Encyclopedia Brown Finds the Clues

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T. Nelson, 1966 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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The essential facts of ten mysteries are given so the reader may try to solve the cases before turning to the back of the book for the boy detective's solutions

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Review: Encyclopedia Brown Finds the Clues (Encyclopedia Brown #3)

User Review  - The Styling Librarian - Goodreads

Encyclopedia Brown Finds the Clues by Donald J. Sobol we're getting to the point where my kiddo is catching the clues more often. Quite fun to watch his listening skills/reading skills grow! 3rd book in the series. Read full review

Review: Encyclopedia Brown Finds the Clues (Encyclopedia Brown #3)

User Review  - Dylan - Goodreads

This book is in individual chapters that are separate stories. My favorite chapter is the one about a boy faking being strong. Encyclopedia rats him out. Read full review


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About the author (1966)

Donald J. Sobol is the creator of the highly acclained Encyclopedia Brown solve-it-yourself series. In addition, he has written the "Wacky" series and the "Encyclopedia Brown Record Books." His awards include the Pacific Northwest Reader's Choice Award for "Encyclopedia Brown Keeps the Peace" and a special Edgar from the Mystery Writers of America for contribution to mystery writing in the United States.

Donald Sobol is married and has three children. A native of New York, he now lives in Florida.

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