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    1. The Zombie Zone (A to Z Mysteries)
    by RON ROY
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    Asin: 0375824839
    Catlog: Book (2005-04-26)
    Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
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    2. The Boxcar Children: Books 1-4 (Boxcar Children, No 1-4)
    by Gertrude Chandler Warner
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    Asin: 0807508543
    Catlog: Book (1990-09-01)
    Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company
    Sales Rank: 1158
    Average Customer Review: 4.63 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (43)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Mai Nou's Review
    Wow! I think The Boxcar Children is the best book I ever read. It was about four chldren that run away from their grandfather. They think that their grandfather is mean. Henry the oldest works for a doctor in town. Jessie the third loves to cook. Violet the second oldest loves to sew. Benny the youngest loves to make stuff.They tell about the characters and why they are homeless. I'm in love with Jessie's foods. I like when they create their own things. I recommend this book to fourth and fifth graders. I would love to read the next book. I give this book 5 stars.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The BoxCar Children
    Wow! This fantastic book changed my whole life in reading.This book was about 4 wonderful orphans who are runaways. Their mother and father had died.They had a grandfather. They thought he was as mean as a tiger biting people's arms off that was why they wouldn't go live with him. They found a boxcar. Henry, the oldest child, went to find work in town and that was how they got their money.There was a wonderful race and it's up to you to find out who wins and gets the great prize. Also, you get to find out if their grandfather is mean or nice.I like this book because it is a mystery and a suspenseful book. I would recommened this book to people who like these kinds of books. I would give this book 5 stars because it is cool and rocks.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Give your child a love for reading
    I read these books in 3rd grade. I'm 25 now. I still think fondly about the times when I read the Boxcar Children series. I still remember the vivid explaination by Gertrude Chandler Warner of the treasures the children find including a cup with a chip in it that they use to survive while living in the boxcar.

    This is one of the many books that helped me develop a great love for reading. As an educator, I can now say that this is one of the literary gems out there that is timeless for students (and adults) of all ages to enjoy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My review of The Boxcar Children
    I liked this book. It's because it's not a boring book, it's an interesting book. You can solve the mystery along with them. They are mostly mysteries.

    2-0 out of 5 stars The Boxcar Children; An outdated series; By a 6th grader
    The Boxcar Children: I wouldn't recommend this book to the suggested age group; which is from ages 9 - 12. It is unrealistic to conclude that 4th - 6th graders would be the right age group. I would say 1st - 3rd grade. Perhaps the reading level is that of some 9 - 12 years olds, but the plot isn't advanced enough. I used to read these in second grade; after reading about nine of these (I didn't catch on too fast); I realized "wow, these are all the same". The plots are often fine and mystery filled...but the characters are almost impossible to relate to, not to mention the fact that all of the mysteries/crimes they encounter can be stomped out by a group of elementary-schoolers in around sixteen chapters. The characters seem strangely prefabricated and unrealistic. The dialogue is the same way. It doesn't seem like people are talking. I am quoting another review, but no-matter what these children go through, guess what, they never complain, they are always smiling. These siblings are almost impossible to relate to. They have seemingly cute habits, but in the end, they turn out fairly annoying such as the reference to a cup that the youngest sibling from the time spent in the boxcar...Let's face it; children's literature has certainly advanced since the 1950's. Really: 2.5 stars. There are certain things that I've mentioned in this review which may not matter as much to younger readers. ... Read more


    3. The Great Brain (Great Brain)
    by John D. Fitzgerald, Mercer Mayer
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    Asin: 0142400580
    Catlog: Book (2004-02-01)
    Publisher: Puffin Books
    Sales Rank: 221512
    Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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    The best con man in the Midwest is only ten years old. Tom, a.k.a., the Great Brain, is asilver-tongued genius with a knack for turning a profit. When the Jenkins boys get lost inSkeleton Cave, the Great Brain saves the day. Whether it’s saving the kids at school, orhelping out Peg-leg Andy, or Basil, the new kid at school, the Great Brain alwaysmanages to come out on top—and line his pockets in the process. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars I remember this book from when I was a nine year old boy...
    I never read any of the books in the Great Brain series; they were actually read to me when I was a child. It was a ritual that my mother and I had every night. Just after I got in bed she would sit or lie down next to me and pull out a book. Over the years she read many different series, and to be honest, at the age of 23 all of these stories are a bit of a blur, except one series, The Great Brain. The Great Brain was by far my favorite I remember the stories as though they were read to me yesterday. One bit, which I remember particularly, is a scene in one of the books involving a headmaster (I think) and one of the brothers. I remember something being said about adults finding it admirable when children looked them in the eye while being addressed. That little bit has stayed with me all my life. After my Mother read that part I immediately started holding my head high and looking every adult who spoke to me in the eye. I've done that ever since, and when I do it I remember The Great Brain. Anyhow, I thought I would share this the world, especially any parent looking for a book that their child might like. If you haven't done it yet, you should consider reading this series to your own kid.

