Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library - Chapters 29 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Chris Grabenstein
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In Chapter 29, Kyle’s group writes down all the book titles from the cards they’ve just won, but they can’t figure out what the titles might mean. They start their game of Bibliomania, hoping this will give them clues. Kyle sees a problem with the answers to the Bibliomania game which gives clues on how to get out of the library right away. He points out the that the questions are too random. To solve this, he requests a consultation with the librarian. Mrs. Tobin confirms that there is a new set of cards for the game. These cards pop up through a slot in the desk.

In Chapter 30, Kyle’s group decides to speed the game along by pulling a pink card, even though Kyle argues it isn’t the proper way to play the game. The clue they pull...

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