“Hamster Princess” by Ursula Vernon-Book Giveaway!

Allow me the pleasure of introducing you to Harriet Hamsterbone, this royal rodent princess finds her life rather dull. She sighs a lot at the less than exciting life she has. That is, until the day that Harriet’s parents reveal to her a secret! They tell her that a rat placed a curse on her on the day of her birth. This curse said she will prick her finger on a hamster wheel when she is twelve and fall into a deep sleep!

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Harriet has a bit of a different reaction than you might expect hearing this news. She was thrilled because it meant she was invincible until she turned twelve! So she started that adventurous life she wanted  along with her riding quail, Mumfrey and enjoyed herself immensely. Oh, but what do they say about all good things? Her 12th birthday arrives and the curse…well, it manifests in a most unexpected way for this Hamster Princess.

You will just love reading this book aloud with your kids or presenting it to your middle grade school child to read on their own.  This hilarious new comic series  is a feisty, furry, twist on Sleeping Beauty from the creator of Dragonbreath, Ursula Vernon.

Take a look Inside The Book-HERE!  You can read an excerpt HERE!

Perfect for fans of Babymouse and Chris Colfer’s Land of Stories, this laugh-out-loud new comic hybrid series will turn everything you thought you knew about princesses on its head.



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Penguin Random House is sponsoring a giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!  One lucky blog reader will win their own copy of  Hamster Princess. Thank you Penguin Random House for the review copy and for sponsoring this fantastic giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!!!  Open to US residents.

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6 Responses to “Hamster Princess” by Ursula Vernon-Book Giveaway!

  1. Ashley Turicik

    I think I would like the twelve days of Christmas book

  2. Anne N

    I like to read this book “The Underground Girls of Kabul.”

  3. Julie Lundstrom

    Magic Tree shadow of the shark #53.

  4. Audra O'Hara

    My daughter would also enjoy A Pig, A Fox, and a Box by Jonathan Fenske.

  5. Leela

    Poe: Poetry and Tales.

  6. Fiona N

    I also would love to read The Hugglefish (Disney Junior: Henry Hugglemonster)
    Thank You for the chance

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