The shrewdest con artist west of the Mississippi during the early 1900s was 10-year-old Tom Fitzgerald, alias "The Great Brain." The stories of his ...Show synopsisThe shrewdest con artist west of the Mississippi during the early 1900s was 10-year-old Tom Fitzgerald, alias "The Great Brain." The stories of his exploits and schemes are told by his younger brother J.D. "A lively, funny . . . touching book written with flair."--"Saturday Review."Hide synopsis
Description:Mayer, Mercer. New. Brand New! Fast shipping! Great customer...Mayer, Mercer. New. Brand New! Fast shipping! Great customer service. You will be happy! Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 175 p. Contains: Illustrations. Great Brain, 1. Intended for a juvenile audience.
I read this book when I was young and I am so happy to come across it. I am going to buy it for my little one when he gets older. It is so captivating. I haven't read it in so long, so I don't remember exactly what happens plot-wise, but I remember being captivating by the book and reading it again and again. I can't wait until my new copy comes!!!!
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