The Grimm Legacy (Part 2)
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Ohmygosh! That book was amazing!!!
Elizabeth, Anjali, Marc, and Aaron were all running around trying to protect the objects and find the thief
The crazy part was that the thief was totally not who you would expect it to be! They had slipped through their fingers.
I'm not gonna tell you anymore because I am NOT going to spoil this for you! But, I can say that my favorite part about that book is when Elizabeth takes the thief away and strands them in an isolated area.
I think what I like best about that is how descriptive Polly Shulman was. She used a lot of imagery and blew me away with the detail and colors. In my head, the scenery was beautiful.
The recommended age range is about 10 years of age and older, but I think that this book can reach out to all age ranges! I especially think that this would be a good book for younger girls who are used to reading larger chapter books!
I think that this book teaches everyone that your friendships can only get stronger. By going through hardships and some tough times together, the friendship builds into trust and love!
I know I have been talking for quite a while, but I have some connections to make quickly! I don't think that this book can be compared, in any shape or form, but I can definitely relate to the main character in the story, Elizabeth.
Our love for fairytales is the same! She loves the tall tales because they remind her of her deceased mother, and for me because I grew up with them and I still can't stop myself from reading them!
Thank you everyone who stayed awake long enough for me to blabber a bit about this AMAZING book! I hope you get a chance to read it soon!
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