- Warren Peace by Michael Wombat!
- Search and book more than 33,000 properties in over 170 countries, from anywhere.;
- Why not pin this article for later? ?.
- Warren the 13th and the Whispering Woods by Tania del Rio.
- Thermal Processing of Ready-to-Eat Meat Products.
- The Problem of Increasing Human Energy.
- Adventures of Pip and Flinx 04, Orphan Star.
Log In. My Account. Remember to clear the cache and close the browser window. Search For:. Advanced Search. Limit Search Results. Include Exclude. View All. Collapse All. Material Type. MPAA Rating. Publication Date. AR Reading Level. Lexile Measure. Select an Action. Select a list. Make this your default list. The following items were successfully added.
There was an error while adding the following items. Please try again. One or more items could not be added because you are not logged in. Book - Regular Print. Coins : questions and answers. Fitwell : questions and answers. Tinnitus : questions and answers. Questions and answers about dinosaurs. Questions and answers about explorers. Vascular neurology questions and answers.
Electronic Access:. Yavapai College users click here to access Prescott College users click here to access All other users click here to access. Neurosurgery practice questions and answers. Multiple sclerosis : questions and answers. The human body : questions and answers. Global trade policy questions and answers. Headache medicine questions and answers. Exploring Reiki : questions and answers.
Parkinson's disease : questions and answers. New questions and answers about dinosaurs. Questions and answers about horses. Selsam, Millicent E. Millicent Ellis , Pediatric imaging rapid-fire questions and answers. The big book of questions and answers. The giant book of questions and answers. The United States Constitution : questions and answers. Warren must solve riddles, decipher codes, and save the lives of monsters who threaten to cook him over an open fire. All the while he is trying to ensure that his beloved inheritance, the Warren Hotel, survives that he may humbly serve its guests as did the twelve Warrens before him.
The first book in the series, Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye, ended with the discovery that, amongst the many secrets hidden within the run-down and ominous looking hotel, were a set of mechanical legs which enabled it to, quite literally, rise up and walk away. The sequel opens with the hotel restored to its former glory, travelling around the land of Fauntleroy filled with delighted guests — until a malfunction causes it to trip and fall over.
Disgruntled and dismissive of apologies, the guests demand refunds and abandon the now sideways building. When Warren goes in search of a potion to put right the controls, the hotel is hijacked by a doppelganger intent on delivering it to a powerful witch who has offered a reward to anyone who brings it to her lair — a mile wide crater known as the Black Caldera.
As the hotel marches through the dangerous Malwoods towards the Dark Queen, Warren determines to follow it on foot. He discovers that his hotel is not the only thing Her Royal Darkness wishes to control. To thwart her wicked plans he must face every danger lurking within the shadows of the mysteriously damaged wood.
There are bats and snakes, whisperings in a forgotten language, and hungry creatures who must kill to survive. The book is due for release in the spring of so my copy was an early proof with the artwork representative but incomplete. The humour and play on words adds to the enjoyment for all ages.
See a Problem?
My copy of this book was provided gratis by the publisher, Quirk, Nov 26, Sandra Guerfi rated it really liked it Shelves: young-readers. The publisher was kind enough to send me an ARC but the review is my own. This is the sequel to the first Warren the 13th and is well worth the wait. As we learned in the first book, the Hotel is capable of walking and Warren has enhanced the hotel to provide his visitors with panoramic views as the Hotel travels around the land. Everything is going well until Warren and his friends become the focus of the Queen of Witches who sees the Hotel as the perfect way to spread her control and power.
Wit The publisher was kind enough to send me an ARC but the review is my own. With the Hotel under her control no one could stop her so she spreads the word that she will reward who ever can bring it to her. With witches attacking, mimics invading the Hotel, and Warren becoming separated from his friends while trying to catch up to the Hotel, who can say what will happen. Only adventure is guaranteed as our friends try to stop the evil and in the meantime survive the Malwoods where even the trees hide secrets. Along the way we'll meet the last free member of an enslaved race, a man who loves his snakes, and riddles that will have Warren doing his best to keep going and save the day.
Another great addition to your child's adventure bookshelf. These books are excellent stories and the illustrations are just as enticing. Full of humor, kindness, and wit, they are a great gift for your favorite young reader. The first book in the series is available now, the sequel will be available this upcoming March from Quirk Books.
