Nick and Tesla's Secret Agent Gadget Battle: A Mystery with Spy Cameras, Code Wheels, and Other Gadgets You Can Build Yourself

Nick and Tesla s Secret Agent Gadget Battle A Mystery with Spy Cameras Code Wheels and Other Gadgets You Can Build Yourself In this third installment of the series year old whiz kids Nick and Tesla discover that someone in the quiet town of Half Moon Bay has placed their beloved Uncle Newt under electronic surveillance

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  • Title: Nick and Tesla's Secret Agent Gadget Battle: A Mystery with Spy Cameras, Code Wheels, and Other Gadgets You Can Build Yourself
  • Author: Bob Pflugfelder Steve Hockensmith
  • ISBN: 9781594746765
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this third installment of the series, 11 year old whiz kids Nick and Tesla discover that someone in the quiet town of Half Moon Bay has placed their beloved Uncle Newt under electronic surveillance but who is spying on him, and why To expose the secret agent, Nick and Tesla build all kinds of outrageous contraptions Throughout the book, the narrative is interrupted byIn this third installment of the series, 11 year old whiz kids Nick and Tesla discover that someone in the quiet town of Half Moon Bay has placed their beloved Uncle Newt under electronic surveillance but who is spying on him, and why To expose the secret agent, Nick and Tesla build all kinds of outrageous contraptions Throughout the book, the narrative is interrupted by blueprints and instructions so that budding young inventors can follow along Science and electronics have never been so much fun

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    1. This is my favorite book in this series thus far. It is because I have imagined myself as a secret agent many times and wondered what it would be like. Of course, I am one of the best agents aroundwell in my dreams anyways. So read about Nick and Tesla trying to uncover the mystery of the stolen necklace was fun. In fact, I mind this time actually break down and make the gadgets in this book along with my nephews. I always love the drawn out picture of the elaborate plan on how Nick and Tesla ar [...]

    2. Nick and Telsa are the greatest smarty-pants twins I've ever read about (except for the Hardy boys).This story has humour,adventure,and best of all .SPIES!!!!!Bob pflugfelder had an amazing idea of writing the instructions for kids to build at their house! Nick has the greatest,Telsa is trying to be brave with their family's situation and with this spy buissnes it's not making her feel any bettereat gadgets,great plot,and great story.I recommend this story to kids who "how did they make that?!?! [...]

    3. Nick and Tesla are back at it again in this third story. They know that someone is spying on them and they have loads and loads of suspects. Is it their neighbor Julie Casserly? She is always fussing around her yard and some of Uncle Newt's inventions have done damage. Her garden gnome will never be the same. Or is it Mr. Jones who is Uncle Newt's neighbor on the other side. Nick is suspicious of everyone they know in town from the lone police officer to the man who delivers the mail.Their suspi [...]

    4. From the 11-year-old: My favorite quote from the book was, naturally something Uncle Newt said: “I’m not sure they’d believe me,” he said. “I think I lost a lot of my credibility after I called about Bigfoot.” It’s funny because Uncle Newt was calling to say that he found evidence that Bigfoot was fake. But the police misunderstood and thought he was saying that he believed in Bigfoot. It was all a comedy of errors.My favorite scene was when they were in the Newtmobile during a car [...]

    5. I recieved a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, so- voila! Here is my five star honest review!Now, most people would think I'm a little too old for this book, now that I've started tentatively browsing through the YA section at the library. Personally, I think that you're never too old to read this book! In the third book of their series, Nick and Tesla are in quite the predicament. It seems they are being spied on, and Nick refuses to trust anyone. Then, when something imp [...]

    6. After winning this book on , I would rate it 4/5. Some of my thoughts while reading the book:PROS: -I liked how Nick and Telsa are normal kids. -I thought the drawings were cool.-When the author alternated perspectives of the characters I found the story more interesting.-I haven't tried all of the experiments yet, but the one I tried I loved. CONS:-I think the word "suspicious" is used too often.-Most of the book happened in just one day. I think it could have been a little better in separate d [...]

    7. I read this to my 8&11 yr olds, and we all liked it. We read this first, by mistake, so we are now going back to read the first two books. My kids generally don't like books without dragons or some kind of magic, but this was funny and kept their attention. Also, there are a few science how to projects inside that you can try to make yourself. Great idea!

