Big Library Read Starts Monday!


Are you ready to all read together? Starting today, September 16 – September 30 we invite you to participate in our Big Library Read event. Everyone will enjoy Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth. During this two-week reading period, Book 1 from the Nancy Clancy series will be available for every library user (this is for children too!) that wishes to read it—no holds, no waitlists.

By participating in the Big Library Read, you can join a global movement of passionate readers and library users who support the
availability of eBooks and audiobooks at your library.bookclub poster

Don’t read the  book alone, get your friends and family to join you. Download the booklet Reading Club Materials. Use this event booklet, complete with name tags, invitations, and
reproducible activities, to start your very own Nancy Clancy Reads, Reads, Reads!!! book club!
Don’t forget your magnifying glass!

A teacher’s guide is available on the Hot Topic – Teachers Toolbox – The Big Library Read.

About the Book

Author and Fancy Nancy creator Jane O’Connor brings us back to the glamorous world of our favorite fancy girl.  Nancy Clancy may be a bit older and more sophisticated, but she
hasn’t lost her love for fancy words, outrageous fashion and dramatic
flair.
She and her best friend Bree have everything they need to solve a
mystery, from their totally professional trench coats to their
top-secret code. But when crime strikes in their classroom, will these
super sleuths be able to crack the case?

Praise for Fancy Nancy

“Nancy captures hearts by nearly getting caught up in the glitter, but, in the end, always discovering what’s truly important.”

Teri Sforza, The Orange County Register

“Exuberance, elan and lots of heart.”

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

“A delightful story of dress-up and cozy family love.”

BOOKLIST

Jane O'Connor

About the author

is an editor at a major publishing house who has
written more than seventy books for children, including the New York
Times bestselling FANCY NANCY series. She resides (that’s a fancy word
for lives) with her family in New York City.

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