The Hotel New Hampshire - The King of Mice Syndrome Summary & Analysis

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The King of Mice Syndrome Summary

As Christmas approaches, Win decides that he wants a seeing eye dog and John says that he'll make the arrangements. Though the children are usually available to take Win wherever he wants, he says that he wants the dog for companionship as well as for his aid in helping Win maneuver. Win then says that he knows what he wants to do next - another hotel. He wants to buy the Arbuthnot-By-The-Sea and promises that if he can't make a success of this hotel, he will never try it again. The children agree to make it happen and Frank and John drive to Maine to see the property. They discover that the owner is elderly and lives in California. The man refuses to sell the property without meeting the new owners and flies John and Frank, at his expense...

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Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults
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