Series: Zac Power

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Poison Island by H.I. Larrybook 1
Zac Power: Ultimate Mission by H.I. Larry
Deep Waters by H.I. Larrybook 2
Mind Games by H.I. Larrybook 3
Frozen Fear by H.I. Larrybook 4
Tomb of Doom by H.I. Larrybook 5
Night Raid by H.I. Larrybook 6
Lunar Strike by H.I. Larrybook 7
Sudden Drop by H.I. Larrybook 8
Blockbuster by H.I. Larrybook 9
Shockwave by H.I. Larrybook 10
High Risk by H.I. Larrybook 11
Undercover by H.I. Larrybook 12
Sky High by H.I. Larrybook 13
Volcanic Panic by H.I. Larrybook 14
Boot Camp by H.I. Larrybook 15
Zac Pack (4-in-1) by H.I. Larrybooks 12-15
Swamp Race by H.I. Larrybook 16
Thrill Ride by H.I. Larrybook 17
Horror House by H.I. Larrybook 18
Close Shave by H.I. Larrybook 19
Shipwreck by H.I. Larrybook 20
Overdrive by H.I. Larrybook 21
River Rampage by H.I. Larrybook 22
Foul Play by H.I. Larrybook 23
Fossil Fury by H.I. Larrybook 24
Shock Music by H.I. Larrybook 25

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  1. Zac's Sticky Fix by H.I. Larry (2009)
  2. Just Tricking! by Andy Griffiths (1997)
  3. Captain Underpants And The Preposterous Plight Of The Purple Potty People by Dav Pilkey (2006)
  4. Tashi by Anna Fienberg (1995)
  5. Rowan of Rin by Emily Rodda (1993)
  6. The Gizmo by Paul Jennings (1994)
  7. Super Diaper Baby 2: The Invasion of the Potty Snatchers by Dav Pilkey (2011)
  8. A Fabumouse School Adventure by Geronimo Stilton (2009)
  9. The Karate Mouse by Geronimo Stilton (2005)
  10. Yuck's Big Bogeys by Matt and Dave (2006)
    Same series: Yuck's Pet Worm (Yuck)
  11. Grommet Saves the World (Aussie Chomps) by James Moloney (2003)
  12. Dragon's Nest by Emily Rodda (2003)
  13. Secret Agent Jack Stalwart: Book 2: The Search for the Sunken Treasure: Australia by Elizabeth Singer Hunt (2006)
  14. South By Southeast by Anthony Horowitz (1991)
  15. Ruby Redfort Take Your Last Breath (Book #2) by Lauren Child (2012)

Series description

The Zac Power series has won the hearts and inspired the imaginations of children all over the world, with almost 1 million books sold since its launch in 2006. The series is designed for early readers who may have outgrown themes in regular school readers but are not yet ready to read more complex and sophisticated adventure books. The books are high on action, but low on word count, with illustrations of the awesome gadgets Zac uses on his missions which act as reading breaks.

ach book is a stand-alone story in which Zac is sent on an exciting mission by the Government Investigation Bureau, the top secret organisation he is a member of. Zac is a 12-year-old boy who comes from a family of spies. Seemingly ordinary, he has a secret life full of extraordinary fast-paced adventures involving state-of-the-art gadgets and spy equipment.

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