Tangled Web: Julie Mystery
Julie really likes the new girl in her class, Carla Warner. Still, there's something odd about her. The things Carla says don't quite add up, and she seems to avoid answering certain questions. At first Julie is sure there's a sensible explanation, but as Carla's stories become more outlandish, Julie can't escape a disturbing fact: either her new friend is lying or she's in real danger. An illustrated "Looking Back essay provides facts about America in the 1970s.
Historical fiction at its finest for girls. These books each focus on a different American girl from a particular time in American history, each with a different lifestyle, heritage, hopes, and desires. These are popular with their audiences because the girls are so easy to identify with and the stories realistically portray what life was like at that time with events, styles and culture expertly interwoven. Our girls devoured these when they were younger, and although the series has undergone some changes, the stories are still available for a whole new generation. There are two books available for each historical girl and are abridged. The softcover books are formatted like chapter books (104-110 pages) with full-color illustrations and several pages of additional historical content at the end. Please note that the series is changing from "Beforever" to newer editions with each girl's name featured more prominently on the cover and our inventory will gradually change to the new editions.
Everyone's favorite girls hone their detective skills as they embark on exciting new adventures. The Beforever titles are approximately 200 pages, are a slightly larger format, and while they still contain a couple of pages in the back about life in that time period, it is much more brief and lacks the pictures or illustrations that were provided in earlier editions of these titles. Glossaries are included.