1. Who does the narrator say is the hero of the story?
(a) The Baudelaire children
(c) Carmelita Spats
2. What reason does Count Olaf torment the Baudelaire children?
(a) He hates kids
(b) Their money
(d) He is insane
3. What is NOT said that Count Olaf has done to the children?
(a) Atrocious cooking
(b) Hitting them
(d) Nasty phone calls
4. What does Carmelita Spats call the Baudelaire children?
(b) Mole rats
(c) Flea bags
5. What is coming out from between the brick sidewalk the Baudelaire children are standing on?
(a) Dark moss
6. What would the children rather look at than anything else when they first arrive at Prufrock Preparatory School?
(a) The dark moss
(b) The playing children
(c) Their feet
(d) Mr. Poe
7. What is the only thing the Baudelaire children can count on from Mr. Poe?
(a) That he should be a jar of mustard
(b) That he will complicate matters
(c) That he will repremand the children for being rude
(d) That he will be coughing
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