An Egyptian Escape by


An Egyptian Escape by

What could be more incredible than travelling through time? Doing it twice! Join Charlie and Bandit as they go back to 1906, make friends ith the grandchildren of eminent archaeologist Professor Honeycut, then manage to get themselves and their new friends into even more trouble when they all go back to ancient Egypt, on the run from the greedy Dr Bull and is sidekick Haru! Luckily the friend ssolve the mystery of the Eye of Pakhet and find a way for (almost) everyone to get back to their own times. Dr Bull and Haru are left in ancient Egypt to pay for their crimes.


'Jamie and The Magic Torch meets Biff and Kipper as an Educational graphic novel.'

's a children's graphic novel, with snappy, short and labelled chapters. Armadillo magazine Emma Dodd's illustrations really suit this format, it is noticeable how the story and layout give the illustrations a real vibrancy and energy, giving the story a real place. Armadillo magazine Pages will turn faster and faster as children read on. The format and the subject matter are spot on, and great match of text and pictures. Armadillo magazine A fun zippy story. The artwork of think, rough linework and nice textures suits the ancient Egyptian landscapes perfectly. Ireland Children's Books'

About the Author

K.A.Gerrard was born in America and now lives in Surrey, England with her husband and son who is about Charlie's age/ She comes from an advertising background and Egyptian Escape is her second graphic novel.

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88 pages
Interest Age: From 9


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Publication date

1st February 2012



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