Posted in 2012-2013 Club, Not Mock Newbery

The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, by Christopher Healy

Summary: The four princes erroneously dubbed Prince Charming and rudely marginalized in their respective fairy tales form an unlikely team.  They  stumble upon an evil plot that could endanger each of their kingdoms. Now it’s up to them to triumph over their various shortcomings, take on trolls, bandits, dragons, witches, and other assorted terrors, and become the heroes.

Walden Pond Press


7 thoughts on “The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, by Christopher Healy

  1. I loved this book! It was really funny, and I think it was very well thought out. The plot was cleverly built, and the characters were well describe. So I think this book deserves a chance for an award.

  2. I really enjoyed this book. It was orginal and Hilliarous. The plot was suspenseful and full of surprises. This book could win the Newbery award.

  3. I too agree with Yael. It was funny and fun to read, but it just isn’t Newbery. I did not connect with the characters and the ending was not the greatest.

  4. I liked this book alot! It was funny, adventurous, and was full of surprises. I too agree it wasn’t Newberry kind of book( maybe on the lowest scale of having a Newbery award), but I would DEFINITLY recommend this for pleasure!

  5. I enjoyed this book, and found Prince Duncan hilarious. Who doesn’t? I thought that it had well-developed charcters, an easy-to-follow, yet complicated storyline (does that even make sense?), and an undeniable sense of humor. This book MIGHT have a chance at Newbery.

    ****. (4.5 stars)

    “Expect the UnXpected”

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