Venus Acton is a champion swimmer who likes nothing more than wild swimming in the ocean. After being hit by sonic vibrations from an underwater explosion, she developed the ability to hear and understand marine animals. She uses that ability to rescue those who call for her help.
In episode 5, Venus and friends suspect that their local public aquarium is not all it pretends to be and decide to investigate. What they discover is worse than they could have imagined and they know they just have to do something. But what? What can they possibly do to help? Well, it’s amazing what four intelligent, compassionate and highly motivated people can achieve when they put their minds to it. Especially when one of them can hear the animals’ desperate cries for help.
Venus Aqueous: Prison Break – her most exciting adventure so far. And there’s a crossword puzzle at the end. Colourful vegan adventure comic, suitable for readers aged 8 and up.
Format: Paperback 42 pages, colour interior, dimensions: 8.5 x 11 in / 216 x 279 mm, vegan children’s book suitable for ages 8 to 108.
£3.50 in UK. Prices may vary depending on where it’s printed.
Ships worldwide from international printer lulu.com
Comments from the web:
“This story rocks 😀 I love Venus, she’s so amazing. I can’t wait to see what happens next.” – The Lemon Paper Almanac
“This is a brilliant story, so gripping! It’s also so informative in a very clever way and the drawings are great.” – Alice of Herbivore Books
“We absolutely loved this episode!!! So much happened and it was so exciting 😀 We were laughing throughout because of all the funny lines and righteous naughty behaviour 🙂 Very inspiring. We really enjoyed this and want to thank you for writing and drawing it 😀 Five stars 😀” – Captain Caffleck
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