ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN AND THE CASE OF THE SLIPPERY SALAMANDER PDF

Look Inside. Young readers can try to solve the cases alongside Encyclopedia—the answers to all the mysteries are in the back of the book. Donald J. Sobol was the author of the highly acclaimed Encyclopedia Brown series and many other books. Add to Cart. Also available from:.

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Return to Book Page. Sobol ,. Warren Chang Illustrator. The Case of the Slippery Salamander 2. The Case of the Banana Burglar 3. The Case of the Dead Cockroach 4. The Case of the Roman-Numeral Robber 5. The Case of the Runway Judge 6. The Case of the Peacock's Egg 7. The Case of the Umpire's Error 8. The Case of the Calculating Kid 9. The Case of the Presidential Auction The Case of the Stolen Surfboard A new title in the bestselli 1.

The Case of the Stolen Surfboard A new title in the bestselling series about the world's greatest supersleuth in sneakers! A slippery salamander, a banana burglar, a judge who's run away, and a presidential toothbrush. Young readers can try to solve the cases alongside Encyclopedia--the answers to all the mysteries are in the back of the book.

Get A Copy. Paperback , 96 pages. Published August 8th by Yearling first published January 1st More Details Original Title. Encyclopedia Brown Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Slippery Salamander , please sign up. Lists with This Book.

Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 27, Matt rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s , read-with-neo.

Neo and I enjoy reading these sets of Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, having read many of the books. We quickly read this group of stories, filled with some unique mysteries we can process in a few minutes, connecting with one another as we guess the all but obvious solutions. The kid detective still works his magic in Idaville, USA, keeping the town crime-free and collecting his coins from those who can pay.

Encyclopedia helps keep himself from being framed by Bugs Meany, disrupts a fake presiden Neo and I enjoy reading these sets of Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, having read many of the books.

Encyclopedia helps keep himself from being framed by Bugs Meany, disrupts a fake presidential auction, and foils a watch robbery. These wonderful five-minute mysteries seek to entertain and exercise the brain of both child and adult, but require some keen sleuthing.

Neo and I have used them as a before bedtime activity and we are getting much better at piecing the clues together in a timely manner. Young sleuths in the making may want to sharpen their skills with the massive collection of stories. Neo really likes the stories that keep him thinking. I remember having these stories read to me when I was young as well, helping me want to pass along the tradition. Neo thoroughly enjoys listening to the stories and making an effort to uncover the clues that will help solve the cases.

He mentioned that these are perfect stories for parent-child reading, but would be great for a good reader when they have time or are on a road trip. A note to parents: the stories are dated even as they author writes in the s and some of the terminology or word choices might not be as correct as you would like your young reader to use on a daily basis.

View 1 comment. May 27, Neo rated it liked it Shelves: read-to-me. My dad and I enjoy reading these sets of Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, having read many of the books. Encyclopedia helps keep himself from being framed by Bugs Meany, disrupts a fake presi My dad and I enjoy reading these sets of Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, having read many of the books. We have used them as a before bedtime activity and we are getting much better at piecing the clues together in a timely manner.

I really like the stories that keep him thinking. My dad remembers having these stories read to him when he was young, helping to pass along the tradition.

I enjoys listening to the stories and making an effort to uncover the clues that will help solve the cases. These are perfect stories for parent-child reading, but would be great for a good reader when they have time or are on a road trip. Apr 22, JP rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery.

I liked it and I solved some cases and some where a little hard. Usual cast of characters From my eight year old son -- I really liked the last mystery because the lifeguard yelled at Benny's cousins. From mom -- this collection of mysteries is clever for young kids. The cast of recurring characters from books to books make these stories easy to fall into while also making them instantly familiar. The mysteries can be silly for adults but my son is enthralled. Feb 28, Seth rated it liked it.

In my childhood I read about every one of these books. Over time the stories have run together in my mind, but I still back with a nostalgic satisfaction at those books that fed my curiosity and started filling my head with sometimes meaningless yet sometimes useful facts.

I would suggest these books for grade schoolers or for parents to suggest to grade schoolers, though helping them understand that knowledge is power could be dangerous in the wrong hands.

Feb 16, Alex rated it liked it Shelves: books-i-loved-when-i-was-younger. An EB re-read with my dad. As always, EB books never fail to make me laugh. Encyclopedia's ridiculous conclusions are so fun, especially those that don't actually prove anything half the time. Just sayin'. Dec 04, Monique rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-stars.

They should have called themselves to Tea Bags. They were always getting into hot water. Again, this series exercises the brain and leaves you with a smile. Aug 12, Gabriel rated it it was amazing Shelves: summer Encyclopedia Brown is good at discovering people who have tried to trick him and steal stuff. He is a boy detective. My favorite chapter in this book was 'The Case of the Dead Cockroach'. Mar 05, Mskychick added it Shelves: reread-placeholder.

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