Like most people my age, I loved the Encyclopedia Brown books when I was young. I also adored the TwoMinute Mysteries, even if most of the clues were well above my experience (did you know that men and women have different etiquette when telling a taxi driver their destinations?
I sure didnt. ). Donald J. Sobol passed away yesterday, apparently continuing to write daily until the very end. In Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective, Encyclopedia Brown is an 11 year old boy who knows a Books like encyclopedia brown more than I do, and we are the same age. He lives in a normal sized city called Idaville. His dad is the chief of police department in Idaville. Are You There God? It's Me Margaret Then Again, Maybe I Won't Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Blubber by " Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective" is a wonderful book for kids from about six years to about 12 or so.
Published in 1963, it has a sweet tone reminiscent of 1950's TV shows. The fun, though, lies in tracing and anticipating young Brown's using logic, a little science, and keen observation to solve minor crimes and mysteries.
Best books like Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective: # 1 Henry Huggins (Henry Huggins, # 1)# 2 More Adventures of the Great Brain (Great Brain# 2)# 3 Nate t 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.
I loved the Encyclopedia Brown books when I was growing up. I am reading them again before I give them to my nephew who I hope will enjoy them as I did. Adults who like this series may also enjoy the Lateral Thinking Puzzles books.
Encyclopedia Brown is a series of books featuring the adventures of boy detective Leroy Brown, nicknamed" Encyclopedia" for his intelligence and range of knowledge.
The series of 29 children's novels was written (one cowritten) by Donald J. Sobol, with the first book published in 1963 and the last novel published posthumously, in 2012. The Encyclopedia Brown series has spawned a comic strip, From The MixedUp Files Of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Konigsburg, E.
L. Book 1967 J Fiction Konigsburg, E. L. 20 On Shelf At: Downtown Library, Traverwood Branch, Pittsfield Branch, Malletts Creek Branch, Westgate Branch Added: Luckily, many detective and mystery books for kids like Cam Jansen and Encyclopedia Brown are part of a series so its easy to keep kids reading, guessing, solving, and using their noodles.
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Sobol Are there any other books like the Encyclopedia Brown series? My sister's kid loves Encyclopedia Brown. Are there any other books about child detectives, or books where kids use logicSherlock Holmes skills to solve crimes? Wikipedia tells me about The Encyclopedia Brown series may not be as eloquently written as The Chronicles of Narnia or The Hobbit, but Donald Sobols clever writing has earned his books a place among the most loved of all childrens literature.