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I, Spy: a Bletchley Park Mystery - Activity sheets and social media assets

‘A highly original, gripping, thought-provoking read’ – Emma Carroll

Twelve-year-old Robyn has grown up in Bletchley Park. But when the war begins and everything at Bletchley changes. While Bletchley is buzzing with people recruited for the war effort and all eyes are on the skies, Robyn becomes convinced that there’s something sinister going on within Bletchley Park itself. Together with her friends Mary and Ned, Robyn resolves to uncover the enemy in their midst …

Rhian Tracey has written a thrilling adventure set in Bletchley Park at the start of World War II, based on true historical events and full of positive female role models. I, Spy: a Bletchley Park Mystery is a heart-warming, exciting story filled with friendship and mystery exploring the realities of children living in wartime Britain.

For fans of PHIL EARLE, ROBIN STEVENS, LESLEY PARR, HILARY MCKAY and the Famous Five stories.

To celebrate the publication of I, Spy: a Bletchley Park Mystery, Piccadilly Press created a wonderful combination of digital resources.

This includes:

  • Poster – provided as an A4 downloadable PDF
  • Teaching Resources
  • Activity Pack
  • Sneak Peek Extract
  • A selection of social media assets

We’d love to see photos of you using the resources social media using #ISpyMystery and tagging PiccadillyPress, RhianTracey (Twitter)/rhiantraceyauthor (Instagram) and readingagency.

Download your digital pack here.


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