The Fairy Tale Detectives (The Sisters Grimm, Book 1)
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
In paperback for the first time, the Sisters Grimm take readers to a world where fairy tales are fact and not everyone is who they seem!
In book one of this bestselling series, sisters Sabrina and Daphne are sent to live with their mysterious grandmother, Relda Grimm. The sisters learn they are descendants of the Brothers Grimm, whose famous book of fairy tales is actually a collection of case files. The girls are the latest in a long line of fairy-tale detectives, and their new hometown is filled with Everafters (as magical folks like to be called)—some good and some very, very bad. When a mysterious Everafter sets a giant loose on the town, it’s up to the Sisters Grimm to save the day.
keep this up we might be able to get rid of that hat," the man said. "That would please me, sir." "Let's not rush things, Mr. Seven. After all, you still haven't given these children my card, which is incredibly frustrating, especially since we discussed this just last night. What did I tell you, man?" "Give everyone your card. It's good networking." "Indeed it is," the man replied, tapping his toe impatiently. "So sorry, Mr. Charming, sir," Mr. Seven said as he rushed to the girls and
trunk next to the road, sat down, and began to cry. Elvis trotted over and nuzzled her, licking the little girl's tears from her chubby cheeks, and adding his whines to her sobbing. Sabrina sat down beside her sister and put her arm around the little girl. "You don't care if we ever find them," Daphne sniffled, pulling away. "Now you can run off like you planned with no one to stop you." Sabrina thought for a moment before she responded. She had to admit to herself that running away was her
hitchhikers being killed by lunatics. Hitchhiking didn't seem like such a great idea anymore. She grabbed her sister's hand and pulled her off the road. As if in response, the car revved its engines again. "Run!" Sabrina cried. Surprised, Daphne stumbled along beside her but did what she was told. The two of them raced back the way they had come, hand in hand. Elvis followed closely behind, turning his big head to bark out the occasional angry warning at the menacing car, but it had little
can't stand not being the center of attention." "Whatever," the boy replied. "But when he gets you into trouble, don't be angry when I remind you that I told you so." "You got a better plan, then let's hear it, 'cause all I've heard from you is the never-ending buzz of your flapping lips," Sabrina snapped. "My parents ran out on me and Daphne almost two years ago. We've been through the ringer and have been bounced around for far too long. I admit, when we met Granny Relda I didn't want
tracking down a giant is easy? Giants have survived thousands of years being as big as they are and they've learned a few things about staying out of sight when they need to. Now we can traipse through the woods, cut down the forest, and drag the Hudson River, but the fact is that if a giant doesn't want to be found, he's not going to be found." "You're talking in circles," Sabrina complained. "What I'm saying, duck, is that we have to be smarter than a giant to catch a giant. You said it