Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective

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Penguin, Sep 6, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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A Civil War sword...

A watermelon stabbing...

Missing roller skates...

A trapeze artist's inheritance...

And an eyewitness who's legally blind!

Theses are just some of the ten brain-twisting mysteries that Encyclopedia Brown must solve by using his famous computerlike brain. Try to crack the cases along with him--the answer to all the mysteries are found in the back!

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User Review  - EGeraci - LibraryThing

I read Encyplopedia Brown and I thought that it was very exciting. Once you start reading a mystery you are just drawn in and want to find out the answer. When you see the title of the next mystery ... Read full review

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User Review  - AlCracka - LibraryThing

A sudden fit of nostalgia prompted me to buy and read this. It took like half an hour. It was pretty fun! I love the old-school vision of America, sorta Tom Sawyer-y, where boys spun eggs for fun and ... Read full review

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Donald J. Sobol was the author of the highly acclaimed Encyclopedia Brown series and many other books. His awards include a special Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for his contribution to mystery writing in the United States, and the Pacific Northwest Library Association Young Readers’ Choice Award for Encyclopedia Brown Keeps the Peace.

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