Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective
Publish date: 1973
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Pages no: 88
Edition language: English
Series: Encyclopedia Brown (#1)
This series of books is great for students who are into mysteries and suspense, because each books includes a mystery that is intended to be solved by the reader. The Lexile level is 620L. I would use this in a in a 3rd grade classroom and let each student choose which mystery of Encyclopedia Brown'...
I was going to add all the Encyclopedia Brown books to this one review, but BL's book search sucks (entered an ASIN from a BL book page and yet BL's search couldn't find it! Magic!) Anyway, in a fit of nostalgia, I'm re-reading my way through this series. I've always loved Encyclopedia Brown, an...
Another series that I read throughout childhood--never managed to solve any of the cases on my own though. Enjoyable reading.
Very fun! There were several things I really liked about this one. First, it's the first children's mystery series I've found with a boy as the main character. Second, I LOVED that the solutions to the mysteries were all at the back of the book, so they couldn't accidentally be spoiled if you wan...
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 25 cents was a treasure.Most of the mysteries are not as mysterious as I remember them. You know how...
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