Look Into My Eyes Ruby Redfort is a genius code cracker a daring detective and a gadget laden special agent who just happens to be a year old girl She and her slick side kick butler Hitch foil crimes and get int

  • Title: Look Into My Eyes
  • Author: Lauren Child
  • ISBN: 9780007334063
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ruby Redfort is a genius code cracker, a daring detective, and a gadget laden special agent who just happens to be a 13 year old girl She and her slick side kick butler, Hitch, foil crimes and get into loads of scrapes with evil villains, but they re always ice cool in a crisis.

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    About "Lauren Child"

    1. Lauren Child

      Lauren Child grew up in Wiltshire as the middle child of three sisters and the daughter of two teachers She has always been interested in the many aspects of childhood, from gazing into toy shop windows to watching American children s shows from the 1960s After attending two Art Schools, where Lauren admits that she did not learn much, she travelled for six months, still unsure about which career to embark upon Before Lauren starting writing and illustrating children s books she started her own company Chandeliers for the People making exotic, elegant lampshades It was only when she came to write and illustrate the book Clarice Bean, That s Me that she decided to devote her time to writing and illustrating books for children, which combines her fascination for childhood and her talent for designing and creating Lauren gets her inspiration from other people s conversations or from seeing something funny happen Lauren lives in North London.

    430 thoughts on “Look Into My Eyes”

    1. Shirley's One-Sentence Summary: Veronica Mars in Sin City for TweensI'm a fan of the precocious teen girl.I lovedAnd most of allYay! Show Aussie Ja'mie "Soo Hot!" King some love! So therefore I should love Ruby Redfort, a rich-and-it-shows, super-smart, attitude-laden spunky spy girl in Lauren Child's new lower YA detective series.The thing with rich girls is, no normal person actually really likes them, so they're best done with a tongue-in-cheek, almost satirical way because truth be told, we [...]

    2. Amazing!I used to be a big fan of Charlie and Lola when I was little, then as I got older I’d started to read Clarice Bean. In the Clarice Bean books, Clarice is a big fan of a secret spy agent 'Ruby Redfort' I had always wondered about this young spy, and the adventures she had. Clarice thought she was brilliant. Now I have to agree with her! I was really excited when Lauren Child brought out the book 'Ruby Redfort, Look Into My Eyes' and I'd gotten a hard back. I started reading and I was in [...]

    3. Can I firstly just commend this book for it's AWESOME front cover? I love hardbacks (however ridiculously priced they may be) and the design is really brilliant. The actual book behind the cover is white, with a green fly on it. I've been a massive fan of Charlie and Lola and Clarice Bean ever since I was really little. My parents would read me the picture books, and then when the first CB novel came out they read it to me as well. When I read it on my own it was the first chapter book I had eve [...]

    4. There's really not much to say about this book - it's a very typical, very bland mystery. It's not quite as predictable as it seems at first, but it's also not very likely to surprise any mystery fans. The tropes on display - the James Bond gadgets, the 'clever' riddles - aren't unique, and nothing new is done with them. Ruby is meant to be kind of a subversion of the typical Harriet the Spy-type heroine, but her brand of snarkiness just ends up becoming another cliche. The writing was alright, [...]

    5. Ruby Redfort is a perfect candidate for the spy world, so when a secret agency comes knocking, Ruby is ready for action. Ruby is not your ordinary 7th grader. She's smart, independent, and a bit quirky. Solving puzzles and cracking codes are her idea of a good time. At the same time, she's pretty much your average kid. She has friends, plays sports, ignores her parents on occasion, and watches lots of crime shows on TV. I guess she offers a little something for everyone. The best thing about Rub [...]

    6. 2.5 starsIt was okay. Nothing special. The story was pretty weak. But the one factor that I could not get over was the dialogue. It physically hurt to read it. You could tell the author (English), who was attempting to set her book in America, failed miserably as no one here talks like that. Now, maybe, maybe, if this book was set in the 40's, I could forgive some of the dialogue, but it wasn't, so I can't.Hitch, the only character I liked, talked like this, "Kid, if you don't listen to me, you' [...]

