In the final volume in the Sisters Grimm series, Sabrina, Daphne, and the rest of the Grimms and their friends must face off against the Master to decide the fate of Ferryport Landing—and the world. When Mirror fails to escape the barrier using Granny Relda’s body, he turns to his plan B: killing all the Grimms so that the magical barrier collapses. In the meantime, Sabrina has gathered the other magic mirrors as advisors on how to deal with their mortal enemy. They tell her to join forces with the Scarlet Hand against Mirror, in exchange for offering all the citizens of Ferryport Landing their freedom. This final chapter is the end of the road for several beloved characters, but the conclusion is sure to satisfy devoted fans of the series.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/19/2012Pages: 352Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
After the shocking ending of The Everafter War, this book picks up with Sabrina, Daphne, and Puck stuck in the Book of Everafter, where all the fairy tales are stored and enchanted characters can change their destinies. The girls (and Puck) must chase the Master through a series of stories, where they’re willing to change what they need in order to save their baby brother. Soon, however, they are confronted by the Editor—the book’s guardian—who, along with an army of tiny monsters known as Revisers, threatens the children with dire consequences if they don’t stick to the stories. As they chase their quarry and dodge the Revisers, they meet Alice, Mowgli, Jack the Giant Killer, Hansel and Gretel, the Headless Horseman, and more. But will they find their brother in time?F&P level: UBook Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 5/1/2010Pages: 288Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Once upon a time, fairy tales were grim. Cinderella's stepsisters got their eyes pecked out by birds. Rumpelstiltskin ripped himself in half. And in a tale called "The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage," a mouse, a bird, and a sausage all talk to each other. Yes, the sausage talks. (Okay, I guess that one's not that grim...) Those are the real fairy tales. But they have nothing on the story I'm about to tell. This is the darkest fairy tale of all. Also, it is the weirdest. And the bloodiest. It is the grimmest tale I have ever heard. And I am sharing it with you. Two children venture through forests, flee kingdoms, face ogres and demons and monsters, and, ultimately, find their way home. Oh yes, and they may die. Just once or twice. That's right. Fairy talesAreAwesome. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/8/2013Pages: 368Reading Level: Age 10 and Up
Renowned children’s book author Wanda Gág presents these classic Grimm tales, accompanied by whimsical illustrations. Drawing on her peasant heritage and childlike sense of wonder, Gág translated the fairy tales in a uniquely American vernacular tongue. In Tales from Grimm we find her touch on timeless stories like Hansel and Gretel,” The Musicians of Bremen,” Rapunzel,” and others. No other editions of Grimm’s fairy tales for children can match Gág’s richness of prose and the humor, beauty, and sheer magic of her pictorial interpretation. Best known for her Newbery Honor winner Millions of Cats, Wanda Gág (18931946) was a pioneer in children’s book writing, integrating text and illustration. Born in New Ulm, Minnesota, she rose to international acclaim. In recognition of her artistry, she was posthumously awarded the 1958 Lewis Carroll Shelf Award for Millions of Cats and the 1977 Kerlan Award for her body of work.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/10/2006Pages: 256Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
A small girl runs away from her domineering older sister, only to discover how much she is needed and loved. A heartwarming picture book for small girls. BL. Children's Books of the Year 1966 (CSA)Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/29/1990Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
There was a young girl named Halva up in Finnmark who found a white bear cub alone in the woods... Halva takes the cub home, where they name her Sister Bear. Not only does Sister Bear hunt for the family and protect Halva, but she likes to dance while Halva plays the flute. Halva decides to show off Sister Bear to the king of Denamrk. But on their journey, they run into trouble with some big, ugly, hungry trolls, and Halva learns just how lucky she is to have a loving friend like Sister Bear. Author Jane Yolen, often called "the Hans Christian Anderson of America" for her work in fairy tales, is perfectly matched with illustrator Linda Graves, whose richly detailed art is rendered in pastel, colored pencil, and watercolor. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/1/2011Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
After the milestone events of Grimm Fairy Tales #50, creatures from the realm of Myst have escaped into our world. Captured by the evil Baba Yaga for her sinister plans, they are about to cause major havoc on earth. Britney, our hero from Grimm Fairy Tales #1, is back, working in a treatment center for adolescents. Little does she know that something from another realm has caught her scent and will stop at nothing to find and destroy her before her true purpose is revealed!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/20/2011Pages: 176
