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The Misadventures of Salem Hyde: Book One: Spelling Trouble (edição 2013)

por Frank Cammuso (Autor)

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Salem Hyde just isn't like other kids. For one thing, she's stubborn, independent, and impulsive. For another, she's a witch. Salem acts first and thinks later-which means most of her thinking involves coming up with excuses! Good thing she's been assigned an animal companion, Lord Percival J. Whamsford III. This over-anxious cat doesn't like Salem calling him "Whammy," and Salem doesn't like listening to his long-winded explanations as to why she shouldn't do something . . . like enter the class spelling bee. Salem knows she can beat all her classmates at spells, no problem. Too late, she realizes the competition is about spelling words, not magic. And there's nothing like a misspelled spell to cause all kinds of havoc! Praise for The Misadventures of Salem Hyde: Book One STARRED REVIEWS "A fledgling witch receives necessary guidance from a talking cat in this utterly adorable page-turner... A delightful buddy story and an auspicious series opener; be sure to make room on shelves for Salem and Whammy." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review "It's just about the perfect story for comics-loving fathers to read with their comics-loving daughters." -Publishers Weekly, starred review "Cammuso evokes both the sarcastic spunk and gentle warmth of Calvin and Hobbes in this humorous tale of unlikely pals." -The Bulletin of The Center for Children's Books "Young readers will eat up Cammuso's (Otto's Orange Day, 2008) action-packed panels, full of cartoonish antics, silly puns, and playful slapstick humor." -Booklist "The humor, appealing artwork, and underlying message of friendship will attract readers." -Library Media Connection… (mais)
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Título:The Misadventures of Salem Hyde: Book One: Spelling Trouble
Autores:Frank Cammuso (Autor)
Informação:Amulet Paperbacks (2013), 96 pages
Colecções:7th Flor Juvenile Fiction (pink)
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A young witch enters a spelling bee because she thinks it is a magic competition, only to find out it is about spelling words. This is a good book for teaching independence,confidence, and to be strong. It is a good, short chapter book for young readers. ( )
  tayburnett | Apr 17, 2018 |
First in the series of a contemporary and impulsive little witch who has trouble with spelling...and not just with words. Whammy the cat is hired to serve as Salem's companion to refine her powers. Meanwhile teacher Mr. Fink knows something is up with Salem and is determined to prove to the principal what is going on. Humorous and snappily paced. ( )
  Salsabrarian | Feb 2, 2016 |
I'm not personally a fan of Cammuso's popular Dodgeball Chronicles trilogy, since I really dislike Arthurian legends in pretty much all forms, but kids love the silly puns and strong animated style. I was really annoyed when I discovered his books were only available in Graphix' flimsy paperbacks or expensive prebinds and I couldn't easily replace our damaged/missing copies.

So, I was excited to see he's debuting a new series with Amulet, and a beginning chapter one no less!

Salem Hyde is, as one might guess, a witch in training. Unfortunately, after one too many mishaps (who knew they were talking about spelling words and not casting spells?) her parents decide to get her a M.A.C., a Magical Animal Companion. Enter Mr. Whamsford, who is expecting a normal little witch and gets Salem, with all her foibles and mistakes. Salem isn't too happy either since she wanted a unicorn! When Salem accidentally gets picked for a spelling bee and things spiral out of control, she and Whammy will have to solve their differences and learn to be friends.

From the beginning the book plunges right into silly humor as Salem accidentally turns the ancient crossing guard into a dinosaur. More humor is supplied by the suspicious teacher, Mr. Fink, who seems to be the only one who sees Salem's shenanigans. Of course there's a mean girl, some wild vacuum rides, and plenty of spelling mistakes, both magical and mundane.

The galley I received was in black and white, but the final book will be in color. One inner plate showed just hues of green, but going by the cover and Cammuso's previous work, I'm assuming there will be full color throughout the story. The art has a classic cartoon feel with exaggerated eyes, deft lines and strokes filling in emotion, and easy to follow action moving from panel to panel. The storyline and art style isn't particularly ground-breaking or unique, but kids will love the humor and easily recognizable art style.

Verdict: A great filler for your graphic novel section, full of the easy humor that kids love and comic strip-style art. This will be another popular series from Cammuso and I highly recommend adding it.

ISBN: 9781419708039; Published October 2013 by Amulet/Abrams; ARC provided by publisher at ALA Annual 2013; Added to library order list
  JeanLittleLibrary | Oct 19, 2013 |
Salem Hyde is a young witch who just can’t seem to stay out of trouble so her parents get her a talking cat as an animal companion. She accidentally volunteers for her school’s spelling bee, but she doesn’t know the difference between spelling and casting a spell. That means trouble for her and her new animal companion Whammy. The story is told in a graphic novel format that should appeal to kids. The illustrations are vaguely reminiscent of older comic strips and are done partly in color, mostly black, white, and pale green. Younger readers, ages 7 through 9, should enjoy this story. There is a part where Whammy talks about Moby Dick that may confuse kids, but it does end up being relevant to the plot. Despite that, this cute story about the trouble that can come with spelling mistakes could be a good way to teach kids the value of correct spelling. ( )
  robincar | Oct 6, 2013 |
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All of my thoughts on Spelling Trouble are really short, but I think that's okay, because it's really short. So anyway, let's get started.

To tell you the truth, I didn't really like Spelling Trouble. It was cute, yes. But...it didn't have anything else going for it, and on top of that I'm way too old for it anyway-- but I believe that a good book (no matter what age group it's for) is a good book. So. I read it. And it disappointed me immensely. I felt like it was too convoluted-- it was very hard for me to focus on it and follow the story.

It was also way too short, and the comics left a little to be desired. But on the plus side, I've heard that the final version will be printed in colored ink! All in all, Spelling Trouble was very sweet, but it just didn't click with me as a good children's book. I encourage you to give it a shot, though! ( )
  MVTheBookBabe | Sep 18, 2013 |
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Salem Hyde just isn't like other kids. For one thing, she's stubborn, independent, and impulsive. For another, she's a witch. Salem acts first and thinks later-which means most of her thinking involves coming up with excuses! Good thing she's been assigned an animal companion, Lord Percival J. Whamsford III. This over-anxious cat doesn't like Salem calling him "Whammy," and Salem doesn't like listening to his long-winded explanations as to why she shouldn't do something . . . like enter the class spelling bee. Salem knows she can beat all her classmates at spells, no problem. Too late, she realizes the competition is about spelling words, not magic. And there's nothing like a misspelled spell to cause all kinds of havoc! Praise for The Misadventures of Salem Hyde: Book One STARRED REVIEWS "A fledgling witch receives necessary guidance from a talking cat in this utterly adorable page-turner... A delightful buddy story and an auspicious series opener; be sure to make room on shelves for Salem and Whammy." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review "It's just about the perfect story for comics-loving fathers to read with their comics-loving daughters." -Publishers Weekly, starred review "Cammuso evokes both the sarcastic spunk and gentle warmth of Calvin and Hobbes in this humorous tale of unlikely pals." -The Bulletin of The Center for Children's Books "Young readers will eat up Cammuso's (Otto's Orange Day, 2008) action-packed panels, full of cartoonish antics, silly puns, and playful slapstick humor." -Booklist "The humor, appealing artwork, and underlying message of friendship will attract readers." -Library Media Connection

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