This Workbook contains over 65 pages of reading comprehension worksheets with comprehension questions and vocabulary words for The Bad Beginning, A Series of Unfortunate Events, by Lemony Snicket ! (Sample Pages.) After purchase you’ll instantly receive a printable pdf download.
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About The bad Beginning
“…Those who enjoy a little poison in their porridge will find it wicked good fun.”
– Kirkus Reviews
In 1999, Lemony Snicket introduced “The Bad Beginning,” marking the inception of the “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” This tale revolves around the Baudelaire orphans – Violet, Klaus, and Sunny – whose lives take a tragic turn when their parents meet a mysterious demise in a devastating fire, leaving them bereaved and destitute.
These siblings find themselves entrusted to the care of a remote family relative, Count Olaf, a covetous and conniving actor with a single-minded pursuit: gaining control of the Baudelaire fortune. As Olaf orchestrates his devious plots to lay claim to their inheritance, the children must leverage their intellect, resourcefulness, and unique talents to outwit him and untangle the enigma surrounding their parents’ tragic fate.
“The Bad Beginning” inaugurates a sequence of 13 books chronicling the Baudelaire orphans’ journey through a sequence of calamities as they seek to unravel the mystery encircling their parents’ untimely demise. Renowned for its dark humor, astute wordplay, and intricate plot twists, this series has secured a multitude of accolades and solidified its status as a beloved cornerstone of children’s literature.
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