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  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #4: The Miserable Mill 雷蒙·斯尼

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #4: The Miserable Mill 雷蒙·斯尼

    当当网自营进口儿童书由中国图书进出口(集团)总公司童书馆供货 Grade 4-7-This fourth book in the series about the Baudelaireorphans works fine as a stand-alone. The "poor little rich kids"lead lives filled with unhappiness, gothic horror, and melodramaticdespair. Here, the protagonists are sent to work in a lumber millin Paltryville, where they are fed only a stick of gum for lunchand are forced to perform backbreaking labor. Their enemy, CountOlaf, is not far from the scene, and will certainly utilize anydisguise to get at the siblings' inheritance. Violet, Klaus, andBaby Sunny are responsible for their own fate and, as usual, theytake matters in hand. This is for readers who appreciate thisparticular type of humor; it exaggerates the sour and makesanyone's real life seem sweet in comparison.

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /2000-04-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #2: The Reptile Room 雷蒙·斯尼奇的

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #2: The Reptile Room 雷蒙·斯尼奇的

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /1999-08-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #6: The Ersatz Elevator 雷蒙·斯

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #6: The Ersatz Elevator 雷蒙·斯

    Gr 4-6-The resourceful, likable, but extremely unlucky orphans Violet, Klaus, and baby Sunny continue to flee from the clutches of the fortune-hunting, disguise-wearing Count Olaf. Also, they need to discover the whereabouts of their kidnapped friends, Duncan and Isadora Quagmire, based on the puzzling clue "V.F.D." In Elevator, the three Baudelaires go to live in the penthouse of the trend-following Jerome and Esme Squalor, who adopt the children because orphans are "in." Despite the Baudelaires' resourcefulness, both Olaf and the Quagmires elude the grasp of the authorities due to the obtuseness of adults who, until it is too late, deny that terrible things can happen. In Village, the Baudelaires travel to V.F.D., a village that adopts the orphans based on the aphorism, "it takes a village to raise a child." They uncover the whereabouts of the Quagmires, but, as in the earlier books, they find neither respite nor peace from Count Olaf's machinations. Despite Snicket's artful turning of cliches on the

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /2001-02-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #10: The Slippery Slope 雷蒙·斯

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #10: The Slippery Slope 雷蒙·斯

    What would you do if you found yourself trapped in a runaway caravan hurtling down a precipitous mountain slope? Fourteen-year-old Violet, the oldest orphan of the three Baudelaires, decides to try to slow the velocity of the caravan with a drag-chute invention involving a viscous combination of blackstrap molasses, maple syrup, maraschino liqueur, peanut butter, etc. If plummeting to their death weren't scary enough, Violet and her brother Klaus have been separated from Sunny, their baby sister who is in a car headed in the opposite direction up the mountain with the "facinorous" Count Olaf, his "villainous and stylish" girlfriend Esmé Squalor, and their creepy sidekicks. Do Violet and Klaus find Sunny on the mountain? How will they survive the treacherous, snow-covered peaks with not much more than a ukulele and a bread knife, especially in the face of the "organized, ill-tempered" snow gnats? Will they finally unearth the mystery of the V.F.D.? Will they find out if one of their parents is alive af

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /2003-09-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #8: The Hostile Hospital 雷蒙·

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #8: The Hostile Hospital 雷蒙·

    Dear Reader, Before you throw this awful book to the ground and run as far away from it as possible, you should probably know why. This book is the only one which describes every last detail of the Baudelaire children's miserable stay at Heimlich Hospital, which makes it one of the most dreadful books in the world. There are many pleasant things to read about, but this books contains none of them. Within its pages are such burdensome details as misleading newspaper headlines, unnecessary surgery, an intercom system, anesthesia, heart-shaped balloons, and some very startling news about such things. I have sworn to research this story, and to write it down as best I can, so I should know that this book is something best left on the ground, where you undoubtedly found it. With all due respect, Lemony Snicket

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /2001-09-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #1: The Bad Beginning 雷蒙·斯尼奇

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #1: The Bad Beginning 雷蒙·斯尼奇

    Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire are intelligent children. They are charming, and resourceful, and have pleasant facial features. Unfortunately, they are exceptionally unlucky. In the first two books alone, the three youngsters encounter a greedy and repulsive villain, itchy clothing, a disastrous fire, a plot to steal their fortune, a lumpy bed, a deadly serpent, a large brass reading lamp, a long knife, and a terrible odour. In the tradition of great storytellers, from Dickens to Dahl, comes an exquisitely dark comedy that is both literary and irreverent, hilarious and deftly crafted. Never before has a tale of three likeable and unfortunate children been quite so enchanting, or quite so uproariously unhappy.

