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Series of Unfrotunate Events : Bad Beginning

In this story Count Olaf is trying to steal the Baudelaire orphans fotune after they are sent to live with him .
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sara keeton

on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of Series of Unfrotunate Events : Bad Beginning

A Series of Unfortunate Events :
The Bad Beginning By, Lemony Snicket Main Charecters Setting Count Olaf Violet is the oldest sibling and acts as the caretaker Baudelaire fortune Count Olaf is a very evil man. How far will he go to their fortune? anything... Klaus is the middle child and the only boy.He is very smart and reads a lot of books Sunny enjoys biting things and is the youngest of the orphans, She bits people, rope ,and other things to help her siblings with their war with Count Olaf the beach the remains of their house Mr.Poes house where they stayed count olaf's house The parents of the Baudelaire children ,before they died, had lots of money. That is why Count Olaf wants them... = Count Olaf will do anything to get the fortune... When you read this book ,even if you don't enjoy reading,you
don't want
to put it
down. Along with this book I recommend reading the rest of the series by Lemony Snicket.
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