    4-0 out of 5 stars I was so EXCITED--
    I was an avid reader as a child, and the GREAT BRAIN books were some of my favorites. I am now a mother of an avid reader, and tried to locate the books in several book stores. (For some reason, the library did not occur to me--shame on me!) I am so glad to have found them on Amazon.com that I am buying the whole set. This will be a great way to spend time with my son this summer! To parents--you will enjoy reading these with your children (sons or daughters)To children--you will enjoy reading these yourself (or listening, if you don't read yet). Very humorous series! Have a great time reading!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Two stars in the story--Tom D. and John D.
    Many books have complex plots or narration and attempt to pull together many characters or ideas, or they take place in some annoyingly exotic location. John D. Fitzgerald's books feel natural being in the town of Adenville, Utah and chart the progress of two brothers. Best yet, it introduces you to Adenville so you feel like you're there in a few pages and is overall nice and short--the chapters can stand alone as stories, but the book's short enough you'll have no problem reading it in one sitting. But the best part about this short book is--it has several sequels at least as good.

    On the one hand, there's John D., the narrator, who's sentimental and well-meaning but easily pushed around. Being eight he also overreact to everything, yet at the same time the narration tells you exactly what's going on. Then there's Tom D., who uses his Great Brain for swindling and occasionally for helping schoolmates and even adults.

    One chapter involves his charging money for kids to see the first instance of indoor plumbing in their hometown and trying to swindle John D., whom he hired to do the dirty work, into paying more than he should when things go wrong. Another involves his teaching a Greek immigrant boy how to be a 'real American'--for a fee, as he pulls some sharp deals along the way. But later Tom helps a friend who is seriously depressed without looking for repayment. You sense it can't last, and you don't want it to, because his hijinks are amusing, and as a reader, you don't have to worry about getting caught by them.

    Mercer Mayer's illustrations fit the book wonderfully, and the whole Great Brain series tends to cover issues of potential inferiority without being the least bit whiny. Although this book doesn't contain any of my favorite Great Brain swindles, it focuses more on emotions and people trying to fit in. The whole series is an overlooked set of contemporary classics.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Mr. Locker's 4/5 grade class reading group, loved this book!
    Mr. Lockers 4/5 grade readers, Oliver,Tori, Madison,Luc,Sam & Nick, January 26, 2004,
    Mr. Locker's 4/5 grade class reading group, loved this book!
    The Great Brain was a very funny book. I liked how the Great Brain figures out funny solutions. I think the author did a very good jobwith the book. I like how the author took his childhood and fit it into the book. I thought it was really GREAT!-Oliver M.age10 The Great Brain is a very interesting book. It is based on the funny happenings of the author, J.D.Fitzgerald's childhood.The story is told by J.D., the youngest brother. He tells of the exciting things that his older brother Tom(aka the GREAT BRAIN)does.THis is a very good book.-Madison C. age 9 The Great BRain is a great book to read when you are just having fun. THis book is about a boy named Tom who has a 'GREAT BRAIN'. HIs younger brother J.D., always wants to be like Tom. Sometimes Tom's 'GREAT BRAIN' gets him rewards and sometimes it get him into trouble.-Tori T.-age 10 'Tom (THE GREAT BRAIN) is hysterical with his weird ideas'! I liked this book and hope others do too.-Sam F.-age 11 MR. Locker's 4/5 Grade Reading Group @ Carter Elementary-Palm Desert, CA Loved the GREAT BRAIN!

    Also recommended: The Great Brain at the ACademy, Me and my little Brain, THe GREAT Brain does it again, More Adventures of The Great Brain

    5-0 out of 5 stars One Great Brain
    I read these books as child by checking them out of a library. Now almost 20 years later, I have decided to reread them all starting from the beginning. The Great Brain book is as good as I remembered. Some things may seem goofy at first from an adult perspective, but give the book a chance and read the whole thing. Many things come together later or at the end. John Fitzgerald gives every book a complete feeling, so you feel satisfied after completing each. Keep in mind the time and setting of the book and you'll be able to enjoy it. The book is written from JD's viewpoint, but is largely about TD aka the Great Brain. I enjoyed these books a child, I am enjoying them now, and my friends in their 50's are enjoying them too. These are for all ages and are my all-time favorite children's series. Now, I hope that they re-release the books or I'll have to look for them used. ... Read more


    4. The Yellow Yacht (A to Z Mysteries)
    by RON ROY
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    Asin: 0375824820
    Catlog: Book (2005-03-22)
    Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
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    5. Boxcar Children (Boxcar Children (Hardcover))
    by Gertrude Chandler Warner
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    Asin: 0807508519
    Catlog: Book (1989-06-01)
    Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company
    Sales Rank: 42816
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Read by Phyllis Newman
    Two cassettes / 1 hour 54 minutes

    Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny, four orphaned brothers and sisters, suddenly appear in a small town.No one knows who these young wanderers are or where they have come from.Frightened to live with a grandfather they have never met, the children make a home for themselves in an abandoned red boxcar they discover in the woods.Henry, the oldest, goes to town to earn money and buy food and supplies.

    Ambitious and resourceful, the plucky children make a happy life themselves--until Violet gets too sick for her brothers and sister to care for her.

    This unabridged recording will delight any child who has fantasized about being on his or her own and overcoming every obstacle.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars What a wonderful book!
    It is a book that my teacher make me to read it, it is hard for me at first,but not for now.
    It was about four children, Benny, Henry, Violet and Jessie who lost their mom and dad, and they didn't go find their grandpa because they think he will be mean to them. They got only a little money, so Henry go out and work for the doctor. And when the doctor look at the news paper, it said that two boys and two girls was missing, whoever find them will get a lot of money. And he think that it was Henry and his brother and sisters.
    One day, Violet was sick, so Henry ran to the doctor and tell him that his sister was very sick. The doctor go to their home and take Violet to his home.
    Will the doctor call their grandpa and get the money? And why this story his to do with the boxcar? To find out, read it!

