Remember the wonderful Encyclopedia Brown series from when you were a kid? Now that they’re available in Kindle format, you can introduce your own kids to joys of these books! Each one includes ten mini-mysteries that invite the reader to gather the clues and solve the mystery right alongside Encyclopedia Brown, and a special section at the back reveals how and why Encyclopedia drew the conclusions he did.
With a knack for trivia, Encyclopedia solves mysteries for the neighborhood kids through his detective agency.
But his dad is also the chief of police, and every night, Encyclopedia helps him solve his most baffling crimes.
Join Encyclopedia Brown as he solves ten confounding mysteries, including the theft of a diamond necklace, a bank robbery that happened in broad daylight, the case of the missing roller skates, and more.
And with the clues given in each case, readers will have a chance to solve the mystery themselves!
These 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 answers to all the mysteries are found in the back!
With ten new confounding mysteries in each book, not only does Encyclopedia have a chance to solve them, but the reader is given all the clues as well. Interactive and chock full of interesting bits of information—it’s classic Encyclopedia Brown!
“I loved Encyclopedia Brown as a kid.”—Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
One Amazon Reviewer says:
The Encyclopedia Brown series is great. This book is obviously written a few years back since two of the stories in the book talk about kids smoking, but the storyline still keeps them reading. My daughter and I read this book together this morning and we enjoyed seeing who could figure out how he solved the cases. Each story has a mystery to solve and then at the back of the book it shows why Encyclopedia Brown came to the conclusion he did. We had a great time reading them all together.
I would recommend this series to anyone who has children 2nd-5th grade level. It is also a great learning time if you read them together, like the boy who was smoking etc… Different times we live in, but the stories are great none-the-less!