The Kung Fu Force and the Tower of Doom (Book 1)
- About the Author & Illustrator
🎁Recommended for ages 3 and above
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They’re small. They’re cute. They’re warriors. Meet the Kung Fu Force. There’s no problem they can’t solve!
Meet the team behind the Kung Fu Force: Lucas the Lizard, Brady the Bengal Cat and Coco the Cockatoo. Together with Shifu Seong the Seahorse, these three animal pals master kung fu skills and learn life lessons along the way. And when duty calls, they channel their chi to save the world!
In this book, they are called to help Mr Goh, who’s stuck teetering over the edge of a collapsing building. But before they can help, Brady has to deal with another problem—he can’t channel his chi to help.
What will become of him? Will the team be able to save the day?
Robin Leong became a household name in Singapore with his starring role in the popular police drama Triple Nine. He successfully crossed over to the Chinese entertainment scene with his critically acclaimed role in Knotty Liaison, followed by the top-rated martial arts drama The Challenge. His passion for martial arts and sports led him to Channel News Asia where he was a sports, entertainment and lifestyle presenter.
In 2002, Robin established Ch’i Life Studio, Singapore’s premiere martial arts studio for children, and it has since expanded into China and the USA, with thousands of students worldwide. Robin holds a Speech Communications degree from the University of Washington. The Kung Fu Force and the Tower of Doom is his first book.
Eric Wong is an illustrator who takes every opportunity to deliver work that is witty and aesthetically pleasant. He is always finding and experimenting with new ways to challenge his limits. He is the illustrator of The Kung Fu Force and the Tower of Doom and the miniature 3-dimensional creations in the Karung Guni Boy, which was recently brought to life in an art installation at the National Gallery Singapore.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 32
Year Published: 2020
Size: 260mm x 210mm