Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's LibraryBook - 2013
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Twelve-year-old Kyle gets to stay overnight with other students in the new town library designed by his hero, the famous game maker Luigi Lemoncello. But come morning, Kyle finds he must work with his friends to solve puzzles in order to escape. Ages 9-12.
Super fun mystery set in a library! -Emily D
Mystery: "Twelve-year-old Kyle gets to stay overnight in the new town library, designed by his hero (the famous gamemaker Luigi Lemoncello), with other students but finds that come morning he must work with friends to solve puzzles in order to escape"--
jcljessicaj Apr 07, 2020
Reading this book was like watching contestants on a game show. I had my favorites, those I didn't like much, and those I couldn't figure out. The games and puzzles were so unique and exciting I didn't know what would happen next.
JCLChrisK Nov 25, 2013
A Facebook status I posted soon after starting this: "How I knew the book was fiction: The first sentence of chapter 2 included the phrase, "world-famous librarian.""
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In this book, 12-year-old Kyle Keeley gets to do an escape room in the brand new library, built by master game maker Luigi Lemoncello.
In this story an average boy tries to get ungrounded and goes to a famous gamer's new library. He gets trapped with 11 other participants and they get out by solving riddles and clues and working together.
Taking place in a library the several children are selected to spend the night at the library based on an essay that they turned in. The children are involved in several challenges in the library only to find out that the biggest challenge of all is to find a way out of the library....
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