Bad Beginnings

Bad Beginnings by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler) is a fantastic children’s book that definitely has a bad beginning, middle, and end. The sarcasm and mistrust throughout this book is not typical for a young reader, but I think it speaks right at most children’s sarcasm level.

The Baudelaire children are orphaned at the start of the novel and they must go live with their only family member, no matter how distant, that lives within the borders set by their parent’s will. They have challenge after challenge when their caretaker and in loco parentis, Count Olaf, tries to scheme to get the Baudelaire fortune.

An enjoyable read! Read with 3rd grade class.

Read March 2018.

 

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