Books by Donald J. Sobol

CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 2010

"How pleasing to have a new clutch of mysteries for the rising generation thereof. (Crime fiction. 8-10)"
Cranking out the cases for his brainy, perpetually ten-year-old sleuth since 1963, Sobol dishes up ten more—from stolen cookies and rare stamps to faked photos (see title) and a bogus 18th-century diary. Read full book review >
ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN CRACKS THE CASE by Donald J. Sobol
ADVENTURE
Released: Sept. 1, 2007

"That's a formula that still works after more than a generation. (art not seen) (Fiction. 8-10)"
Having kept Idaville crime free "for more than a year"—more like 44 years, to be precise—the still-ten-year-old Leroy "Encyclopedia" Brown takes on ten more scams, misdemeanors and outright felonies. Read full book review >