Authors: Ali Sparkes
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Text Â© Ali Sparkes 2011
Illustrations Â© Ross Collins 2011
“SWITCH: Newt Nemesis!” was originally published in English in 2011. This edition is published by an arrangement with Oxford University Press.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Newt nemesis / by Ali Sparkes ; illustrated by Ross Collins.
pages cm. â (S.W.I.T.C.H. ; #8)
Summary: At summer camp, twins Josh and Danny and their new friend, Charlie, still have frog's legs from when “camp counselor” Petty Potts sprayed them with her new AMPHISWITCH, but a second attempt to restore them turns them into newts, instead.
ISBN 978â1â4677â3233â8 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
ISBN 978â1â4677â3235â2 (eBook)
[1. CampsâFiction. 2. NewtsâFiction. 3. BrothersâFiction.
4. TwinsâFiction. 5. FriendshipâFiction. 6. Science fiction.]
I. Collins, Ross, illustrator. II. Title.
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1 â SB â 12/31/13
eISBN: 978-1-4677-3235-2 (pdf)
eISBN: 978-1-4677-4018-0 (ePub)
eISBN: 978-1-4677-4017-3 (mobi)
With grateful thanks to John Buckley, fabulous
and reptile guru, and ARC, without
whom this book might be full of embarrassing errors.
For Maisy, Lewis and Rosie
And no, I don't mean John Buckley is a fabulous amphibian)
SOCKS. And not just any socks. LONG socks. THICK socks. HOT socks. Socks that had no business being dragged up the legs of any normal person on a day like this.
Camp counselor Amy Jessup was a little worried.
The kids at Outdoor Action Camp were cool. Fashionable. They had the latest footwear and funky, messy haircuts. One of the girls even had a tattoo, it was rumored (although others claimed it was just a lick-and-stick job out of a fashion magazine).