    By Billy Hau

    5-0 out of 5 stars I found a passion for reading as a child - it began here..
    Before I read the Boxcar Children, in Elementary School, our class would make frequent visits to the library where I would check out books regularly. With the same regularity, however, I would usually turn them in unfinished, or unread altogether. I picked up this book, recommended to me by a teacher in the 3rd grade, and became earnestly engrossed in literature for the first time; I read the book 4 times. The central characters in this book are 4 children of various age, who find what they need to survive without parents to guide their decisions. The young central characters and the vivid descriptions make it easy for young readers to empathize with the children and visualize each event vicariously. The wilderness, the boxcar, the confrontations, the simple yet clever comforts they create for themselves, and the uncertainty of their future are among those things that make this book an enthralling and memorable read. I remember getting a chill at the "finish". A great book and a joy to read.

    I recommend The Boxcar Children to all young readers.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Gertrude Warner Museum
    I also read this book as a child. I did not put it aside till I was finished. The copy I read was signed by Miss Warner as she had been my mother's teacher. I live in Putnam, CT where Miss Warner lived. The Gertrude Chandler Warner Museum has recently opened in an old boxcar. It has been renovated and sits very near the railroad station she lived near as a child. A google search will bring up some items on the museum. I never met Miss Warner but, by all accounts, she was a wonderful woman.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fun to read for grown up kids!
    When I was nine years old and in fourth grade (never mind how long ago that was) I found THE BOXCAR CHILDREN when the Bookmobile came to our school. I checked it out and started reading it, and couldn't put it down.

    About two weeks ago I decided to read it again. I was still taken in and charmed by its ease of reading and its very well-written plot.

    It's about four orphaned children who have to fend for themselves and they find and old boxcar in the woods and they use it for shelter and manage to survive -- surprisingly well. The ending is happy, but for the young reader, the plot can keep them on edge until the story is over.

    Some might criticize this book as being "dated," but I have found that a good story will come through in spite of the chronological time in which it happenned. For myself, I found it fun and refreshing to read. Things STILL can turn out well.

    I'll make a guess that parents who read this story to their children will enjoy it as much as the kids do!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Second Best Book I've Ever Read
    This is a great book! Four orphans afraid of their grandfather settle down in an abandoned boxcar. Their names are: Benny, Violet, Jessie, and Henry. When Violet gets hurt they take her to the doctor and discover how kind their grandfather really is.

    This book is of a series so if you like this one there are many more. These four chidren solve mysteries with their dog in future books. ... Read more


    6. Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective (Encyclopedia Brown (Paperback))
    by DONALD J. SOBOL
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    Asin: 0553157248
    Catlog: Book (1985-04-01)
    Publisher: Skylark
    Sales Rank: 1822
    Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Mysteries and Puzzles
    Encyclopedia Brown is a 5th grade boy who solves puzzles, crimes and mysteries as easily and as unconsciously as breathing.

    Each book is a series of short mysteries (5-10 pages each) ending with a question - usually "how did Encyclopedia know that X was responsible for the crime". The answer to each mystery is at the back of the book. Solving the mystery takes no special knowledge, but it does require paying attention to detail. Don't turn to the answer too fast.

    This book is the first in the series, but the books do not have to be read in order. I loved the Encyclopedia Brown books when I was growing up. I am reading them again before I give them to my nephew who I hope will enjoy them as I did.

    Adults who like this series may also enjoy the Lateral Thinking Puzzles books.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Boy Sherlock Holmes
    "Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective" is a wonderful book for kids from about six years to about 12 or so. Published in 1963, it has a sweet tone reminiscent of 1950's TV shows. The fun, though, lies in tracing and anticipating young Brown's using logic, a little science, and keen observation to solve minor crimes and mysteries. Sometimes, he's helping his police chief father; other times kids bring the mysteries directly to him.

    Your child may successfully solve the mystery on his or her own (each of the 10 cases ends with a question, e.g., "HOW DID ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN KNOW THIS?," or, after trying to find the culprit, they can turn to the back for the brief answers. There's no tricks, though at least one story assumes a little more knowledge than might be expected from the average grade schooler. For example, one hint is that "Bull Run" was the Northern name for the Civil War battle, not the Southern name (although this solution has an easier clue as well).

    A wonderful, captivating series of vignettes (ten cases covering 78 pages, not including solutions), I recommend this very highly. It's also a great book for readers from about grades two through about six.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Average
    It's an okay book. It's more puzzle book than story book. Each chapter is a short mystery with the who done it left to the reader to figure out. Any reader familiar with logic puzzles shouldn't be baffled by them at all.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Challenging Puzzles!
    My Mom gave me Encyclopedia Brown as a reading assignment.

    Leroy Brown lives in the town of Idaville. He helps his dad solve police mysteries. No one in Idaville ever gets away with a crime when Encyclopedia is around!

    I admire how Leroy stands up to the bully, Bugs Meany.
    I really enjoyed trying to solve the mysteries. I think Leroy (Encyclopedia) Brown is the smartest person in the state!

