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Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Two Spies

by Donald J. Sobol

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Like other Encyclopedia Brown books, this is a compilation of short mysteries, in which kid detective Leroy Brown sets out to solve minor problems in the neighborhood. At the end of each case, the book gives the reader a chance to figure out the answer. This is a great series which will make children think critically and analytically about each individual story. Some of the answers do seem far fetched in the sense that it does not always have to follow the route, but often do make sense. This would mean it may be hard to guess the answer, even though the answer is a plausible solution. I would highly recommend this book for an elementary school or home collection, but I think it will span a wider age group than you believe. I recommend this book for children ages 9 - 13. ( )
  pravs | Nov 30, 2010 |
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America's Sherlock Holmes in sneakers continues his war on crime in ten more cases, the solutions to which are found in the back of the book.

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