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List of Nancy Drew books. The character of Nancy Drew has appeared in a number of series over the years. The first and longest- running of these is the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series, begun in 1. Love Robot Album Download.
The first spin- off series, the Nancy Drew Files, was begun in 1. Since then, Nancy Drew has appeared in a number of other series and books, including a number of spin- offs where she investigates with The Hardy Boys. Nancy Drew Mystery Stories. Though formatted differently from the original 5. Grosset & Dunlap's control, these new books were published under the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories banner. These books feature increasingly contemporary cover illustrations and some books have multiple versions of the cover art.
Grosset & Dunlap, although their original existence had predominantly been in paperback editions from Wanderer. Wanderer. The main plot and formula of the books, however, stayed similar to the original Grosset & Dunlap series. Minstrel editions. The writing style of these books began to take a different direction than the previous books. Aladdin editions. Although sales had been declining for years, sales dropped steadily to the point where Simon & Schuster finally decided to just end the original series in November 2. Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Sleuths (1.
Both volumes contain seven short stories with Nancy Drew and the Hardy boys working together and are written under the pen- names of Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Both books were published under Simon & Schuster. Ticket to Intrigue. Campfire Stories. Dixon are listed as co- authors. National Director of Program Services, Camp Fire, Inc, Karen W. Bartz wrote a foreword for this book.
Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Dixon also wrote a foreword. This is a reboot of the Nancy Drew Girl Detective series. The series is described as . The first four titles had an initial printing of 2. The fifth, sixth, and seventh titles had an initial print run of 2. Books 8, 9, 1. 0, and 1.
Unabridged audio books read by Jorjeana Marie available as CDs and downloads in 2. The current editor of the series is Amy Cloud.
Titles and publication dates#Title. Released. Editor. Curse of the Arctic Star. February 5, 2. 01. Strangers on a Train. Mystery of the Midnight Rider.
May 7, 2. 01. 3 (2. Once Upon a Thriller.
September 2. 4, 2. Sabotage at Willow Woods. January 5, 2. 01. Secret at Mystic Lake. May 6, 2. 01. 4 (2.
The Phantom of Nantucket. September 2. 3, 2. Amy Cloud. 8The Magician's Secret. January 2. 0, 2. 01. The Clue at Black Creek Farm. May 1. 2, 2. 01. 5 (2.
A Script for Danger. September 2. 2, 2. The Red Slippers. December 1. 5, 2.
The Sign in the Smoke. May 1. 0, 2. 01. 6 (2.
The Ghost of Grey Fox Inn. October 1. 1, 2. 01. Riverboat Roulette. January 3, 2. 01. Collections. This is an interactive series, as readers may write down their clues and predictions. A page before the final chapter has questions the reader can answer regarding suspects, clues, and solutions. The first two titles were published July 7, 2.
Book editions written by Carolyn Keene with covers and internal illustrations by Peter Francis. The first three titles have had an initial print run of 3. Titles and publication dates#Title. Released. 1Pool Party Puzzler.
July 7, 2. 01. 5 (2. Last Lemonade Standing. A Star Witness. November 3, 2.
Big Top Flop. March 1, 2. Movie Madness. July 1. Pets on Parade. October 1. Candy Kingdom Chaos. March 1. 7, 2. 01.
Nancy Drew Notebooks. The series was published from 1. Nancy Drew, Girl Detective. The series is edited by Jim Salicrup, written by Stefan Petrucha, and illustrated by Sho Murase. All the storylines are completely new.
The manga- style illustrations and technical allusions (Nancy's hybrid car, George's tablet PC) give Nancy and her friends a 2. The series began being re- released as a part of the Nancy Drew Diaries series, with two volumes per issue. A list of the novels in print to date is as follows: Titles and publication dates#Title. Released. Re- released. The Demon of River Heights. October 1. 3, 2. 00. February 1. 1, 2.
Writ in Stone. October 1. The Old Fashioned Mystery of The Haunted Dollhouse. November 2. 9, 2. July 2. 9, 2. 01. The Girl Who Wasn't There.
January 2. 4, 2. 00. The Fake Heir. April 1.
