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My 6 year old is loving this series. It's easy enough that she reads (in kindergarten) about 70% of it and I fill in the rest. I don't have to explain many concepts to her, it's about the right level for that, and there's some great character building lessons.
Read in any order- Classic Nancy Drew stand alone greatness in almost every one.
But like the "Just Grace" and the "Ivy & Bean" books, this is one that my nine-year old neice can't wait to devour once she gets it. It's actually part of sneaky plan to get her reading the original Nancy Drew stories and then on to Agatha Christie!
The seller did an excellent job, but the book was not quite what I expected. NOT the seller's fault, by any means. It's just that it's been "updated" with all kinds of modern terminology. That kind of spoiled it for me. Paul Knoke
Who wears a blue scarf and old rubber boots, and has broccoli for a nose? It's Sherlock -- Nancy, Bess, and George's snowman! The girls are thrilled to be on winter vacation and take part in all of the season's activities! Nancy's friend Deirdre has even transformed herself into Madame Chocolata, a fortune-teller who predicts the future by reading hot cocoa marshmallows!
But the wintry days get a little too chilly after many of Deirdre's visions come true. Sherlock even goes missing -- just as predicted! Can the Clue Crew put a freeze on this mystery before it snowballs out of control?