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Twelve-year-old Gabby and her lovable pet monster Dwight embark on many adventures in the quest to improve Dwight's self-esteem. These delightful stories show readers how to overcome life's little challenges. The comic-book-style artwork adds to the appeal of this series.
Gabby's pet monster is supposed to compete at the district-wide spelling bee. But how can Dwight be a champion speller when no one understands him? After speech therapy fails, it seems the only answer is an interpreter. But if Vice Principal Burns has anything to say about it, there won't be an interpreter or a monster speller.
When school funding is cut, a new student creates a plan to save the school's lunch programme. A candy sale! Gabby and her pet monster, Dwight, like the idea until the new kid starts racking up sales with help from his own beastly best friend. Dwight will have to pick up the pace, or raise the price of lollipops, if he's going to become a Monster Moneymaker.
Like every kid in town, twelve-year-old Gabby has a pet monster. However, Gabby refuses to keep her monster, Dwight, in the cupboard. When she takes her pet to school, the drama teacher takes a liking to the beastly pet. He wants the monster to play Scrooge in the annual Christmas production. But if Dwight doesn't meet his expectations, both Gabby and her pet will be given the boot.