Synopses & Reviews
Young witch Salem Hyde is stubborn, impulsive, and loves flying. Her cat companion, Whammy, is nervous, careful, and loves staying on the ground. Somehow, though, theyandrsquo;re best friends. In this second book in the series, Salem is invited to a birthday party, and she wants to make sure everything goes perfectly. But from the invitations to the presents, party games, and spells gone awry, nothing happens exactly the way it should, and sheandrsquo;ll need Whammyandrsquo;s help to sort it all out.
Praise for The Misadventures of Salem Hyde: Book Two
andquot;Cammusoandrsquo;s lively art conveys wonderful expressions with just a few strokes, and young readers will enjoy the humor of Salemandrsquo;s predicaments. Salem manages to give Edgar a memorable birthday party, and readers a very fun book.andquot;
andquot;With lots of laughs and lots of heart, this sophomore offering doesnandrsquo;t disappoint.andquot;
andquot;Salem Hyde is a whimsical character. The bright two-color pink and black illustrations convey the spunky heroineandrsquo;s energy. Dark shadows lend volume and height where needed. Frames, wide and magnified in varying degrees, are filled with action and high jinks.andquot;
--School Library Journal
About the Author
Frank Cammuso is an Eisner-nominated cartoonist, the creator of the popular middle school graphic novel series Knights of the Lunch Table, and the illustrator of several beginning-reader graphic books, including Ottoand#8217;s Orange Day. He lives in Syracuse, New York.