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The Littlest Pirate

by Sherryl Clark

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Great for age range 5-7
Little boys and girls who have just learned to read will absolutely adore The Littlest Pirate for it’s a story with a huge amount of fun and adventure broken down into short chapters and some terrific illustrations.

Watch out though, your child may want to become a pirate!!


The Littlest Pirate Synopsis

Meet the littlest pirate in the world! Nicolas Nosh's family won't let him go to sea and he's bored. "I'll show them," he says. And when the fierce pirate Captain Red Beard kidnaps his family, he sets sail to rescue them! An adventurous first reader for 6-8 year-olds. Includes humorous story for first readers - simple chapters, which help make reading fun! It also includes lively line drawings throughout by Tom Jellet.

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ISBN: 9781905117222
Publication date: 01/02/2006
Publisher: Catnip Publishing Ltd
Format: Paperback (b Format)

Book Information

ISBN: 9781905117222
Publication date: 1st February 2006
Author: Sherryl Clark
Publisher: Catnip Publishing Ltd
Format: Paperback (b Format)
Genres: eBook Favourites,

About Sherryl Clark

I was born in New Zealand in 1956 and moved to Australia in 1978. I wrote for fun for many years, especially while I was traveling overseas, and have probably written thousands of letters to family and friends (but never kept a diary – at least, not for any length of time). Today my time is divided between teaching and writing, but much as I enjoy teaching, I do hope to eventually write almost full-time (I can’t imagine giving up teaching altogether!). I also speak at conferences, teach one-off workshops, visit schools (when I have time) and participate in events such as ...

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