Title of Book or Name of Activity
The Grimm Conculsion by Adam Gidwitz
As the final ending to the Grimm series, you venture with twins Jorinda and Joringel (you'll get the pronunciations once you read it, I promise) in their truly grim and most definitely bloody adventures. After being born and killing their father out of too much sheer happiness, they grow up with a mother who locks herself up in her study, a homicidal step-father, wretched and beautiful step sisters, and a Juniper Tree. In this combination of classic fairy-tales, you're introduced to the REAL grimmness of it all, not the sappy, censored children's tales of fairy god-mothers and pumpkin carriages. And ya know, you also get to live through the reign of a little tyrant girl, meet some Unicorns, break the fourth wall and actually MEET the narrator, and also go the Hell (quite literally, Joringle ACTUALLY goes there and ends up making the Devil cry). And best of all, you'll just LOVE the Devil's Grandmother.
The story telling method of this book was to die for (and trust me plenty of people did). It's the perfect balance of groutesque humor and out-right relatable and realistic narration - not to mention the perfectly done abolishment of the fourth wall.