Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library - Chapters 49 - 52 Summary & Analysis

Chris Grabenstein
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Summary

In Chapter 49, Charles requests to use his Ask an Expert lifeline. He asks to speak to his uncle, James F. Willoughby III, the head librarian of the Library of Congress in Washington, for help in finding a book.

In Chapter 50, Haley is able to direct Kyle to the location of the memory box despite the fact the book shelves in the basement are moving and rearranging themselves like a maze. As he runs through the rotunda trying to make it back to the meeting room before his time is up, Kyle slips. However, the box slides into the meeting room just in time.

In Chapter 51, Lemoncello is unable to get in touch with Charles’ uncle even though Charles claims that he let him know his help might be needed that weekend. Lemoncello suggests he can have Al Capone do Charles’ laundry.

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