Danger Dan Tackles the Majulah Mayhem (book 2)
Lesley-Anne and Monica Lim
Illustrated by James Tan
Danger Dan and Gadget Girl are back together for another time-travelling adventure, involving riots, a musician, spicy noodles and a flood! Say what?In Danger Dan Tackles the Majulah Mayhem, it’s up to Danny and Melody, to save the composer of the national anthem from giving up on music. But the time warp appears to be more sinister than Danger Dan initially thought. What is the real story behind these time glitches?
“A fun story that also educates!”
—Dr Tay Hui Yong, Vice-Principal, Nanyang Girls’ High
“Refreshingly well-written, with lots of local flavour. A fun and engaging read.”
—Zahira Mohd Sedik, Head of Department GEP Humanities, St Hilda’s Primary School
“A fun and funny adventure! An exciting debut by one of Singapore’s youngest authors!”
—Adeline Foo, author of The Diary of Amos Lee series
—A.J. Low, author of Sherlock Sam series
“Warning: Danger Dan is dangerously fun. A solid hit. Kids, parents and even teachers will love this book!”
—David Seow, author of Sam, Sebbie and Di-Di-Di series
“Written by a mother-and-daughter duo, this fun new series for eight- to 12-year-olds mixes local history, comic book-style action and funky illustrations...In each book, they travel back in time to prevent Singapore's history from being written very differently - fancy a Merlion with orchids around its head?”
—Akshita Nanda, The Sunday Times
About the Authors
Lesley-Anne and Monica Lim are a mother-and-daughter writing team. Lesley-Anne is still in school so she mostly writes essays and papers, which isn’t quite as fun. These days though, she regularly appears at writers’ sessions and interviews, the latest being the Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival.
Monica runs her own writing business at Hedgehog Commuincations and published a book in 2013 titled The Good, The Bad and the PSLE (Epigram Books).
About the Illustrator
James Tan is an illustrator from Singapore. He likes to create comics and draw stuff, especially animals. He also enjoys doing traditional illustrations using ink and watercolor as there is something more tactile to these media, just like holding a book in your hand. He likes to draw things from his experiences as well as books he read. He enjoys travelling and drawing the new sights and sounds he sees around the world.
Size: 215 x 140mm
Published: March 2014