Book Reviews of The Sky Phantom (Nancy Drew, No 53)

The Sky Phantom (Nancy Drew, No 53)
The Sky Phantom - Nancy Drew, No 53
Author: Carolyn Keene
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780448095530
ISBN-10: 044809553X
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 180
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Grosset Dunlap
Book Type: Hardcover
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Excelent literary content. Once again, Nancy explains the turn of events with scientific phenomena.
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Nancy goes to the Excello Flying School in the Midwest to take lessons, while her friends Bess and George perfect their horseback riding. At once the young sleth is confronted with the mystery of a hijacked plane and a missing pilot.
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Great reprint
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Nancy goes to the Excello Flying School in the Midwest to take lessons, while her friends Bess and George perfect their horseback riding. At once the young sleuth is confronted with the mysteryof a hijacked plane and a missing pilot. Then the rancher's prize pony, Major, is stolen. Nancy becomes a dective in a plane and on horseback to track down the elusive sky phantom and the horse thief. A lucky find-a medal witha message to be deciphered onit-furnishes a worthwhile clue. Romance is added to mystery when Bess becomes interested in a handsome cowboy.
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Beautiful Gift Book.

Nancy, Bess and George go to a ranch in the midwest where Bess and George perfect their horseback riding while Nancy takes flying lessons at a nearby school. While on a lesson, Nancy finds an abandonned plane and wonders what happened to its missing pilot. Later, the plane disappears as well, along with a pony from the ranch and Nancy works to solve both mysteries. Also, Bess is faced with a tough situation when she becomes interested in a cowboy from the ranch. I recommend this series for any age.
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Nancy goes to the Excello Flying School in the Midwest to take lessons, while her friend Bess and George perfect their horseback riding. At once the young sleuth is confronted with the mystery of a hijacked plane and a missing pilot. Then the rancher's prize pony, Major, is stolen. Nancy becomes a detective in a plane and on horseback to track down the elusive sky phantom and the horse thief. A lucky find--a medal with a message to be deciphered on it--furnishes a worthwhile clue. Romance is added to mystery when Bess becomes interested in a handsome cowboy. Readers will spur Nancy on as she investigates a strange magnetic cloud, hunts for the horse thief, and finally arrives at a surprising solution.