In this sequel to the popular Escape from Mr Lemoncello s Library, Grabenstein brings back the winning team to defend their title in a Library Olympics a game that spans the country with teams from every region Included are puzzles for readers to solve as in the first book , and a new mystery involving hundreds of missing books from Mr Lemoncello s library Avid readers of children s literature will especially enjoy the many books and authors mentioned throughout the chapters Librarians will also appreciate the Dewey Decimal references.
LOVE I can t decide if I love itthan the original or not, but I also really don t care As a librarian, tech geek, word nerd, and lifelong book lover, this book has it all for me books, book references, support of free speech and banned books, technology, Flora and Ulysses, research, and on and on Great themes for kids, too friendship, hubris, right vs wrong, empowerment, teamwork, RETURNING YOUR LIBRARY books, and on and on And, of course, crazy Luigi Lemoncello and his constant word play So much fun.
Chris Grabenstein s latest middle school book is for all of us who love libraries, kids in libraries, and everything libraries stand for I can t discuss Mr Lemoncello s Library Olympics as passionately as I would like to without spoiling a main plot point So, no matter how the review sounds, try this fun story.
Kyle Keeley and his friends in Alexandriaville, Ohio, may have won gamemaker Luigi Lemoncello s first competition in his unique library, but now middle school library lovers throughout the country are saying it isn t fair that only the kids from Mr Lemoncello s hometown were allowed to compete So, the gamemaker sets up a nationwide competition, and kids through the country compete to represent their region in the Library Olympics Kyle and hi Solving puzzles that uncover secret places, thrills me Thus, the first Luigi Lemoncello novel was made for me I was rewarded with a mystery solving core, greatly wanting in crime oriented adult literature I insist on owning the collection in hardcovers and awaited a low priced copy of Mr Lemoncello s Library Olympics , 2016 It reproduced some key traits but the stellar ingredients were dimmed, enough that I give four stars Authors aren t in the position to know what makes their best books a hit, so I will elucidate You can t repeat the awe of beholding Chris Grabenstein s unbelievable library for the first time You can bring back the enchantment, which I hope his third story does The first quest rocked spend a week end in a library and using any resource it provides be first to find a secret way out Yes The whacky Mr Lemoncello returns forfun and games in this second book in the series All of my favourite players and villains were back, along with some new ones In this book, middle grade teams from across the US compete in a series of clever games in the Library Olympics This book is definitely one for a middle school primary school reader, but it doesn t cross over that well for adult readers Having said that, I enjoyed solving the puzzles along with Kyle and the other players I loved the theme of banned books and censorship running through this Chris Grabenstein s knowledge and love of books shines through with his many intertextual references I wish these books had been around when I was in primary school My nine year old self Chris Grabenstein is currently one of my favourite 9 12 authors I loved The Island of Dr Libris and the first book in the Lemoncello series, Escape From Mr Lemoncello s Library Mr Limoncello s Library Olympics is fun, contains puzzles you can solve with the characters, and tackles important book related subjects such as banned books and freedom of speech I m excited to see what Grabenstein comes up with next
Lemoncello's Library Olympics É The long awaited sequel to Escape From Mr Lemoncello s Library does not disappoint I must say I enjoyed it eventhan the first one Kyle and his teammates are back to defend their title in the first ever Library Olympics This clever book is fast paced funny There is perfect amount of mystery, action, references to books I highly recommend this one I received an ARC at the AASL conference in Columbus.
This book was amazing It really spotlights how great library s are and how important it is to read The author expresses the importance of books in an entertaining way A library doesn t need windows We have books, which are windows into worlds we have never even dreamed possible Chris Grabstein Boys And Girls, Readers Of All Ages, To The First Ever Library Olympiad Kyle And His Teammates Are Back, And The World Famous Game Maker, Luigi Lemoncello, Is At It Again This Time Mr Lemoncello Has Invited Teams From All Across America To Compete In The First Ever LIBRARY OLYMPICS Will It Be Fun Like The Commercials Say HELLO It S A Lemoncello But Something Suspicious Is Going On books Are Missing ¹ read ì Mr.
Lemoncello's Library Olympics by Chris Grabenstein É From Mr Lemoncello S Library Is Someone Trying To CENSOR What The Kids Are Reading In Between Figuring Out Mind Boggling Challenges, The Kids Will Have To Band Together To Get To The Bottom Of This Mystery Now It S Not Just A Game Can Mr Lemoncello Find The Real Defenders Of books And Champions Of Libraries This book is AMAZING It is a perfect mix of libraries, Olympics, and games If you like to read about the most amazing library in the world including a museum, electronic learning center, and three stories of books, I am telling you, YOU HAVE GOT TO read THIS