The Hardy Boys Series. 190 primary works, 242 total works. Book 1. The Tower Treasure. by Franklin W. Dixon.
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This is a list of all Hardy Boys books published, by series. In 1979, the Hardy Boys books began to be published by Wanderer Books Simon & Schuster in paperback format. Though formatted differently from the original 56-volume series which continued under Grosset & Dunlap's control, these new books were published under the Hardy Boys Mystery Stories banner. These books feature increasingly contemporary cover illustrations and some books have multiple versions of the cover art.
Maximum Challenge is the 132nd book in The Hardy Boys series. It was first published in June 1993 by Minstrel Books (an imprint of Simon & Schuster). Publisher's summary: When a popular game show comes to Bayport, the Hardy Boys take on the.
1995) (Book 132 in the Hardy Boys series) A novel by Franklin W Dixon (Unknown)
1995) (Book 132 in the Hardy Boys series) A novel by Franklin W Dixon (Unknown). When a popular game show comes to Bayport, the Hardy Boys take on the champions and learn that the opposing team's leader hates to lose and is willing to go to any length to stay on top. Genre: Children's Fiction. Similar books by other authors.
Series history: The Hardy Boys is a creation of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, the creators of dozens.
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The third book of the Blair-witch-like abduction trilogy. Once again Frank and Joe Hardy accept the challenge of a puzzling case when their famous detective father asks the boys to assist him in tracking down a notorious jewel thief and his accomplices. Frank has been discovered at long last and may posess key answers to questions that will solve the mystery of the LOST abductions once and for all. Read online. The trail leads to the outskirts of the Hardy's home town and to a weirdly guarded mansion on the old Perth estate.
The Hardy Boys Mystery Series by Franklin W. Dixon (Books 1-190). The Hardy Boys Mystery Series consists of the first 58 stories which were originally published by Grosset & Dunlap between 1927 and 1979. Between 1979 and 2005, Simon and Schuster continued the series, with volume numbers starting at volume 59 and ending with volume 190. The first 38 books were extensively revised between 1959 and 1973, partially to eliminate racial stereotypes. The books were also written in a simpler style in an attempt to compete with television.
The Hardy Boys Series Also known or published as The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories Author: Franklin W. Dixon Number of Books in. .Maximum Challenge Ages 8-12. AR: . (. Points, Quiz
The Hardy Boys Series Also known or published as The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories Author: Franklin W. Dixon Number of Books in Series: 190 Age Group: 8 - 12 years. Reading Level: AR Levels . -6. 1 F&P/GRL estimated M-R DRA estimated 38-70 Lexile® measure 610L-810L. Companion/Related Series: list of all Hardy Boys series. Points, Quiz
Encyclopedia Article. The Hardy Boys, Stratemeyer Syndicate, Pen name, Leslie McFarlane, Simon & Schuster.
133. Crime in the Kennel. 134. Cross-Country Crime. The Hardy Boys Casefiles were the first major spin-off of the Hardy Boys series that either took place after Motocross Madness of the Mystery Stories line, or took place in different continuity altogether, due to the death of Iola Morton occurring in book Dead On Target. Encyclopedia Article.