Rejected by their princesses and cast out of their castles, the princes stumble upon an evil plot that could endanger each of their kingdoms. Witty black-and-white drawings by Todd Harris add to the fun. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Sam It CAN, but reading the whole series would be preferable because there might be some small things you might not understand like how they met or which …more It CAN, but reading the whole series would be preferable because there might be some small things you might not understand like how they met or which prince was supposed to end up with which princess. I don't want to buy it but it sounds awesome! Can you make it free? Come on--throw the author some coin so he can eat! Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the author or Amazon in any way.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 04, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , for-kids-and-kidults. I loved the imaginative spin on classic fairy tales and the fitting attention paid to the Princes Charming as they embark on their own adventures to be considered worthy of their respective princesses. Even cooler, I loved that this attention to the princes and getting them a fair shake as heroes does not come at the expense of the princesses. Christopher Healy created well drawn and endearing char Charming.
Christopher Healy created well drawn and endearing characters, especially the heroes: Liam with his traditional Prince Charming-ness, the goofy Duncan with his magical good luck, Gustav and his brash stubborness, and Frederic with his surprisingly huge heart and wit. My favorites are Duncan and Frederic, naturally! It took me one page well, a few sentences really to make me realize that this book was going to steal every bit of my day until I finished it.
And it did! It was magical, surprising, incredibly well-written, and so very funny. The book is also illustrated throughout with gorgeous sketches by Todd Harris, which are kind of similar to the art style in "Tangled". Finally, there are the unconventional princesses, an unlikely Bandit King, a gentle giant, vegetarian trolls, a few surly dwarves, and a lot of absurdity involved! What else can I say? This is a wonderful, delightful, adventure novel that should be read and loved by young and young at heart readers everywhere. Preferably out loud! With voices! View 1 comment.
Sep 17, Anne rated it liked it Shelves: fairytale , read-in , humor , middle-grade-reader. I thought this was cute.
If your kids like those things, you may have better luck than I did. Original review view spoiler [ Edit: I have no idea why this review gets so many people upset. I gave it 3 stars!
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I originally grabbed this from the library thinking one of my boys might want to read it. Once I got a chance to look at it and both of my boys rejected it as a reading option , I decided it looked cute enough for me to read. I like fairytales Besides, I thought that maybe in a few years I would recommend it to my daughter if it was any good. So was it any good?
Will I recommend it to my kids? Well, yes. And no. I doubt my daughter will want to read a book about a bunch of princes who are trying to make a name for themselves.
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Princesses , yes. Princes , no. Although, who knows? The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom is a book geared toward middle school boys, and it's super-cute. Super-cute and boys who are in middle school Yeah, not so much. It's like chocolate-covered strawberries and lice. They don't mix. And, sorry, but I don't know a single boy who claps his hands and squeals, OMG!
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A fairytale retelling! Hand it over! So, while it was cute and funny, I think the target audience for something like this would be adults. Female adults. Which is why I adult female enjoyed it. But I would have enjoyed it more if the story hadn't been written for middle school boys. Does that make sense? It does. Now nod your head. At plus pages, I also thought it was a bit long. You know, for middle school boys View all 47 comments. Shelves: yrs , yrs , favorites. This is the funniest, cleverest, most entertaining story I've read in ages. Keep the tissues handy, because it will have you crying with laughter.
It's about four hard-done-by anti-heroes, and after pages of their antics and adventures, This is the funniest, cleverest, most entertaining story I've read in ages. It's about four hard-done-by anti-heroes, and after pages of their antics and adventures, the last thing you'll want to do is say good-bye.
In a nutshell, this book: - has crying-laughter humour; - has drastically unique characters who develop individually and together; - has sensational plot twists; - has mentally stimulating dialogue; - is a word-crafter's paradise; - is a magical combination of wit and wisdom; - is perfect to read aloud; - is best taken in large doses; - is the perfect remedy for a hot day, a cold day, a boring day or a lazy day; and - is so good it's topping my favourites for the year.
It may especially appeal to those ready to graduate from Alvin Ho or Diary of a Wimpy Kid , but it should go a whole lot further. View all 7 comments. Mar 01, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: middle-grade , boy-s-books , fairytales , own.
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