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The Make-a-Pet Mystery (Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew #31)

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Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew are out to solve the case of a stolen stuffed animal.

River Heights has gone gaga over Make-a-Pets! Nancy and her friends are excited to make their own cuddly stuffed animals—and play the online game Petopia that goes along with Make-a-Pet animals.

But when Nancy’s friend, Violet, discovers that Hoppity, her Make-a-Pet, is missing, the Clue Crew
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Paperback, 96 pages
Published January 3rd 2012 by Aladdin
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Beverly
Apr 03, 2012 Beverly rated it liked it
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Having read old Nancy Drew books back in the 1960s, I was curious about this series for young readers. The story was pretty good, it certainly tackled problems that children are likely to face at school and with friends. This series is updated for this century, with Nancy and friends using computers and instant messaging. The black and white drawings throughout the book enhance the story.
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Mar 01, 2012 Deanna rated it really liked it
I like this series. It is about a make-a-pet named Hoppity that gets stolin. will they be able to get her back in time?


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