Once Upon A Toad

Once Upon A Toad

Book - 2012
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When her mother goes on a NASA mission, Cat Starr is sent to live with her father, stepsister Olivia, and younger brother Geoffrey, but interference by her inept fairy godmother causes toads to appear when Cat speaks and gems to fall from Olivia's mouth, bringing one to the attention of jewel thieves and the other to a secret government laboratory.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, c2012.
ISBN: 9781416984788
Characteristics: 262 p. ;,22 cm.


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Jan 18, 2016

i really liked this book although it is a little bit weird. I thought it was kind of funny and suspenseful.

Jan 22, 2014

rosegold11 this book is weird . I mean frogs popping out cats mouth and diamonds out of her stepsisters . then jewel thieves captures there little brother. AND they go to vegas. Read it and you'll know what I mean!

Nov 04, 2013

ha ha this book sounds so weird

BPLNextBestKids Nov 22, 2012

While Cat's astronaut mother circles the globe, Cat has to move halfway across the country to live with her dad and his new family. She has to share a room with her stepsister, Olivia, who goes out of her way to make life miserable for Cat at school and at home. When Cat's Great-Aunt Abyssinia comes to visit, Cat tells her everything in hopes that her aunt can do something to improve the situation. Fat chance! Things take a very strange turn as Olivia and Cat become the subjects of a media 'feeding-frenzy' and their little stepbrother, Geoffrey, is kidnapped. Can the two girls work together to save Geoffrey?
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Aug 06, 2016

black_beetle_81 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 99


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