The Secret Explorers11 titles in series
The Secret Explorers and the Lost Whales Publisher's Summary
Meet The Secret Explorers! Children will be inspired to discover the world with these brand new character-driven adventure stories for children.
Dive into the world of The Secret Explorers and learn about ocean life in this action-packed first instalment in a brand-new fiction series.
This group of brilliant kids come together from all four corners of the globe to fix problems, solve mysteries and gather knowledge all over the planet - and beyond. Whenever their help is needed, a special sign will appear on a door. They step through to the Exploration Station, and receive their mission....
In The Lost Whales, marine life expert Connor needs to use his underwater expertise to help save a pod of humpback whales that have lost their way. Along with space expert Roshni, he sets out in a submarine to search for a way to steer the whales back on track, but encounters unexpected problems along the way, including lost baby whales and a fleet of boats. Will The Secret Explorers manage to succeed in their mission?
Packed with fun facts about humpback whales, marine life and how climate change is affecting the oceans, this thrilling adventure is perfect for emerging listeners. The action-packed narrative keeps kids engaged and makes learning about the natural world fun.
Alfred Enoch began acting as a child. His first role in film was ‘Dean Thomas’ in the Harry Potter series. More recently he has starred in Brazilian feature Medida Provisoria and Tigers.
Enoch’s work in Television includes ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder, which starred Viola Davis. He has also appeared in Sherlock and Troy: Fall of a City. Last year he starred in the second season of Trust Me on the BBC, and will next be seen in upcoming Apple TV series Foundation.
Alfred also has an impressive body of theatre work including Kwame Kwei-Armah’s Tree at The Young Vic and MIF; Red, at the Wyndhams Theatre alongside Alfred Molina; King Lear at the Manchester Royal Exchange (as Edgar); Coriolanus at the Donmar Warehouse; Timon of Athens and Antigone at the National Theatre; and The Ballad of Salomon Pavey at Shakespeare’s Globe. Before the lockdown he was in rehearsals to play Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, also at Shakespeare’s Globe.