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10 thoughts on “Spy on History

  1. says:

    The story of Mary is very interesting The interactive ciphers and codes were extremely difficult It s unlikely that a reader of the books intended audience could actually solve it.

  2. says:

    Mary Bowser and the Civil War Spy Ring is the first book in the new series Spy on History that combines an exciting story with interactive materials that invite the reader to solve a mystery.Mary is a freed slave who has been asked to work in the home of the Confederate President Jefferson Davis Mary had been freed as a very young girl by Bet Van Lew, a Quaker, who had taken a special interest in her, making sure Mary learned to read and write Now, Bet was building a network of spies and when she heard there was a job available in the Davis house, she implored the recently married Mary to get the job and work as a spy masquerading as an illiterate young woman Mary was ideal for the job, because not only could she read and write, but she had a photographic memory All she had to do was study one of Davis maps or important papers for a short time and she could reproduce it later for Bet.But spying is a tricky business for Mary She misses her husband and she is always being watched by the suspicious servant O Melia As Mary finds information that will help the Union win the Civil War, she has to be clever about delivering it to Bet Luckily, the baker who brings the morning bread is also part of Bet s spy ring Meanwhile, who has been going through Mary s room when she isn t there and will they find her incriminating diary Will Mary s cove...

  3. says:

    What a brilliant book This would be a wonderful resource for anyone Not only did this work tell the story of a brave and fearless woman of color, but it also showed the strength of character and conviction of an individual who saw the need for The additional aspects of the book related to espionage and coding were bonuses The real treasure, however, was the story itself, which featured this courageous soul.Stories like this always appeal to me because they highlight the positive contributions that African Americans made to this country Sadly, this side of history doesn t get discussed or recognized as it should Indeed, there are countless other stories, such as this, that need to be and should be told I hope the aut...

  4. says:

    Tony Cliff is one of my favorite graphic novelists, and his bold art is great for the story of a young spy in the Confederate White House.

  5. says:

    My 3rd grade TAG class does a unit on codes ciphers This is a great mentor text and I look forward to the rest of the series

  6. says:

    I m excited about this new Spy on History series I not only enjoyed reading the story of Mary Bowser, but the interactive element is fabulous as well As the reader digs into the adventures of Mary Bowser as she spies on the Confederate President Jefferson Davis during the Civil War, the book is full of clues and codes for the reader to try to figure out Materials are even included to help the reader figure things out And this isn t an easy task I m eager to go back and give the clues my full attention now that I ve finished reading the book The answers are included in a sealed section at the back of the book I am especially appreciative of the fact that this book looks at the efforts of an African American woman whose work was not fully appreciated at the time I m eager to read the adventures of the other people highlighted in this developing series This book may not work well in a library because of the interactive elements but it would make ...

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    Spy on History Mary Bowser and the Civil War Spy Ring tells a story about Mary Bowser, a slave working in the Confederate White House during the Civil War As part of her duties, Mary sees coded documents on the president s desk She can read unusual for a slave and has a photographic memory, and over time begins decoding the messages she sees and sending information back to the Union This is based on the true story of Mary Bowser, a former slave who delivered intelligence information to the Union during the war.This is both a reader and an activity book While you read, you also have the chance to decode the messages Mary finds and solve a mystery yourself The story is engaging, and there are illustrations and document pictures throughout as well that add to the story I particularly liked a cutaway of the Confederate White House, showing the layout of ...

  8. says:

    Excellent narrative about the life of Mary Bowser, servant to Jefferson Davis who risked her life to supply Confederate secrets to the Union The book does an excellent job of sticking to what is known about Mary very little yet crafting an exciting...

  9. says:

    If I were still in the target age range, I would find these clues amazingly fun and I d probably want to collect the entire series or at least check them all out As an adult, I found the book rather gimmicky.

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    Mary Bowser was born into slavery but was set free by the Van Lew family of Quakers Bet Van Lew taught her to read and even sent her to school in Philadelphia She worked for a few years as a teacher in Liberia During this time, the state of Virginia claimed themselves as their very own country They were called The Confederate States of America Taking action, Bet Van Lew began to create a network of spies in Richmond When Bet discovered that Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy and his wife were looking for a maid, Mary was asked to be the spy.Everything Mary overheard she reported back When she discovered that some papers appeared to have code hidden in them she set out to decipher the hidden messages Meanwhile, with President Lincoln preparing the Emancipation Proclamation slave owners worried about the millions they had spent on slaves and what would happen if there were no slaves to work the lands As General Lee planned to bring Virginia back from the Confederacy t...

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