The Problem Child

The Problem Child

eBook - 2006
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With the help of a long lost relative, and a little magic, Sabrina Grimm and her sister, Daphne try to find out who has kidnapped their parents and rescue them.
Publisher: New York : Amulet Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9781613120408
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: text file
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kimneal1
Aug 30, 2014

oh my god i love when they kiss, i read the page like, 20 times! :)

emckenzie Aug 21, 2014

I like how this book deals with deeper subject matter like right and wrong/ addiction/ value of a person's life/ grief and loss in a roundabout way and how it shows how challenging decisions can be both from the grown ups point of view and from the two sister's points of view. Puck is brilliant in this novel and adds humour to an otherwise darker plot.

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mikeandfel
Feb 13, 2014

I have read all of the sisters grimm books multiple times. Yet, this is my favorite in the series.
There are many twists and turns that will suprise readers of all ages.

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grimmgirl369
Jan 12, 2014

greatest book I've read in my life.I hope the crew can save Puck

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pinky0203
Jul 07, 2013

Picking up where The Unusual Suspects left off, Sabrina Grimm finds herself in a dark room with her unconscious kidnapped parents mere inches away. Unfortunately, she is also face-to-face with the dreaded Jabberwocky and its handler, the wickedly insane Little Red Riding Hood.

So begins the Sisters Grimm's third fairy-tale adventure. After a narrow escape, Sabrina and Daphne realize they are going to need help if they want to rescue their parents and defeat Red and her pet. Accompanied by their long-lost uncle Jake, the girls begin a quest to find the mystical vorpal blade. During their search for the only weapon capable of killing the Jabberwocky, they also meet more of Ferryport Landing's Everafters, including the Little Mermaid and the fearsome Baba Yaga.

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got_fandom
Jul 02, 2012

I love all sisters grimm books, but the one I love most is The Problem Chlid because it's a very meaningful book. These brave girls, rescuing their parents. So adventuries! Also, I've seen how fast the sisters learn about Ferryprot Landing. At first, they didnt know that the place was magical. Withen a month, they've solved so many mysteries! I love this series!

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solomia
Apr 27, 2012

Really griping

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grimmgirl369
Jan 12, 2014

"i'll bet you a hundred dollars you are faking it,Puck"Sabrina

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katekeenan99
Aug 22, 2013

"I knew it! You're in LOVE with me!" -Puck

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vv19
Jul 10, 2016

A great story to get lost in. We are back with our favorite characters, Sabrina and Daphne. The moral of the story is that we protect and save family members at all costs. The characters feel real with their vulnerabilities and likable qualities.

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