Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library - Chapters 37 - 40 Summary & Analysis

Chris Grabenstein
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In Chapter 37, Kyle and his group members are unhappy when they learn that they, as well as Charles and his team members, are locked out of the Dewey Decimal rooms. Lemoncello’s face appears on the screen before them in the meeting room telling them they aren’t being punished for Charles’ mistake. He suggests this gives them time to explore clues outside those rooms. He tells them to keep working on the puzzle but to avoid Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler’s files. Additionally, he says Zinchenko has selected books just for them to read that evening. He winks as he tells them the books have been left on her desk.

Meanwhile, Charles tries to turn Andrew against Haley. Charles tells Andrew that Haley said Andrew wasn’t handsome enough to be a spokesperson. In retaliation, Andrew suggests they don’t show Haley...

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