Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye

Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye

Book - 2015
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Twelve-year-old orphan Warren's pride and joy is his family's hotel, but he's been miserable ever since his evil Aunt Anaconda took over the management. Anaconda believes a mysterious treasure known as the All-Seeing-Eye is hidden somewhere on the grounds, and she'll do anything to find it.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Quirk Books, [2015]
ISBN: 9781594748035
Characteristics: 216 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Staehle, Will - Illustrator


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sanamg Oct 20, 2018

Wonderful story with beautiful illustrations. Great choice for Halloween!

CMLibrary_ecrites Sep 05, 2017

What a great read! I picked this up because of the beautiful cover and I was not disappointed. It is a really fun and inventive middle grades fantasy. It has shades of Roald Dahl, with a precocious but down-trodden and misunderstood young protagonist up against villainous adults. And of course our hero amasses a rag-tag group of friends who help him along the way. There is also plenty of weirdness and some magic. The art throughout is beautiful with pictures and formatting that add to the overall experience. I highly recommend this to young fantasy fans. It would also be a great family read-aloud.

Jul 07, 2017

This book is wonderful. The art, the story, the characters. It is filled with mysteries, codes and age appropriate suspense. We read this and it's sequel, and eagerly await the next one. A must-read!!

Jul 04, 2017

A wonderful, funny book. Young Warren the 13th is the thirteenth in his family to care for his ancient hotel, being the bellhop, valet, groundskeeper and errand boy. This delightful book with countless of intricate illustrations will please readers of all ages!

ArapahoeKati Oct 10, 2016

A quirky novel that's fast, funny, and a little spooky. Excellent illustrations.

JCLChrisK Aug 23, 2016

It's too bad I didn't read this a few weeks ago, because then I would have been able to suggest it for a list of Roald Dahl readalikes that a colleague was working on. It meets that criteria, along with hints of Lemony Snicket, gothic mystery, quirky fantasy, and steampunk adventure. And it's wonderfully illustrated and packaged, on top of everything else. Delightfully strange and strangely delightful.


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