    I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys solving a challenge. I have read a few others in the series and enjoyed those as well.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Encyclopedia Brown Does It Again
    I remember listening to a camp counselor read me Encyclopedia Brown mysteries years ago and being captivated by the short, though tricky cases. This summer, I became the counselor, and though my campers were reluctant to have me read to them at first, these books had an incredible impact on them. They quieted down and listened intently for as long as I would read and after each mystery would excitedly participate in a discussion about the solution. It also inspired several of them to start reading their own books or to ask me to borrow some of mine. These are very fun stories, well written, and have tremendous appeal for kids. I would recommend them to anyone who wants to read good books to kids or any kids who would like to provide themselves with hours of entertainment. ... Read more


    7. Arthur's Family Vacation - With Stickers (Arthur Adventure Series)
    by Marc Brown
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    Asin: 0316109584
    Catlog: Book (1995-04-01)
    Publisher: Little, Brown
    Sales Rank: 110326
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars We Liked This Story
    This story is about Arthur going on vacation with his family. Arthur didn't really want to go away with his family. He wanted to be with his best friend. At the end of the story, Arthur really does have fun and comes back to show his friend all the pictures. We liked this story because Arthur did a lot of fun things with his family.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Arthur's Family Vacation by Marc Brown
    It's the last day of school and Arthur wants Buster to come with him on vacation instead of going to camp. Arthur's mom and dad say that he can't come so he's disappointed. Everybody packs their stuff and they load the inside of the car and the roof. Arthur's family gets to the hotel. They only have one tiny little room for all of them and the pool is smaller than D.W.'s bathtub, she says. They have problems on their vacation. First, only the parents enjoy their dinner, then they try to write postcards, but they haven't done anything yet. Next it rains. Arthur fixes their trip by planning out a whole bunch of fun stuff for the family. On Friday it stopped raining and it was the best day yet. They went to the beach. When they got home, Buster was already there. Arthur and Buster had missed each other, but Arthur had a great time with his family on vacation. This was a good book, but not the best I ever read. Marc Brown is one of my favorite authors. I'd recommend this book to a second or third grader who likes to watch the Arthur T.V. show. ... Read more


    8. The Boxcar Children Mysteries: Books 5-8 (The Boxcar Children Series, No 5-8)
    by Gertrude Chandler Warner
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    Asin: 0807508578
    Catlog: Book (1991-09-01)
    Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company
    Sales Rank: 1790
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    5-0 out of 5 stars book #8
    I love this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... Read more


    9. Arthur Writes a Story (Arthur Adventure Series)
    by Marc Brown
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    Catlog: Book (1998-09-01)
    Publisher: Little, Brown
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Because Arthur is so cool!
    I love Pal! (Arthur's dog) Arthur writes about how he got pal for school. I really like Arthur books!!!! Danielle

    4-0 out of 5 stars It is fun to read.
    Everybody should write a story. I am 5 years old and I love to write ... just like Arthur. ... Read more


    10. The X'ed-Out X-Ray (A to Z Mysteries)
    by RON ROY
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    Asin: 0375824812
    Catlog: Book (2005-02-22)
    Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
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    11. A to Z Mysteries: The White Wolf (A to Z Mysteries)
    by RON ROY
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    Asin: 0375824804
    Catlog: Book (2004-11-23)
    Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
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    12. Nate The Great (Nate The Great, paper)
    by MARJORIE WEINMAN SHARMAT
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    Asin: 044046126X
    Catlog: Book (1977-04-01)
    Publisher: Yearling Books
    Sales Rank: 6860
    Average Customer Review: 4.91 out of 5 stars
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    Shortly after a breakfast generously supplied with pancakes, Natethe Great got an urgent call from Annie.

    "I lost a picture," said Annie. "Can you help me find it?"

    "Of course," said Nate. "I have found lost balloons, books, slippers, chickens. Even a lost goldfish. Now I, Nate the Great, will find a lost picture."

    "Oh, good," Annie said.

    Nate, with the cool detachment of a Sam Spade, immediately plunges into his new and baffling case. Getting all the facts, asking the right questions, narrowing down the suspects. Nate, the boy detective who "likes to work alone," solves the mystery and tracks down the culprit. In the process he also discovers the whereabouts of Super Hex, the missing cat.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Hilarious!
    This is a very cute and quirky detective story for the advanced first to third grade reader. I believe even older readers (including adults) will thoroughly enjoy this book as well.

    Nate the Great is a boy detective who is on a VERY big case. He has to help his friend Annie find a lost picture. We follow Nate as he unveils clue after hilarious clue until he reaches a rather unusual conclusion. One of the funniest stories I have read. We'll be ordering the entire series.

    Enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nate the Great Detective Debut
    NATE THE GREAT is the first book in a wonderful series that introduces young readers to the world of mysteries, clues, and pancakes that is Nate the Great. Shortly after a big breakfast of pancakes, Nate is contacted by his friend Annie. She has a mystery for him. The picture, painted in yellow, she did of her dog Fang is missing. She wants Nate to find the picture for her. Nate leaves a note for his mother and is in hot pursuit of the clues that will let him know where the missing picture is. During the course of his investigation, Nate meets Rosamond and her four cats-Super Hex, Big Hex, Little Hex, and Plain Hex, and Annie's little brother Harry. One of them holds the secret of where the missing picture is.

