Annotations for Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Disgusting Sneakers


Baker & Taylor
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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Baker & Taylor
Ten solve-it-yourself mysteries, including a calendar code, a handleless teacup, three water-filled canoes, and a foreign smuggling ring are solved by the boy detective

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HARPERCOLL

Who knows how a handleless teacup can point to a thief? What a pair of soggy sneakers has to do with three stolen fishing rods? How the word "Crabcake" can reveal the identity of a kidnapper?

Encyclopedia Brown knows?

The world's youngest supersleuth is here with ten brand-new solve-it-yourself mysteries to challenge and entertain his fans. Match wits with the ten-year-old detective as he and his junior partner, Sally Kimball, puzzle over brainteasers and coded messages, intrigues and whodunits. Their case load includes a perplexing calendar code, three water-filled canoes, a missing shopping bag, and a hundred-year-old treasure tree.

And if you're stumped, you can find out how Encyclopedia did it in the back of the book. But don't peek until you're really stuck!

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