    8. In this book the twins realize that their annoying neighbor is actually evil! As a bunch of people help clean their house, they have to detect which ones are evil. Later they realize that their parents are NOT in Uzbekistan harvesting beans

    9. This was a fun, easy read. We didn't do any of the experiments, but the children enjoyed this book. This is the kids' equivalent of a "beach read".

    10. No matter which of Nick and Tesla's adventures you read, it is always a good time. Their friends Silas and DeMarco always find some sort of crazy stunt to attempt, and this time it is riding a bike down a slide and then jumping it over a mud pit that they have dug in the backyard. Uncle Newt is busy trying to perfect his latest invention, which is a vacuum cleaner powered by rotten fruit. Newt's neighbor Julie is busy trying to replace the garden gnomes that the kids and Uncle Newt's inventions [...]

    11. This is the third book in the Nick and Tesla series. If you enjoyed the previous books I think you will enjoy this one as well. It was an excellent addition to the Nick and Tesla series. They are fewer gadgets to build in this book than in previous ones, but I thought the story was better here.The last book in this series ended with a message from Nick and Tesla’s mom, she basically told them they are being spied on. Now Nick is seeing spies everywhere. He thinks the new apprentice that shows [...]

    12. I received this book through First Reads.As with previous installments of this series (which it is not necessary to have read prior to reading this one, although it is certainly pleasant to do so!) the story serves as a vehicle for the science gadgetry. I have no problem with that at all, seeing as it's great to encourage kids to enjoy science AND to read! The story is entertaining in itself, with lots of humor and fun characters both new and returning, and it can be read without making the gad [...]

    13. 2.5 stars-------Thanks to the publisher for giving me this book to read in exchange for an honest review.------------I want to get this out at the very beginning: I think the more I read Middle Grade the less I feel like most MG is for me. Maybe I'm getting too old in mindset, but I don't know. This feeling, unfortunately, spreads to Nick and Tesla. That being said, I don't think this review is going to be very long because I don't feel like I have very much to say.For much of the novel I was en [...]

    14. I read the third book in this new science-themed mystery series by “Science Bob” Phlugfelder and Steve Hockensmith. There are two parts to this book- one, a mystery story and the other, a few science experiment ideas and instructions. I’m assuming Science Bob did those, while Steve Hockensmith wrote the story. He’s the author of “Holmes on the Range” and “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.”The story was a not altogether unpleasant read, but at the same time I must say it was really [...]

    15. I'm a literature teacher, and my husband is Quality Director for a tool and die shop, so it probably won't surprise you that we don't often read the same books. This third installment in the Nick and Tesla series charmed us both. We will definitely be giving it to our nieces and nephews on the next "gadget-building day with Uncle Jeff."This is the first Nick ad Tesla book that I've read, and I will definitely go back and read the first two. I appreciate that the kids are smart and self-reliant, [...]

    16. My thoughts on the series:This is a lot of fun. I am way out of the target age range, but I enjoyed the stories. Middle-grade detectives, crazy scientist uncle, and international intrigue all converge. The projects are the type that kids in the target group will enjoy—my (bright) third-grader can’t wait to try some out. The illustrations could be clearer for the technically inept such as myself. However, there are videos available, as well as other cool information, at nickandtesla . It’s [...]

    17. I won this book in a giveaway. It's unclear who the intended audience is, but I'm thinking the reader should be at least 11-13 years old. It was a good story and had the unique inclusion of various experiments that the reader could try out for himself. Note that there is a warning at the beginning of the book regarding the how-to projects and how they involve "motors, hydraulic power, hot glue, booby traps and other potentially dangerous elements", that adult supervision should be employed and [...]

    18. I won this book in the Goodread's First Reads Program. I was excited to win this book, because my nephew and I loved reading the first two books together. This one picks up right where the second book left off. Nick and Tesla get a message from their mom that cuts off right before she can tell them who is spying on them. Now they are trying to figure out who is spying on them, and why that person would want to spy on a couple of kids living with their crazy uncle. There are five more experiments [...]

    19. It’s the third volume of the Nick and Tesla series. The fun is still there and the science projects are equally fascinating. At the end of volume 2 Nick and Tesla receive a message from their mother. The phone call is cut off but she manages to warn them that someone dangerous is out to get them. Then strange things start happening. The message disappears off the answering machine. Uncle Newt hires 2 house cleaners and a pest inspector who just happen to leave advertisements on his front door. [...]

