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Joining Astronomy Club member George at River Heights' planetarium to meet a famous astronomer, Nancy and Bess help investigate when the astronomer is wrongly accused of stealing a sophisticated telescope. When Nancy and her friends take a job babysitting eighteen-month-old identical twins, they must discover what is happening to the twins' disappearing toys.
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The Nancy Drew Notebooks, 4. This book had everything: mystery, adventure, secret codes, archaeology, thrilling discoveries, friendship—safe and sane as these books may be, for a farm-town kid ensconced in an upstate village of people and dairy cattle, this was heady stuff indeed.
I never looked back, and I never outgrew my love of Nancy Drew. If you ever need evidence of this, feel free to come to my house.
The Nancy Drew Project: Book # The Secret of the Forgotten City
I can show you my collection. I have Nancy Drew books and growing. Collectible dot shelves here and there; a few pieces of original Nancy Drew artwork adorn the walls. There are precious few of us out there though I have always contended there are not nearly enough of us out there. Many social critics have observed that it is our leisure time, and not our working hours, that truly defines us, whether we obsess over baseball statistics or knitting patterns or growing a pumpkin the size of a Winnebago. I obsess over Nancy Drew and her fellow girl and boy sleuths.
I belong to two different girl sleuth societies; I attend Nancy Drew conventions yes, we have them, and they are spectacular ; I re-read the books; I ponder them. And I use them to understand the world.