Milo Speck, Accidental Agent

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Hi! My name is Farrah and I will be telling you about Milo Speck: Accidental Agent. Milo Speck is a boy who is really small. He is raised by his father and a full-time nanny, who he called “Grandmother”. His mother had left a while ago and never returned. Grandmother always made Milo do chores like sorting socks. All of the socks have spots or “dots”.

One day, Milo was sorting socks and he was missing one. He looked in the dryer for it. He kept wedging himself into the dryer until he felt a sock. He tried to get it but the sock pulled him down the dryer until he reached a weird world full of giant, hairy creatures. They were ogres! Milo was taken into a kitchen and forced to dance. However, there was a newspaper with a picture of someone’s foot. It looked exactly like his father’s. Milo was passed hand to hand while still trying to find his father.

Milo wandered everywhere and went on a huge adventure. Then Milo finds Tuck (a girl), Jane, Ernest and Little Dude. Then they go on another crazy adventure, but this time with crazy ideas, turkeys and a touch of magic!

Milo ends up finding his dad tied to a strange object and finds out what his real job was. They also find out a way to safely get home but Milo is not quite ready to go home. He wants to find his mother.

What was Milo’s father tied to? Will Milo ever find his mother?To find out the answers, read the book!

I like /Milo Speck: Accidental Agent/ because it has a lot of adventure in it. It is also magical, exciting, crazy and a little on the weird side. My favorite part in this book is when Milo and Tuck were teaching a turkey how to do the Chicken Dance! This is a very funny book and I recommend this for ages 8-11.

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Author Linda Urban
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 272 pages
Publisher HMH Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 01-Sep-2015
ISBN 9780544419513
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Issue December 2015
Category Tweens


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