The Curse of the Kraken - Book Two
TENTACLES! TERROR! TANTRUMS!
After a mysterious stranger appears at The Crafty Trout, Jack Scratch and his friends find themselves entangled in an adventure of monstrous proportions.
Narrowly escaping a boatload of murderous moggies, crashing cannonballs and a treacherous seabird, Jack and crew set a course for the most fearsome stretch of sea known to catkind, in search of the legendary ...
A beautifully created A4 hard-cover book with cloth covered spine.
64 pages of full-colour illustrations by Craig Phillips, creator of 'Giants, Trolls, Witches, Beasts' a graphic anthology of world tales.
Book two follows on from the first book, 'The Quest for the Hiss-paniola'.
RECLAIMING COMICS FOR KIDS…
Written and illustrated by Craig Phillips, this is the second book in The Adventures of Jack Scratch series of comics about a pirate cat.
Craig Phillips is a professional illustrator, working for publishers all around the world from his studio by the shores of beautiful Lake Taupo in New Zealand.
He has created many book covers for popular children’s and young adult books, as well as rock posters for bands such as Queens of the Stone Age, Red Hot Chili Peppers, DJ Shadow and the Foo Fighters.
Craig recently retold and illustrated ‘Giants, Trolls, Witches, Beasts’ a graphic anthology of world tales. He won the Russell Clark Award for Illustration in the 2018 NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults for this book.
About The Book
This is the second book in the series and follows on after 'The Quest for the Hiss-paniola'. This book is packed with humour that will have kids laughing out loud (and probably a few parents too).
A beautifully illustrated A4 hardcover book with a stunning cloth spine. It is printed in full colour and created with classic comic series like Tin Tin and Asterix in mind.
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