The Case of the Exploding Plumbing and Other Mysteries

  • Title: The Case of the Exploding Plumbing and Other Mysteries
  • Author: Donald J. Sobol
  • ISBN: 9780590014120
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Case of the Exploding Plumbing and Other Mysteries Match Wits With The World s Greatest Boy Sleuth A huge footprint in the soft earth counterfeit money in a bird s nest a threatening letter an exploding toilet a missing silver dollar and a stolen news
    Match Wits With The World s Greatest Boy Sleuth A huge footprint in the soft earth counterfeit money in a bird s nest a threatening letter an exploding toilet a missing silver dollar and a stolen newspaper clipping that could be valuable These are the only traces left at the scene of ten brain twisting crimes that Encyclopedia Brown must solvMatch Wits With The World s Greatest Boy Sleuth A huge footprint in the soft earth counterfeit money in a bird s nest a threatening letter an exploding toilet a missing silver dollar and a stolen newspaper clipping that could be valuable These are the only traces left at the scene of ten brain twisting crimes that Encyclopedia Brown must solve I loved Encyclopedia Brown as a kid Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

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    About Donald J. Sobol


    1. Donald J Sobol was an award winning writer best known for his children s books, especially the Encyclopedia Brown mystery series Mr Sobol passed away in July of 2012.


    205 Comments


    1. These are all fun reads that make you think. RL3 or thereabouts; so it's like the detective above Nate the Great. I have started to give these books to my eldest nephew (who is now 7) and he is enjoying them.

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    2. This is a placeholder for re-read of Kristen Ashley Fantastical

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    3. Another adventure with the best 10 year old detectives Encyclopedia and Sally!!!Maria Carmo,Lisbon, 8 January 2018.

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    4. Soooo dated. The mysteries are sometimes unsolvable for a 21st century kid. But Pete still enjoyed the silly, square fun.

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    5. Man, I loved these books as a kid! I'm glad my kids are at an age where they can appreciate them, so I have a good excuse to re-read. The mysteries are quirky and short enough to keep even the flightiest of readers interested. I love Sobol's ability to give the reader all the clues they need without playing his hand too obviously. There are a couple of cases in this one that would be virtually unsolvable by a modern generation (because they deal in technologies that are now obsolete), but I stil [...]

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    6. I recommend Encyclopedia Brown. I was 8 when I first encountered this series. I loved it. It was recommended by a boy that I liked. What I liked about these books is that it taught me how to think before making wild guesses. Each book had several cases which were easy to read and follow for a child. I recommend this to any parent looking for helping their child to use logic and deductive reasoning. Great on how to look at relevant facts at a child's level.

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    7. I've read so many of these books with Hinton in the past year or so, but finally!! We came across the one case that stands out so clearly in my mind from when I read these books myself as a kid. (The girl in the tight skirt did it! There was no way she was playing the cello in that short tight skirt like she said she was! Alibi busted.)Fun.

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    8. I can never figure out any of the Encyclopedia Brown mysteries before I finish them!

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    9. Enjoyed reading this book when I was a kid.

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    10. My friends and I in our late 20s tried to solved the mysteries but we failed

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    11. These are fantastic books. I loved them as a kid. You can solve the mysteries along with Encyclopedia Brown, all the clues are in the story. They make you think. Very recommended for young readers

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    12. Bugs Meany is really just a horrible person.

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    13. hmmm, i really don't think kids get into so many problems

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    14. Not as cool this time around as I remembered from my youth. Sorry, Encyclopedia.

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    15. I got like two!!! So happy:):)

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    16. Fun book that I read with the kids.

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    17. This was my first Encyclopedia Brown book. I thought it was pretty fun.

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    18. I've not been much of a mystery fan as an adult, but I loved this series, and read the ones in our library several times.

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