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It's Skinner time! World explorer Augustus Skinner left his 4 grandkids a big surprise… the Skinner kids are now Guardians of the Lost Secrets… a collection of artefacts across the world that possess freaky powers, and crazy creatures that nobody ever believed really existed.As international adventurers, artefact hunters and secret guardians – these teens must live their lives protecting The Lost Secrets against those who would corrupt their powers and endanger the planet.This is the flipped-out, fun and freakish world of the Skinners. And it all results in loads of freestyle missions, teenage antics and offbeat fun.Being teens, these kids have a secret weapon – their youth! Nobody would ever guess that four kids would be capable of outsmarting the powerful Shadowy League and protecting the world.With 52 missions behind them these guardians are up for anything!Based on the original concept created by Steve Lyons.
After stealing the Chimes of Change, Obsidian Stone uses the artefact to switch bodies with Henry. Now he can raid the mansion for artefacts! Stone creates a fake mission to get rid of the Skinners but Tara secretly stays behind to keep an eye on her cousin.
When a boy named Albert is transformed into a raven, in a German forest, the Skinners soon discover the Ravenstone – an artefact that gives the holder almighty power over ravens – has been disturbed by a witch.
When Henry's attempt to help Wellington create a fun and exciting magic show fails, he quickly races off to the library to read through Grandpa Skinner's journal in search of something truly magical
Once every 2000 years when the planets align, the Frog of Fertility emerges from swampy waters in China. On a mission to safeguard the powerful artefact, Edward makes a point of being the first one to grab the artefact; little does he know that Hic, in his invisibility suit has the same idea.
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