Those of a certain age may remember the original editions of the young teen series such as The Hardy Boys, Tom Swift, Nancy Drew, The Dana Girls, Rick Brant, Ken Holt, etc. They were all action-adventure stories geared for ages 10-13 (the heroes of the books were in their late teens) and each book in each series ran well over 200 pages. Since the early 1970s, the series still around have been updated and condensed to conform to the rapid pace of today and reduced attention spans of modern readers.
I mention that because in the original series more attention was paid to minor details that didn’t move the story along but still made for interesting reading. When the heroes sat down for meals, exactly what they ate and how good the food tasted were detailed. In some series, when the heroes raced around chasing the bad guys in recognizable cities, attention was paid to real street names and sites along those streets (especially when the adventures were in New York City or Washington, D.C.).