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  • Published: 3 September 2019
  • ISBN: 9780143791928
  • Imprint: Puffin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • RRP: $16.99

Kensy and Max 4: Out of Sight




When does a secret become a lie? And how do you tell right from wrong when deception is all around you?

Kensy and Max are gearing up for their first Pharos review, a rite of passage with no room for failure. But juggling studies and the spy life isn't without its complications. As the dust settles from their last mission, and family members find their place in the new world order, old tensions rise to the surface. There's also the school play to prepare for - in rather different ways for each twin. However, the play soon takes a back seat as missing journalists and stolen objects see Kensy and Max embarking on a hair-raising ride to the City of Lights. Will they make it before it's too late?

  • Published: 3 September 2019
  • ISBN: 9780143791928
  • Imprint: Puffin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • RRP: $16.99

About the author

Jacqueline Harvey

Jacqueline Harvey worked in schools for many years but has had a passion for storytelling since she was a child.

She is the author of the popular Alice-Miranda and Clementine Rose series, which have sold over one million copies in Australia alone. Her books have received numerous short-listings and awards while her picture book, The Sound of the Sea, was a CBCA Honour Book.

Jacqueline speaks to thousands of young people at schools and festivals around the world, and says the characters in her books are often made up of the best bits of children she’s met over the years. While she is not a twin, like Kensy and Max she does have excellent powers of observation and has always thought she’d make a great spy.

Jacqueline lives in Sydney and is currently working on more Kensy and Max and Alice-Miranda adventures, and some exciting new projects too.

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Praise for Kensy and Max 4: Out of Sight

Once again, readers will revel in the excitement of this series. Each book gets a little edgier with the twins (and their friends) demonstrating real independence, quick thinking, teamwork and bravery.

Sue Warren, Just So Stories

For middle primary school aged readers to teens, this is an exciting read which holds your interest throughout. It contains all the elements that children want in a story - humour, justice, belonging, danger, wonder and there is a hint of a budding relationship between Max and Autumn.

ReadPlus

The Kensy and Max books are highly entertaining with their pace-filled plots and highly developed characters who show amazing resilience in the face of danger and uncertainty.

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