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Pirate School: A Very Fishy Battle By Jeremy Strong

Pirate School: A Very Fishy Battle
by Jeremy Strong

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Patagonia Clatterbottom is very cross. Other pirates have ambushed the Pirate School's food. So, she's going to teach the children - Smudge, Flo, Ziggy and Corkella - how to make a proper pirate attack and get their food back. But things go wrong, and all the teachers are captured! Luckily the children have a plan.
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Pirate School: A Very Fishy Battle Summary


Pirate School: A Very Fishy Battle by Jeremy Strong

Patagonia Clatterbottom is very cross. Other pirates have ambushed the Pirate School's food. So, she's going to teach the children - Smudge, Flo, Ziggy and Corkella - how to make a proper pirate attack and get their food back. But things go wrong, and all the teachers are captured! Luckily the children have a plan - and some friendly dolphins are helping as well. Jeremy Strong knows just what children like and just what makes them laugh. Be prepared for giggles! Jeremy Strong's Pirate School: The Bun Gun was featured in the brand-new series of Jackanory.

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Pirate School: A Very Fishy Battle Reviews


Strong's books are hugely popular with young children with their breezy daft exuberance * Sunday Times *
His books are preposterously entertaining * Observer *
His books are preposterously entertaining * Observer *

About Jeremy Strong


With sales of almost three million copies, Jeremy Strong is immensely popular with children, particularly boys, who adore his unique brand of silliness. He won the Children's Book Award in 1997 with The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog and his books about Sigurd the Viking have been made into a TV series. He lives in Somerset.

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GOR001143494
Pirate School: A Very Fishy Battle by Jeremy Strong
Jeremy Strong
Pirate School
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
2007-08-02
64
0141320966
9780141320960
N/A
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