Synopses & Reviews
Join aspiring lawyer Theodore Boone from the beginning as he makes his mark on the legal system and helps bring justice to the underserved in this hardcover collection of the first three books in the series: Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer, Theodore Boone: The Abduction, and Theodore Boone: The Accused. A special novelty item will also be included!
Rave Reviews for the New York Times
Bestselling Theodore Boone Series:
“Not since Nancy Drew has a nosy, crime-obsessed kid been so hard to resist.” --New York Times
“Edge-of-your-seat drama, sophisticated plotting, and plenty of spunk and resourcefulness.” --Chicago-Sun Times
“Move over, Nancy Drew. Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer introduces a new amateur crime fighter to bookstore shelves.”
“[E]xcitement grips readers from the very first page…readers young and old will embrace the smart and spirited Theo Boone—and eagerly anticipate future entries in this delightful series from the king of legal thrillers." --BookPage
“[A] pint-size legal thriller.” --Family Circle
“Classic Grisham.” --The Los Angeles Times
“Smartly written.” --USA Today
The first Series of Unfortunate Events gift/box-set of this New York Times
The set includes The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room, and The Wide Window.
Wicked good fun in time for a joyless holiday season, this collection includes "The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room", and "The Wide Window".
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The first three books in Snicket's bestselling Series of Unfortunate Events, "The Bad Beginning, The Reptile Room", and "The Wide Window", are put together in one miserable box for a depressing collection. Illustrations. Consumable.
About the Author
Lemony Snicket was born before you were, and is likely to die before you as well. His family has roots in a part of the country which is now underwater, and his childhood was spent in the relative splendor of the Snicket Villa which has since become a factory, a fortress and a pharmacy and is now, alas, someone else's villa.
To the untrained eye, Mr. Snicket's hometown would not appear to be filled with secrets. Untrained eyes have been wrong before. The aftermath of the scandal was swift, brutal and inaccurately reported in the periodicals of the day. It is true, however, that Mr. Snicket was stripped of several awards by the reigning authorities, including Honorable Mention, the Grey Ribbon and First Runner Up. The High Council reached a convenient if questionable verdict and Mr. Snicket found himself in exile.
Though his formal training was chiefly in rhetorical analysis, he has spent the last several eras researching the travails of the Baudelaire orphans. This project, being published serially by HarperCollins, takes him to the scenes of numerous crimes, often during the off-season. Eternally pursued and insatiably inquisitive, a hermit and a nomad, Mr. Snicket wishes you nothing but the best.