    Marjorie Weinman Sharmat is the author of over twenty Nate the Great adventures, including NATE THE GREAT STALKS STUPIDWEED, NATE THE GREAT AND THE BORING BEACH BAG, NATE THE GREAT AND THE HALLOWEEN HUNT, and NATE THE GREAT AND THE MUSHY VALENTINE. She has written dozens of books for young readers. She named Nate the Great after her father. Her books have been named as Children's Choice books and Junior Literary Guild selections, and been picked as Books of the Year by the Library of Congress. Nate the Great was named after the author's father.

    As in every Nate the Great book she writes, Marjorie Sharmat plays fairly with young readers (ages 4-8) regarding the mystery and the clues. Her prose is tight, clean, and concise. Reading aloud to younger readers is an absolute hoot, and if the reader can manage the tough-guy private eye voice of a Mickey Spillane novel, the effect on young readers is even more mesmerizing. The illustrations by Marc Simont-the long-time artist of the Nate the Great series-complements the story very well, lending humor, clues, and vibrant color for young eyes. NATE THE GREAT is the perfect place to join the series because this book sets up all of Nate's world, from the frantic call by friends that have lost something, to the note Nate always leaves his mom on the refrigerator explaining his whereabouts, to the regulars that make up Nate's world.

    The entire Nate the Great series is recommended to younger readers and parents who love reading to their children that might have tired of (or memorized!) all of the rhyming Dr. Seuss books. This series makes a great transition to leap from to Nancy Drew or the Hardy Boys later.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nate the Great
    Would you want to be a detective? Well i do. Nate the Great works like a detective. He likes to eat pancakes. He works alone. And he has so many friens.
    I like Nate the Great books because Nate the Great tells
    some jokes and he does some funny things.
    I recommend Nate the Great books to anyone who likes Nate the Great books because Nate the Great is so funny and he tells some jokes to anyone.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fun Picture Book All Will Enjoy
    Meet Nate the Great, the neighborhood detective. He's just finishing up breakfast (pancakes, of course) when Annie calls. She's lost the picture of her dog Fang that she just painted and wants help finding it. So Nate goes over and helps her hunt down the leads. But can he solve the mystery?

    I remember this book well from my childhood, and it's still good for a few grins today. Nate has some great one-liners, especially when read with a Joe Friday monotone. The plot is very creative if a bit obvious at the end to adults. The pictures only add to the pleasure.

    This is the strongest book from the series. Children will ask for it over and over; I know I did. Parents will enjoy the humor and characters as well. Buy it today for read aloud pleasure.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hilarious children's book in verse
    "Nate the Great" is, in a word, great. In Nate the Great, Marjorie W. Sharmat has created a hero for young boys. He acts very independently, walking around the neighborhood by himself, making his own pancakes, etc. but he wears his rubbers, and he *always* leaves a note for his mother. Marc Simont really comes through in his laid-back illustrations (some shaded, some in color) that reveal important points of the case, but do not force things down the readers' throats. Also, like the writer, Simont manages humor without going overboard.

    As in the best children's books, the writing style is simple yet powerful, like a haiku. Although the "Nate the Great" series is written in full sentences, Sharmat has slyly created a wonderful introduction to poetry-that-doesn't-rhyme with his carefully placed line breaks and page breaks. Here is the first page of text: "My name is Nate the Great. / I am a detective. / I work alone. / Let me tell you about my last case: / I had just eaten breakfast. / It was a good breakfast."

    The first book in the Nate the Great series is by far the best, because the funniest parts are in the character development that, of course, takes a back seat in later volumes. The establishing shots of and paragraphs talking about Nate, Annie, Fang, and Rosamond are absolutely hilarious. Continuity watchdogs will note Fang's slightly more menacing nature (and color change) and Annie's lost fascination for yellow in later books. Of course, kids won't notice or care.

    The official reviews don't make it clear which books in the series are actually in this volume. The cover is definitely not the original cover of book 1. You might want to look into that before buying.

    This series is great fun for little kids and whoever is lucky enough to be reading to them. Get all the Nate you can find! ... Read more


    13. Scooby-Doo! Storybook Collection (Scooby-Doo)
    by Jesse Leon McCann, Scholastic, Gail Herman
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    Catlog: Book (2002-11-01)
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    Go team! Scooby and the gang love to cheer for their favorite football team, but there's something strange about the fans at the game. Are space aliens watching the game as well? It looks like another mystery for Scooby and the gang! ... Read more


    14. Surprise Island (Boxcar Children Series, No 2)
    by Gertrude Chandler Warner, Mary Gehr
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    Asin: 0807576743
    Catlog: Book (1989-09-01)
    Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company
    Sales Rank: 18312
    Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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    Read by Phyllis Newman
    two cassettes / two hours 35 mins.

    Adventure abounds as the Alden children spend a summer living on their grandfather's island.They display a wealth of confidence in their ability to face life's everyday challenges armed only with their clever inventiveness and the support of eachother.Few subjects are as sure to capture the imaginations of children as the idea of living on their own.A hint of suspense is woven through the story until the mysterious true identity of Joe the handyman is finally revealed.
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    4-0 out of 5 stars A fun book for kids!!
    The Boxcar Children #2 Suprise Island is a great book for kids and others 15 and under. My favorite part was when the kids found Indian Point and all the artifacts hidden there. After they found all the artifacts they made there own museum. My other favorite part was when the dogs raced each other. When they had to leave they weren't very disspointed because they knew that they were going to come back.The author is such a realistic writer that when you read this book you think that you are there with them.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Full of surprises
    I still enjoy these books even though the real thrill of reading them only happens when you're still a child. I remember not liking this one much the first time through, actually, but then a year later or so re-reading it and liking it.

