THE WIDE WINDOW
New York : HarperCollins,
IL 5-8, RL 6.8
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In A Series of Unfortunate Events "The Wide Window", Aunt Josephine is
the new guardian of the Baudelaire orphans. She is afraid of everything.
Captain Sham (Count Olaf) is trying to steal the orphans' fortune yet again.
They have to save Aunt Josephine, reveal Count Olaf, and save the day!
Some of the lessons that you learn are to listen to children once in a
while. You shouldn't always think their wrong. They might always
be right. Or at least some of the time. Not all children are
helpless and stupid. The Baudelaire orphans were almost every time
in this book.
This is an exciting novel, it's so thrilling. It's a unique novel
because of all the depression. The villain always gets away.
It's such a good book. The leeches are especially exciting.
(Nathan L., Student)
Baudelaire, Klaus (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Baudelaire, Sunny (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Baudelaire, Violet (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Orphans -- Fiction.
Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
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