Gr. 5-8. "Book the Twelfth," second to last in the fantastically popular A Series of Unfortunate Events, reunites the beleaguered Baudelaire orphans with a host of characters from previous adventures as they gather at Hotel Denouement (with rooms organized according to the Dewey decimal system) to await the delivery of--the sugar bowl. Well, fans will get the drift, despite the fact that this inventive go-round seems more dizzying and stuffed with definitions than usual. But even as the series draws to a close, new questions arise--the most important one being, are the kids valorous volunteers or villains after all? Stephanie ZvirinCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
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Praise for A Series of Unfortunate Events: "Wicked Good Fun." -- Kirkus Reviews "Vivid. Designed to alight on the best-seller lists." -- The New York Times Book Review "Hilarious. Luckily for fans, the woes of the Baudelaires are far from over." -- Publishers Weekly
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