    7. This is an incredible book for a younger and older audience. If I could describe this book in three words, I would say it is comical, delightful, and neat. I was amazed about how much I admired this book, and it’s super cute and an easy read. It is very creative with many bewildering and mystifying puzzles, that make you feel absolutely dumbfounded. This is a change from what I ordinarily read, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. If you are ready for a journey with many ups, downs, and in betweens p [...]

    8. One of the joys of introducing new books to children is that sometimes they return the favor. Ruby Redfort: Look into my Eyes is one of those books. One of my students chose this book as part of a school project. I'd never heard of it, so I took the opportunity to check it out. Ruby is a spunky kid with an independent mind whose powers of observation rival Holmes himself. It's only natural that someone who subscribes to code-cracking magazines would be approached by a super-secret spy organizati [...]

    9. This is one of my favourite book series and this book made me feel in a different place and always kept me going from start to end this would be a perfect book/series for an 10/11/12 year old to read, I loved this and thought the idea was perfect and everything was so perfect, spectrum and the colours on the wall, all of Ruby’s friends, and the whole town and the parents with their social life.

    10. The Ruby Redfort series by Lauren Child, 2011-2014. I read the first two of six total books. The first four are titled Look Into My Eyes, Take Your Last Breath, Catch Your Death, and Feel the Fear. The other two titles are not yet released, but will be in the next couple years.The reason I only read the first two is that the third and fourth are only available in hardcover until this summer and I simply didn’t want to pay hardcover price, even though it was very tempting. I don’t really like [...]

    11. Ruby-1 of the main characters-had a problem with a redhead.If you want to find out what the problem was,go read the book for yourself.

    12. Este libro fue un descubrimiento inesperado, hace poco hubo una feria del libro en donde vivo y este libro estaba en un puesto a $59 MX la verdad se me hizo muy barato y la razón por lo que la compre fue porque el diseño de la portada es muy llamativo. No tenía ninguna idea sobre la trama pero siempre es bueno experimentar.La trama es sencilla y entretenida, ya que al parecer está enfocada a lectores jóvenes ( aunque al final todos somos lectores y jóvenes de corazón ;P )Ruby Redfort es u [...]

    13. Ruby Redfort is a spin off from Lauren Child’s, Clarice Bean and this first book in the series introduces us to Ruby’s beginnings as a detective. Some pretty weird things have being going on lately in Ruby’s world and they are about to get a whole lot weirder now that she has being recruited by the secret organisation, Spectrum. She finds herself in all sorts of sticky situations, cracking top-secret codes and even risking her life occasionally. With the help of her undercover butler, Hitc [...]

    14. Ruby Redfort Look Into My Eyes by Lauren Child. I guess my only disappointment was that there were no illustrations in the book. I kept picturing them as I read based on what Lauren Child’s illustrations were in the past in books, but I know, it was more mature than her other books. I’d say it is a terrific book for students who love Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart, Winston Breen series by Eric Berlin, Meg Cabot’s Allie Finkle series, and Wendelin Van Draanen’s Sammy K [...]

    15. I wanted to like this more than I did. I love lauren child - my daughter and I used to watch charlie and lola together. I never read the clarice bean books (ruby redfort was first introduced in them, apparently). part of it is, I am just growing out of children's books! at age 45! not all of them, but lately a couple of them have just bored me, the same way that some children's programs bore me. I mean, if I'm going to be reading a kid's book, I want it to be a treat, I don't want to slog throug [...]

    16. So here we go, another book of my sister's I'm reading. I'll admit that I really didn't like Ruby Redfort at first. The story isn't all that original, the character's dialogue is wholly unbelievable, and the quality of writing is pretty bad on the whole.It wasn't though, as it turned out, a terrible book.Here's what impressed me:The character Hitch was very cool,; I got the sense of some action packed back story to him. He was probably my favourite.The whole book had style, from Ruby's amusing t [...]

