Monday, October 26, 2009

First Clues, Mysteries for Kids: Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Titles for November 2009

First Clues: Mysteries for Kids

is your source for information on over 100 mystery series for children and young adults where each series is conveniently listed under four different age categories (New Sleuths, ages 4 to 6; Future Sleuths, ages 7 to 9; Sleuths in Training, ages 10 to 12, and Apprentice Sleuths, ages 13 and older), is pleased to announce The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew series books that are scheduled for release during November, 2009.

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Babysitting Bandit by Carolyn Keene

Babysitting Bandit by Carolyn Keene
Series:

When a neighbor hires Nancy, Bess, and George to take care of her eighteen-month-old identical twins, the girls are happy to help. After all, the Clue Crew has stopped would-be thieves, uncovered scams, and recovered stolen objects -- how hard can watching a couple of babies be?

But being a mother's helper is trickier than they thought, especially when the twins' toys start disappearing. Can the Clue Crew look after the babies and figure out who's taking the toys, or are they in too far over their heads this time?

The 23rd book in this series featuring a young Nancy Drew.

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

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Cliffhanger by Stefan Petrucha and Sarah Kinney

Cliffhanger by Stefan Petrucha and Sarah Kinney
Series:

Nancy Drew is in a tight spot! It all starts when Nancy trails a masked jewel thief in the woodlands around River Heights. After running into a group of hikers, Nancy asks if they’ve seen anyone, only to find that one of the hikers is also the thief! When Nancy breaks off from the group to make a phone call, she is pushed from behind and ends up dangling from a tree root, afraid to call for help lest the crook find her. This time, its up to Bess and George to help their dear friend Nancy Drew.

The 19th graphic novel in this series based on the character created by Carolyn Keene.

Nancy Drew Graphic Novels are recommended for readers aged 10 and older.

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Killer Mission by Franklin W. Dixon

Killer Mission by Franklin W. Dixon
Series:

The 1st book in the "Killer" trilogy.

Mission: To investigate the shady goings-on at the exclusive private boarding school Willis Firth Academy.

Location: The mountains of New England.

Potential Victims: The brothers of Gamma Theta Theta, the most elite fraternity on campus, seem to be on the receiving end of all of Firth's biggest (and most dangerous) problems.

Suspects: The members of the frat may seem like brothers to everyone else, but Gamma Theta Theta insiders know that within the ivy-covered walls the boys are definitely not one big happy family ...

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

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Chaos at 30,000 Feet! by Scott Lobdell and Paulo Henrique

Chaos at 30,000 Feet! by Scott Lobdell and Paulo Henrique
Series:

When inner city kids are gifted pilot lessons from a flight school, several of them go up but don't come down! Where did they go? Where did they land? Could they not have landed at all?

Joe and Frank take to the skies in this high flying adventure as the undercover brothers seek get to the bottom of this mystery ... even if they have to sail the clouds to get the answers!

The 19th graphic novel in this series based on characters created by Franklin W. Dixon.

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

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