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Brooks Berry in the Case of the Stolen Season

Brooks Berry in the Case of the Stolen Season
Brooks Berry in the Case of the Stolen Season
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Brooks Berry is your normal 12 year old boy. Obsessed with sports, best friends with his dog Ripken and a very curious mind. He also is one of Wauwatosa's leading detectives. Join this boy sleuth and his friends on his mystery solving adventures packed with unexpected twists and turns. Written in the spirit of the Hardy Boys & Nancy Drew mysteries. First edition of a new series.

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Pages: 157
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-557-48874-2
Categories: Action Adventure, Family & Friends, Growing Up
Features: Illustrations, Chapters
Keywords: mystery, sports, football, detective, teen, thriller, suspense
Date Added: May 8, 2011
B R O O K S B E R R Y I N The Case of The Stolen Season Michael James Published by Michael James at Smashwords Copyright Michael James This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only This ebook may not be resold or given away to other people If you would like to share this book with another person please purchase an additional copy for each person If youre reading this book and did not purchase it or it was not purchased for your use only then please return to Smashwordscom and purchase your own copy Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author Chapter Practice Makes Perfect The summer was starting to give away its secret that it was over The nights were becoming cooler and the sun was setting a few minutes earlier each day Brooks Berry noticed things like that Brooks noticed a lot of things that other year olds didnt He was tall for being only had blond hair and blue eyes and was pretty skinny He would be starting junior high this year That could be intimidating for some kids but he wasnt that scared he was a pretty confident kid Usually one of the smarter ones in his classes but the thing that stood out about Brooks the most was his ability to solve puzzles and riddles Ask him anything he knew how to solve it Or dont ask him hell probably already have asked himself the question and was on his way to solving it He was always asking questions that were different from other kids his age He was putting together adult puzzles when he was or Doing crossword puzzles meant for adults And he loved mysteries He loved reading old Sherlock Holmes books and the Hardy Boys He frequently was able to solve the mystery before the end of the book but he loved it when he wasnt able to It helped him hone his skills challenge his mind and look at things other than the obvious The doorbell rang and Brooks ran downstairs to meet his friend Brad Klemz Brad was here to pick him up and they were going to head to the high school football field to throw the ball aroun