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Hamster Princess Whiskerella by Ursula Vernon (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Saturday, Jan 06, 2018 at 12:37pm

One day Harriet’s mom had a ball at her castle and a beautiful stranger came to the ball. Two days later they had another ball and Harriet found out the strangers name was Ella. Harriet was curious so she and her friend, Wilbur, followed Ella home. They found out that Ella had a fairy god mother, but Ella’s fairy god mother was mean, unlike Cinderella’s fairy godmother. She forces Ella go to the balls until she got swept off her feet by a prince. Will they get out of this mess before it's too late? Read Hamster Princess Whiskerella to find out.

One thing I liked about this book was the fact that it's a twisted fairytale. I didn’t really like the part when the author was too descriptive because I felt it was boring. I would give this book a 4 out of 5 stars.

- Sooah, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Hamster Princess Whiskerella will be available on January 23.

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids

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A funny, feminist twist on the Cinderella fairy tale for fans of fractured fairy talesPrincess Harriet Hamsterbone is not the kind of princess who enjoys fancy dresses or extravagant parties. Cliff-diving, fractions, and whacking people with swords are more her thing. So when she's forced to attend a boring ball in honor of a visiting ambassador, Harriet is less than thrilled--until a bewitchingly beautiful stranger arrives. Who is she? And where did she come from? The mystery leads to a not-so-wicked stepsister, an incontinent lizard, and a fairy's spell that's really more of a curse. Luckily, Harriet knows a thing or two about curses...Smart, funny, and filled with swashbuckling adventure, book five in the critically acclaimed Hamster Princess series is a hilariously re-told fairy tale for the modern age.