The Spy School Collection

SPY SCHOOL COLLECTION

Finally.

The first three books in the New York Times bestselling Spy School series by Stuart Gibbs are now available together in a collectible boxed set!

Can an undercover nerd become a superstar agent? Ben Ripley sure hopes so—and his life may depend on it!

When Ben Ripley is recruited to the CIA’s Academy of Espionage, it’s a dream come true. But as soon as he gets on campus, Ben finds out that Spy School is way more deadly than debonair. And given his total lack of coordination and failure to grasp even the most basic spying skills, Ben begins to wonder what he’s doing here in the first place.

Luckily, through a series of hilarious misadventures, Ben realizes he could actually become a halfway decent spy…if he can survive all the attempts being made on his life!

Ideal for newcomers to the series and loyal fans alike, this collection includes paperback editions of Spy SchoolSpy Camp, and Evil Spy School.

Click here to pre-order it!

55 thoughts on “The Spy School Collection

  1. I hope you write another book, Mr.Gibbs. I have read all of the spy school series, and I would love it if you would write another book. Although I hesitated giving my email address, but I trust that you’re not a bad guy like Murray! (Ha! Ha!) Yeah, I know, not funny. That’s one suggestion that I was going to make. You shouldn’t ask people for their email. They might feel intruded, no offense. I’m sorry if I irked you. Maybe you should get into more detail about Mike, Ben Ripley’s friend. I would make it from Ben’s perspective, but find a way to add more of Mike in. This is just a proposition. You don’t have to even consider this idea, but I would love for you to a least deem it for even one second. I hope I hear back from you soon.

  2. can you confirm another spy school book because at the very end it said something about operation muskrat and mike possibly getting recruited.

    BTW love the series

  3. I love all your books. I have almost read all your books! You have a great series!
    I am first in line at the library for your new book (spy ski school). I hope your new
    Book is going to be the best of all of them. Thanks for writing AWESOME BOOKS!!?
    Logan 3rd grade.

  4. Can you please write another spy book, because your books are so awesome that I feels like that I can not live without it.

  5. Dear Mr.Gibbs,

    We meet once again, and I have read Spy Ski School. I can’t wait for next fall because Spy School #5 comes out according to your response to Jon. I love the books.

    Bye,
    Rena G.

  6. Hi Mr. Gibbs,

    I think it would be interesting if you made one of the spies-in-training have a younger sibling. Maybe Erica can have a brother who is as bad as Alexander at being a spy, or maybe someone similar. This is just a suggestion, so I am fine if you choose to not add in something like this into the story, but I think this would be able to create more opportunities for arguing and character development, like Erica’s relationship with her father.

    Thanks,
    Justin

  7. I love your books especially the spy school series can yoy please write one last book in the spy school series.

  8. yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    what is the title of the next one

  9. Mr. Gibbs,
    I have just read ski spy school. I wish I did not read it in three days. this does not ultimately effect the plot. I know you plan ahead. But, for me at least it would be nice if the book was longer. It may make less enjoyable if it is too long but what if you added on a few hundred more pages? ski spy school was 350 pages maybe 450 or 500? either way your books are great. When Ben annoyed I feel annoyed when Ben is happy I feel happy and when the book ends reality sinks in and I wait for the next book to come out.

  10. Ben –

    It’s a little too late for me to make Spy School longer. Also, I’m not sure what else could have happened that wouldn’t have felt like I was just adding pages.

  11. looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooove ur books there amazin. I wish u could Make books forever! When is ss6 coming out!

  12. Stu I love ur books and I’m only 9! Ur the best and my favorite author (I read a lot of books so that’s saying something)

  13. Stu I love ur books and I’m only 9! Ur the best and my favorite author (I read a lot of books so that’s saying something)and I don’t know if it’s too late but can u make this one longer because I never want it to end

  14. Fish –

    If you check the right hand side of my website, all the release dates are listed there. If there is not a release date listed that means I don’t know the release date yet.

  15. im 17 (lol) and absolutely love your books, the spy school series were my favorite! when I finished the ski spy camp the thought came to me…. its going to be a long while before the next one comes out! noooooo! why did I read it so soon and so fast!?
    keep up the AWESOME work!

