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Of all of the ridiculous expressions people use—and people use a great many ridiculous expressions—one of the most ridiculous is “No news is good news.” “No news is good news” simply means that if you don’t hear from someone, everything is probably fine, and you can see at once why this expression makes such little sense, because everything being fine is only one of many, many reasons why someone may not contact you.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events Review

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Number of Books: 13

Publisher: HarperCollins

Release Date of First Book: September 30th, 1999

Release Date of Last Book… 507 more words

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If you are like most people, you have an assortment of friends and family you can call upon in times of trouble. For instance, if you woke up in the middle of the night and saw a masked woman trying to crawl through your bedroom window, you might call your mother or father to help you push her back out.

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Word/Art Painting

My 3 pictures and quotes/ideas:


1. “The world is quiet here.”

-V.F.D. “A Series of Unfortunate Events”


2. “I want to make enough money that I can get away from everybody.” 15 more words


Review: "The Mysterious Benedict Society" by Trenton Lee Stewart

Upon first glance, The Mysterious Benedict Society looks like an ordinary mystery novel for children.  But it’s not.  The author, Trenton Lee Stewart, has been compared to Lemony Snicket, who penned all thirteen brilliant volumes of… 723 more words

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“Like me,” Sunny said, and abruptly stood up.  Violet and Klaus gasped in surprise as their baby sister took her first wobbly steps, and then walked closely beside her, ready to catch her if she fell.

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A Series, A Brother, An Unfortunate Event

That’s one thing about reading a series of books: what it means to you changes as time and the series progress, and you cope with the revelations and tragedies happening both in the books and in your own life. 1,106 more words