A Case for Jenny Archer

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Apr 5, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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After reading three mysteries in a row, Jenny becomes convinced that the neighbors across the street are up to no good and decides to investigate.

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About the author (2006)

Ellen Conford was born in New York City on March 20, 1942. Her first picture book, Impossible, Possum, was published in 1971. Her other picture books include Just the Thing for Geraldine and Eugene the Brave. Her first young adult novel, Dreams of Victory, was published in 1973. Her other works include Dear Lovey Hart, I Am Desperate; Dear Mom, Get Me Out of Here; If This Is Love, I'll Take Spaghetti; I Love You, I Hate You, Get Lost; and Crush. She also writes the Annabel the Actress series and the Jenny Archer series.

Diane Palmisciano has illustrated many books for children, including Hannah and the Whistling Tea Kettle. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with her dog, Daisy.

Erik Brooks has illustrated, as well as written, a number of books for children, including "Polar Opposites" and "The Practically Perfect Pajamas". He, his wife and daughter, and their dog, Max, live in north central Washington State.

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