Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library Short Essay - Answer Key

Chris Grabenstein
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1. How are Kyle and his brothers described?

Kyle's brothers are both older than he is. His brother Mike is seventeen and is a total jock who plays football, basketball, and baseball. His brother Curtis is fifteen, and is the smartest Keeley. Kyle is twelve and isn't the star of anything.

2. Why does Kyle love playing games against his big brothers?

Kyle enjoys playing games against his big brothers. As the youngest, it is about the only chance he ever gets to beat them fair and square. Board games level the playing field because all they take is a good roll of the dice, a lucky draw of the cards, and some smarts. If everything went well, and he gave it his all, he could win.

3. How has work been done on the new library?

Work on the new library has been done under the greatest secrecy and highest security. Different crews performed different jobs. No single construction crew stayed on the job longer than six weeks, even though the library had been under construction for five years.

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