LEMONY SNICKET is the author of far too many books, most recently “Who Could That Be At This Hour?” the first volume in his new series, All The Wrong Questions, which chroncles his suspicious childhood and his childhood suspicions. His other books include the alleged bestsellers A Series Of Unfortunate Events, 13 Words, a collaboration with illustrator Maira Kalman, and The Dark, a children's picture book illustrated by Jon Klassen. When inconvenience or the treachery of his enemies prohibits him from making an appearance, Mr. Snicket is represented by Daniel Handler, author of four novels, most recently the Printz honor-winning Why We Broke Up, coincidentally also in collaboration with illustrator Maira Kalman.
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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
237 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
SETH (Artist) has portrayed suspicious circumstances and shady characters in much of his work. He is a multi-award-winning cartoonist, author, and artist, whose works include Palookaville, Clyde Fans, and The Great Northern Brother- hood of Canadian Cartoonists.
In honor of my 1,013th follower (I somehow managed to miss the 1000-mark), I will be posting 1,013 randomly selected quotes from the Snicket books - but they will be only 13 words long, and may not make much (or any) sense.
There is no secret message behind this. There is no point.
But we must find joy, however dim, in the few celebrations we have in this dark and dreary world.With all due respect,
P.S. All posts will be tagged with “snicket 13” for organization’s sake, and to appease Hal.
W. A. D. R.,
Someone who says “there’s no secret message behind this” sounds exactly like the kind of someone who would put a secret message behind something.
Summer, we will be closely following this ambitious endeavor with much admiration and also some suspicion. Starting here.
I’m kind of obsessed with Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions at the moment so I doodled Moxie, S. Theodora Markson, and Lemony on my math notes. When Did You See Her Last? is pretty perfect so far.