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The Slumber Party Secret (Nancy Drew: Notebooks #1)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  200 ratings  ·  18 reviews
When someone steals the invitations for Rebecca Ramirez's birthday slumber party, Nancy Drew promises to find them.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Aladdin (first published January 1st 1994)
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A great choice for mystery fans who aren't old enough to read the more mature Nancy Drew adventures. In this series Nancy is 8, Bess and George are also in these stories, they are simple to read, have fun pictures and are not frightening.

In Nancy's first mystery she's asked to find the missing invitations to a friend's slumber party. They disappeared from her kitchen and there are plenty of suspects to choose from, Rebecca's next door neighbor, girls who weren't invited and of course the boys in
This book was cute! I love Nancy Drew! The books about her are the best!
A great children's book but very short..
Yasuko Takatsuki
2011.6.11 9800words
Warning: This review may contain spoilers.

This was one of the good books from my childhood! I was always intrigued with mystery stories. Books that involved Nancy Drew fed my interest. I found it interesting to read books from her younger days. They may seem very childish, but hey! It is still a fast and fun read.
Deborah Harris
Dec 27, 2013 Deborah Harris added it
Shelves: a21, ar-2
AR Quiz No. 25941 EN Fiction
Accelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 2.9 - AR Pts: 1.0
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Jacinta Singh
i really want to read this book via goodreads but when i click onto that book i dont know what happens :'( can some1 plizz tell mi how can i read this book via goodreads *desparate*
Meghan M.
I thought this book was pretty good but I think it should of had two things happening a once!! The problem is it was only about one thing. But I had no idea who the thief was!!
I'm a big fan of children's books and the older Nancy Drew stories, so I thought I'd see what these were like. Ugh! I couldn't even finish this, it was so badly written!
Aww I remember these! I think they were the very first chapter books I ever read. I remember them being quite funny although the mystery was never very hard to figure out.
Isabella Collins
i liked this book because it had so many characters and who could ruin the sleep over and i recommend this book to all
7 year old loved this one. It is the first book in a long series of Nancy Drew's.
This is the story of Nancy's very first mystery! The kid really enjoyed it.
This book is really funny, I love mysteries!
Amy Richard
Just read this with the kid. :) She loved it!!!
Amy Richard
Just read this with the kid. :) She loved it!!!
Nancy is at a freaky slumber party!
Feb 09, 2011 Katherine rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Little Kids
So cute!
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