Good thing sheâs been assigned an animal companion, Lord Percival J. Whamsford III. This over-anxious cat doesnât like Salem calling him ÂWhammy,â and Salem doesnât like listening to his long-winded explanations as to why she shouldnât 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 thereâs nothing like a misspelled spell to cause all kinds of havoc!
"A fledgling witch receives necessary guidance from a talking cat in this utterly adorable page-turnerÂ A delightful buddy story and an auspicious series opener; be sure to make room on shelves for Salem and Whammy."
ÂKirkus Reviews, starred review
"Itâs just about the perfect story for comics-loving fathers to read with their comics-loving daughters."
ÂPublishers Weekly, starred review
"Cammuso evokes both the sarcastic spunk and gentle warmth of Calvin and Hobbes in this humorous tale of unlikely pals."
ÂThe Bulletin of The Center for Children's Books
"Young readers will eat up Cammusoâs (Ottoâs Orange Day, 2008) action-packed panels, full of cartoonish antics, silly puns, and playful slapstick humor."
"The humor, appealing artwork, and underlying message of friendship will attract readers."
ÂLibrary Media Connection
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