Bobbie Peers

The Explorers’ Club and the Turtle Cannon

The Explorers’ Club #2

Ella and Felix journey to the desert and to a stilt-borne city wedged among its sand dunes to discover why it has started raining turtles there. The Explorers’ Club soon discovers the robotic turtles to be part of the evil Piranha Pirates’ scheme to steal the city’s precious silver spiders. The spiders’ webs are used to make the inhabitants’ silver suits that can deflect the scorching sun, and the city will be at complete loss without them. The Club decides to lure the Piranha Pirates into a trap, but as part of that plan they first need to venture into the pirates’ terrifying fortress.

Pure entertainment. /…/ [Bobbie Peers] delivers international entertainment and gives children everything they could wish for. /…/ Gives readers of all genders impressive characters to relate to. /…/ Stirs the imagination, both in illustrations and words.

Bergens Tidning, Norway *5 stars*

Bobbie Peers

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Bobbie Peers (b. 1974) made his mark on Norwegian film history when he in 2006 won a Palme d’Or for his Sniffer, written and directed by Peers himself. The award became the first of many milestones in the London International Film School graduate’s career as a director and film writer. 2015 witnessed the multi-talented Peers’ debut as a children’s books author. William Wenton and the Luridium Thief is the first book in the award-winning series featuring the code breaking whizz William.

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Edited October 09, 2019 by Salomonsson Agency