Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Fable to end all Fables...

How does a book teeming with bratty fairies, naughty satyrs, magic milk, an ugly troll and a destructive witch sound to you?  Excellent, you say?  Well then Fablehaven is a must read.  Kendra Sorenson and her brother Seth don’t always get along, and have some pretty amusing spats to say the least.  But for the next 17 days they will have to put aside their differences, and their innate ability to get on each other’s nerves, to defend their grandparent’s property against evil forces.
Brandon Mull has written 5 books in this series, each one better than the next.  Take a chance and get to know the magical world of Fablehaven with Kendra and Seth as your guide.
The adventure begins once you drink the milk...
--G

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