Annotations for Gecko and Sticky Sinister Substitute


Baker & Taylor
Dave Sanchez and his talking gecko sidekick Sticky decide to rescue a science teacher who has been kidnapped by the villanous Damien Black, who is masquerading as a substitute teacher in order to steal Dave's magic Aztec armband.

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Baker & Taylor
Initially delighted by an unpopular frog-dissecting teacher's absence, Dave becomes increasingly suspicious of a substitute's fascination with pet geckos and realizes that the substitute is the nefarious treasure hunter Damien Black in disguise.

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Baker & Taylor
Seventh-grader Dave Sanchez and his talking gecko sidekick Sticky decide they must rescue an odious science teacher who has been kidnapped by the even more villanous Damien Black, who is masquerading as a substitute teacher in order to steal Dave's magic Aztec armband.

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Random House, Inc.
Dave's most despised teacher, a gleeful frog dissector named Ms. Veronica Krockle, is absent. Her students are psyched! But Sticky is suspicious. Especially when the substitute teacher turns out to be strangely interested in geckos. Or rather, boys with pet geckos.

That's no substitute! That's Damien Black, dastardly treasure hunter and master of disguise!

If Damien Black is in school, does that mean he's behind Ms. Krockle's absence? Could she have been kidnapped? And does that mean Dave has to rescue her? Ay chihuahua! The capped crusader is (reluctantly) on the case.

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