We have experienced only the audio edition. I think that it is more fun to experience that way, since there are so many different voices.
We love Puck in all of the books. Red has to be our favorite in this one. What a creepy twist on an old tale.
These books are terrific for the whole family. I have 7- and 10-year-old girls, and they both love them. My husband willing listens once we catch him up on the plot. I'm so sad that we're not listening ot the last book.
Great family fun.
This is book 6, so many of the details run together for this mom. But, we are always laughing about Puck's mischief and Daphne's new words.
He does a great job with the dozens of different voices that are required.
Listening to these books has been terrific for my family. As soon as we get in the car, one girl or the other says, "Can we listen to the book?" We listen on long trips as well as just around town. We keep updating their dad, so that he can listen, too. He enjoys them as much as we do.
In addition, my 10-year-old pulled out my many books of fairy tales (Andersen, Grimm, Mother Goose collections) and starting reading the original stories. She's been comparing versions and talking about how the characters turn up in the Sisters Grimm.
So happy that we have 2.5 more books to "read." Sad that they will have to come to an end, though.
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