    17. A fun, contemporary detective story that will especially appeal to fans of Nancy Drew. Ruby Redfort is a juvenile genius who has a knack for sensing anything out of the ordinary. It just so happens that her family finds themselves smack bang in the middle of a detective case, and Ruby's quick observation and talent for code breaking is called upon to save the day. Though the plot and puzzles will appeal to kids who like the idea of being smart, they'll need to tolerate the affected 'attitude-tal [...]

    18. i feel confused about this book. i did like ruby, but probably because she is so precocious, most of the time she felt like an older teenager and the way she talked with her friends using "old pal" and "old friend"? who is she? colombo?? fO.oevery teenage character in this book felt stuck-up to me (perhaps, because they are rich kids?), that's probably why i didn't like the story as much as i was supposed toyway, i can imagine that this book could be very appealing to my twelve-year-old self, so [...]

    19. A delightful treat for girls and boys ages 8-12. A fan of Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden, Harriet the Spy and Enola Holmes; Ruby Redfort has made her debut in this prestigous group of tween/teen detectives. Child has a winner in this tie-in to her Clarice Bean books for middle-grade readers. Fan of Clarice? You will certainly become a fan of Ruby! (In the Clarice Bean books, Ruby is Clarice's mystery solving hero) In Look Into My Eyes, Ruby has been employed by a secret agency called Spectrum, to cra [...]

    20. What's not to like about a smart, wisecracking, codebreaking thirteen-year-old who sees herself as a spy? Well, there's not a lot readers won't enjoy about Ruby Redfort except maybe her clueless but well-meaning parents. Ruby has always been intelligent and observant, and as the prologue shows, she once watched as dognappers stole her neighbor's prize-winning Pekinese. After that incident, she started keeping notebooks about spying. In this title, the first of a promised series, Ruby is hired by [...]

    21. Three and a half stars.13-year-old Ruby Redfort is a smart kid surrounded by perfectly clueless adults, and her code-cracking skills draw the attention of Spectrum, a secret intelligence agency. Spectrum has learned that a group of villains is planning to break into the town's unbreakable safe, and Ruby is hired to crack the code that will foil their plot. The mystery and intrigue, murder and mayhem are presented with a light tone, making this novel a good choice for readers who like a good laug [...]

    22. The cover got me! A middle-reader mystery novel about a precocious super spy. It has some great elements and some gaping flaws. I loved the relationship between Ruby and her best friend Clancy, and I felt like Clancy and Hitch (Ruby's handler) were well-drawn. Most of the other characters, Ruby's parents in particular and all of the villains in general, were flat flat flatter than flat - even giving leeway for the genre. I'm guessing that young readers won't notice this stuff and just go along f [...]

    23. This excellent book is a spinoff from Lauren Child's Clarice Bean chapter book series. Ruby Redfort, however, is for a slightly older audience. Middle schooler Ruby Redfort is tasked with code cracking and villian thwarting all while maintaining her cool composure and signature style. A word of advice - this book must be read in the style of the old black and white detective shows! It really brings out Ruby's character! A.R. 5.6

    24. After reading the Clarice Bean books a year or so ago, I expected this book to be a a short book with some illustrations, as that was the way the Clarice Bean books were laid out. However, I was pleasantly suprised when the book was 300-and-something pages long and I was very impressed with it!Some of the chapters lacked in plot at times, but the very good times made up for that.

    25. I thought this book was good but It did take me about five chapters to get in to it but if you are going to read this book my advice to u is that don't give up with this book because it is amazing when you get in to it.

    26. Clever, funny, and wonderfully unique. Jump into what promises to be only the first of many fast-paced and hilarious adventures alongside the tenacious Ruby Redfort. Reminiscent of both Nancy Drew and Harriet the Spy, Ruby Redfort is a spunky sleuth for a new generation.

    27. Loved this book! It was very creative the way Lauren Child added clues to solve the mystery all the way throught the book! I loved it because it added mystery to the book!

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