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Nothing to see Here Hotel Series

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    The Nothing to See Here Hotel series by Steven Butler is a brilliantly funny and fantastical series for readers 7+. 

    Brought to life with imaginative illustrations from Steven Lenton, the books are packed with mayhem, monsters and magic.

    The Nothing to See Here Hotel is a secret hotel for magical creatures, run by Frankie Banister and his parents. The number 1 holiday destination for magicals where everyone is welcome - from goblin princes to yeti families.

    Kids will love the wacky characters, crazy adventures and fabulous illustrations. You can read the books in any order, but we recommend starting with book one to meet the family and their unique hotel where weird is normal.

    All the Nothing to See Here Hotel books in order:

    Book 1: The Nothing to See Here Hotel (2018)
    Book 2: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yeti! (2018)
    Book 3: Sea-ing is Believing! (2019)
    Book 4: Fiend of the Seven Sewers (2020)

    Book 1
    Book 1

    The Nothing to See Here Hotel

    'This book is so good you won't blunking believe it!' Tom Fletcher 'Hilariously funny and inventive, and I lov... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    You Ain't Seen Nothing Yeti!

    ' Welcome back to the Nothing to See Here hotel - where we have complimentary weirdness in every room and hilarity ... More

    (27 reviews)
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    Book 3
    Book 3

    Sea-ing is Believing!

    Welcome to The Nothing to See Here Hotel! A hotel for magical creatures run by Frankie Banister and his parent... More

    (17 reviews)
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    Book 4
    Book 4

    Fiend of the Seven Sewers

    Welcome to The Nothing to See Here Hotel! Book your stay now for this fabulously funny series full of mayhem, monste... More

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