    Basically it's a summer of re-living the survival skills of the first book, except they are in a barn on their grandfather's island. A captain and his so-called handyman live close by to help if anything should happen. But the handyman seems to know a lot, and the children find it hard to believe that he's only a handyman.

    This book also marks the first appearance of Benny's friend Mike, who plays a pretty important role in some of the books to come. It also hints at the yellow house, which was what spurred the story of the third book (the first real mystery in the series).

    Definitely should be read as part of the real Boxcar Children experience - not the foundationless fluff written by various authors of today.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Supurise Island
    If you like adventure this is the book for you! This book takes you on a quest to a new land. The Box Car Children always find a way to kepp that book in your hand!!I reccomend this to anybody who like discoveies

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Mystery for People Who Loves Mystery
    I have many of the Boxcar children books. They are really colorful on my bookshelf because of the differnt colors of the spines of the books. OK, once you read the first book, you have to read the second one. It is really good for people who are adventurous just like the Boxcar Children. This set of books are perfect for young readers. Parents, These are perfect for your kids. They are short and sweet. I recommend this for children in the Third and Fourth Grades

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Boxcar Children on Suprise Island!
    Mysteryous adventures welcome The Boxcar Children to Suprise Island, a mysteryous private island that the children visit in the second book in THE BOXCAR CHILDREN series.

    One of the very rare orginal books, truly written by Gurtrude Chandler Warner, it follows the newest adventures of Henery, Jessie, Vilot, and Benny as they attempt to solve the mystery of the island's stranger who cannot reveal his identy to them.... This book is even more gripping and mysteryous than the forerunner, THE BOXCAR CHILDREN, and will delight those who consider themselves friends of the Alden family.

    Also Reccomended: The Boxcar Children (#1), The Yellow House Mystery (#3), Mystery Ranch (#4), Mike's Mystery (#5), Blue Bay Mystery (#6), The Woodshed Mystery (#7), The Lighthouse Mystery (#8) Mountian Top Mystery (#9), Schoolhouse Mystery (#10) Caboose Mystery (#11), Houseboat Mystery (#12), Snowbound Mystery (#13), Tree House Mystery (#14), Bicycle Mystery (#15), Mystery in the Sand (#16), Mystery Behind the Wall (#17), Bus Station Mystery (#18), Benny Uncovers a Mystery (#19) ... Read more


    15. Me and My Little Brain (Great Brain)
    by John D. Fitzgerald, Mercer Mayer
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    Asin: 0142400645
    Catlog: Book (2004-02-01)
    Publisher: Puffin Books
    Sales Rank: 16644
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Tom, a.k.a. the Great Brain, is off to boarding school. Now his little brother, J. D., is freeto follow in Tom’s ingenious, conniving, and profitable footsteps. All of J. D.’s attemptsat turning a profit fail miserably, and he soon realizes that he just doesn’t have that craftyGreat Brain knack. But when his younger brother is kidnapped, J. D. finds that his littlebrain may not be so ordinary after all.... ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Get the series, they are great, classic children's books
    John Dennis Fitzgerald intended to chronicle his youth in Utah for adults, not children. His publisher thought otherwise and the result are these gems. I don't even call them children's lit gems because I find them just as enjoyable as an adult. Before I go on, you should know that Fitzgerald wrote one book about his youth that is for adults, called "Papa Married a Mormon". It is one of the most amazing books on the American west that I have ever read. Sadly, it is out of print, and you may, like me, have to pay an exorbitant sum to get a copy. Trust me, save up and do it. Now back to this book. Every single Great Brain book in the series is pure gold, and the entire set can be had cheaply, so I say buy them all at once. I "put my money where my mouth is" as Tom the Great Brain would say, and bought the lot.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for the 4th grade reader
    I was introduced to "Me and My Little Brain" back in the late 70's when my 4th grade teacher assigned it to the class. Not only do I remember being obsessed with this book, I made my parents go out and buy the rest of the Great Brain books so I could read them all. It was an excellent beginning for me as a reader, and it became the first series of books I wanted to read, not just because I had to for school. The fact is, I can't wait to share it with my own son when that time comes. I highly recommend this one, and Fitzgerald's entire catelog of Great Brain books.

    5-0 out of 5 stars If I Only Had a Brain
    I read these books as child by checking them out of a library. Now almost 20 years later, I have decided to reread them all starting from the beginning. In this book, J.D. decides that he can fill the Great Brain (T.D.)'s shoes, while T.D. is away at the Academy in Salt Lake City. It turns out to be a humbling experience, thus the title, Me and My Little Brain. While some people may tell you that this book isn't as good without the presence of the Great Brain, I found this book just as entertaining as the rest. The storytelling is as superb as the rest. You don't want to miss this book because it introduces the character, Frankie, who allows this book to still be about brothers. Towards the end of this book, we find out that J.D. can still do some amazing stuff even though he has a little brain. This book and The Great Brain at the Academy are parallel books, which describe events happening at the same time, however, you should read this book first to have things make sense.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great & not so great brain
    The third book in the series has mighty big shoes to fill but it lives up to expectations very well.
    Other reviewers have expressed concern over the lack of stories with the main character (Tom), but this book is true to it's title and deals with the younger Fitzgerald in very well.\

    I applaud the author for taking time to focus on the troubles of a younger sibling when his older (and more conniving) brother is absent.

