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The Goonies: The Illustrated Storybook

Illustrated by Teo Skaffa

Travel back to Astoria with an all-new illustrated storybook retelling of the ’80s fan favorite, The Goonies.

“Hey you guys!” The Goonies are back! Mikey, Chunk, Mouth, Data, and their friends first stole everyone’s hearts in 1985’s hit film The Goonies. After finding an ancient treasure map from the pirate One-Eyed Willy, the gang sets out on an adventure to find the legendary rich stuff. But along the way, they run into the notorious Fratelli crime family and must follow the map to escape before the Fratellis catch them.

Now the award-winning film is an illustrated storybook, complete with booty—er, booby—traps, near-death experiences, pirate’s treasure, Sloth, and a heartwarming ending. Filled with tons of ’80s nostalgia and beautiful original illustrations, The Goonies: The Illustrated Storybook is certain to be more amazing than the time Michael Jackson came to Chunk’s house to use the bathroom.

ALL NEW! The first illustrated storybook version of The Goonies in more than 30 years!
NEXT GEN FANS: Parents, Grandparents and cool Aunts and Uncles can introduce young readers to the beloved film!
—FAVORITE CHARACTERS: Have an adventure with Mikey, Chunk, Mouth, Data, Brand, Stef, Andy, and of course Sloth.
—MEMORABLE MOMENTS: From fleeing the Fratellis to booby traps to walking the plank and saving the Goon Docks, relive the exciting scenes in a whole new way!
BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED: Favorite scenes are depicted in detailed and vibrant illustrations.

Brooke Vitale is a children’s book editor and author. She has written dozens of books, including The Magic is in You, Disney Who’s Who, Olaf’s Journey, and Happy Birthday, Mickey. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and two sons. Visit Brooke at brookevitale.com.

Teo Skaffa currently lives in Istanbul but is from a village in Netherlands which you’ve probably never heard of, and for good reason. He loves music, video games, cinema, and swimming. He hates drawing in accurate perspective and room temperature watermelon (cold is fine though, delicious even). Coming from a traditional background, he now focuses on digital illustration and storytelling. Most of his inspiration comes from that short moment when you wake up and don’t quite understand what is happening yet, where he sees brief flashes of images and ideas which he turns into colorful illustrations.

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