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The Grimms defend Mr. Canis in Ferryport Landingand#8217;s trial of the century!
This book sees Mr. Canis, dear friend and protector of the Grimm family, put on trial for past crimes. Considering that heand#8217;s really the Big Bad Wolf, he has a lot to answer for. Is there any truth to the story told by Little Red Riding Hood? Whatand#8217;s the deal with all that huffing and puffing? Will Mr. Canis be forced to answer for his crimes?
A kangaroo court of Everafters, led by the cruel Queen of Hearts, is determined to find Canis guilty and force the Grimms out of Ferryport Landing. Meanwhile, Puck has decided to focus more on his mischievous ways, making a few new troublemaker friends. So itand#8217;s up to Sabrina and Daphne to find evidence to save Canisand#8212;and their investigation may reveal more than they hoped.
Readers have embraced the first five books in the series, and this gripping courtroom drama wonand#8217;t disappoint.
FandP level: U
Funny, suspenseful, and fast-paced, The Sisters Grimm
continues to charm readers with its outrageous take on familiar fairy tales.
In Ferryport Landing everyone gets a day in courtand#8212;even the Big Bad Wolf, a.k.a. Mr. Canis. When Canis is put on trial for past crimes, Mayor Heartand#8217;s kangaroo court is determined to find him guilty. Itand#8217;s up to the Grimms to uncover evidence to save their friend, though Sabrina starts to wonder whether they would all be safer with the Wolf in jail. Despite her misgivings, Sabrina and her sister, Daphne, investigate what actually happened in the Big Bad Wolfand#8217;s most famous taleand#8212;and the real story is full of surprises!
FandP level: U
About the Author
Michael Buckleyand#8217;s previous books include a New York Times
bestseller, a Kirkus Reviews
Best Fantasy Book, and two Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award winners. He has written and developed television shows for several networks. He lives with his wife, Alison, in New York City.
Peter Ferguson is a comic book and editorial artist living in Argentina.