The Doughnut Kingdom

The Doughnut Kingdom

Graphic Novel - 2017 | First edition.
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"The seven kingdoms of Dreamside need a legendary hero. Instead, they'll have to settle for Cucumber, a nerdy magician who just wants to go to school. As destiny would have it, he and his way more heroic sister, Almond, must now seek the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Queen Cordelia's Nightmare Knight. Can these bunny siblings save the world in its darkest hour...? Sure, why not?"-- Back cover.
Publisher: New York : First Second, 2017.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781250158031
1250158036
9781626728325
1626728321
Branch Call Number: J GIGI D
Characteristics: 187 pages : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm

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Vibrant, thrilling, and completely adorable, this book kicks off the clever, trope-twisting saga of Cucumber, a young boy rabbit…person who must save his estranged father’s kingdom, even though he’d much rather just go to magic school. For fun-loving fantasy fans and gamer geeks who question ever... Read More »

First book in the print version of a popular webcomic. For readers who just can't get enough cuteness.


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violet_fox_1078
Mar 20, 2019

its has SUPER drawing and fun parts of it.my fav cearter is alomand

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Hawkwing
Jul 16, 2018

very good. My school recommend it, and almost all the books they recommend are bad. I think they should recommend good book series like Warriors by Erin Hunter. Warriors is my favorite chapter book, and now my favorite graphic novel is Cucumber Quest. The Last Airbender used to be.

Beatricksy Jun 23, 2018

The COLORS. Rainbows drip from every page! It's like wrapping up in a soft pile of cotton candy. Sweet and sugary and bright and so adorable. The story isn't necessarily anything surprising, just acting as a catalyst for our protagonists to go on An Adventure. Despite its basic structure, the tale is engaging and fun thanks in great part to the (adorable) characters and how they interact with each other. It has some of that same comedy-type as the current industry standard Adventure Time/Nimona stuff, but, since the characters don't go into that weird rubber-hose stuff too frequently, when it does happen it gets a good chuckle from the readers. A nice start to what could be a really spectacular series. The art alone is well worth it.

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