    I enjoyed this book very much when I was younger, and still enjoy it now that I am an adult and father.

    This series is one that I hope to share with my children as they grow up, and I hope they will get as much pleasure from the stories as I did.

    3-0 out of 5 stars The Great Brain himself does not appear.
    J.D.'s brother Tom, the Great Brain himself, does not appear at all in this particular book. This one takes place after Tom has left for the Catholic Academy and is mostly about J.D. trying to follow in the Great Brain's footsteps, a task that J.D. doesn't fulfill until the last chapter, which makes this one a pretty tedious read. Tom's absence leaves a gaping hole. Try to imagine if J.K. Rowling were to write another book about Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and Harry Potter is not in it. That's how boring 'Me and My Little Brain' is without Tom. But readers of the Great Brain series still shouldn't skip this one. It explains the adoption of a youngest son named Frankie, who will be mentioned in the fourth book, 'The Great Brain at the Academy.' ... Read more


    16. The Mystery of the Blinking Eye (Trixie Belden)
    by KATHRYN KENNY
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    Asin: 0375830529
    Catlog: Book (2005-05-24)
    Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
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    17. More Adventures of the Great Brain (Great Brain)
    by John D. Fitzgerald, Mercer Mayer
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    Asin: 0803725914
    Catlog: Book (1999-12-01)
    Publisher: Dial Books
    Sales Rank: 8844
    Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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    J. D. idolizes his older brother Tom, a.k.a. The Great Brain, a silver-tongued con artist with a genius for making a profit. No matter what the situation, The Great Brain will always find a way to turn it to his advantage--usually, his financial advantage. As boys growing up at the beginning of the 1900s, J. D. and Tom have plenty of scope for their adventures. And while J. D.'s ingenuity may not equal his conniving brother's, as a narrator he is endearingly sympathetic and wildly entertaining.

    First published in the late 1960s and early 1970s, this classic series has been popular ever since. Now the first three books are again available in hardcover, complete with their original illustrations. Join the amazing Great Brain and his befuddled brother as they continue to captivate generations of young readers.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars More Laughs
    I read these books as child by checking them out of a library. Now almost 20 years later, I have decided to reread them all starting from the beginning. While, the first book ends with T.D., aka the Great Brain, supposedly reformed, after he receives that shiny new bike for Christmas he's back at it again in More Adventures of the Great Brain. One of my favorite chapters in this book is the one about Old Butch because it shows T.D.'s feeling side and allows his character to have depth beyond his tricks. Much of this book is typical of the Great Brain and is good for some laughs. I recommend all the books of this series to children and adults alike.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for any age
    John Dennis Fitzgerald intended to chronicle his youth in Utah for adults, not children. His publisher thought otherwise and the result are these gems. I don't even call them children's lit gems because I find them just as enjoyable as an adult. Before I go on, you should know that Fitzgerald wrote one book about his youth that is for adults, called "Papa Married a Mormon". It is one of the most amazing books on the American west that I have ever read. Sadly, it is out of print, and you may, like me, have to pay an exorbitant sum to get a copy. Trust me, save up and do it. Now back to this book. Every single Great Brain book in the series is pure gold, and the entire set can be had cheaply, so I say buy them all at once. I "put my money where my mouth is" as Tom the Great Brain would say, and bought the lot.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Absolute Favorite Childhood Book Series
    Growing up, this series was my absolute favorite. The western themes, the sibling plots and the historical aspect of it kept me interested and kept me reading. The books stood on their own, but the characters developed from novel to novel. I read them in fourth grade, vigorously, and can not recommend them strongly enough.

    It was the first real page-turned I ever came across.

    5-0 out of 5 stars More Adventures of the Great Brain
    This book was an adventurous, and exciting book. It always kept me off my seat, and always kept me wondering.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great reading for all.
    I am surprised at the lack of attention the "Great Brain" series gets. There is a great charm to small town America which is represented in each book. Futher, the interplay between the "kill or be killed" attitude of Tom and the sweetness of his brother John makes for great reading. As well, young children learn the benefits and drawbacks of both attitudes. Truly a great read for kids and a great re-read for adults. ... Read more


    18. Nate the Great and the Stolen Base (Nate the Great Detective Stories (Paperback))
    by MARJORIE SHARMAT
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    Asin: 0440409322
    Catlog: Book (1994-02-01)
    Publisher: Yearling
    Sales Rank: 10325
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Nate the Great
    I really liked the book because it talks about some kids that play baseball togheter and when the second base was stollen they decided to look for it. Nate the Great worked hard to find it. He found it behind the bookcase in Oliver's house. I also liked the name he gave his dog: Sludge. I think he is a great detective because he was able to solve the case.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
    I love the "Nate the Great" books by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat. They keep my daughter's interest and she loves the characters and Nate always having his pancakes. She tries to read the books herself and I love any book that challenges her to do that. I hope to see more books by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat. I feel she's a talented author and should be applauded for her children's works. ... Read more


