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e-Book Without a Trace (Nancy Drew, Girl Detective) download

e-Book Without a Trace (Nancy Drew, Girl Detective) download

by Carolyn Keene

ISBN: 1590548191
ISBN13: 978-1590548196
Language: English
Publisher: Fitzgerald Books (January 1, 2007)
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subategory: For Kids

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Rating: 4.6
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Title: Without A Trace Author: Carolyn Keene Series: Nancy Drew: Girl Detective, 1 Format: ebook Length . Summary: Nancy, a girl detective who has already solved tons of crimes around the neighborhood runs into another crime where someone is smashing vegetables on her block.

Synopsis: Hi, I'm Nancy Drew, and I've got a case to crack. Actually make that two cases. First a gorgeous Fabergé egg has been stolen. A nice new neighbor from another country has her prize artwork stolen as well and it is up to Nancy to solve both crimes. The culprits end up being some of the most unlikely of the suspects.

Ulltimate Nancy Drew Girl Detective (Collection Books Boxed Set). Without a Trace A Race Against Time False Notes High Risk. Carolyn Keene is the author of the ever-popular Nancy Drew books.

Home Carolyn Keene Without a Trace. Part of Girl Detective series by Carolyn Keene. Hi, I’m Nancy Drew, and I’ve got a case to crack. Actually, make that two cases. First, a gorgeous Fabergé egg has been stolen.

Nancy Drew: Girl Detective replaced the long-running Nancy Drew mysteries series, which began in 1930. This new series is written in first person narration, from Nancy's point of view, and features updated and overhauled versions of the main Nancy Drew characters. New secondary characters are introduced to populate River Heights and appear over multiple books, adding a framework to Nancy's world.

Carolyn keene series: Girl Detective.

Library of Congress Control Number 2007921470. Carolyn keene series: Girl Detective.

Without a Trace is the first book in the Nancy Drew: Girl Detective series. It was first published March 1, 2004, by Aladdin, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. In this book, Nancy investigates a stolen family heirloom and a vegetable vandal.

Book 1 of 47 in the Nancy Drew Girl Detective Series. As the original author of the Nancy Drew series, Mildred Wirt Benson (Carolyn keene) created one of the most exciting tales involving fearless teen age detective who was always on a mission to solve a case

Book 1 of 47 in the Nancy Drew Girl Detective Series. As the original author of the Nancy Drew series, Mildred Wirt Benson (Carolyn keene) created one of the most exciting tales involving fearless teen age detective who was always on a mission to solve a case. This case in the book was about, the zucchini, and the egg robbery. Nancy Drew the main character and all of her friends try to solve the case.

Hi, I'm Nancy Drew, and I've got a case to crack. This book is about a group of girls (george, Bessy and Nancy) who start their investigation with trying to find out who messed up the zuchini from the vegetable garden Читать весь отзыв.

Comments:
Kagaramar
When I was a little girl, people had to send in extrication equipment to get me out of the chair in which I nestled reading every Nancy Drew title I could find. Even having reached an age more appropriate to "Murder, She Wrote" than Nancy Drew, I was still thrilled at the idea that there would now be more. The first four of the new series do not thrill.
The plot lines are pedestrian--and yet often unbelievable. In one story, Nancy's dad reacts strongly to a name she mentions at dinner--twice. He doesn't refuse to talk about it, but his daughter just wanders off wondering why he reacted that way instead of asking him!
The style appears way too simple for 9 to 12 year olds. Isn't this the same bracket that the Potter series aimed at? I think we're underestimating these kids.
Nancy Drew has traded her roadster for a hybrid--yay, Nancy! Unfortunately, the publisher has evidently furnished no technical information about this kind of vehicle, because every time the car is mentioned, the writer makes errors.
Each story line makes a big deal of how ditsy Nancy is, that she forgets to gas up her car, for instance. In one story, the writer has Nancy's car run out of gas, and she just barely gets it to the side of the road before the engine stops. This is 100% inaccurate. The hybrid I drive shows very clearly what your gas level is, right on a screen in front of you, not hidden to the side. When the gas level becomes low, a voice speaks to you in French and English, warning you to gas up. And even if the car DOES run out of gas, the electric motor takes over and one can drive miles on electricity alone. In other words, the car will not just stop because it's out of gas.
This kind of thing really reduces the credibility of the entire effort. I know there are better writers out there who could do better justice to our favorite mystery heroine.

Kaghma
I was really excited about seeing this new Nancy Drew series. I really thought the character of Nancy would be more mature, and that the characters would be put in more mature situations. But, I was wrong. This book is even more childish then the series was back in the 1930's. Very disappointing.
Oh yeah, Amazon will charge you $5 for this book but the cover price is only .99 cents. for US buyers, and Canadians. If you look closing you can see it on the front of the cover.
Your welcome.

Kage
The book was really good, but, when I finished a chapter it left me hanging so I wanted to read more,more and more!!!! Over all I thought it was a good book. I definitely recommend this book!!!!!

Virn
Without A Trace is an inauspicious beginning to the "All New Girl Detective" series. Firstly and most importantly, the problem is Nancy herself. In the original series, she was feisty, intelligent, loyal, rich, fashionable, and thoughtful. I give these people credit for trying to perserve these qualities (as other spin-off series have not) but it didn't work. In trying to make Nancy more human, they've lost her appeal. She used to be every girl's dream for growing up. Now she's just another fictitious detective, not as smart as most.
The first-person narrative is dull reading, and makes Nancy sound dull-witted. The people tried to make her human through the first-person and by making her a "casual" dresser, slightly klutzy forgetful. A beginning reader could probably understand most of the book, including the two simple mysteries. The first-person does distinguish the series from "Nancy Drew Files" and "Nancy Drew On Campus," but it is just boring.
The plot tension is lame, too. The only things at stake in the novel are neighborly relations over a couple of vandalized vegetables and a new neighbor's loss of a valuable Faberge egg. The solutions to both mysteries are gimmicky and lacking in the genius of the originals.
Bess, George, and Ned have lost their personalities too. Bess is a girly girl--and then, in a random, vain stab at avoiding stereotype, she is also an auto mechanic. George is an internet junkie, in an attempt to modernize the characters, and Ned is a warmhearted, bland doormat with no romantic tension at all.
However, the book had a few good points: Nancy is still helpful and polite, volunteering at the animal shelter on the weekends and now driving a hybrid car. The writers have stayed closer to the Nancy we love than the "Nancy Drew On Campus" series, which turned her into a brat. There are a few amusing moments. The book is wholesome, easy to understand, and may be entertaining for younger readers.
However, older readers will realize that Nancy has lost her class and her sparkle. Real Nancy fans are better off rereading original series.

Arashigore
As the original author of the Nancy Drew series,
Mildred Wirt Benson (Carolyn keene) created one of the most exciting tales involving fearless teen age detective who was always on a mission to solve a case.

This case in the book was about, the zucchini, and the egg robbery. Nancy Drew the main character and all of her friends try to solve the case. Although it seemed hard at first, with all of her neighbors, friends and families support, Nancy was able to solve the mystery.

At first when I read the blurb on the back I thought it was immature. It sounded quite brainless. I felt like who would want to read something about zucchini and egg being stolen? But, when I gave it a try, it was pretty good.
It really helped me think outside the box and to expect the unexpected. It was not at all brainless or boring.

I would recommend this book to 4th graders from the age of 8-10.

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