  16. I tried to save Spy Ski School for Winter Break, but I finished it in 2 days. ITS SO GOOD.
    I’m thinking of doing a sort of Spy School Fan Based Book, related to what spy school is like (a kid spy) but not actual Spy School itself, is it ok if I borrow your idea of a kid spy? I wont use the school part, only the spy being a kid.

  17. ADDING ON TO PREVIOUS COMMENT:
    I would like some advice for making my book funny, because you have a reputation in my book life for having amazing books that are funny and creative, but I’m not like that. Maybe a couple tips and advice on how to change my story up would be good. Of course you don’t have to though, but it would be nice.
    Thanks from,
    Matt

  18. Matt –

    I can’t really give you tips on how to make your work creative and funny, other than to read books that you think are creative and funny (not just mine).

  19. There is going to be a Spy School #6 in Fall 2018. I read it up in the headlines! I am so excited about it!!!!!!!!!! I love your writing style Mr. Gibbs.

  20. Nathaniel –

    That depends on the library. Call your local library and ask them. If they don’t have it, ask them to get it.

  21. Dear Mr. Gibbs, I am very awesomely intrigued by the way you capture the readers’ attention. Your Spy School series, in general, carries a feeling of… warmth, if you know what I mean. The books relate to me and for others, making it much more desirable, and that trait is a very important one to hang on to. Your books deserve less criticism and more marvels about how deep it makes you think. The expected is unexpected and builds suspense to a–constant climax, if I may. Ben sure helps us understand what’s going on, because he is an “unqualified” so that Erica constantly has to teach him, in the process teaching us. I am grateful for that approach, because many books destine their protagonist to be capable at everything they see, which takes away the ability to relate, therefore dropping interest. I hope your direction to the books you envision are of the same feeling of involvement and relatability.

  22. Stuart gibbs! I love your books! The MBA series is amazing and i read all of fun jungle. But spy school series is my favorite of all!! Make more! also, what does it mean by his friends could double cross him or sway to the enemy base? Spy School Secret Service must be the real deal! So, plzzz make more and respond!

  23. Thomas –

    I’m not sure I can make things any clearer than that. Just know there will be some twists in the next book.

  24. Mr. Gibbs, I am sorry if you already have this, but please have Mike get recruited. Also, how would I be able to preorder SSSS(spy school 5)??

  25. Hajune –

    I make the books as long as they ought to be. If I felt that they should be longer, I would make them longer. But I don’t think you would want me to make a book longer just to do it. Then it would feel padded and poorly edited.

  26. Dear Stuart, Gibbs,
    Thank you so much for writing so many good books. I’ve spent hours (if not days) reading your books especially the spy school series. i started with ski spy school (only because i stumbled on to the audio-book) and instant loved it!!! then i listened to evil spy school (because it was the only other audio-book version i could find) and instantly loved that one to then i read spy school and spy camp which i also loved. after that i found the MBA series then Fun-jungle. I’ve had a ton of laughs moments of sheer confusion which just added to the fun!!! thank you for it all and never quit the great work!!! My only question is about you how did you start writing books and do you have any tips for and aspiring author. Thanks for your time!!!

  27. Jason –

    I started by writing when I was a kid. I wrote and wrote and wrote, and that’s what I would recommend any aspiring writers do too. The more you write, the better you get.

    I took a circuitous route to writing books, starting with newspapers, then movies, then TV, but I always wanted to write books first and foremost.

  28. First, why can’t I leave a comment on any other book but this one? That seems strange to me. Anyway, dude your Funjungle books are so addicting! I just blew through all 4 in a week and a half. (I had already read Belly Up years ago, but I reread it) Man, you should hurry up with that 5th book if possible! I know it’s probably hard to do seeing as you have 3 ongoing serieses with long books that get released pretty much every year (which is very impressive, by the way) but I really can’t wait until the next Funjungle one! Sucks that it’s scheduled for release in 2 years. Anyway, keep writing! Love your books!

  29. Soren –

    You’ve figured out the problem: Too many books to write. I’m doing my best, but there’s simply no way to get FJ5 out any earlier.

  30. dear Stuart Gibbs

    I am writing a book and i was wondering if it would be okay if i used the title of one of your books in the scene.

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