NANCY DREW and HARDY BOYS SUPER MYSTERIES by CAROLYN KEENE
When I was in high school, Karen, a favorite cousin of mine introduced me to Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys. Back then I don’t have the means to buy certain books. My mother and father can’t seem to comprehend that books can be a form of recreation. They surmised that books are a way to misspend your money that’s why they refrain from giving me money to buy them. They can’t seem to grasp that books have substance, and that we can acquire a skill in reading, writing and self-confidence pursuant to reading them as often as we can. I always look forward to my cousin’s visitations during her free time. I was living in Bulacan before, and she’s from Manila. She usually had a bunch of books with her during her vacations with us, and she lends them to me. When I read Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys, I was nonplussed to find out that teenagers goes to school during the day and after classes prowled the streets to do some sleuthing. That’s not a typical teenage behavior. As it turned out these adventures makes unparalleled mystery-solving cases for Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys, they thirsts for these kinds of adventures. I find their peculiar detective escapades engaging and entertaining. It’s perfect for kids and young adults! Cheerz!