In a world where magic is an ordinary part of daily life, two young apprentice veterinarians pursue their dreams of caring for supernatural creatures.Have you ever wondered where witches' cats go when they pull a claw? Or what you do with a pygmy phoenix with a case of bird flu? Nan and Clarion have you covered. They're the best veterinarian witches of all timeat least they'...
|Title||:||Hex Vet: Witches in Training|
|Number of Pages||:||80 pages|
Hex Vet: Witches in Training Reviews
full of delightfully strange creatures with even more delightful ailments. kids will love the tense action and the sweet young witches who save the day.
Cute and fun. Very webcomic-y art style.
Sweet story, awkward art at times. Hope to see more installments, I think there's a lot of potential. Interested to learn more about Annette and Dr. Talon especially!
There's cute art in this book but the dialog and the story structure fail to meet up with incredible premise the book presents. It might still work for kids under ten but it doesn't have enough interesting characters or animals, or stories with stakes, to appeal to the kind of kid who likes to reread books.
Dialogue read like clunky video game conversations.
I could predict the plot from the beginning, and the illustration style was not my favorite. Still I haven't seen this done before so 2 stars for that.
Boom Studios sent me an e-ARC and I loved it. We have already ordered a copy for our library shelves. The illustration style is very eye catching. The story is fun and sweet and I can see various age groups enjoying this story. I really hope that there will be other installments in the future because I can see it becoming very popular among our GN readers, as well as readers of fantasy, friendship books, animal books, and more. More Buggy, please!