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Ratpunzel #2020

Ratpunzel Rapunzel gets a rodent twist in book three of the critically acclaimed and uproariously funny series that s perfect for fans of Princess in Black and BabymousePrincess Harriet Hamsterbone does not lik

  • Title: Ratpunzel
  • Author: Ursula Vernon
  • ISBN: 9780803739857
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ratpunzel By Ursula Vernon, Rapunzel gets a rodent twist in book three of the critically acclaimed and uproariously funny series that s perfect for fans of Princess in Black and BabymousePrincess Harriet Hamsterbone does not like sitting around at home How s a princess supposed to have any fun when her parents are constantly reminding her to be careful and act princessly So when her pal Prince WilbRapunzel gets a rodent twist in book three of the critically acclaimed and uproariously funny series that s perfect for fans of Princess in Black and BabymousePrincess Harriet Hamsterbone does not like sitting around at home How s a princess supposed to have any fun when her parents are constantly reminding her to be careful and act princessly So when her pal Prince Wilbur needs help finding a stolen hydra egg, Harriet happily takes up the quest The thief s trail leads them to a wicked witch and a tall tower, occupied by a rat whose tail has to it than meets the eye The third book in the award winning comic hybrid Hamster Princess series will make you look at rodents, royalty, and fairy tales in a whole new light.

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    1. Harriet is a hero, but she is also unconventional and hilarious This time she must rescue Ratpunzel, a young, naive princess confined in a tower situated in a creepy forest While also helping her friend Prince Wilbur, Harriet s planning and need to state the fractional amounts of various things are on display again as she figures her way around a number of problems.

    2. I love this whole series, but I think Ratpunzel is my favorite so far Reading it with my son filled me with joy and comfort I love Harriet s sheer practical mindedness, her pragmatic approach to fairy tale adventuring, and the wonderful humor throughout I love the empowerment and the sweetness And when it comes down to it, I just felt much, much better after reading this book It is such a perfect comfort read I read it out loud to my 8 year old son all within the space of one day, and when I had [...]

    3. These books just keep getting better and better File them under the kind of books that make full blown adults snort with laughter aloud on the subway.

    4. This series is just so fun I love the characters and the stories, and I especially love that it actively unpacks stuff like why is it bad to kidnap people and stockholm syndrome is a real thing and forced cheerfulness will break the minds of perfectly well intentioned witches and adventurers, you know.

    5. Harriet s continuing adventures.She departs home after a short visit that feels long, and finds that Wilbur is frantically riding in search of her his hydra Heady s egg has been stolen She arrives on the scene and finds a clue And shortly thereafter, she and Wilbur set out In a story involving a letter from Wilbur s mother to an old friend from school, the Forest of Misery in the Kingdom of Sunshine, lots of cookbooks, chalk, trees carved into the shape of people and animals, sad stories, Harrie [...]

    6. Harriet s latest Rapunzel inspired story involves her climbing a tower to rescue a hydra s egg where she also finds a young rat who needs rescuing Ratpunzel, Ratpunzel Let down your tail Although this is the third book in the series, the plot is still delightfully clever A fun and funny girl power adventure,

    7. First sentence Harriet Hamsterbone had come home to her parents castle, and she was already starting to regret it Premise plot Harriet and Wilbur are back for their third adventure in Ursula Vernon s newest book The adventure begins when Wilbur s egg is stolen that is his pet hydra s egg is stolen They think Wilbur s mom s pen pal Gothel may be to blame Before the adventure ends a new friend is made Her name, of course, is Ratpunzel My thoughts I really loved this one All three books are just fu [...]

    8. but who s going to save you I ll save myself, said Harriet, puzzled That s why I ve got a sword And Mumfrey Mumfrey was her trusty battle quail Gosh, I just love Harriet Hamsterbone Great 3rd 5th grade series or a read aloud for parents She s plucky, and hilarious imwithher

    9. These are so cute I wish they d been around when I was a kid As Vernon is younger than I, that wasn t possible Harriet may no longer be invincible, but she s just as brave and fair minded and practical These are the kinds of book that are as fun for the adults as they are for the kids They have lots of jokes which will go over the kids heads but which are funny I love how the illustrations continue the text they re not separable They re truly part of the story.I can t wait to give this series to [...]

    10. I just adore Harriet Hamster and her adventures This retelling of Rapunzel did not disappoint When Harriet goes in search of a stolen hydra egg, she finds a rat princess trapped in a tower and obviously has to rescue the princess as well as find the egg These books are funny and I love that Harriet doesn t suffer fools or ridiculously cheerful people I also love that her response to people wanting to marry her off is I m TWELVE The next time I need the literary equivalent of a hug with an old fr [...]

    11. I think this is my favorite Hamster Princess book so far although I do have the 4th book in my TBR pile Harriet is not perfect, and her good buddy Wilbur helps keep her feet on the ground In this book we even see a little growth in Harriet as she tries to be patient with the people around her who don t have the same abilities All around a cute story, and I think fans of the series will be pleased.

    12. Another witty, subversive, shattered fairy tale starring the independent, impulsive, daring, and sarcastic warrior Princess Harriet Fun on every page.Harriet rolled her eyes Villains always wanted to live forever They never seemed to think about how boring it would eventually get.

    13. Despite my female sex, I hate pink, princesses, and girly girly stuff It just isn t my cup of tea but I adore this series Harriet is such a wonderful character, strong, smart, daring, and resilient The interactions between Harriet and Wilbur demonstrate strong friendship and working together to solve problems Wonderful series

    14. Adored it I love the way Vernon reworks both generic fairytale tropes and specific stories Here, I particularly love that the idea of heroism and princess as trophy wife get further separated that Harriet keeps getting involved in rescues, not because she is after some specific extrinsic reward, but because she does what is right.

    15. Man, Harriet s adventures are so hilarious Also, I love that she answers everything with violence It speaks to my heart And, of course, it s great that her friends hold her back from said violence Sure Whatever.

    16. Heady s egg is stolen Wilbur and Harriet must track down the egg thief and save Ratpunzel I felt like there were higher stakes in this one Heady is really sad that her egg is taken away and Dame Gothel is definitely not nice She s the scariest villain yet in this series.

    17. This is the third book of four so far for me and I m loving every book even than the last These books are filled with friendship, bravery, humor, and adventure Harriet and Wilbur are so much fun to ride along with on their quail to help another person in need I highly recommend these books.

    18. I liked this so much better than the second Hamster Princess book It s fun to be back to a fractured version of a fairy tale that the kids know 4.5 stars

    19. I love this series They are so smart and funny to be children s books I like the independent Harriet is I will continue to buy and read this series.

    20. I love how Ursula Vernon turns fairy tales on their heads This may be a retelling of Rapunzel, but there s so much woven into it

    21. Not quite as strong as the previous, but still an awful lot of fun I wholly approve of the whole continuing the whole there s no right way to be a girl boy prince princess thing

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