Shadow is really making waves and now the coral reef is in danger. Special Agent EJ12 could be in over her head but she must stop SHADOW before it is too late.
Ages 8+ years.
Ej12 making waves is the 7th book in the ej12 girl hero series.
Secret agent ej12 - who is really Emma Jack - has to solve the mystery of the disappearing coral from the barrier reef. Will she be out smarted by her arch enemy 'shadow' or can she manage to crack the codes before it's too late?
My 9 year old daughter enjoyed trying to solve the codes before reading on to see if she had done it or not.
She found making waves an enjoyable and fun story and is looking forward to reading more ej12 books.
I would recommend this book for ages 8-14.
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