Nancy Drew Notebooks #44: The Purple Fingerprint
Nancy Drew Notebooks Series Book #44 of 69
Author: Carolyn Keene
Illustrator: Jan Naimo Jones
|Published on October 2, 2001|
|Age Group: 6 - 9 years|
|Reading Level: ||AR: 3.1 (1.0 Point, Quiz #54525)|
Can Nancy save her favorite TV show from going off the air?
"Macaroni and cheese, please!" eight-year-old Nancy Drew called out from the lunch line.
"For all of us!" Bess Marvin said.
George Fayne gave Bess a nudge.
" - Please!" Bess added quickly.
Bess and George were Nancy's two best friends. They were also cousins who looked very different. George - whose real name was Georgia - had brown eyes and dark curly hair. Bess had blue eyes and long blond hair.
But all three friends had a lot in common. They were in Mrs. Reynolds's third-grade class at Carl Sandburg Elementary School. And they couldn't wait for macaroni-and-cheese Monday.
Nancy gets the big picture from a really tiny clue!
Nancy and her friends love Mr. Lizard's Funhouse - it's their favorite TV show. But now Mr. Lizard is going to be replaced - by a cooking show! Nancy gets the kids in school to sign a petition to save the Show, but when she brings it to the TV station, it says in big purple letters, "Get rid of Mr. Lizard!"
From the lunch lady to a science whiz kid, anyone in school Could have written the nasty note. Then Nancy's father gives her a special gift - a magnifying glass. It's just the thing for an upclose look at her best clue - a distinctive purple fingerprint!
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