Mr. Lemoncello's Great Library Race Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-14 
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" Another great adventure in Mr. Lemoncello's Library! This book is perfect for the gamers and those students who like to solve riddles and puzzles. I like how Grabenstein uses book titles throughout his books and the addition of research is a terrific idea. " said.

"Grabenstein, Chris Mr. Lemoncello’s Great Library Race, 288 pages. Random House, OCT 2017. $17. Content: G.

Mr. Lemoncello has more tricks up his sleeve.. He wants to send out ambassadors to introduce his latest 3D technology to children all over the US. In order to choose the ambassadors he has devised a contest, of course. When the teams are on their way to the final challenge they stumble upon something that gives them pause. Did Mr. Lemoncello copy his first, iconic game from another inventor? Instead of finishing the game, Kyle and the others are determined to uncover the truth – even if it means the end of their favorite adult. Meanwhile, the Chillington family and the Krinkle brothers are waiting to watch them fail.

Happy Day! Grabenstein has another clever book to the puzzle-mystery genre. He also has plenty of room to include more books in the series, though I ‘d love to see a different type of plot – as Mr. Lemoncello always seems to be the one in danger from the same antagonists.

EL, MS – ADVISABLE. Cindy, Library Teacher
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" This is a FANTASTIC story that stresses the important of research as well as reliable sources. I can't wait to share bits and pieces of it in research lessons and have students read it. As usually Mr. Lemoncello doesn't disappoint!! " said.

"Chris has done it again with the third book in this wonderfliffic series! A strong plot with a twist halfway through that is nicely foreshadowed for adults but will still catch many unawares... I did expect to see Charles play a larger role... the book picked up after the twist as well... it's a solid 4.5 stars compared to the first two books, but 5 stars by other standards... the bar is so high on this series! Loved the sprinkling of book titles throughout the text both overtly and covertly and the humor... I still wish Chris would play Lemoncello because I can picture it as I read.

Here's to book 4 coming out soon:)
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"Game-maker Luigi L. Lemoncello is testing his “Fabulous Fact-Finding Frenzy” game in which the players research to find information about famous Americans, Following clues, the players peruse library books, race around on foot, ride bicycles, travel in bookmobiles, and fly in Mr. Lemoncello’s own corporate banana jet. Kyle Keeley, naturally, wants to win. But when he uncovers some disreputable “facts” about Mr. Lemoncello, it looks as if his hero may just turn out to be a fraud.

Can Kyle find the answers before it’s too late to save Mr. Lemoncello and the great Lemoncello Library?

The third installment of the Lemoncello Library adventures doesn’t disappoint. [Although this enchanting tale stands perfectly well on its own, anyone who hasn’t read the first two adventures, “Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library” and “Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Olympics,” is urged to consider remedying that oversight at the earliest opportunity.]

All the usual characters are in place once again along with the delightfully despicable game-making Krinkle brothers. The newest Lemoncello invention, the Nonfictionator, is on display as the riotous plot twists and turns and the story unfolds. Along the way, there are riddles to solve, puzzles to unravel, codes to crack, and references to a profusion of books any book-lover, young or old, will instantly recognize.

From the first page, readers will discover this lively tribute to libraries, reading, and research is completely unputdownable.

Highly recommended.
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" These Mr. Lemoncello's Library books are great. Adventure plus fact finding is a winning combination. Definitely some parts to this particular story require a certain willing suspension of disbelief, but that is an adult thing. Kids won't care - they will just enjoy the humor and adventure. " said.

"I enjoyed this third installment of Mr. Lemoncello. I felt it was a bit more predictable than the first two and I didn't think the "bad guys" would give away as much info as they did, thus the four star vs. five star review. I loved the important message of being careful to research facts thoroughly. In our current climate of "fake news" and "alternative facts" I feel this message is absolutely necessary especially with students who need to understand Wikipedia is not the best sole source for facts. I love the characters especially Mr. Lemoncello himself and I cannot wait for the Netflix film to be released. I wish I could visit Mr. Lemoncello's library! This is a fabulous series and kids will love part three. Can't wait to share when it hits shelves in October. " said.

" Another great adventure in Mr. Lemoncello's Library! This book is perfect for the gamers and those students who like to solve riddles and puzzles. I like how Grabenstein uses book titles throughout his books and the addition of research is a terrific idea. " said.

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