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Hamster Princess: Harriet the Invincible - Community Reviews back

by Ursula Vernon
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A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it 3 months ago
This book was super fun -- a retelling of Sleeping Beauty featuring a sturdy, sassy princess who figures out how to use the curse to her advantage. It's funny and subversive without being heavy-handed, equally suited to be enjoyed by kids or adults. I love that Harriet acts like a REAL 12-year-old (...
Reading in the Wild
Reading in the Wild rated it 9 months ago
Good Afternoon, Many of my younger readers are loving reading the increasingly popular graphic novels. These books draw our readers in for a variety of reasons, including the wonderfully drawn pictures that give amazing detail to the story. This year there are two graphic novels on the Bluebonne...
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 1 year ago
In this fun retelling of “Sleeping Beauty,” Princess Harriet Hamsterbone is cursed by a wicked fairy named Ratshade. According to Ratshade, when she's 12 years old, she'll prick her finger upon a hamster wheel and fall into a sleep like death. Only a prince's kiss will be able to wake her.Harriet fi...
Mike Mullin, Author
Mike Mullin, Author rated it 2 years ago
A few months ago I read a highly acclaimed work of literary science fiction for adults. It rambled through multiple narcissistic digressions, provided only the flimsiest hint of a plot, and generally never used two words where ten paragraphs would do. I want to sit that author down and force her or ...
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