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Otto Undercover #2: Canyon Catastrophe (Otto Undercover)

3.73  ·  Rating Details  ·  22 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Reasons not to read this book: You think kids who are Racecar Drivers

and Secret Agents are boring

Aunts disguised as Uncles give you an earache

You get hives when you read about a bad guy with Half a Face

Backward words and Anagrams give you gas

You're afraid you might split a gut Laughing
Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by HarperTrophy (first published December 27th 2005)
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Tyler
Jun 20, 2008 Tyler rated it really liked it
I thank that this book is definately worth reading because its intertaining,action packed,some what educational,and very fun to read.Also it has good pictures,and illistrations
Mirko Liang
The way it's written is pretty funny, i did chuckle once or twice, the story isn't too interesting though.
Alaina Sloo
Book 3 in a fun and silly series about a boy race car driver/spy for kids who love words. Not perfect for struggling readers, but great for kids grades 1 - 3 who read well enough to enjoy learning about new ways to play with words like palindromes and anagrams. Some kids who don't have that strong a command of language will still enjoy the books just for the silly villains.
Alaina Sloo
Book 2 in a fun and silly series about a boy race car driver/spy for kids who love words. Not perfect for struggling readers, but great for kids grades 1 - 3 who read well enough to enjoy learning about new ways to play with words like palindromes and anagrams. Some kids who don't have that strong a command of language will still enjoy the books just for the silly villains.
Luke
Jan 23, 2008 Luke rated it really liked it
Still funny. Otto (who loves palindromes like wow and rats live on no evil star) has done it again!
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