Escape From Mr. Lemoncelloś Library
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There´s a new and exciting work of fiction by Chris Grabenstein! Kyle Keeley is a fan of board games, video games, and even word games, but when the game gets real can he...Escape From Mr. Lemoncello´s Library!?!
Kyle Keeley writes an essay in school comparing libraries to video games. The essay impresses Mr. Lemoncello and wins him one of 12 invitations to an overnight lock-in at the new public library. However, this is no ordinary library and this is no ordinary lock-in.
The next morning, when it is time to leave the library, all students discover the doors locked from the inside. Mr. Lemoncello announces the game is ¨Simple: Find your way out of the library using only what´s in the library.¨ The kids immediately begin trying to puzzle their way out. Some work together and others are in it to win it alone.
¨I´m Kyle Keeley. I win a last-chance ticket to the library lock-in. I become the team captain to help my friends win the game.¨ ¨I´m Akimi. Kyle is my best friend. We work together to solve Mr. Lemoncello´s puzzles.¨ ¨My name is Sierra Russell. I am glad to play the game with real friends.¨ ¨I am Charles Chiltington. I always win. Just watch me!¨
Mr. Luigi Lemoncello is a master game maker. He contributed all the money required to build Alexandriaville´s new public library, but it is more than just a regular library. It took 5 years and secrets upon secrets to complete. He created an essay contest to choose the kids who would eventually participate in a game of escape from this new library. Mr. Lemoncello made the rules and encouraged the kids along the way until the final escape is made.
This book is a great read for everyone in middle school because the people who participate in the library escape are normal 12 year old kids. This book is full of excitement and complicated puzzles. It is perfect for anyone who likes to be challenged.
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