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I read this to my niece and had to read 100 pages at once bc I quite simply couldn t stop Harriet is at it again, breaking curses and calculating the fractional improvements to a plan This time, she must figure out why twelve mouse princesses wear out their dancing shoes every night Harriet must use her brains, a special cloak and the help of her friend Prince Wilbur to solve the problem and save the mouse kingdom and her own While evading her mother s attempts to make her a proper princess. Princess Harriet is nobody s hamster damsel in distress Book two of this series for Babymouse and Princess in Black fans is filled with even action and twisted fairy tale fun Princess Harriet has absolutely no interest in brushing her hair, singing duets with woodland animals, or any other typical princess activities So when a fairy tells a very bored Harriet about twelve mice princesses who are cursed to dance all night long, she happily accepts the quest and sets off with a poncho of invisibility and her trusty battle quail But when she arrives at the Mouse Kingdom, she discovers there s to the curse than meets the eye, and trying to help is dangerous business even for a tough princess like Harriet From the creator of Dragonbreath, comes a laugh out loud funny new comic hybrid series, bursting with girl power and furry fairy tale retellings I really liked Book 1 in this series, but I LOVE Book 2, Of Mice and Magic The plot is much tighter than Book 1, and the whole thing is a wildly creative, funny and empowering adventure based on the fairy tale The Twelve Dancing Princesses In this version, the princesses are saved not by a soldier who gets to make his choice among them but by fierce, sturdy Harriet the formerly invincible hamster princess, who gallops in on her riding quail, Mumfrey, looks at the way the dancing princesses fa I really liked Book 1 in this series, but I LOVE Book 2, Of Mice and Magic The plot is much tighter than Book 1, and the whole thing is a wildly creative, funny and empowering adventure based on the fairy tale The Twelve Dancing Princesses In this version, the princesses are saved not by a soldier who gets to make his choice among them but by fierce, sturdy Harriet the formerly invincible hamster princess, who gallops in on her riding quail, Mumfrey, looks at the way the dancing princesses father has treated them locking them in their room overnight, etc with a VERY skeptical eye, and helps them all figure out what THEY want to do next with their lives, as well as saving them from their curse And it s just so funny throughout I devoured it in an afternoon and laughed out loud again and again at the fabulous humor.Then I read it to my seven year old, who LOVED it, demandedandpages of it every night, and then immediately wanted to re read Book 1.And neither of us can t wait for Book 3 Needless to say, we pre ordered it Hooray for hilarious, snarky hamster princesses and their riding quail companions Harriet the Hamster takes on The Twelve Dancing Princesses I wish this had existed when I was twelve, because it would have made my fractured fairy tale loving soul inordinately happy Thankfully, I didn t really grow up, so it can still bring great joy into my life Highly recommended. Of Mice and Magic follows up where Harriet the Invincible leaves off Harriet, no longer so invincible thanks to the events of book one and hilariously bitter about it, sets off with her battle quail Mumfrey to find something to do because she is so bored, you guys, SO BORED Happily for Harriet she encounters a little old shrew requesting food and water on the side of the road six hours walk from the nearest village Naturally, Harriet realizes that the shrew is a fairy, so she politely shar Of Mice and Magic follows up where Harriet the Invincible leaves off Harriet, no longer so invincible thanks to the events of book one and hilariously bitter about it, sets off with her battle quail Mumfrey to find something to do because she is so bored, you guys, SO BORED Happily for Harriet she encounters a little old shrew requesting food and water on the side of the road six hours walk from the nearest village Naturally, Harriet realizes that the shrew is a fairy, so she politely shares her lunch and Mumfrey s cupcake see above about hilarious bitterness and gets, in return, a quest.The twelve mouse princesses of the nearby mouse kingdom dance through their shoes every night, and the king is offering half his kingdom and a daughter in marriage to whoever can tell him where the girls go at night For anyone familiar with the Twelve Dancing Princesses, it s pretty obvious where the story is going, but that s not a downside at all Harriet has her own particular spin on things, and, with the help of Wilbur from the first book and one of the princesses, she defeats not only the person who s ensorceled the girls but also the mouse king, who is a pretty weird and creepy person himself Wonderful book, great illustrations, 100% A would love again Definitely recommended, but I also recommend you read the first book first And then once you re done with Of Mice and Magic, start on Dragonbreath And then Castle Hangnail and Digger and Nurk and the T Kingfisher books andJust go find Ursula Vernon stuff, guys You won t regret it Believathon II Prompt The Book Keeper s Stronghold, read the next book in a series. I adore Harriet She s so full of snark and smarts The combination of writings and illustrations works really well and the plot recreates the fairy tale in such a fun way. After just the first few pages, I was enchanted by Princess Harriet, a hamster who goes on adventures and fight ogres rather than succumb to expectations of what she s meant to do be I didn t read the first book in the series apparently this is a trend with me and elementary chapter books I just blindly grab one and start reading But the previous book s plot was clearly and succinctly explained, and Princess Harriet herself was a showstopper of a main character A perfect blend of snark a After just the first few pages, I was enchanted by Princess Harriet, a hamster who goes on adventures and fight ogres rather than succumb to expectations of what she s meant to do be I didn t read the first book in the series apparently this is a trend with me and elementary chapter books I just blindly grab one and start reading But the previous book s plot was clearly and succinctly explained, and Princess Harriet herself was a showstopper of a main character A perfect blend of snark and rebellion, all the makings of a fine heroine I will definitely go back and read the first book, and I d like to start collecting these for my daughter The return of Princess Harriet, still the typical rebellious princess with a quirky interest in fractions no longer cursed and so no longer invincible It opens with her bored because of things like ogres taking up vegetarianism to avoid her.She meets a shrew by the side of the road an old frail shrew inexplicably miles from settlements and without a shadow Harriet manages the politeness bit until the fairy reveals the truth and then eventually has to bribe her with a cupcake to learn The return of Princess Harriet, still the typical rebellious princess with a quirky interest in fractions no longer cursed and so no longer invincible It opens with her bored because of things like ogres taking up vegetarianism to avoid her.She meets a shrew by the side of the road an old frail shrew inexplicably miles from settlements and without a shadow Harriet manages the politeness bit until the fairy reveals the truth and then eventually has to bribe her with a cupcake to learn the story of the curse on the twelve dancing mouse princesses Harriet thinks that maybe they just like to dance, so the shrew fairy has to reveal that there is some peril to her own kingdom if she doesn t break it.It involves moles forced not to dig, a princess who wants to be a florist, a prince working as a stableboy, a library organized by color you know how people talk of their favorite fictional library This would be the opposite , lead underwear, a perfect match, large amounts of weaponized paint and