The Sisters Grimm: The Fairy-Tale Detectives

I love love love love love these books! They have everything, from magical humor to extremely annoying boys. Michael Buckley has written us a story about Sabrina and Daphne Grimm, the poor girls whose parents have mysteriously disappeared. After what seems like forever in an orphanage, the two are shipped off with their caseworker to Ferryport Landing, to live with a grandmother they thought was dead! Daphne, the sweet, trusting one, is easily won over by the food and starts to believe the old lady about fairytales being real, and their characters being alive. And the fact that she and her sister are part of the new generation of Fairy-Tale Detectives. But older and more suspicious Sabrina isn’t buying it. She doesn’t get Ferryport Landing and its strange inhabitants; she just wants her parents back. But soon (due to boys with wings and policemen that turn into pigs) she too must believe. And just in time to take care of the town’s new adversary…a giant. If you have a head on your shoulders, you will read this book. And then the next one, and the next one, and the next one. Go!


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