    19. The Great Brain Is Back
    by John D. Fitzgerald, Diane Degroat, Diane De Groat
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    Asin: 0803713460
    Catlog: Book (1995-03-01)
    Publisher: Dial Books
    Sales Rank: 28397
    Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars LIKE THE WONDER YEARS....
    I am now 33 years old and still love the Great Brain series. I read them as a child and bought the paperback set then. I still have it.......covers off, torn pages and raggedy books overall, but I still love them. The Great Brain series is great for kids..........it teaches them a lot about what life was like back then with no t.v or computers. It is also a great series for adults. Takes you back to a childhood like the Wonder Years series. You will love it. Makes a great gift. The person you gift it to will love you for it!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Get the series, they are great, classic children's books
    John Dennis Fitzgerald intended to chronicle his youth in Utah for adults, not children. His publisher thought otherwise and the result are these gems. I don't even call them children's lit gems because I find them just as enjoyable as an adult. Before I go on, you should know that Fitzgerald wrote one book about his youth that is for adults, called "Papa Married a Mormon". It is one of the most amazing books on the American west that I have ever read. Sadly, it is out of print, and you may, like me, have to pay an exorbitant sum to get a copy. Trust me, save up and do it. Now back to this book. Every single Great Brain book in the series is pure gold, and the entire set can be had cheaply, so I say buy them all at once. I "put my money where my mouth is" as Tom the Great Brain would say, and bought the lot.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable story
    I read all of the Great Brain books as a child, and enjoyed them thoroughly. I was thrilled to discover this new (to me) volume out. It does follow the same formula as the other books, with chapters where Tom's money loving heart swindles the kids out of their money, as well as chapters where his Great Brain saves the day. The characters are all there, too: J. D., Sweyn, Frankie, Parley, Basil, Danny, and the other kids in the town, as well as Mamma, Papa, and a new influence on Tom's Great Brain: a girl!

    There's nothing new here, as the anecdotes are like those in the other books. I enjoyed best the chapters with the Paiute tribe and the fishing expedition, as it reminds me that life on one hand may not be the same, but maybe on the other hand it is.

    If you enjoy the Great Brain books, and would like some new stories, pick this book up. If you've never read the Great Brain before, go back and read them in order, or try a few of the paperback editions first.

    2-0 out of 5 stars The Great Brain
    I read the book The Great Brain. But there were some parts that I did not like. Overall, most of the book was great. If you ever get a chance to read The Great Brain, I think you will like it very much. A.M.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A GREAT BOOK!
    I think THE GREAT BRAIN WAS A GREAT BOOK. I thought the book was a great book to read. I like the part when Tom was helping Andy on his pegleg. At the end, Tom turned out to be a very good kid. I couldn't see how Tom had the guts to do the things to Mr.Standish. Whoever reads my book review, I encourage you to check it out and read it. It is a very good book for kids and adults. It's very entertaining and cheerful. The sad part was when Abie died of malnutrition. But even though he died of malnutrition, that's nothing to keep you from reading THE GREAT BRAIN.It's a great book. ... Read more


    20. The Absent Author (A to Z Mysteries)
    by RON ROY
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    Asin: 0679881689
    Catlog: Book (1997-09-23)
    Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
    Sales Rank: 17151
    Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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    A is for author....Dink writes to his favorite author, mystery writer

    Wallis Wallace, and invites him to visit Green Lawn. To Dink's amazement,

    Wallace says he'll come! But when the big day arrives, Wallace is nowhere to be

    found. The police think he just missed his plane, but Dink suspects foul play.

    It's up to Dink and his two best friends, Josh and Ruth Rose, to find the

    famous writer--before it's too late!




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    5-0 out of 5 stars Big thumbs up from Mom...
    This mystery book is about 3 children, Dink, Josh and Ruth Rose, who follow clues to track down a missing famous author. I read this book to my 2 daughters ages 8 and 5. They both loved it. My 5 year old normally has a hard time paying attention to chapter books but SHE was the one begging for "just one more chapter" each night when it was time to put the book down. This morning she asked me if we could start the "B" book tonight!!! My 8 year old packed the book to take with her to school to read herself during DEAR today! I would say it's a hit all around!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Absent Author by Jade, Geneva NY
    Have you ever invited a famous person to visit you who accepted the invation and strangely never showed up?Well Dink has! The
    Absent Author is Dink and Ruth Roses' favorite author.The author's
    name is Wallis Wallace.Dink invited him to the Book Nook and
    Wallis accepted it to sign books.All of the kids meet at the Book Nook and Wallis never showed up.Dink thought he was kidnapped because of the letter they got.Its a mystery where and who the Author really was.I think the book is really interesting because
    its a mystery book.Also because the kids were acting like detectives.The absent author was suspenseful.It also made me think.I really think that you should buy this because how much intersting stuff is in it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best mystery
    I gave this book five stars because it was a mystery book that the kids are looking for a absent author. They thik she is a boy. I like it that way because you really do not know what is happening so you are wondering were the absent author is. Then once you now some clues you could find the author.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Book I've ever read!
    The book is about a boy,Dink, and he asked his favorite mystery author to come to Green Lawn and sign books at the Book Nook. Dink asked his friends Josh and Ruth Rose to come with him to meet the author. When they got there, there was a sign the said, "welcome Willas Wallos!" But the chair in back of the sign was empty. Read the rest and see for you self!

    3-0 out of 5 stars The Absent Author Book Review
    This book was pretty good.It made sence,but it wasn't the best book I've ever read .I would reccomend it to a third or fourth grader, because it's about their reading level. The Absent Author was sort of exciting, but not really.... ... Read more


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