The Weather Kids and the Rainbow Superhighway

The Weather Kids and the Rainbow Superhighway

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Linzi, Sami, Sofia, Rebecca, Tommy and Wu-Shi meet at the International Climate Change Centre where their scientist parents are attending a conference. They see a strange, spidery man escaping from the highly secretive Extreme Weather Chamber with a funny looking box. Wu-Shi has a phone app that can open security locks. They break in and find themselves trapped with no way out. Then a huge storm begins - a typhoon mixed with a tornado. The Weather God appears created out of cloud, rain, mist, lightning and rainbows. He takes them to the amazing Cloud Nine where they find the Crock of Gold, the source of all the world's rainbows and the rainbow superhighway. They receive and test out their superpowers: lightning, thunder, rain, snow, wind and sunshine. Then, they go on their first mission. The spidery man is Doctor Vile. He stole the master controller from the Chamber and has built a monstrous sixty feet giant from landfill rubbish, garbage and all kinds of sickly, smelly trash. Vile threatens to bury a small town and a school full of children until the Weather Kids use their powers to capture him.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.06mm | 149.68g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1514738554
  • 9781514738559

About David Callinan

David Callinan is the author of sci-fi classic Fortress Manhattan and co-author of bestselling guide to holistic health The 10 Minute Miracle. Born into a family in the west of Ireland he grew up in the UK. After graduating from art school he did a host of jobs from telegraphist to salesman - busked around Europe then rediscovered Irish music and formed The Spalpeens. In his early teens he appeared in films such as The Lion In Winter and Sinful Davey and scores of television advertisements. Later, he formed Urban Clearway, touring and performing with artists such as Elton John, Billy Connolly and Rod Stewart. He co-wrote a Celtic rock opera for the Edinburgh Festival. 'Pucka-Ri' starred Pierce Brosnan and became one of the hits of the Fringe, before transferring to the Arts Theatre in London. Latterly, an earlier spacey, folk-rock album, Freedom's Lament, recorded by Callinan-Flynn, has emerged as a highly sought after title on the Internet. He has written screenplays, thrillers, YA fantasy and a children's chapter book series. He lives in Herefordshire.show more