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King Coo: The Curse of the Mummy's Gold

Adam Stower

King Coo: The Curse of the Mummy's Gold


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Average rating

5 out 5

36 reviews

Ben Pole is back at school and back in trouble! A band of burglars and an ancient mystical curse have him in a terrifying tangle. Who will save the day? Will they catch the Midnight Mob? Will Ben survive breakfast? He needs a genius. He needs a fearless bearded girl. He needs KING COO!


The book was a real page turner in every chapter for anyone who love adventure books

Anonymous 16.12.2023

This book has a hilarious storyline and there are lots of cool inventions in it.

Anonymous 05.09.2023

This book is a funny imaginative book def recommend!

Anonymous 03.09.2023

A band of burglars and an ancient mystical curse have him in a terrifying tangle.

Anonymous 28.07.2023

I liked Ben the best I don't know if I would recommend it

Anonymous 26.07.2023

Shocking disguises with interesting looking people and amazing illustrations

Anonymous 08.07.2023

I would recommend this book because it was good.

Anonymous 02.09.2022

This book is fiction. My favourite character in this book is King Coo. King Coo is a bearded girl who lives in the woods with her pet, Hebert. She is my favourite character because she is brave and she is always active with something to do. Also, King Coo always believes in herself which makes her achieve anything she would like to do. I would recommend this book beacause it has questions to answer and mysteries to solve. It also has weird but funny characters like King Coo.

Anonymous 11.07.2022

I love it

Anonymous 14.12.2021

I like the story as it was very exiting and funny and had different points of views. Deffinitely recommend to enyone who likes adventure.

Anonymous 24.08.2021

this book is about coo and ben pole discover the treasure of the mummy gold in the museum

Anonymous 12.08.2021

very interesting

Anonymous 06.08.2021

Very funny and exciting. I really like King Coo's tree house and her pet wombat.

Anonymous 06.08.2021

This book had alot of funny humour and I realy enjoyed reading its. I would recommned this book to other people who enjoy reading funny books.

Anonymous 06.09.2020

It is very funny and can hook you in

Anonymous 05.09.2020

There was a boy who had a best friend who lived in a treehouse in a very scary wood. One day when he was at school a teacher from a new school came in (he was actually a robber). They made the boy tell his mum he was a security guard at the museum as something had been stolen. His Mum booked them to the museum and he found the robbers hide out and he was forced to be on their side. His friend who lived in the tree house was friends with the Mummy and rescued him. I didn’t enjoy the book that much because I felt it was missing something.

Anonymous 01.09.2020

I think this book is marvellous. It's about a boy and his friend called Coo who stop a gang of thieves from stealing treasure. Coo because she is a weird girl who makes traps and inventions. Yes I would recommend to someone else.

Anonymous 30.08.2020


I loved this book! It is full of crazy, fun inventions that King Coo makes to scare robbers in the night! The illustrations are really good and they help you to picture the scenes in the book. The author has used good choice of words so readers can really imagine what is happening. My favourite character is King Coo because of her inventiveness and excellent plans! I would recommend it to 8 - 10 year olds. It is a good book!

Director Jewel Mystery 30.08.2020

I liked the foreshadowing and the need to reread back in the book. The plot was a bit predictable but I enjoyed reading it

Anonymous 27.08.2020

Not vas good as the first in the series, but still well worth reading!

Anonymous 24.08.2020

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