A definite recommend. Nov 07, Rachel rated it it was amazing. How do I love "Warren the 13th" books? O, let me count the ways: 1. This was a sequel that, in my opinion, exceeded the first in the series. The scope of the setting greatly increased beyond the confines of the Warren hotel though it was perhaps only fitting that we fell in love with the hotel in book 1 , and the plot became more complex with more storylines firing at once. You have my attention. There is a non-binary character who is a constant companion of our protagonists, not merely a prop How do I love "Warren the 13th" books?
There is a non-binary character who is a constant companion of our protagonists, not merely a prop. You have my applause. I mean, the character was referred to with "it" pronouns. But the character is a squid? If anyone has anything to add on that, please let me know. This book contains not one, but two nonverbal characters. This is never questioned, but rather the other characters accept one nonverbal character speaking through picture cards, and another through gesture. When communication failed a character adapted her question so the nonverbal character could communicate successfully.
You have my appreciation. People with tattoos are portrayed positively. You have my high five. There were three major events that come to mind when I think on the ending. One was satisfying, the second dramatic, the third an absolute delight. The illustrations and the way these books are designed is stunning. I love the collage art, the paper, the shape of the books and the use of color. Things I would love to see in future "Warren the 13th" books: 1. More diversity. We did get introduced to two new characters in this book who are black, one of them being quite a minor character.
Other than that, everyone else in the series is pretty much white. A more complex villain, and more male villains. This one was a bit flat, and we only saw flashes of her throughout the book. I understand we only have so much book to work with for this audience. We're two for two on female main villains, though two lesser male villains did help to balance things out in this book. Slight spoiler Warren in a scuba mask.
I am a huge fan of Warren, and can't wait to see what this delightful young man does with his future. Feb 09, Alicea rated it it was amazing. And thus continues what is possibly the slowest reading year I've experienced in a verrrrry long time. I was totally right. Thank goodness for middle grade fiction when you're in a bit of a reading slump, ya'll. After the events of the previous book, the hotel has become wildl And thus continues what is possibly the slowest reading year I've experienced in a verrrrry long time.
After the events of the previous book, the hotel has become wildly popular as the world's only traveling hotel. However, trouble is brewing right around the corner in the Malwoods where the Witch Queen Calvina has decreed that she must have the hotel and its occupant Beatrice remember she vanquishes witches. While Warren and his friends are unaware of the trouble brewing in their mists, Warren has set out on his own quest to find something to repair the hotel's control panel and lands himself in one mischief after another.
Ever heard of a snake oil salesman? How about one that literally sells snake oils that he procures himself? Unforeseen dangers, new allies, scarier enemies in larger numbers , and the resilience of a hotel manager pack the pages of this fun little book. Once again, I need to note that this book has amazing illustrations that I'd be more than happy to frame and put on the walls of my apartment. This is a really great series to use as a bedtime readaloud with a slightly older child because reading aloud isn't something you should stop once your child can read to themselves. Mar 11, Jodi Masters rated it it was amazing Shelves: intermediate-bookshelf.
This is the second book of a series, but easily stood alone without having read the first book. His walking hotel takes them into a dark and menacing woods and Warren is separated from his hotel and his friends. The over-the-top styling is the perfect draw for reluctant readers and for kids who like gothic settings. Full of humor and mystery, thrown together with a whole lot of magical happenings, this book will entertain for a interested in all of those genres.
Nov 16, Sharon rated it it was amazing. This is the second Warren the 13th book and I enjoyed it even more than the first. This time, Warren takes his hotel on the road and encounters not only a whole lot more evil witches, but also the proprietor of The Sundry Shoppe, a traveling salesman, and the mysterious creatures known as sap-squatches. I though this book had a much more satisfying and coherent plot than the first. The illustrations are again delightful. Warren remains one of my favorite characters in recent books for middle rea This is the second Warren the 13th book and I enjoyed it even more than the first.
- Strategic Planning in London. The Rise and Fall of the Primary Road Network.
- Balance and Refinement: Beyond Coherence Methods of Moral Inquiry.
- Watership Down - Wikipedia.
Warren remains one of my favorite characters in recent books for middle readers - he is thoughtful, kind, and hard-working. As he tells his new friend Sir Sap: "My father taught me that serving other people is one of the most important things we can do. I found this book to be so much fun and so compelling that I read it nearly straight through in one sitting. Highly recommended. Shelves: db-reads , children-s. I love the bright green cover - there are even green pages within this book, and black ones. Very visual! The story is also lots of fun.
