Monday, May 25, 2009

First Clues: Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys, Books for May and June 2009

First Clues: Mysteries for Kids

, your source for information on over 100 mystery series for children and young adults where each series is conveniently listed under three different age categories (New Sleuth, ages 4 to 7; Future Sleuth, aged 7 to 10; and Sleuth in Training, ages 10 and older), is pleased to announce Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys books that are scheduled for release during May and June, 2009.

Treasure Trouble by Carolyn Keene

Treasure Trouble by Carolyn Keene

Nancy, George, and Bess are headed to beautiful Barnacle Beach for a pirate-themed birthday party. They've planned every detail, from nautical party games to a real chest of buried treasure. This is going to be the most fun party ever! Until none of the guests show up. Perhaps they've been scared off by mythical beach monster Lonny the Lake Lizard. But that's just silly -- monsters aren't real, right? And now the treasure is gone! This looks like another case for the Clue Crew -- time to find the missing treasure, and the missing friends, too!

Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew mysteries are recommended for readers aged 7 to 9.

Model Crime by Carolyn Keene

Model Crime by Carolyn Keene

The first book in the Model Mystery Trilogy.

Sydney, Bess and George's cousin and my good friend, is finally getting married to her fiancé, Vic! We're so happy for her, and we're sure it's going to be a beautiful wedding -- after all, she's a famous model and he's a reality TV stud. Plus, we're all bridesmaids! Imagine seeing George in a dress. But that's where the fun and games stop. As Sydney prepares for her wedding, mysterious things start happening to her and Vic. Vic is almost poisoned, and Sydney's bridal shower is sabotaged -- and there are too many suspects to count. But why would anyone want to ruin Sydney's special day? These can't be coincidences. I'm sure there is something sinister afoot, and I'm determined to find it out and help my friend.

Nancy Drew, Girl Detective mysteries are recommended for readers aged 10 and older.

Galaxy X by Franklin W. Dixon

Galaxy X by Franklin W. Dixon

The first book in the Galaxy X trilogy.

The Mission: To find out who is trying to sabotage the opening of the brand-new X Games theme park, Galaxy X. The Location: Galaxy X, a new theme park in sunny California. The Potential Victims: Music producer and Galaxy X owner Tyrone McKenzie and his family, as well as anyone who shows up to the GX premiere week. The Suspects: There are protestors outside the gates, but are there people on the inside who have a motive to sabotage the opening?

The Hardy Boys, Undercover Brothers mysteries are recommended for readers aged 10 and older.

Word Up! by Scott Lobdell and Paulo Henrique

Word Up! by Scott Lobdell and Paulo Henrique

Someone has made death threats against a high school talk radio host ... and it’s up to Joe and Frank Hardy to find out who is making these threats and why. Before they can focus on that however, they’ve got to make sure their radio host stays alive and on the air! They may not agree with the boy's bombastic and bellicose style, but the brothers will risk life and limb to protect his right to say it!

The Hardy Boys Graphic Novels are recommended for readers aged 10 and older.

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