels are always extremely bad) and Spud, Star, Lara and the Cooks are very likable. The tale's gripping, so the reader wants to know what happens next, and everything's resolved in a satisfactory fashion. The Spy Dog books were very readable, and, on the basis of 'Treasure Quest', the Spy Pup books will prove to be an equally enjoyable series.
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This is the best book on this series.i think 6-22 yr olds will rlly like this book.Pitures re rlly excellent ppl should always read it and never stop
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By Amy on 24 Feb 2014
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She loved the book! Read it but then put it down and never seen it since. When she will come across it one day she will read it again as she's that type of girl lol.
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