The Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull audio pack is a British adaptation of the film of the same released in book and CD form, published through Scholastic Inc.'s Mary Glasgow Magazines imprint as part of the Scholastic Readers series for students learning English.
The book is largely a retelling of the film in fifteen chapters, written by Jane Revell, but it also contains Fiona Beddall's Fact Files with information on the Indiana Jones movies, and background into the history and archaeology of Crystal Skull's setting. The CD is the story as read by uncredited narrator which uses its own music cue as the theme tune and chapter breaks rather than The Raiders March.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
It’s 1957, and Indiana Jones, the famous explorer, is back! Dr Irina Spalko, a power-hungry Russian scientist, wants to find the crystal skull – and nothing will stop her. When Indy meets Mutt, their adventures take them first to Nazca in Peru, and then to the 'lost city' of Akator in the heart of the Amazon. But can they survive the terrible dangers that lie in the kingdom of the crystal skull?