The great brain

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Dial Press, Oct 1, 1967 - Juvenile Fiction - 175 pages
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The exploits of the Great Brain of Adenville, Utah are described by his younger brother, frequently the victim of the Great Brain's schemes for gaining prestige or money.

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THE GREAT BRAIN

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

According to J.D., Tom the Great Brain's younger brother, Adenville, Utah in 1896, is full of opportunities for an enterprising boy—Papa installs the first water closet in town (and Tom charges to ... Read full review

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User Review  - EmScape - LibraryThing

The Great Brain, also known as Tom, is a 10 year old boy living with his family in rural Utah in the 1890's. His younger brother, J.D. (an analogue for the author) is the first-person narrator. Tom ... Read full review

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CHAPTER
1
Revenge Can Be Sour
25
The Great Brain Saves the Day
43
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