Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library Symbols & Objects

Chris Grabenstein
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Mr. Lemoncello’s Indoor/Outdoor Scavenger Hunt

Kyle and his two older brothers are playing this game — Mr. Lemoncello’s Indoor/Outdoor Scavenger Hunt — when Kyle gets in trouble for breaking a basement window.

Family Frenzy

Family Frenzy is the first board game designed by Lemoncello when he was still a child. Gail Tobin, who was the librarian at the Alexandriaville Library when Lemoncello was a teen, helped him develop and market the game.

The Library Lock-In Essay Contest

Students who are twelve years old are invited to submit an essay that will win them a chance to participate in a lock-in at Alexandriaville’s new library. Lemoncello chooses twelve students for the lock-in. The number twelve is significant because it has been twelve years since the town had a public library.

Golden Key

This golden key gives the holder access to Lemoncello’s private suite in...

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