A Series of Unfortunate Events #3:
The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket




                             Window Of Wideness

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when it comes to the proper use of the English language, she is fearless.
But just when she should be the most fearful--wh...
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  1. 1. A Series of Unfortunate Events #3: The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket Window Of Wideness In The Bad Beginning, things, well, begin badly for the three Baudelaire orphans. And sadly, events only worsen in The Reptile Room. In the thir d in Lemony Snickets Series of Unfortunate Events, there is still no hope on the horizon for these poor children. Their adventures are exciting and memorable, but, as the author points out, exciting and memorable like being chased by a werewolf through a field of thorny bushes at midnight with nobody around to help you. This story begins when the orphans are being escorted by the well-meaning Mr. Poe to yet another distant relative who has agreed to take them in since their parents were killed in a horrible fire. Aunt Josephine, their new guardian, is their second cousins sister -in- law, and she is afraid of everything. Her house (perched precariously on a cliff above Lake Lachrymose) is freezing because she is afraid of the radiator exploding, she eats cold cucumber soup because shes afraid of the stove, and she doesnt answer the telephone due to potential electrocution dangers. Her greatest joy in life is grammar, however, and
  2. 2. when it comes to the proper use of the English language, she is fearless. But just when she should be the most fearful--when Count Olaf creeps his way back to find the Baudelaire orphans and steal their fortune--she somehow lets her guard down. Once again, it is up to Violet, Klaus, and Sunny to get themselves out of danger. Will they succeed? We havent the stomach to tell you. (Ages 9 to 12) --Karin Snelson Personal Review: A Series of Unfortunate Events #3: The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket The book I have read is called The Series of Unfortunate Events, The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket. This book is a fantasy. This story begins with the three Baudelaire children. Klaus, Violet, and Sunny are three of the main characters. One day, the Baud elaire children got into a cab to go to their guardian, their Aunt Josephine, who has many fears. She lives by a lake and her house is high in the air. The Baudelaire's went to the store once with their Aunt Josephine to get some food, and right then and there Violet ran into Count Olaf. For those who don't know Count Olaf is trying to kill the children because of their fortune their parents left behind when they died. No one believed the children though, because Count Olaf was in disguise as Captain Sham. Later on in the story, the Baudelaire's find out that Aunt Josephine has a library, but only full of grammar books. The children wonder why there aren't any books about the lake or anything else. Aunt Josephine told them that her husband had drowned in that lake because of the water leeches in the lake, and she ever wanted to look at another book about the lake again. So one day Aunt Josephine was eating dinner with the children when the phone rang, It was so called "Captain Sham" really Count Olaf. Violet answered the phone since Aunt Josephine was scared to. The next thing you know is the children are in there beds when all of a sudden they hear a big CRASH! It was the wide window in the library! Aunt Josephine had jumped out the window leaving a note though, it said that she had decided to leave the children in the hands of Captain Sham. The letter had many grammar errors though, that was unusual about Aunt Josephine too! The many errors it had left a message for the children saying Curled Cave. This probably meant that she was hiding there. So the children looked up about the Cured Cave, and got on a sailboat to go and get her. The children barely got in the sailboat because of one of Count Olaf's helper, but they managed. They got to Curled Cave, but Aunt Josephine would not leave. He finally left when Klaus said that realtors would come. When they were in the boat they were over the part where the leeches were located. Aunt Josephine was horrified since she had just eaten. Leeches attack people down by food! When they are getting attacked by the leeches Count Olaf comes. And the rest you will have to read to know the ending. I liked this book very much. It just might be the best book I have ever read. I like this book because of all of its details and actions! It was a very interesting book! Something you will want to read. I think this book is suitable for a 4th , 5th, or a 6th grader.
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