Blog tour: ‘Agent Asha: Operation Cyber Chop,’ by Sophie Deen, illustrated by Priyanka Sachdev.

Agent Asha is back in another action-packed mission featuring another run-in with nemesis Shelly Belly. This time, the trees in one of Asha’s favourite parks are under threat from the new tech trees, CyberOaks. (to find out for about Asha’s first adventure, click HERE)

‘Top-secret Children’s Spy Agency newest recruit, Asha Joshi is back with a brand new mission. Asha is suspicious when evil teenage trillionaire Shelly Belly proposes to cut down all the trees in Asha’s favourite park to make room for CyberOaks: the new tech trees. Asha’s a top coder and super spy so she should be able to face robot security parrots, navigate a suspicious internship and travel to Shelly’s super-confidential base in Scotland to crack the case. Will Asha and her robo-hamster sidekick Tumble be able to protect the park and save the day?’


There are so many clever elements to this story which encourage readers to dig deeper and really get involved with the themes in hand. Want to know more about Shelley Inc and its plans to optimise the world? Scan the QR code. Want to improve your digital literacy skills and avoid falling for online scams? Watch out for the tricks exposed in this book! Fantastic!

That, plus coding elements, gadgets, and a creating environmental storyline and you’re onto a winner. Critical thinking and critical fun all in one book! Great for readers aged 7+

Library Girl.

*Many thanks to Walker Books for inviting me to be a part of this blog tour*

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