The girls are bitten by pixies and they bleed. Three thugs block Grandma and the girls and threaten them with a metal pipe. Grandma hits one thug with her purse while one of the girls kick him. Canis holds two thugs up by the necks and then throws them to the ground. A giant kidnaps Grandma and Mr.
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Jack fires arrows at the Giant and Charming. Jack cuts the dog and leaves him bleeding. Mirror is beat up and bruised.
Canis fights with Jack and bites him. Sabrina and Daphne Grimm find themselves in and out of foster care homes after their parents disappear, but then they are sent to live with someone who claims to be their grandmother. The girls have always believed their grandmother to be dead, so they are quite shocked to find her not only alive, but full of information about a family history they never knew about.
Sabrina and Daphne are descendants of the famous Brothers Grimm, and they learn that the fairy-tales they wrote about are actually history. The girls now find themselves in the middle of a fairy-tale mystery with a giant trying to destroy their home and new found family. I loved the pictures throughout this book as well as the silhouettes at the beginning of each chapter.
Families can talk about the the original Brothers Grimm fairy tales and find out how the characters and stories in the Sisters Grimm series were envisioned two centuries ago.
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The Sisters Grimm Series. Fascinating fractured fairy tales grow darker, tenser. Michael Buckley Fantasy Rate book. Read or buy. Based on 2 reviews. Based on 9 reviews. Get it now Searching for streaming and purchasing options Common Sense is a nonprofit organization.
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The Fairy-Tale Detectives (The Sisters Grimm Series #1) (10th Anniversary Edition)
User Reviews Parents say Kids say. Adult Written by Lisa J August 12, Reader Discretion Is Advised Pros. Michel Buckley's character twists were endearing and cleverly done. Canis-if you asked Continue reading.
Report this review. Parent Written by Momma Reads March 25, Not just for my kids, but I enjoyed it as well! The characters are very well built, and lots of family love. Best series ever! Kid, 12 years old April 13, Brings back memories Me and my friends used to be obsessed with this series! We loved it a lot, and I think most kids will too. If you like reading fantasy or fairy tales with twis Kid, 11 years old January 3, Good It's a decent book.
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A little slow at first. It is pretty funny at some parts. I like the idea that all the Everafters are trapped at Ferryport Landing. What's the story? Is it any good? Talk to your kids about