Powell's Bookstore. Yes that is a wall of Nancy Drew. Ok, I admit it. I loved Nancy Drew as a kid.

Powell's Bookstore. Yes that is a wall of Nancy Drew. Ok, I admit it. I loved Nancy Drew as a kid.

We had to drive to the toy store at the corner of Foothill and Garey, in Pomona, to buy my Nancy Drew books. No store in Claremont carried them.

We had to drive to the toy store at the corner of Foothill and Garey, in Pomona, to buy my Nancy Drew books. No store in Claremont carried them.

This was the first Nancy Drew book I ever owned/read.  :-). Beginning of an obsession...

This was the first Nancy Drew book I ever owned/read. :-). Beginning of an obsession...

The first Nancy Drews I read were the 1950s editions!  --where I learned about the smell of old books.

The first Nancy Drews I read were the 1950s editions! --where I learned about the smell of old books.

We can't forget Nancy Drew.  Mildred Wirt Benson wrote 23 Nancy Drew books under the pseudonym of Carolyn Keene.

We can't forget Nancy Drew. Mildred Wirt Benson wrote 23 Nancy Drew books under the pseudonym of Carolyn Keene.

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Nancy Drew - what turned me into a reader when about 8 yrs. old.  Read one after the other that summer . . .

Why We Still Love Nancy Drew

Nancy Drew - what turned me into a reader when about 8 yrs. old. Read one after the other that summer . . .

The first Nancy Drew Mystery book I ever read...  and so my lifelong devotion began!          #11 The Clue of the Broken Locket • 1965

The first Nancy Drew Mystery book I ever read... and so my lifelong devotion began! #11 The Clue of the Broken Locket • 1965

Nancy Drew!! - OMG.... I read this one as well as many other Nancy Drew books; had editions from '30's through '60s.... must be why I became a mystery buff!

Nancy Drew!! - OMG.... I read this one as well as many other Nancy Drew books; had editions from '30's through '60s.... must be why I became a mystery buff!

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