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The Return of the Great Brain (The Great Brain Series #6)
     

The Return of the Great Brain (The Great Brain Series #6)

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by John D. Fitzgerald
 

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Tom Fitzgerald, alias The Great Brain, is back, struggling to stay reformed now that his friends have threatened to ostracize him if he puulls even one more swindle. But his brother J.D. knows Tom's reformation is too good to be true, and as a reformed Great Brain makes for a dull life, J.D. is not altogether unhappy—or blameless—when his brother's

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Tom Fitzgerald, alias The Great Brain, is back, struggling to stay reformed now that his friends have threatened to ostracize him if he puulls even one more swindle. But his brother J.D. knows Tom's reformation is too good to be true, and as a reformed Great Brain makes for a dull life, J.D. is not altogether unhappy—or blameless—when his brother's money-loving heart stealthily retums to business as usual.

Under the watchful eyes of parents and friends, Tom has to be craftier than ever, and indeed he is. Whether he's cleverly pulling an out-and-out swindle so as not to be caught or solving a train robbery and murder, Tom's Great Brain never fails.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780808538783
Publisher:
Turtleback Books
Publication date:
08/28/1975
Series:
Great Brain Series , #6
Product dimensions:
5.29(w) x 7.74(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

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Return of the Great Brain (The Great Brain Series #6) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book solves the problem of the Great Brain aka TD¿s return to the Academy by building an Academy right in town. Now, the story can take place in our favorite town, Adenville, and utilize all of our favorite characters. TD works under the guise of being reformed throughout this book, but still ends up with all of the other kids¿ the money. He¿s also able to word his tricks in such a way that he can¿t be caught or punished. It¿s funny because while JD, TD¿s little brother, has been swindled the most he miss the excitement and even encourages TD in his money-loving ways.