A hilarious early chapter book series set in the Flytrap Files universe from New York Times bestselling author Tom Angleberger!
Meet Didi Dodo. She's a dodo and a spy. Or she will be, once she's hired!
Meet Koko Dodo. He's a dodo and a baker. He gives Didi Dodo her first case!
Someone has stolen Koko Dodo's Super Secret Fudge Sauce for the Royal Cookie Contest! But don't worry. Didi Dodo has a daring plan to catch the culprit.
Read all the hilarious chapter books set in the Flytrap Files universe! Inspector Flytrap (#1) Inspector Flytrap in The President’s Mane Is Missing (#2) Inspector Flytrap in The Goat Who Chewed Too Much (#3) Didi Dodo, Future Spy: Recipe for Disaster (#1) Didi Dodo, Future Spy: Robo-Dodo Rumble (#2) Didi Dodo, Future Spy: Double-O Dodo (#3) DJ Funkyfoot: Butler for Hire! (#1)
About the Author
Tom Angleberger is the New York Times bestselling author of the Origami Yoda series and the Flytrap Files series, as well as many other books for kids. He lives with his family in Virginia.
Jared Chapman was born in Louisiana, grew up in Texas, went to college in Georgia, lived in Austin, and now calls the piney woods of northeast Texas his home. He and his young brood prefer silly underwear to serious, and broccoli to celery.
**STARRED REVIEW** "Full of surprise twists, this title will engage readers who will have a fun time guessing what will happen next . . . A must-have." — School Library Journal
"[A] lighthearted start to a new chapter book series by Angleberger (the Origami Yoda series) . . . Lively illustrations by Chapman (Vegetables in Underwear) contribute to the exuberance of this Inspector Flytrap spin-off." — Publishers Weekly
"Brief chapters, ample cartoon illustrations, and occasional other visuals such as recipe cards and comic strips will move along emergent and reluctant readers alike. . .This bite-sized book is for all the kids who love Inspector Flytrap." — Kirkus Reviews
"Angleberger launches a new set of capers—food-themed and featuring reckless roller-skating “future spy” Didi Dodo . . . Chapman adds plenty of two-color line drawings." — Booklist
"A great transitional chapter book: easy enough for the students who are ready to read longer books but appealing enough for those older students that enjoy or need an easier read." — School Library Connection