It's the second in a series, but gives enough about what happened to make it unimportant to have read the first. Warren the 13th is the owner of a Walking Hotel - no, not a hotel that walkers stay at, but a hotel that has legs and walks. My first thought when reading that in the blurb made me think of the crazy chicken leg house of Baba Yaga, and therefore nasty I love the bright green cover - there are even green pages within this book, and black ones.
My first thought when reading that in the blurb made me think of the crazy chicken leg house of Baba Yaga, and therefore nasty witches and so forth, and yes there are nasty witches in this book but the hotel is a good place and Warren is a very nice boy. There's lots of fun action, plenty of different kinds of witchery, and quite a few surprises. I loved this kids' book. Oct 26, Erin rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens , childrens-middle-grades , childrens-middle-grades-fantasy , favorites , series , childrens I really enjoyed this second installment in the Warren the 13th series.
It was just as original and imaginative as the first and Warren continues to be a great character. This book is also just as beautiful a book with illustrations that complement the text perfectly. The story wraps up nicely and leaves us with the potential for a really fun next adventure with Warren and his friends. While I do think enough background is provided that you could read this one as a standalone you will get much m I really enjoyed this second installment in the Warren the 13th series.
While I do think enough background is provided that you could read this one as a standalone you will get much more out of it if you read Warren the 13th and The All-Seeing Eye first and if you read and enjoyed the first book you won't be disappointed by this one! Mar 25, Karen Maurer rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy , graphic-novel , children-s.
What an odd series this is. A young ish troll-like hotelier is the owner and keeper of the world's only walking hotel. Among his guests is a good witch and her daughter, one is a perfumier and the other is studying hard to become one. But an evil witch has decided to stop them all - Warren, the boy hotelier, his hotel and all the guests. The action is madcap with antics worthy of a Saturday morning cartoon. Still Warren is so mannerly and upright and dedicated, that this series has charm. So What an odd series this is. Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale. Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu.
But that was before he stopped talking to her and disappeared into a forest with a mysterious woman made of ice. Castle Hangnail by Ursula Vernon. After all, she is twelve years old, barely five feet tall, and quite polite. Circus Mirandu s by Cassie Beasley. Finally, Grandpa Ephraim offers proof. Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate. Darwen Arkwright and the Peregrine Pact by A.
So when he is forced to move to Atlanta, Georgia, to live with his aunt, he … discovers an enchanting world through the old mirror hanging in his closet. Doll Bones by Holly Black. Figuring heavily in their plotline is the Queen, an antique doll of bone china. Dragon Castle by Joseph Bruchac. Isabelle Bean is one of those people, and when she sits in her regular, average classroom, listening to an odd buzzing sound and feeling as if she is teetering on the edge of the universe…she is not too far from the truth.
Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi. Because, for the people of Ferenwood, colour and magic are one and the same. Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier.
Warren the 13th and the Whispering Woods
She soon discovers that ghosts are real and may not be as frightening as she thought. Hoodoo by Ronald L. In a Glass Grimmly by Adam Gidwitz. Iron Hearted Violet by Kelly Barnhill. Juniper Berry by M. Keeper by Kathi Appelt. Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger. Would even kill for. Her only friends are the shadows and the mice — until one night a ghost appears from the darkness. Their touch brings death, and only children have the power to fight them. Menagerie by Tui T. At least, it was a secret—until six griffin cubs escaped.
Monstrous by MarcyKate Connolly.
Because of his curse, girls sicken and disappear without a trace and all live in fear. No one is allowed outside after dark. Night is when Kymera comes to the city, with a cloak disguising her wings, the bolts in her neck, and her spiky tail. Nightlights by Lorena Alvarez. She catches them and creates wonderful creatures to play with until she falls asleep, and in the morning brings them back to life in the whimsical drawings that cover her room.
Ninth Ward by Jewell Parker Rhodes. When she begins to sense that a big storm is coming to their much-loved New Orleans neighborhood, both she and Lanesha must trust in their senses and in one another to survive. But is Brock just a clever trickster in shining armor?
War Horse (film) - Wikipedia
Ansel is sure there are no such things as dragons. Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman. Odd is forced on a stranger journey than he had imagined—a journey to save Asgard, city of the gods, from the Frost Giants who have invaded it. Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy by Karen Foxlee. Wandering through the museum, Ophelia discovers a boy who has been locked in a room for years, and who needs her help.