    20. Great concept! Science/engineering projects for kids + good story writing = a winner!This is the first book I've read by Bob Pflugfelder, but I really would like to read the other books in the series now. The projects are not too complex, but they are still interesting. And the plot was a mystery that kept me interested -- it didn't feel like it was too contrived or just a thin string connecting the projects.Overall, this book reminded me of the books in A Series of Unfortunate Events, with a sl [...]

    21. I received this book from Quirk Books to review. This is the third book in the series that my son and I have read. My son is 9 years old and loves this series and he was excited when we received it. He read the book first and he told me that it's his favorite one in the series. He especially likes the instructions in the book for whatever gadget they are making. After he finished the book I was able to read it. It was a great story and I kind of suspected who the spy in the book was but the way [...]

    22. What a wonderful book! Why didn't they have books like this when I was a kid? Nick and Tesla are clever and loyal siblings who are spending some time with their scientist grandfather while their parents are on a boring-sounding business trip. But of course everything is not as it seems! A strange call from their mother makes it clear that her trip is related to something dangerous - and that Nick and Tesla may be in danger too! One of the wacky characters hanging around the house today is a spy! [...]

    23. After getting a phone message from their mother warning that a spy is after them, Nick and Tesla find their uncle's house full of suspects. Who is the spy?Another fun book filled with a great mystery, good characters, and a few laughs. The target middle grade audience will love it and enjoy building their own spy camera, code wheel, and more after they've found out who the spy isTE: I received this book via Vine in exchange for my honest review.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

    24. Another great story for Nick and Tesla. In this adventure they are trying to find out who is spying on them. The authors provided us with a handful of very humorous possibilities. I loved watching Nick and Tesla try to figure out each and every one of them. The techniques they used and the gadgets they build have instructions that are very easy to follow once again. It was a perfect mix of fun and education. My 11 year old daughter is loving this series as well. *This book was received in exchan [...]

    25. I have to say I have enjoyed this third installment just as much as the two previous. Nick, Tesla, and their friends continue to amaze me with their ingenuity and guts. Further into their wacky summer at their Uncle Newt's home, the twins realize that there is a spy in their midst that has something to do with their parents' mysterious scientific work for the government. And even when no one who can do anything about it believes them, the twins work together using whatever is available to them t [...]

    26. My son is still enjoying the series, and was happy when we got #3 and #4. We just finished #3 last night. I don't know that he really gets, at age 6, all the spy aspects of it; he liked the first we read because of the robots (we started with #2), and I think he just continues to like hearing about these kids and their funny adventures. Smashed bananas being thrown at the bad guy -- how can you go wrong with that? :-)I'm still enjoying them, too.

    27. Another espionage meets science tale for 11-year-old inventor siblings Nick and Tesla. The third book in the series, it is a great read for middle-graders; they can become a part of the adventure by replicating the contraptions Nick and Tesla build throughout the story by following the included step-by-step instructions. This series contains fun reads making science something any kid can enjoy. Overall 5/5 stars; I look forward to the future tales of Nick and Tesla.

    28. I received my copy through the First Reads giveaway.This series is really building up steam. It's going to be exciting to see where they will take the series in future volumes, as this installment finally answers some questions we've had since the beginning. Cool projects (I'm sure parents will be thrilled with the spy camera, and I'm sure kids won't care :) ), mysterious maids and more banana-fueled vacuum fun! Honestly, what more could a kid ask for?

    29. The Good: This is definitely the best book in the series so far. The kids are being spied on and they have to find out who it is that they can't trust. The book was full of fun and educational science/spy gadgets kids and build themselves. The mystery a lot more entertaining in this book than some of the others, perhaps because it hit so close to home for the characters.The Bad: The writing still isn't perfect or easy to get through but the story definitely makes up for it in this instance.

    30. The third book in this series starts off with a slight nod to the first two, giving only the most important information and moving on to the story at hand. I like this because we all know how kids are--if they like spies more than robots, they'll read the series out of order. Making each book work well as a standalone is smart.While the experiments were fun as always, the e-arc I received didn't quite translate the formatting. This isn't an issue though, as I plan to get physical copies.

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