Learn Coding Through Spy Adventure Stories

Learn Coding Through Spy Adventure Stories

⚡ Our mission is to inspire the next generation of coders, creatives + critical thinkers ⚡

Adventure books and spy activity gift packs for kids aged 7+. No prior knowledge of coding, STEM, or spy agencies necessary. All our products are made locally, sustainably and fairly at our top-secret spy HQ.

How it Works

Every child receives their top-secret spy pack in a brown envelope in the post. Whether they are reading the Agent Asha book, completing a spy mission, or creating their local spy unit, all of the computer science, coding and STEM education has been secretly squished in, so that kids will never suspect they are learning a thing 😉

Who is Agent Asha?

Agent Asha is an 11-year-old Wembley, London, who has just been recruited to the top-secret, hi-tech Children’s Spy Agency. In this video, creator and company founder, Sophie Deen, spills the beans on the top-secret world of Agent Asha! 🕵🏽

What people say about us

Our award-winning products are loved by people like Vogue, The Week Junior, The Guardian, The Sun, The Himalayan Times, Warner Media and my mum.

Steph Primary School Teacher and School Librarian

Asha is SO BRILLIANTLY aligned with the Computing curriculum. It’s a wonderful way to teach kids about things like fake news, passwords and showing them what coding looks like, and a brilliant gateway to getting children engaged in coding, critical-thinking and STEM.

Priyanka Blogger

How I wish I had this book when I was a kid! A strong, brown female protagonist who’s a tech genius - what more could I want?⁣ Asha is awesome. Stubborn, smart, caring, brave - and the fact that she’s a coding pro who can take on a massive tech corporation makes me so happy. I also LOVE the Hindi words thrown into the mix without making a huge deal of it. Her Indian ethnicity is never explicitly mentioned and I love that. She’s just a girl who is saving the world, and she happens to be Indian. So she uses the occasional Hindi word and craves chai and daal. No big deal.

Farhana Primary School Teacher

As a teacher, what I loved about this book is the seamless links that bring a story and the computing curriculum together. It encourages learning in the most exciting way.

Charlotte L Mum of two kids, aged 7 and 9

Yes! Loved it. The positive messages and role models were great as well as the exciting plot.

Louise Kwa Primary School Teacher, London

A fantastic class novel, with a strong Asian female character, all about coding with a sprinkling of fart jokes - what could be better?

Margaret H Grandmother and babysitter!

My granddaughter is 7 and plays spy games. She will be amazed with this immersive gift.

Tyler Aged 8

This was a really exciting story - I got worried about what was going to happen next. I liked the pages with different spy facts and information at the back of the book. I liked the way Asha was really good at coding and could hack into computers. I really hope there will be a second book in the series.

Aayola Aged 9

This is a great book because it is different to other mysteries! Asha uses the kind of coding we learn at school. The case briefings and notes at the end of the story are really interesting.

Mapped to the UK Coding Curriculum

Our stories are made by teachers and secret agents, so they are all educational.

Diverse Role Models

We use the power of inclusive stories and inclusive role models to inspire ALL kids into STEM.

Sustainably Made

Everything we sell is sustainable, plastic-free, carbon neutral and made locally by people who are paid fairly.

Money Back Guarantee

If you are unhappy with anything at all, we'll refund you. No questions asked.