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"Who Could That Be at This Hour?"

Snicket, L. (2012). “Who Could That Be at This Hour?” New York, NY: Little, Brown and Company.

Isbn: 978-0-316-12308-2

This is a great mystery for readers age 8-18. 338 more words

Tween Reader Advisory

Pretty Lonely

Well now that I have my picture(s), I am not exactly sure what to say. I could leave you with an endearing quote or give you a little background behind these photos but I think ill leave you guessing. 28 more words

Livro: A Series of Unfortunate Events - The Slippery Slope (Lemony Snicket)

Aêêê, graças ao calendário pelos feriados que me permitem passar uma semana em casa e recuperar minha relação com minha cama, a quem não encontro há algum tempo. 363 more words


A Memory

When I was in fourth year in high school, Scholastic Book Affairs coordinated with our school and supplied the library with books. Before allowing students to read the books, however, they have to take an exam to assess the level of their reading comprehension. 205 more words

And This Is Random.

A Series of Unfortunate Events, Lemony Snicket


Anyone who knows me, also knows that I’m obsessed with these books. My love for fiction and my thirst for knowledge has stemmed from these pages. 443 more words

Emma Clarke

The Art of Procrastination- The works of Lemony Snicket and Over The Garden Wall

Hey guys, I have not one thing but TWO cool things to talk about today! Recently I had just this random urge to read for a while such as: 633 more words


Smashing the Sugar Bowl: Back to Lemony Snicket

content warning: spoilers, duh.

Due to exams approaching fast, meaning my procrastination is at an all time high, and a chaotic night last night, which saw me in the hospital fearing a penicillin allergy or potential blood poisoning, I’ve decided to retreat back into children’s literature. 877 more words