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April Fool's Day by Carolyn Keene
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Review: Nancy Drew is a series of chapter books about Nancy and her friends solving mysteries. This specific book was about a mystery on april fools day. This book is a great chapter book for 4th through 6th graders. While reading this book I was interested the whole time. It was filled with suspenseful moments.

Summary: Nancy Drew and the April fools day mystery was about Nancy and her friend April's, April fools day party. They arrive and meet all of April's friends. There were two girls that attended the party, Heidi and Miranda, who seemed a little rude and bratty. They both had cell phones and game players that they were showing off to the other girls. After they all eat pizza and hang out, Heidi and Miranda realize that their cell phone and game players were missing. April asks Nancy and her friends George and Bess to help solve the mystery of the missing items. After a while of looking around and finding clues, Nancy and her crew realize the whole mystery was not a mystery at all, it was an April fools joke.

This is a very well written children's chapter book. The book holds children's interest throughout the story. As the story goes on there are more and more crimes being committed and April asks Nancy and her friends to help solve the crime. You don't find out until the very end what the whole mystery was.

The whole meaning to this chapter book was about friendship. At first April's friends Miranda and Heidi start acting very fake and April is confused. She lets it slide by, but at the end she finally asks them why they were acting like that and they explained that they were acting like that because it was all apart of their April Fools joke. ( )
  knold1 | Sep 9, 2014 |
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Nancy, George, and Bess have been invited to an April Fool's Day party at their new schoolmate's house, with each guest bringing a gag to the party and the best prank winning a special prize. When two of the guests' fancy new electronics go missing, Nancy knows it's no joke, and the Clue Crew are on the case to find the missing gadgets.… (more)

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