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  1. Written By: Jane O’Connor Illustrated By: Robin Preiss Glasser • By Dakota Christiano

  2. Other titles from this author • Nina, Nina Ballerina • Nina, Nina, Star Ballerina • Ooh La La! It’s Beauty Day • Princess Buttercup • Ready or Not, Here Comes Scout! • Sir Small and the Dragonfly • Snail City • Splat! • Super Cluck • The 100th Day of School • The Snow Globe Family • The Teeny Tiny Woman • The series of Fancy Nancy • The series of Nancy Clancy

  3. Genre: Fiction/Mystery • Something went missing but Nancy and Bree are on the case. They hunt for clues, fingerprints and anything that will solve this mystery.

  4. Setting • This book Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth took place in her school, Nancy’s house, and Nancy’s backyard where Nancy and Bree set up their super sleuth headquarters.

  5. Plot Summary • One day Two 4th graders that are best friends named Nancy and Bree had everything they needed to solve a mystery. At school they had memento day. Nancy brought pyrite, which is fools gold. Mr. Dundy, Nancy and Bree’s teacher brought in single blue marble. He showed the class how to play his favorite game as a kid, marbles . • The next day was family day, when you show your memento's to your family. Bree took pictures of everything that day. At the end of the day Mr. Dundy’s marble was missing. Nancy looked at the pictures that Bree took to see if they could see anything suspicious. But out of all the suspects Nancy thought they had, they could have never imaged it was someone so close to her.

  6. Evaluation • I recommend this book to almost anyone. Why? Because it’s about friendship and it’s about working together. The “group” that would enjoy this book the most would be the kind of person who likes a good mystery and suspense. I had an interest in this book because when I was little I read Fancy Nancy and this book is when she is older.