Salamander Smackdown (DC Super-Pets Series)

Salamander Smackdown (DC Super-Pets Series)


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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.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781404868441
Publisher: Capstone Press
Publication date: 08/01/2011
Series: DC Super-Pets Series
Pages: 56
Sales rank: 586,895
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.20(d)
Lexile: 530L (what's this?)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

John Sazaklis spent part of life working in a family coffee shop, the House of Donuts. The other part, he spent drawing and writing stories. He has illustrated Spider-Man books and written Batman books for HarperCollins. He has also created toys used in MAD Magazine.

Art Baltazar is a super-cartoonist machine from the heart of Chicago and the winner of two Eisner awards! He's all about the peace, love and joy. He defines cartoons and comics not only was an art style, but as a way of life. Art started his funky secret art studio in 1994 with his self published comic book "The Cray-Baby Adventures." Since then, he created other comics such as "Captain Camel & the Space Chicken," Lunar Lizard," Meteor Mite" and the famous, "Patrick the Wolf Boy" and "Tiny Titans."

Table of Contents

Turtle power — Naughty newts — Shell shocked.

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Salamander Smackdown 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ElizaJane on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
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 other books in the series. Instead, this time, we have two cyborg salamanders who idolize Professor Zoom, follow him home, find a giant robot and get it working. They then proceed to cause chaos in Central City. Luckily The Flash's pet turtle the Terrific Whatzit is nearby to rescue the day. Ds had a great time reading this one and enjoyed the antics of both Whatzit and the newts. Being autistic he doesn't often get a lot of humour unless it is right in your face but he laughed all the way through at the shenanigans of cyborg newts, X-43 and Bit-Bit. He even got 2 out of the 3 jokes at the back of the book! He usually doesn't get any of them. Lots of fun had by all and one of our favourites in this entertaining series written at a low reading level but suitable for a wide range of ages who are still interested in superheroes. Ds is 11 and mum is forty-{cough}.
tmurrell2 More than 1 year ago
Two little newts in a pet store have have dreams of joining super-villain Professor Zoom. They escape from the store and hitch a ride in the professor's bag. When they reach the secret villain lab they discover a giant robot that the professor is working on. Hoping to impress the man they admire, they work on the robot to get him working. They take him on a destructive test run. Super-pet hero Whatzit comes to the rescue and shuts down the robot. After saving the town, Whatzit returns the salamanders to the pet store. The book begins with a chart style write-up on all of the main characters. Brightly colored illustrations and colorful fonts bring the story to life. The imaginative story will appeal to young readers. The large font, comic style writing, and fast paced story make this a great book for reluctant readers. My son really enjoyed this book and laughed at the ending. He definitely wanted to keep the book so he could read it again. I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.