Bullies Beware! EKHO Is Here! Elvis Jones is tired of being picked on, taunted and teased by the bullies at his elementary school. So he does what any smart, technologically savvy kid his age does – he creates “EKHO- Evil Kid Hunting Organization,” a sophisticated network of kid spies and secret agents that utilize a variety of cool gadgets and stealth methods to stay one step ahead of the enemy –...
Grade Level: 4 - 6
Series: EKHO (Book 1)
Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 30, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 6034106
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I loved this story! I don't read a steady diet of pre-teen stories, but I found this novel thoroughly engaging. I loved the characters and connected with them. Marie and Max have created a story that deals with bullying in a way everyone can relate t...
s. They recruit bullied kids and train them in the ways of the spy, with regular missions posted to an encrypted website that require smarts and skill, especially when the bullies catch on and form a counter-spy group, “DEKE – Destroy EKHO Kids Everywhere.” It’s all in good fun, until the kids of EKHO must put their skills to use for a far more serious purpose. As field agents come across evidence of a sinister conspiracy at their school, EKHO is forced to deal with a whole new danger when the bullies begin acting strangely, as if under some kind of weird mind control...and some of the school staff are in on it. As they deal with betrayal, sabotage, infiltration and intrigue, the agents of EKHO are left wondering – Who can you trust when the kid standing next to you might not be entirely human?