Book Review: Tutor, Nanny, Spit-up, Spy by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick

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Age Appropriate For: All Ages
Best for Ages: 13 and up

This book was so much fun! And thank you once again, Perry, for not doing what I’ve seen in so many books. This one involves kids and a young woman who doesn’t know what to do with kids. The children are neither demons nor angels, they are just…well… kids. Emily has a lot to learn, but also has some basic mothering instincts.

This story was fun because it brings in different cultures, quiet a bit of action, and a search for a traitor. I personally love it in spy books when you are looking to figure out who is the bad guy because they aren’t obvious.

I also really love how these books build on each other. While each one wraps up in a way, yet they are also continuing a story. You see a bigger story emerging from the smaller ones. Isn’t that cool?
I highly recommend this series is for anyone who like spy stories, squeaky clean books, and realistic characters.

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