Peanut Jones and the Twelve Portals
Rob BiddulphAges 9-12
'Wildly imaginative, brilliantly written and perfectly illustrated. This is a joy to read.' – David Walliams
'Another absolute smasher from Rob Biddulph! Gorgeously illustrated and a joyfully escapist adventure.' – Louie Stowell, author of Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good
Some legends are born, some are drawn . . .
Famous works of art are disappearing from all over the world. One moment they are there, the next, they have crumbled to dust. Peanut Jones, artist and adventurer, and her friends suspect it might have something to do with the magical world of Chroma and the wicked Mr White's plot to wipe out colour, art and creativity. It's time to head back to the Illustrated City and help the resistance fight back. . .
Superstar, author and illustrator Rob Biddulph dazzles in Peanut Jones and the Twelve Portals. This second title in the hilarious adventure series for boys and girls aged 8 to 12 fizzes with magic, danger, friendship and art. It is fully illustrated throughout by Rob, the creative genius behind #DrawWithRob.
Praise for the first title in the series Peanut Jones and the Illustrated City:
'Peanut Jones is AWESOME. I loved this book from start to finish - the story is packed with twists and turns, and Rob’s illustrations are full of wit and warmth . . . I need to know what happens next!' – Nadia Shireen
'A wildly imaginative, big-hearted celebration of creativity' – Anna James, author of the Pages & Co series
'Look at this utter beauty . . . This book is EPIC' – Laura Ellen Anderson, author of the Amelia Fang series
Wildly imaginative, brilliantly written and perfectly illustrated. This is a joy to read.
Another absolute smasher from Rob Biddulph! Gorgeously illustrated and a joyfully escapist adventure, where art is centre stage!
Louie Stowell, author of Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good
Rob Biddulph is one of the finest, most innovative creators we have. Inside and out, this is a thing of beauty.
Phil Earle, award-winning author of When the Sky Falls