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇) 著 Brett Helquist布雷特·赫奎斯特) 绘 /1999-08-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #3: The Wide Window 雷蒙·斯尼奇的不

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #3: The Wide Window 雷蒙·斯尼奇的不

    Author Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler) reads volumes three and four of his Series of Unfortunate Events saga. A snappy, techno tune by a group called the Gothic Archies serves as toe-tapping introduction to Handler's chipper performance of his humorously melodramatic tales. The first two audiobooks in the series, performed by British actor Tim Curry, were released by Listening Library in March. Grade 5-7-This is "Book the Third" in a series about the wealthy and clever but unfortunate Baudelaire children who were orphaned in a tragic fire. Pursued by the evil Count Olaf, who murdered their parents and their last caregiver, 14-year-old Violet, 12-year-old Klaus, and baby Sunny are sent to elderly Aunt Josephine, a strange, fearful widow and grammarian. She lives in a house built on precarious stilts on the side of a hill overlooking Lake Lachrymose, inhabited by killer leeches. Of course, Count Olaf tracks them down and, disguised as a sailboat captain, fools Aunt Josephine-at least for a whi

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇) 著 Michael Kupperman迈克尔·库柏曼) 绘 /2000-02-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #7: The Vile Village 雷蒙·斯尼奇的

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #7: The Vile Village 雷蒙·斯尼奇的

    Grade 4-6-The resourceful, likable, but extremely unlucky orphans Violet, Klaus, and baby Sunny continue to flee from the clutches of the fortune-hunting, disguise-wearing Count Olaf. Also, they need to discover the whereabouts of their kidnapped friends, Duncan and Isadora Quagmire, based on the puzzling clue "V.F.D." In Elevator, the three Baudelaires go to live in the penthouse of the trend-following Jerome and Esm? Squalor, who adopt the children because orphans are "in." Despite the Baudelaires' resourcefulness, both Olaf and the Quagmires elude the grasp of the authorities due to the obtuseness of adults who, until it is too late, deny that terrible things can happen. In Village, the Baudelaires travel to V.F.D., a village that adopts the orphans based on the aphorism, "it takes a village to raise a child." They uncover the whereabouts of the Quagmires, but, as in the earlier books, they find neither respite nor peace from Count Olaf's machinations. Despite Snicket's artful turning of clich?s on their

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /2001-04-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #11: The Grim Grotto 雷蒙·斯尼奇的

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #11: The Grim Grotto 雷蒙·斯尼奇的

    Grade 4-7–This episode of Lemony Snicket's continuing saga of the Baudelaire orphans (HarperCollins, 2004), finds them on a sled in the Stricken Stream. They are spotted by blustery Captain Widdershins of the submarine Queequegand taken aboard. Violet, Claus, and Sunny, dressed in diving suits with Herman Melville's picture on the front, meet the captain's bookish step-daughter, Fiona and the overly-optimistic cook, Phil (from the Lucky Smells Lumberyard). The crew sets out to find a lucky sugar bowl. They arrive at the fearsome Gorgonian Grotto, Sunny is attacked by a poisonous mushroom, leaving her gasping for breath. And, to make matters worse, the crew runs into the clutches of the villainous Count Olaf, the slick and chic Esme Squalor, and the bratty Carmelita Spats. Will the Baudelaires find an antidote to save Sunny? Will they escape from Count Olaf, Esme Squalor, and Carmelita Spats' horrid singing? Will they find the sugar bowl? Narrator Tim Curry takes on the persona of each character, brin

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇) 著 Brett Helquist Michael Kupperman /2004-09-01 /HarperCollins

  •  A Series of Unfortunate Events #13: The End 雷蒙·斯尼奇的不幸历险13:大

    A Series of Unfortunate Events #13: The End 雷蒙·斯尼奇的不幸历险13:大

    After a singularly bad beginning, the Baudelaire orphans, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny, have finally reached the end.The question is, will Book the Thirteenth in A Series of Unfortunate Events meet the expectations of the series' myriad fans? Snicket might put it a somewhat different way: if end simply means to cease, the answer is yes. If, however, end means to complete, the answer is most assuredly no--because though Snicket neatly clips numerous threads in the tragic saga, he leaves others literally fluttering in the breeze. As with the previous books, this one begins where its predecessor left off, with the orphans and the villainous Count Olaf afloat on dangerous open seas. When a storm blows their craft ashore, kindly islanders welcome the orphans, but Olaf is an outcast. Have the children finally found the longed-for "last safe place on earth?" Not so fast... before long, they are once again scrambling to avert disaster and death ("Kikbucit," as Sunny puts it when a couple of characters are terminated). I

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    Lemony Snicket雷蒙·斯尼奇 /2006-10-01 /HarperCollins

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