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Pirate By Lyla Pinter
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Dive into a magical world of pirates, treasures, ships and gold. Fun for all ages!
Pirate Ship Adventure By Marissa Houle, Joseph Reilly, Jennifer Valentine
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Bruno, a young child from a suburb of New York is sent to his backyard after lunch time and he finds that his play set magically turns into a pirate ship. His neighborhood friend Luigi comes to play... More > and they end up having a duel, good vs. evil, baguette vs. spaghetti, the tall French boy with attitude or the chubby Italian with pizzazz.< Less
Pirate Joe's New Ship By Joan Watson
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Pirate Joe goes to a new ship and is worried he is not going to like it or make new friends.After a little while his new crew show him that they want to be friends. Pirate Joe soon makes friends and... More > enjoys being on his new ship.< Less
The Kira Lee and the Pirate Ship By Martin Sorensen
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A little girl ship fights pirates using teddy bears, and wins and then goes to London to get more bears.
The Pirate Ship Mystery By Neil Smith
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The Pirate Ship Mystery is a story of how one afternoon Tash had a great idea. A few tall tales of spooks and ghosts lurking around Oban had been told down the harbour. So he decided to organise his... More > very own ‘Ghost Tour Guide Service‘.< Less
The Pirate Ship Mystery By Neil Smith
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The Pirate Ship Mystery is a story of how one afternoon Tash had a great idea. A few tall tales of spooks and ghosts lurking around Oban had been told down the harbour. So he decided to organise his... More > very own ‘Ghost Tour Guide Service‘.< Less
Pirates By David Hallamshire
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The famous Morgan statue has been found again! But will the two inept robbers get to keep their loot, or will the most eccentric pirate ship in the Caribbean relieve them of their prize? A very... More > funny tale of daring-do set against a background of greed, grog and bad teeth. Treasure Island meets the Carry On team with David Hallamshire's usual tongue in cheek humour.< Less
The Pirate By Frederick Marryat
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The Pirate by Frederick Marryat, first published in 1836. Among the few subjects which are still left at the disposal of the duly-gifted writer of romance is the Pirate. Not but that many have... More > written of pirates. Defoe, after preparing the ground by a pamphlet story on the historic Captain Avery, wrote The Life, Adventures, and Piracies of Captain Singleton. Sir Walter Scott made use in somewhat the same fashion of the equally historic Gow—that is to say, his pirate bears about the same relation to the marauder who was suppressed by James Laing, that Captain Singleton does to Captain Avery. Michael Scott had much to say of pirates, and he had heard much of them during his life in the West Indies, for they were then making their last fight against law and order. The pirate could not escape the eye of Mr. R. L. Stevenson, and accordingly we have an episode of pirates in the episode of the Master of Ballantrae. Frederick Marryat (1792–1848) was Royal Navy officer, and acquaintance of Charles Dickens.< Less
Pirates By David Hallamshire
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The famous Morgan statue has been found again! But will the two inept robbers get to keep their loot, or will the most eccentric pirate ship in the Caribbean relieve them of their prize? A very... More > funny tale of daring-do set against a background of greed, grog and bad teeth.< Less
Pirates! By J.B. Hickock
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Louise DeLouise is unhappy - the poor relation of a rich family on the Carribbean island of Fairmount in the midst of the Napoleonic Wars. As she walks on the beach one day, she is kidnapped by... More > pirates, taken away into a new world of pleasure and devotion like she has never known before. But she is sold to an Arab corsair and taken away, only to be 'rescued' by the barbarous English; held by their captain, who will not give her what she wants, what she needs, she pines for the return of her pirate masters. But Louise learns to be careful what she wishes for.< Less