Just Added! The Cover Art, Details and Synopsis for The Hardy Boys #5 Hunting for Hidden Gold

The title of the post gives you the clues you need and here’s the link to check out the info and cover art The Hardy Boys Books ~ Titles, Covers, and More! 🙂 Also if you’d like to read my review of this exciting Hardy Boys Mystery here’s the link for The Hardy Boys #5 Hunting for Hidden Gold. 🙂 Hope you enjoy my posts and the Hardy Boys book – it has plenty of thrilling excitement and danger in it! If you’re ready for wintery weather, there’s snow, too. 😎 You can get the hardback or the ebook for various devices in bookstores and libraries. 🙂 Maybe you can read it during the weekend! 🙂

I’m sorry for not as many posts and pages, but I hope to have more – it’s not like I don’t have anything to say, because I definitely have plenty to talk about! 😀 I’ve been really busy and all, but lots of stuff planned and looking forward to having on here! 🙂 Books to review and brand new fanfiction to post along with a trailer for each. 🙂 I hope and pray you’re all doing well – love you guys! 🙂 ❤ Miss you! 

Please keep watching here for need to read info and fanfiction for The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew! 🙂

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The Hardy Boys #8 The Mystery of Cabin Island ~ My Review

There’s a lot of excitement and action in the eighth volume of The Hardy Boys series! 😎 The Mystery of Cabin Island has danger, adventure, humor, ice boat racing, a theft, missing persons, and smart detective work with the various mysterious situations. 😎 The brother team of Frank and Joe Hardy are enjoying some winter camping in a cabin along with two of their buddies, Chet Morton and Biff Hooper. You get to see Tony Prito, another pal of theirs, in the book briefly. 😎 

You can take a virtual thrilling ride in the Hardy brothers ice boat named Sea Gull. It’s cool that they earned enough money to buy it. I have no doubt it would be really fun and exciting with the ice boat – just reading and imagining, you can feel the rushing, cold wind while gliding high-speed along the frozen water. Of course, as in real life, there are some jerks who like to wreck things and cause problems. So, gotta watch out for them. The Hardys and their friends don’t let that mess up the fun and investigating. Good to do like that irl, too. Don’t let obnoxious people run or ruin decent, fun things for you. 

I enjoyed the code breaking in the book. 😎 That kind of thing is so fascinating. I love word puzzles and codes. It’s fun and challenging. 😎 

The internal illustrations are excellent, very well-done. I’ve always thought they’re cool. 😎 

Some great quotes in the book! 😎 Here’s one of my favorites from our friend Biff Hooper, referring to jerks they were having to deal with ~

“You can’t tell these idiots a thing.” ~ Biff Hooper in The Mystery of Cabin Island

I know the feeling, Biff. 

The intriguing mysteries in the book and the life-threatening dangers resulting from someone’s ruthless greed will keep you turning pages to see what happens next. 

Do I recommend this book? Of course!. 😀 How could I not?!?!? It’s a fun, exciting winter adventure with the Hardy bros! 😎 It’s great reading it the first time and reading it again. You can get it in hardcover or in ebook at your favorite bookseller or you should be able to get it at your local library. 🙂 Check it out for some winter sleuthing! 😎 

And if you want to vote on your favorite Hardy Boys winter cover art, check out the poll at The Hardy Boys Books and Nancy Drew Books blog I posted! 🙂

 

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The Hardy Boys Books ~ Titles, Covers, and More – 2

The next two titles to be added to the Hardy Boys book list are, going with the whole sequential thing here 😛 , #3 The Secret of the Old Mill and #4 The Missing Chums. 😎 Please check out the The Hardy Boys Books ~ Titles, Covers, and More page to see covers and a synopsis for each of the two books! 🙂 I’ll start up the Nancy Drew page hopefully before too long. 🙂 Thanks for the awesome enthusiastic response to the new page! 😎 Hope everyone’s doing well. 🙂 ❤

 

 

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The Hardy Boys Books ~ Titles, Covers, and More – 1

Hardy and Drew Mysteries needed to have a list of the Hardy Boys books and Nancy Drew books – been wanting to do this since forever! 😎 I’ve been working on them and today will start posting the list of the Hardy Boys books, starting with the first two #1 The Tower Treasure and #2 The House on the Cliff.  🙂

