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The Sisters Grimm: Magic and Other Misdemeanors - cover

The Sisters Grimm: Magic and Other Misdemeanors

Michael Buckley

Publisher: Amulet Paperbacks

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Summary

The sister detectives set out to catch a magical thief in the fifth adventure in the New York Times–bestselling children’s fantasy series. In this latest adventure, intrepid fairy-tale detectives Sabrina and Daphne Grimm investigate a sudden streak of magical thefts that might add up to a very grim future for their family. With Granny Relda desperately scrambling to pay Mayor Heart’s outrageous taxes on humans, the Sisters Grimm tackle their first solo case—with a little help from Puck, of course. Meanwhile, their old friend Mr. Canis seems to be losing his grip on his human self, becoming more like the Big Bad Wolf every day. Can Sabrina and Daphne solve the crime and change their family’s future for the better? Reissued with new cover art, these anniversary editions of the beloved Sisters Grimm series are the perfect opportunity for old fans to revisit the Grimm family’s adventures and for new readers to discover the magic of the series.
Available since: 08/15/2017.
Print length: 304 pages.

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