The books have been tested in 2,000 schools and can be used interactively through CD-Roms and whiteboards.
But everybody doesn't necessarily agree with their view.
Charlie Higson, author of the Young Bond books, welcomed the OUP's attempt to write fiction for boys, but questioned the books' reliance on computer images.
"They look absolutely ghastly," he said.
"The point is that books are different to computers - that's the whole point. If kids want to play with computers, they'll play with computers, not read these stories."
Read on to see if you agree with this or not.