Below you will find activities to fill your hours with sorrow.
Beware! This hideous word search will only lead to ruin and despair! If you’re seeking answers, look here
Too much knowledge is not always a good thing.Trivial
Will you have trouble with these cryptograms?
Help the Baudelaire siblings escape the clutches of Count Olaf.
Using Sunny’s glossary to complete a crossword puzzle will keep you busy, but it also might make you cry.
You can decipher the secret code to learn where Count Olaf might be hiding. Or you can do something more pleasant, like sharpen a box of pencils.
Writing letters while stranded on a desert island might make you feel better, but it won’t make you any safer.
Fill in the missing words to create your own distressing correspondence.
Sometimes it’s very difficult to tell the difference between a truth and a lie.
If you can answer these trivia questions, you’ve read too much.
Using anagrams is a common way of sending secret codes. Hone your skills for the anagrams you will have to decipher in The Beatrice Letters.
Violet invents ways to help her siblings out of danger. Now it’s your turn.
Signs offer warning of impending doom. Design your own signs to help those in danger.