His Royal Majesty of the Mushrooms Hotel Strange #3 ePUB

His Royal Majesty of the Mushrooms Hotel Strange #3 ePUB

His Royal Majesty of the Mushrooms Hotel Strange #3 [BOOKS] ✬ His Royal Majesty of the Mushrooms Hotel Strange #3 Author Katherine Ferrier – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Kiki a resident of Hotel Strange has some good fortune when he discovers a crown in the woods A group of mushroom people rush to call him their ruler agreeing to do his bidding Journal Kiki a resident of Hotel Strange has Majesty of PDF/EPUB ¼ some good fortune when he discovers a crown in the woods A group of mushroom people rush to call him their ruler agreeing to do his bidding Journal.


4 thoughts on “His Royal Majesty of the Mushrooms Hotel Strange #3

  1. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    I loved this book Great characters that interact as good friendsjust the kind of lessons that are good for children to learn


  2. Nicola Mansfield Nicola Mansfield says:

    I've been reading this series since it came out and when I read #4 I realised I had missed #3 so uickly got a copy from the library Like all the others the motley crew of strange characters are working in the hotel It is now autumn and jam season while out picking blackberries Kikki one of my favourites finds a crown and sceptre and suddenly is surrounded by mushroom people claiming he is their new king Of course Kikki loves being King giving orders being served etc but he soon finds out that Kings have no time to themselves An emergency arises and Kikki has to help save the mushroom village There is a creepily cute monster at the end The story is fun and fantastical and my love for this series comes from the delightful art This is a big oversized paperback too which adds to the fun with the big graphics Recommended series


  3. Ashley Salisbury Ashley Salisbury says:

    A very uirky cast of characters encompasses this book What is it like to be king for a day? Find out in this book


  4. L.R. Diaz L.R. Diaz says:

    I really liked the look of this book even though it's not anything I haven't seen but the story seemed nice up until it started to bother me a little Maybe it's just me but it felt racist Yep I know it's hard to believe and even the author may not have been aware of it but there are no darker skinned or haired characters in this book but the ones that are are the cleaning lady and the monsters of this story The Croco mites are basically termites that eat up all the houses and create a mess for everyone They are very undesirable creatures according to the characters in the story They seem to invade these character's community and make it difficult for them to live happily Because of that they must be expelled So after they are almost defeated by capturing them into pots they escaped and formed into a giant monster An older bearded seemingly white man comes to save the day by drugging them After they are incapacitated they are then forcefully removed to an island where they no longer will be bother anyone else One kid says They'll be happy on this deserted island Perhaps because I've lived in America all my life and this kind of story is all to real for minorities mostly Blacks So I wasn't happy to see the analogy of this story I imagined a little white kid reading this and thinking these little black creatures are evil and should be banished I think if the characters had other races then perhaps it would feel different


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4 thoughts on “His Royal Majesty of the Mushrooms Hotel Strange #3

  1. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    I loved this book Great characters that interact as good friendsjust the kind of lessons that are good for children to learn

  2. Nicola Mansfield Nicola Mansfield says:

    I've been reading this series since it came out and when I read #4 I realised I had missed #3 so uickly got a copy from the library Like all the others the motley crew of strange characters are working in the hotel It is now autumn and jam season while out picking blackberries Kikki one of my favourites finds a crown and sceptre and suddenly is surrounded by mushroom people claiming he is their new king Of course Kikki loves being King giving orders being served etc but he soon finds out that Kings have no time to themselves An emergency arises and Kikki has to help save the mushroom village There is a creepily cute monster at the end The story is fun and fantastical and my love for this series comes from the delightful art This is a big oversized paperback too which adds to the fun with the big graphics Recommended series

  3. Ashley Salisbury Ashley Salisbury says:

    A very uirky cast of characters encompasses this book What is it like to be king for a day? Find out in this book

  4. L.R. Diaz L.R. Diaz says:

    I really liked the look of this book even though it's not anything I haven't seen but the story seemed nice up until it started to bother me a little Maybe it's just me but it felt racist Yep I know it's hard to believe and even the author may not have been aware of it but there are no darker skinned or haired characters in this book but the ones that are are the cleaning lady and the monsters of this story The Croco mites are basically termites that eat up all the houses and create a mess for everyone They are very undesirable creatures according to the characters in the story They seem to invade these character's community and make it difficult for them to live happily Because of that they must be expelled So after they are almost defeated by capturing them into pots they escaped and formed into a giant monster An older bearded seemingly white man comes to save the day by drugging them After they are incapacitated they are then forcefully removed to an island where they no longer will be bother anyone else One kid says They'll be happy on this deserted island Perhaps because I've lived in America all my life and this kind of story is all to real for minorities mostly Blacks So I wasn't happy to see the analogy of this story I imagined a little white kid reading this and thinking these little black creatures are evil and should be banished I think if the characters had other races then perhaps it would feel different

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