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    Encyclopedia Brown Sets the Pace

    Encyclopedia Brown Sets the Pace

    by Donald J. Sobol and Glenn Andrews

    The exciting, award-winning chronicles of everyone's favorite 10-year-old detective! Middle graders will love to solve the cases as the clues unfold around them!

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    Guided Reading Set: Level O—Encyclopedia Brown Sets the Pace

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Encyclopedia Brown Sets the Pace

Author: Donald J. Sobol

Series: Encyclopedia Brown (Book #15)

Interest Level:
3-7

Lexile Framework:
660L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.6

Guided Reading Level:
P

Age:
8-12

Genre:
Mystery and Suspense, Anthology

Subject:
Cleverness, Determination and Perseverance, Violence and Crime

About This Book

Donald J. Sobol's Encyclopedia Brown received a special Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. He's everyone's favorite detective — and no wonder! Middle graders will have loads of fun trying to solve these ten mysteries before sneakered detective Encyclopedia reveals the villains and the motives!

America's Sherlock Holmes in sneakers is back with 10 favorite mysteries. Match wits with Encyclopedia Brown and see if you can solve these mysteries before he does!

- A valuable painting is stolen, and almost everyone in the neighborhood is a suspect. How will Encyclopedia discover the real thief?

- Who really won the bubblegum-blowing contest, and who cheated?

- Someone in town claims that they invented a machine that can make roosters crow. Is this story just a lot of cock-a-doodle-doo?

. . . and more!


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