Salamander Smackdown

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Capstone, Jul 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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When two naughty newts escape from a pet store, nothing can stop their amphibian antics . . . except the TERRIFIC WHATZIT! This super-speedy turtle must stop the slimy salamanders before they cast another tale of terror on CENTRAL CITY.


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User Review  - ElizaJane - LibraryThing

Reason for Reading: Ds read aloud to me as his reader. Well ds (and I) really enjoyed this title even more so than usual. This is a very fun story that doesn't follow the usual supervillan plot of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jean-Marie - Goodreads

The 7-year-old read this one to me. I love The Flash. Sadly he didn't even make a cameo in this one. This story featured The Flash's super-pet Whatzit. Whatzit's daytime alter ego is Merton McSnurtle ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

John Sazaklis, a New York Times bestselling author, enjoys writing children's books about his favorite characters. To him, it's a dream come true. He has been reading comics and watching cartoons since before even the Internet! John lives with his beautiful wife in the Big Apple.

Born in Chicago, Art Baltazar found his way early to comic book art and has been cartooning ever since he can recall. With a frenetic, hip hop style, Baltazar began self-publishing in 1994 with such titles as The Cray-Baby Adventures, Gyro-Man, Captain Camel & the Space Chicken, Jimmy Dydo, Lunar Lizard, Meteor Mite and the famous Patrick the Wolf Boy. Art has also drawn coloring books for Warner Bros. Art recently finished work on SUPERMAN FAMILY ADVENTURES, and is now co-writing the new series THE GREEN TEAM: TEEN TRILLIONAIRES. Art lives outside of Chicago with his wife, Rose, and children Sonny, Gordon, and Audrey.

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