- Evan Brain and His Family
- Evan Brain and His Comics
- Evan Brain and His Kindergarten Teacher
- Evan Brain and His First Grade Teacher
- Evan Brain and His Second Grade Teacher
- Evan Brain and His Babysitters
- Glossary of Weird Terms
- Photos of Evan Brain and Aliens
Eve Becker-Doyle and Evan Brian Doyle
Illustrated by Evan Brain Doyle
Becker Doyle & Associates Publishing 2007
Guide Review - Book Review: Evan Brain, Adventures of a Delusional Kid Superhero
Evan "Brain" is Evan Brian, but he sometimes called himself Evan "Brain." That tells you something about his attitude and his imagination. His versions of his experiences are creative tales that any gifted kid who enjoys fantasy will understand. Parents, however, will need the glossary.
Here is an example from Evan's adventures in first grade:
"The Gorbat had in its posession a pair of knives, and forced Evan under a set of computer tables. A titanic fight ensued. Computer cables were cut during the vicious brawl, and Evan succeeded in scalping the Gorbat alive."Initially, since the chapter subtitles are "according to Eve" and "the other side of the story...according to Evan," I thought that Eve's part of the chapter would be about her perspective and I was initially a little puzzled. Eve's version is really more like a translation of Evan's version than a completely unique perspective of the same event. For example, in Eve's version of the Gorbat event, she says:
"One day Evan and his friend were playing under the computer table with some scissors. Evan cut his friend's hair and the friend cut the computer cable."It took no time to realize what the two parts of the chapter were and I read quickly though the book, and with each chapter, as I read Eve's version, I looked forward to seeing how Evan had interpreted the events.