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Mission 1: Lost Lunchboxes (Secret School Spy Squad)

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Students’ lunchboxes are going missing from school – and if the case isn’t solved soon the kids will be going hungry.

Go on a mission with our student spy, Agent N, and solve the mystery of those missing lunchboxes.

This fun children's picture book, full of colour and rhyme, tells the story from the perspective of the secret student spy as they try and solve the mystery.
Kindle Edition, 30 pages
Published September 7th 2016 by MCG Ventures Pty Ltd
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Janelle works full-time in the corporate sector and is a Mum to two young children. She lives in Sydney, Australia. As a working mum, she knows how special the time spent reading stories to a child can be. The way their faces light up when they hear the words and see the illustrations is magical.

She discovered her passion for writing children's picture books when her children started demanding mor

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