Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew #22: Unicorn Uproar
Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew Series Book #37 of 40 in alphabetical order (switch to publication order)
Author: Carolyn Keene
Illustrator: Macky Pamintuan
|Published on August 27, 2009|
|Age Group: 6 - 9 years|
|Reading Level: ||AR: 3.6 (1.0 Point, Quiz #133888)|
Lexile® measure: 590L
When the unicorn from the town's medieval fair disappears, Nancy, Bess, and George search for clues to solve the mystery. Includes instructions for making a magic wand.
"Good people of River Heights!" Mayor Strong announced. His suit of armor creaked as he threw his arms up into the air. "I, Sir Mayor the Strong, welcome thee to the Dragon's Breath Fair!"
Eight-year-old Nancy Drew cheered with her best friends, Bess Marvin and George Fayne. It was the start of the Dragon's Breath Fair, a medieval festival that came to the girls' town every fall.
"What is 'medieval,' anyway?" Bess asked.
"It was a time hundreds of years ago," Nancy explained. "When there were kings, queens, jesters—and knights in shining armor."
"And dragons!" George said, her dark eyes flashing. "Don't forget about dragons."
"Oh, no!" Bess gasped. "What do we do if we run into a fire-breathing dragon here at the fair?"
"Roast marshmallows!" George joked.
The girls turned back to the mayor. He was telling the crowd the fun they would have.
The Great Unicorn Caper!
Sparkle the unicorn has gone missing from the town's medieval festival. Did third-grade diva Destiny Delgado or the mischievous Toby Leo steal Sparkle? Or did the wand Nancy bought from the fortune-teller make Sparkle disappear? Once again it's up to Nancy, Bess, and George to look for clues and find the culprit. Follow the Clue Crew as they solve this magical mystery!
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