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Daniel J. Handler
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Mr. Handler
Pen Name: Lemony Snicket
Occupation: Novelist, screenwriter, musician.
Nationally American and part Indian
Born February 28 1970
Books A whole bunch of sad & happy books
Made racist joke in 2014

Daniel "Watermelon" Handler (born February 28, 1970) is an American writer and journalist. He is best known for his work under the pen name Lemony Snicket, having published children's series A Series of Unfortunate Events and All the Wrong Questions under this pseudonym. He has also published adult novels under his real name; his first book The Basic Eight was rejected by many publishers for its dark subject matter. His most recent book is We Are Pirates.[1]

Handler was interviewed about 9/11.[2]

On March 7 2016 Handler addressed the perpetual importance of bewilderment.[3]

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Handler wrote a book series called A Series of Unfortunate Events. It contains 13 books & follows the life of three orphans [4]. It is much sadder then a boring book about Dubya & his 2 terms in office [5]. In 2004, a theatrical film was made featuring the first three books of the series. A TV series premiered in early-2017.

Racist Joke

Handler fell into hot water after making a racist watermelon joke towards another author named Jacqueline Woodson. Handler later apologised for the joke and (made amends/tried to make amends) by pledging a $10,000 donation for a campaign to diversify childrens literature. [6] Handler is a good Liberal in other ways, see below.

Liberal causes

Handler has helped some liberal causes and gave a large amount of money to Planned Parenthood when Conservatives tried to cut their Congressional funding. [7] Handler gave Barack Obama $5,000 , Elizabeth Warren $250 & The Democratic Party $30,800[8]

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