October 2. 1, 2. 01. Mr. Cheeters is Missing. August 8, 2. 00. 67.
The Charmed Bracelet. November 2. 8, 2. February 2. 4, 2. Global Warning. March 6, 2. Ghost in the Machinery. May 5, 2. 00. 7July 7, 2. The Disoriented Express.
August 7, 2. 00. 71. Monkey- Wrench Blues. November 1. 3, 2. December 1, 2. 01. Dress Reversal. January 2.
Nancy Mohrbacher. Tongue and lip ties are red- hot issues. Also known as ankyloglossia, ultrasound research (link HERE) shows that restricted tongue movement in a breastfeeding baby can lead to nipple pain and/or poor milk intake. When tongue tie is the root cause of a breastfeeding problem, this needs to be addressed pronto. What is a lip tie? This refers to restricted lip movement from a tight . To tell the difference between a normal labial frenulum and one that can cause problems, see this online article (link HERE) by Oregon ear, nose, and throat (ENT) surgeon Bobby Ghaheri.
An Epidemic? What started as a problem for a small percentage of babies seems now to be an epidemic. Health- care providers report increasing numbers of breastfeeding mothers self- diagnosing tongue and lip ties in their babies, often based on online information, and asking for a tongue- or lip- tie revision, a minor office procedure to release the tie.
Some mothers describe taking their babies for multiple revisions with no pain relief or improved milk intake during breastfeeding. There is very little that is . What matters is whether a strategy brings a mother closer to meeting her breastfeeding goal or moves her further away from it. If self- diagnosis corrects the problem, great. But if it doesn't- -if the self- diagnosis is a red herring- -it can prolong suffering and lead to complications, making getting back on track more difficult. Studying Tongue Tie. A recent study (link HERE) offers a new perspective on the tongue- tie epidemic.
It found that tongue tie is NOT a common source of breastfeeding problems and reinforced what we. When a mother is in pain or the baby? One of the doctor- researchers trained the others to identify infant tongue tie using the Coryllos tongue- tie classification system, which defines four types, including posterior tongue tie. After making sure everyone was using the same definitions, they began visually examining the tongues of 2. During the study, the researchers were blinded to any breastfeeding problems. What Are the Odds?
Amazingly, 1. 99 of the 2. However, only 3. 5% (7 babies) had breastfeeding problems related to tongue restriction. A tongue- tie revision solved the breastfeeding problem in 5 of these 7 babies. As a result of these findings, the authors suggested we change our terms. They suggested the term . Clearly, even if a baby has an obvious tongue tie, we should not assume it is the root cause of a mother. It makes sense in these cases to see if other interventions may help alleviate the problem.
Just to be clear, this study included mothers and babies without breastfeeding problems as well as those with breastfeeding problems. Obviously, among mothers and babies having breastfeeding problems (those seen by most lactation consultants), the percentage of babies with symptomatic tongue tie would be higher.
Why Does It Matter? If tongue- tie and lip- tie revisions are minor office procedures, why do unnecessary revisions matter? As the researchers point out, complications are rare, but sometimes excess bleeding can occur. Also, the procedure can cost parents hundreds of dollars out of pocket. But there is an even more important reason this matters. When mothers focus only on tongue or lip tie, other issues may be overlooked and problems can continue for weeks or months. When adjusting to life with a newborn, no family needs this kind of unnecessary stress.
In one study, long- term, ongoing nipple pain was linked to depression and sleep problems in mothers. Yet often the diagnosis is coming from friends, Dr. Google, and Facebook discussions. It has become so widespread that many mothers look first to a possible tie and other issues get buried.
I now encounter the following scenarios frequently: 1. Mothers who believe their baby has a tongue or lip tie and consider this the primary cause of low supply, failure to latch consistently, weight gain issues, mastitis, nipple pain, etc., etc. They may spend so much time pursuing tongue tie as the root cause that they fail to address other possible causes and find themselves in a bigger jam. They may be dealing with a tongue tie plus something else, but addressing only the tongue tie will not fix things completely.
Sometimes there is no tie at all. Mothers with well- gaining, happy, exclusively breastfed babies who experience no discomfort yet feel their baby has a tie that needs to be revised.