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A Turtle’s Tale 2: Sammy’s Escape from Paradise is a 2012 English-language Belgian-French animated film sequel to the 2010 animated film A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures (titled Sammy’s Great Escape in the UK, Sammy 2 anywhere else; Dutch: Sammy’s avonturen 2, literally “Sammy’s adventures 2”). Kaitlyn Maher, Khary Payton, and Carlos Alazraqui lend their voices to the sequel.
When seagulls attack Sammy and Ray’s new grandchildren, both Sammy and Ray, as well as two of their grandchildren, Ella and Ricky, are caught on a trawler. Sammy and Ray are taken to an aquarium with Lulu, a lobster with dissociative identity disorder, and Jimbo, a bug-eyed blobfish, while Ella and Ricky are separated and sent to the seabed. Big D, the leading seahorse, devises and tests escape tactics. Ella and Ricky set out to rescue their grandfathers with Annabel and Margaret, the pink octopus mother and daughter, but they are pursued by a pair of barracudas once they arrive. Ella and Ricky deduce from Sammy that some squids expel ink into the ventilation system in order to flee the tank, while all of the aquarium’s inhabitants appear to be dead. Sammy and Ray must first get the tyrannical Big D out of the way before launching the escape plan. The hesitant aquarium manager opens the emergency doors, releasing all of the sea creatures.
Turtle in paradise movie
Life isn’t really as it appears in the movies. Turtle isn’t Shirley Temple, but she’s just 11 years old. She’s smart and tough, and she’s seen enough of the world to know that a Hollywood ending isn’t in the cards. After all, it’s 1935, and work, money, and even dreams are in short supply. So when Turtle’s mother gets a job as a housekeeper for a lady who despises children, Turtle says her goodbyes without crying and moves on.
Life isn’t really as it looks in the movies. Turtle isn’t Shirley Temple, but she’s just 11 years old. She’s smart and tough, and she’s seen enough of the world to know that a Hollywood ending isn’t in the cards. After all, it’s 1935, and work, money, and even dreams are in short supply. So when Turtle’s mother gets a job as a housekeeper for a woman who despises children, Turtle says her goodbyes without crying and moves to Key West, Florida, to live with relatives she’s never met. However, Florida is unlike anything Turtle has ever seen. It’s sweltering and weird, with ragtag boy cousins, family mysteries, con games, and even hidden pirate treasure! Turtle finds herself breaking free from the shell she’s spent her life constructing, and her world opens up in the most unexpected ways as a result. Turtle in Paradise is an instant classic for both boys and girls, full of adventure, laughter, and heart.
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Jennifer L. Holm is best known among today’s children as the creator of the wildly successful Babymouse series of brightly colored graphic novels about a mouse’s adventures in elementary school. However, in Turtle in Paradise, Holm returns to her roots as a skilled historical fiction author. Our Only May Amelia and Penny from Heaven, two of her previous books in this genre, were both Newbery Honor books.
Turtle in Paradise is set in the summer of 1935 and features a spunky and strong heroine called Turtle, who reminded me of Tatum O’Neal’s character in the film Paper Moon. I particularly enjoyed the novel’s first line, which sets the tone for Turtle’s character and voice: “Children are thought to be as sweet as Necco Wafers, but I’ve lived long enough to know the truth: they’re rotten. The only difference between adults and children is that adults are prosecuted for murder. It’s okay for kids to do it.”
Turtle’s mother, a live-in housekeeper and single mother, has a new job with a woman who isn’t fond of children, so Turtle is sent to live with an aunt and cousins she has never met in Key West, Florida. The plot of this charming novel appears to be almost incidental; the story, in my opinion, is mostly about Turtle and the colorful characters who surround her in Key West. Even Hemingway makes a few cameo appearances (in the first, referred to only as a “Papa” writer, but any adult readers will know the reference!) The neighborhood kids, most of whom are related to Turtle and her family in some way, are all known by nick-names that will remind readers of The Little Rascals—in this novel, you’ll meet Beans, Pork Chop, and Kermit, who make up the Diaper Gang, a group of kids (all boys) who pick up fussy babies from their harried mothers and cart them around in a little waggon. The boys work for candy because no one has any spare income! A crotchety old grandma who Turtle had no idea existed is among the other notable characters. During the hot summer months, there’s also the promise of buried treasure for the kids to hunt for.
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Sammy and Ray, two leatherback turtles who have been friends for a long time, are enjoying the water and sand of an atoll while shepherding new hatchlings Ricky and Ella out to sea. Suddenly, a poacher swoops in and transports them to Dubai, where they will be part of a dazzling aquarium display for visitors. Big D the seahorse, the place’s kingpin, enlists them in his grand escape plans. Sammy and Ray hatch breakout plans of their own for their new mates Jimbo the bug-eyed blob fish and Lulu the snippy lobster, Annabel the friendly Octopus, and a whole family of penguins. That’s when Ricky and Ella show up, determined to save them by breaking in. Our heroes travel south to meet Shelly, Sammy’s first and only love, after a series of exciting adventures and narrow escapes.