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Encyclopedia Brown Takes the Cake! (Encyclopedia Brown, #15 1/2)
Solve Encyclopedia's mysteries and then try his favorite recipes. With an updated cover look!


Match wits with Encyclopedia Brown and see if you can solve these mysteries before he does, in this excitin…
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