The Problem Child (The Sisters Grimm, Book 3)
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A mystery story with a monstrous twist
In book three of the series, Sabrina and Daphne Grimm tackle their most important mystery: Who kidnapped their parents more than a year ago? Sabrina enters the hideout of the Scarlet Hand, the sinister group of Everafters who are keeping her parents prisoner. She has a chance to rescue her mom and dad but is foiled by the most famous fairy-tale character in the world. With the help of her little sister (who might be tougher than Sabrina realizes) and a long-lost relative, Sabrina finds a powerful weapon for fighting her enemies, and discovers that magic has a high price.
built a brand-new school in such a short time? She knew the answer the second she spotted one of Mayor Charming’s witches hoisting the American flag up a shiny new flagpole. Morgan le Fay was one of the Three, a group of witches that also included Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, and Frau Pfefferkuchenhaus, the witch from the Hansel and Gretel story. They worked for the mayor and made most of his problems disappear overnight. The whole scene made Sabrina sick to her stomach. Mr. Canis was
a question. Who was the moron who invited the Grimms?” Charming asked angrily. “I invited them.” Charming spun around and saw Snow White enter the gymnasium. At one time the mayor and the teacher were engaged to be married, but Snow White had left the prince at the altar, putting an end to their “happily ever after.” Sabrina couldn’t blame her. Sure Charming was beautiful to look at, but when he opened his mouth, ugh! Still, it was obvious to anyone that the two were still not over each other.
Until then, the best lesson I can teach them is that magic always has a price!” “That’s ridiculous!” her son complained. “Is it Jake? Is it still so hard to see after everything that has happened? Your father is dead because . . .” Granny Relda stopped in mid sentence and there was a long silence between the two. “You don’t have to tell me why Dad is dead,” Uncle Jake said. “I’m the one who killed him.” “Jake, I didn’t mean . . .” But Uncle Jake didn’t let her finish. He turned, walked back
just as Mrs. Heart and Nottingham reached their table. Without even looking, the queen took Uncle Jake’s hand and shook it vigorously while her handlers pinned campaign buttons on the girls without bothering to ask if it was OK. “Hello everyone, my name is Heart and I’m running for mayor of Ferryport Landing,” the woman said. “Hello, your majesty,” Uncle Jake said with a mischievous grin. The queen’s eyes quickly darted to their uncle’s face and immediately flared with rage. “You!” she cried,
knocked on the heavy door but there was no reply. She knocked again with the same results. “Maybe she’s out,” Daphne said. “Out? Where is she going to go? She’s a witch,” Sabrina argued. “Maybe she’s at the witch grocery store. I don’t know,” Daphne said testily. “There’s no such thing as a witch grocery store,” Sabrina argued. Her little sister was getting on her nerves. “Girls!” Uncle Jake shouted. “Let’s just go in and get this over with. If she’s not home, then we’ll search for the sword