I’ll have a new post to announce whenever I add to the page, which will include the Hardy Boys main series, entitled The Hardy Boys (or The Hardy Boys Mysteries or The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories), that had new mysteries written/published from 1927-2005 with 190 titles. Also, on the page, covers and info about The Hardy Boys Detective Handbook, The Hardy Boys Handbook: Seven Stories of Survival, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Sleuths Volumes I and 2 and Campfire Stories, and Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Be A Detective Mystery Stories. Plus, the alternate universe series: Casefiles (including SuperMysteries and Tom Swift Ultra Thrillers), Undercover Brothers, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Mystery volumes, and Hardy Boys Adventures, graphic novels/comics, and The Hardy Boys are the Clues Brothers, The Secret Files, and Hardy Boys Clue Book series. 🙂

Nancy will have her page with the Nancy Drew main series (aka Nancy Drew Mysteries or Nancy Drew Mystery Stories), the Nancy Drew Sleuth Book, Nancy Drew Cookbook: Clues to Good Cooking, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Sleuths Volumes I and 2 and Campfire Stories, and Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Be A Detective Mystery Stories, plus the alternate universe series, Nancy Drew Files including SuperMysteries, Nancy Drew Girl Detective, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Mystery series, and Nancy Drew Diaries, graphic novels/comics, as well as the Nancy Drew Notebooks, Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew, and Nancy Drew Clue Book series. 🙂

I have a lot of favorites in the various series of what I’ve read so far and I’m searching for more, which I absolutely love to do! 🙂 To check out the new section on here, The Hardy Boys Books ~ Titles, Covers, and More tap or click on the link in this sentence and please enjoy! 🙂

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Straight from the Books – Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Facts 4 – What Digest Already?

   As Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew fans, we love mysteries! 😎 Sometimes there seems to be a mystery concerning book facts where there’s not an enigma really, just misinformation. The main Hardy Boys series, #1-#190, and the main Nancy Drew series #1-#175,  are the series to refer to about details and facts, in regards to other series or even within the main series, for established character personalities. That real information can be found in the individual volumes consistently reflecting the character’s real characteristics. A small number of books I’ve read in those two series so far have fallen victim to ghostwriters’ discrepancies and errors at times.

   It’s not an unusual occurence to come across something online that is incorrect. One of those inaccurate things would be referring to any of The Hardy Boys books or Nancy Drew books as “Digests”. There’s no such thing as a “Digest” series for the Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew. It’s a totally made-up fallacy. No mystery about the facts because it is easily confirmed. There isn’t actually a separate series called “Digests” for the Hardys or Nancy. Calling any of the books Digests isn’t accurate – neither the books nor the publishers refer to them as such. The main/real deal/essential series is The Hardy Boys, as referred to in the books and by the publishers, and also as The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories or Hardy Boys Mysteries. Both the Hardy Boys series, started in 1927, and the Nancy Drew series, started in 1930, came from the creative genius of Edward Stratemeyer, whose characters, Frank, Joe, and Nancy, have been solving mysteries ever since then. 😎

   The Hardy Boys main series went into the 21st century, with new mysteries being written and published into 2005. The volumes of this series, not surprisingly, go from #1 through #190 and there’s also The Hardy Boys Detective Handbook. 😎

   The Nancy Drew Mysteries also went into the 21st century, having started in 1930, with newly written and published stories to November 2003. There are 175 volumes in the Nancy Drew series, numbered clearly and for a reason, beginning with #1 naturally, plus the Nancy Drew Sleuth Book. 😎

   The consecutive numbering provide huge clues that those books are the same series. So there’s really no mystery about that for the Hardys or Nancy.

   I don’t understand why anyone would make up some name like Digests that is incorrect and very easily shown not to be accurate. It’s also misleading, I think, and kinda divisive. I’m really not into any of that. I wouldn’t even refer to it on here, but that was one of the things I wanted to address on my blog since you can come across that misinformation online. Finding it on a wiki page or any site simply means someone entered that incorrect info, maybe without knowing it’s inaccurate. I’m sure everyone knows that there are correct things and false things found online, so coming across it on the internet doesn’t make something true.

   Proof of evidence is in the books themselves. If you get any of the Hardy Boys books, whether it’s #100 or #190, check inside the book. Yeah, don’t be surprised when you don’t find the books being called “Digests” anywhere in there.

   Also, I think it’s cool to note that only one series is called “The Hardy Boys” and one series called “Nancy Drew”. The alternate universe series have different series titles. 😎

   Now you know. The Hardy Boys series – Hardy Boys Mystery Stories – #1-#190 1927-2005 – one series. Nancy Drew Series – Nancy Drew Mystery Stories – #1-#175 1930-2003 – also all one series. One of several ways you can tell is from the sequential numbering of the books, as in there’s only one #1 in The Hardy Boys series and the Nancy Drew series. 😎

 

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