A young deaf child who loves to run and jump and play is affectionately described by her older sister. Can give young children an understanding of the fact that deaf children . . . share all the interests of children with normal hearing.' 'C. A friendly, affirmative look [at the everyday experiences of the two sisters].' 'BL. 1979 Coretta Scott King Award Honor BookA Reading Rainbow SelectionChildren's Books of 1977 (Library of Congress)Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 5/23/1984Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Now I'm Growing?: Helps both parents and children as they take on the many steps, challenges and changes that go hand in hand with little kids becoming biger kids. With contemporary art and child friendly stories, these books provide a fresh approach to growing up! Perfect for any new big sister, this endearing book addresses the excitement-and concern-a new baby can bring to an older sister. The simple, lighthearted story and whimsical illustration help a big sister adjust to the changes and understand that her importance hasn't changed a bit!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/1/2010Pages: 24Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
It's the early 1960s, and Anna has never seen a person with dark skin-until she meets Sister Anne. At first she is afraid of her new teacher, but she quickly discovers how wonderful Sister Anne is. Then one of Anna's classmates directs a racist remark toward Sister Anne. The teacher's wise way of turning the incident into a powerful learning experience has a profound impact on Anna. This moving, timeless tale is perfectly illustrated with luminous, glowing paintings."With humor and understanding, Lorbiecki writes about a young girl's coming to terms with racial differences." -The Horn BookAwards:( A Child Study Children's Book Committee Children's Book of the Year( Winner of a 1999 Storytelling World AwardBook Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 11/29/2000Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
A Sister More Like MeExplore a wintery world of magic in Walt Disney Animation Studio's latest film, Frozen. This jacketed picture book features an original story about Anna and Elsa, the film's two sisters, as well as illustrations by one of the artists who worked on the film.
Luffy and crew must contend with "Saw-Tooth" Arlong and his nasty Fish Man pirates. Arlong's pirates specialize in using mafia tactics to squeeze the lifeblood from innocent villagers. Needless to say, it comes as a big surprise to everyone that pirate-hating Nami is actually a member of Arlong's crew! Always incredulous, Luffy won't believe anything until he's had a nap and a good meal. In the interim, however, Luffy's crew meets up with Nojiko, Nami's tangerine-growing sister, and the residents of Coco Village. They reveal Nami's tragic pact with Arlong and her dreams for the future. Will Luffy and crew step in to help out Coco Village and their resident pirate Nami?Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/3/2006Pages: 208
Babies sure have a lot of growing up to do! They can’t eat with a fork, sleep in a real bed, poop on a potty, ride a trike, or read a book. On every sweet lift-the-flap spread, Karen Katz’s illustrations celebrate the varied accomplishments of older siblings who may be in need of a little ego-stroking after a new baby’s arrival! Each book ends on a warm, loving note with the older child reassuring the baby that "one day you’ll be big like me." Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 6/1/2006Pages: 14Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero is thrilled to learn he'll be a big brother in the spring. He can hardly wait for the new baby, but spring seems a long time away. Franklin does everything he can to make spring come, but nothing happens. Even the seed he planted at school doesn't look like it will ever become a plant. Then, one day, spring finally appears and something very special arrives -something little and green and absolutely wonderful!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/1/2000Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Elizabeth has just started working as a page at the New York Circulating Material Repository - a lending library of objects, contemporary and historical, common and obscure. And secret, too - for in the repository's basement lies the Grimm Collection, a room of magical items straight from the Grimm Brother's fairy tales. But the magic mirrors and seven-league boots and other items are starting to disappear. And before she knows it, she and her fellow pages - handsome Marc, perfect Anjali, and brooding Aaron - are suddenly caught up in an exciting, and dangerous, magical adventure.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/7/2011Pages: 336Reading Level: Age 10 and Up
Bean's older sister is going to Girl Power 4-Ever Camp, where she will do Crafts and Music and First Aid and other secret things that Bean will never know about because girls have to be eleven to go to Girl Power 4-Ever Camp. Wait a second! Bean and Ivy can make their own camp, their own better camp: Camp Flaming Arrow, where counselors Ivy and Bean will give a whole new meaning to Crafts, Music, First Aid, and hands-on learning!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 8/13/2013Pages: 144Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
It's a whole new ride from master of horror and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained in just one book!Twelve-year-old Boone and his sister Heather love animals of every kind. That's why they wanted to come to Camp Hither. The wild legends of man-eating snakes and disappearing campers are hisss-terical! But Camp Hither has a cold-blooded secret: Somebody has unleashed a hungry horde of slithery snakes!Can these two survive long enough to accept their invitation to HorrorLand? Yesssssss! But only if they figure out why Camp Hither is crawling with trouble.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/15/2009Pages: 160Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
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