Hi folks -- this is the first time I've posted to this forum, I certainly look forward to any helpful advice! Please see the attached pictures. I have a cabinet drawer, the front panel of which is barely hanging on. I can only open it by tugging at the right corner that's still firmly attached to the rest of the drawer. If I pulled at the drawer from the cracked left corner, it would rip the front panel right off. So... I want to know what's the best way to fix the front panel so it's firmly in place and attached to the drawer. The actual sides of the drawer appear to be real, lightweight wood, but the front panel is some sort of particle board. I would imagine that maybe some sort of glue would be the easiest fix, but if there were a way to use nails I would definitely welcome that. Ideally, I want it to be strong enough that I wouldn't think twice about pulling at the left corner to open the drawer firmly. Please let me know your thoughts, and thank you in advance!