series of unfortunate events
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What a beautiful day for the beach.
don't worry with a bit of the Baudelaire's fortune i'm sure we can fix it up in no time
i'm afraid the fortune is locked up until Violet comes of age
The house looks a bit run down
The Baudelaire children loved going to the beach on the rickety trolli on a cloudy day because that meant they had the whole beach to themselfs. But little did they know the horrible news they would receive of their parents death.
Mr.Poe, the Baudelaire's money manager who worked at the bank had told them their parents had perished in a terrible and unfortunate fire. So he brought the now orphans to their new guardian, Count Olaf.
As Mr.Poe explained to Count Olaf that the Baudelaire fortune was locked up until the oldest Violet came of age to take care of her brother,Klaus and her sister, Sunny.
Count Olaf kicked Mr. Poe out and showed the orphans to their room.
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