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After narrowly escaping the menacing clutches of the dastardly Count Olaf, the three Baudelaire orphans are taken in by a kindly herpetologist. by pressing the button below! Report copyright / DMCA form · DOWNLOAD EPUB The Reptile Room (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2) · Read more . Download at ==>>yazik.info?book= The Reptile Room (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #2) read ebook Online PDF.
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A Series of Unfortunate Events #2: The Reptile Room
Book Details Author: Paperback Brand: Description Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire have found a new home and it looks as though they are going to be happy. Their new guardian, Uncle Monty, is a kind man. But then he employs a new assistant, who turns out to be none other than the evil Count Olaf.
If you want to download this book, click link in the next page 5. Thank You For Visiting. Poe pulled the car up a steep gravel driveway and toward an enormous stone house. The house had a square front door made of dark wood, with several columns marking the front porch. To each side of the door were lights in the shapes of torches, which were brightly lit even though it was morning. Above the front door, the house had rows and rows of square windows, most of which were open to let in the breeze.
But in front of the house was what was truly unusual: a vast, well-kept lawn, dotted with long, thin shrubs in remarkable shapes. As Mr. Poe's car came to a halt, the Baudelaires could see that the shrubs had been trimmed so as to look like snakes. Each hedge was a different kind of serpent, some long, some short, some with their tongues out and some with their mouths open, showing green, fearsome teeth.
They were quite eerie, and Violet, Klaus, and Sunny were a bit hesitant about walking beside them on their way up to the house. Poe, who led the way, didn't seem to notice the hedges at all, possibly because he was busy coaching the children on how to behave.
Violet, what happened to the ribbon in your hair? I thought you looked very distinguished in it. And somebody please make sure Sunny doesn't bite Dr. That wouldn't be a good first impression. Poe stepped up to the door and rang a doorbell that was one of the loudest the children had ever heard. After a moment's pause, they could hear approaching footsteps, and Violet, Klaus, and Sunny all looked at one another.
They had no way of knowing, of course, that very soon there would be more misfortune within their unlucky family, but they nevertheless felt uneasy.
Would Dr. Montgomery be a kind person? Would he at least be better than Count Olaf? Could he possibly be worse? The door creaked open slowly, and the Baudelaire orphans held their breath as they peered into the dark entryway. They saw a dark burgundy carpet that lay on the floor. They saw a stained-glass light fixture that dangled from the ceiling. They saw a large oil painting of two snakes entwined together that hung on the wall. But where was Dr. Poe called out.
I just finished making a coconut cream cake! He, Mr. Poe, and the Baudelaire orphans were all sitting around a bright green table, each with a slice of Uncle Monty's cake. Both the kitchen and the cake were still warm from baking. The cake was a magnificent thing, rich and creamy with the perfect amount of coconut. Violet, Klaus, and Uncle Monty were almost finished with their pieces, but Mr.
Poe and Sunny had taken only one small bite each. She prefers very hard food. The Barbary Chewer, for example, is a snake that must have something in its mouth at all times, otherwise it begins to eat its own mouth. Very difficult to keep in captivity. Would Sunny perhaps like a raw carrot? That's plenty hard. Montgomery," Klaus replied. The children's new legal guardian got up and walked toward the refrigerator, but then turned around and wagged a finger at Klaus. Montgomery' stuff," he said.
Call me Uncle Monty! Why, my fellow herpetologists don't even call me Dr.
Poe said sternly. The word 'inquisitive' means-" "We know what it means," Klaus said.
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That's what I study! I love snakes, all kinds, and I circle the globe looking for different kinds to study here in my laboratory! Isn't that interesting? But isn't it dangerous? Poe, would you like a raw carrot as well? You've scarcely touched your cake. Poe turned red, and coughed into his handkerchief for quite some time before replying, "No, thank you, Dr. Poe said stiffly.
You mentioned that you circle the globe. Is there someone who will come and take care of the children while you are out collecting specimens? Uncle Monty's line of work did sound interesting, but she wasn't sure if she was ready to stay alone with her siblings, in a house full of snakes.
In ten days we leave for Peru , and I want you children right there in the jungle with me. Behind his glasses, his eyes were shining with excitement. There's a man named Stephano whom I have hired to take his place, but he won't arrive for a week or so, so I am way behind on preparations for the expedition.
Somebody has to make sure all the snake traps are working, so I don't hurt any of our specimens. Somebody has to read up on the terrain of Peru so we can navigate through the jungle without any trouble. And somebody has to slice an enormous length of rope into small, workable pieces. She probably meant something along the lines of "I would be thrilled to bite an enormous length of rope into small, workable pieces!
It will make it easier to do without Gustav. It was very strange, his leaving like that.He did not add that of course he also knew not to make fun of someone's name. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab.
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