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  • Published: 2 July 2021
  • ISBN: 9781760895143
  • Imprint: Puffin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208
  • RRP: $14.99

Super Geeks 2: Planet Pancake




Zeek and Arnie are back in another hilarious action-packed adventure featuring pirates, pancakes and the edge of the world . . .

When Zeek and Arnie hear about a heap of TREASURE at the edge of the world, they decide to investigate. Zeek wants to use the treasure to fund his quest for WORLD DOMINATION! But how will they get there? After using their inventing skills to build a ship, the Enchilada, they sail off with Eleanor. But there’s trouble brewing on the horizon . . . What will Zeek and Arnie find at the edge of the world? Will it be TREASURE or TROUBLE? And . . . are they really alone?

  • Published: 2 July 2021
  • ISBN: 9781760895143
  • Imprint: Puffin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208
  • RRP: $14.99

About the author

James Hart

James Hart grew up loving comics, cartoons and drawing. After finishing his studies, he turned that passion into a full-time career as an illustrator. Over the years he has worked on toy designs, animations and books for multiple clients and publishers across the world. Projects include: the popular animated series of The Day My Butt Went Psycho, the award-winning You Choose series, the CBCA-notable Mr Bambuckle’s Remarkables series, the thrilling Mysterious World of Cosentino series, the young adventure series D-Bot Squad and MANY titles with author Adam Wallace, including the series Cowboy and Birdbrain that James illustrated and co-created.

James also illustrated the 2018 Premiers' Reading Challenge posters in Victoria, and has now written and illustrated the hilarious and flamboyant action-packed graphic novel series, Super Geeks.

When James isn't drawing he can be found being a dad and husband, watching movies and cartoons, listening to music, gardening, reading and writing.

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Praise for Super Geeks 2: Planet Pancake

Told in comic style, Planet Pancake is fast-paced and highly engaging. The mixture of speech bubbles and paragraphs is easy to follow, and the illustrations are frankly hilarious! Because of the high illustration-to-text ratio, this is a fantastic book for readers reluctant to transition from picture books ... Children embarking on their independent reading journey can easily enjoy this book as a stand-alone, though they’ll have more scope for the overall story by reading the first in the series, Fish and Chips. James Hart has done it again!

Geni Kuckhahn, Reading Time

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