Coder by day, secret agent by night.


For curious kids aged 8+, Detective Dot is available as a softback or digital book. Plus, kids can join Dot’s super-secret, hi-tech organisation, the Children’s Intelligence Agency (the CIA) and receive a personalised membership pack filled with special missions and other goodies.

Detective Dot
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Detective Dot

Action packed adventure story featuring nine-year-old tech whizz Detective Dot.

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CIA Membership
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CIA Membership

A personal invite to join the top-secret Children's Intelligence Agency, with special missions.

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Megapack
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Megapack

The perfect gift pack. Detective Dot book plus personalised membership to the Children’s Intelligence Agency.

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Detective Dot Ebook
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Detective Dot Ebook

Digital version of the action packed adventure story featuring nine-year-old tech whizz Detective Dot.

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Test - Detective Dot Book
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Test - Detective Dot Book

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Test - Detective Dot Ebook
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Test - Detective Dot Ebook

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Test - CIA Membership
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Test - CIA Membership

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Meet Detective Dot + The Gang

Detective Dot

Detective Dot

Secret agent for the CIA, nine-year-old Dot loves all things tech. But, she knows having a smartphone means nothing if you don’t have a smart brain to use it!

Drone

Drone

A small flying robot, Dot’s programmed Drone to to do all sorts of cool spy stuff. Unless she’s low on battery, has a bug, or worst of all - can’t get signal (cue rage mode).

Tumble

Tumble

Tumble used to be a designer t-shirt, and he won't let anyone forget about it. He only stops talking about himself when he's posing for selfies, and his silliness often lands the gang in trouble.

Shelly Belly

Shelly Belly

Teenage gazillionaire Shelly Belly puts profit before babies, kittens and people. But how does the inventor of Lav Nav make everything so cheap? Dot is on the case.

What people are saying


  • _Informative, funny, original.

    _Mary Moncrieffe, Parent of 2, 7 Dec 2016

  • _Since reading it my son has certainly been more considered in his approach to the world - I'm constantly being asked what things are made of, what country they come from. etc. It's gratifying and infuriating in equal measure. Thank god for Google.

    _Fionnuala O'Driscoll, Mum, 30 Nov 2016

  • _Perfect for school libraries: coding & ethics in supply chains.

    _@FairtradeUKEd, 11 Dec 2016

  • _I like the depth in the characters and the fact you haven't dumbed down the computer language too much. I also like the multi- cultural dimension of the characters and how children come across as being both powerful and agents for change in the world.

    _Hayley Davis, Teacher, 31 Jul 2016

  • _The look of total joy on my daughter's face when she realised she was a secret agent was priceless.

    _Simon Cook, London