Hello there everyone,I have just submitted "Passport To Danger" (Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery No.19) by Carolyn keene. All pages and copyright info are present, page numbers preserved, spell check done, and headers removed. I'll include the back cover below.
This probably is no big huge deal, but my perfectionistic tendencies are showing. There is a minimal amount of Spanish in this book. The spelling is correct, but I don't know how to type the accent mark, or the little line thing above the N. so they aren't there. If someone feels like fixing those things, more power to you. If not, the book is absolutely readable as it is.
Dilsia, are you out there? Could you tell me, please, if you know how, to type accented letters in Spanish and the N with the line above it? I'm fine in braille, just never had to type them on a standard keyboard. Anybody know and feel like telling me how to do it? Thanks so much. And happy reading. Back cover below.
Peace, Mayrie (Back Cover) AMERICA'S TOP TEEN DETECTIVES TEAM UP TO UNCOVER AN OPEN MARKET IN CRIME NANCY DREW has traveled to the charming Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende to help Helen and David Oberman avert a disastrous criminal scandal at their prestigious art school. The Obermans have learned that the campus has become a focal point of counterfeiters. Someone is producing bogus green cards, which will be used to exploit and smuggle illegal aliens into the United States. Meanwhile... THE HARDY BOYS have also made their way south to visit the Perelis family in Mexico City. It began as a pleasure trip, but when a priceless Mayan jade mask is stolen from the Perelis art gallery, Frank and Joe get down to business. Discovering an intriguing connection between the theft and the forgers in San Miguel, Nancy and the boys must act quickly to trace the connection to its source and find the shocking truth behind the ancient mask of mystery... To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.