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"A Series of Unfortunate Events - The Ersatz Elevator" by Lemony Snicket

In this sixth book of A Series of Unfortunate Events, “The Ersatz Elevator,” the Baudelaires find themselves at the Squalor’s apartment after being adopted by them. 145 more words

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"A Series of Unfortunate Events - The Austere Academy" by Lemony Snicket


In this fifth book of A Series of Unfortunate Events, “The Austere Academy,” the Baudelaires find themselves at Prufrock Preparatory School. There, Sunny is sent to work as a secretary for vice principle Nero, who is super rude. 109 more words

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"A Series of Unfortunate Events - The Miserable Mill" by Lemony Snicket


The fourth book in A Series of Unfortunate Events, “The Miserable Mill,” is a very sad story about the Baudelaire’s stay at Paltryville. Their legal guardian, who is the owner of Lucky Smells Lumber Mill, and whose name cannot be pronounced by any of the characters in the book, is extremely rude and forces the children to work at the mill. 93 more words

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"The Magic Finger" by Roald Dahl

“The Magic Finger” tells the story of a girl who can turn anyone she wants into monkeys by simply pointing at them. A family and some boys were teasing her, so she turned them into primates. 114 more words

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"A Series of Unfortunate Events - The Wide Window" by Lemony Snicket

The third number of A Series of Unfortunate Events, “The Wide Window,” is very good. It tells the story of the Baudelaires’ stay at their Aunt Josephine’s. 129 more words

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"Not all Princesses Dress in Pink" by Jane Yolen & Heidi E. Y. Stemple

“Not all Princesses Dress in Pink” is a poem about how girls don’t ┬ánecessarily have to do ‘girly’ things to actually behave like girls. The book tells how girls like to do sports, build stuff using power tools, get their hands dirty working hard, and stand up for themselves. 132 more words

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"A Series of Unfortunate Events - The Reptile Room" by Lemony Snicket

The second number of A Series of Unfortunate Events, “The Reptile Room,” is a very good book. The Baudelaires have finally found a nice guardian, their uncle Montgomery, a herpetologist who keeps many snakes in his lab at home. 147 more words

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