Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library
Publish date: June 25th 2013
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Books About Books
, Middle Grade
I'm not really the ideal audience for this book. Even when I was younger I didn't like these "wish-fulfillment" type stories -- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, The Candymakers, The Mysterious Benedict Society ... none of them did anything for ...
The Westing Games meets Willy Wonky. A pretty good book. Loved the fact that it changed to a contest to get out. Lots of ways to use this in a class--talking about bullying, making friends, reading. Loved all the references to books too.
4.5 stars.Wow this was a super fun book. I loved that it took place in a library, though it felt more like a media centre than a real library. For instance, the games, the reality stuff, I just didn't think it fitted. But other than that? I wanted to be in that library and get lost there for days an...
Wow. Talk about a fun Juvenile book! Do you love books? Do you love libraries? Do you love their programs and reading about everything exciting you can find in one of them. I highly, highly recommend this fun library adventure. It's an easy read, quick to breeze through and something you love to enj...
An essay contest to determine which 12, 12-year olds will spend the night in the new library. What is so special about this library? It was designed in secret by Mr. Lemoncello, the designer of many popular board games & video games. He is eccentric and does things his own way. No one knows what the...