Captain Flinn and his friends are sailing off on an action-packed pirate adventure and they want you to come on board! So join the crew for hours of seafaring fun, full of piratical puzzles, games, colouring, dot-to-dots and creative things to make, including a Flinn-tastic pirate hat and telescope! Then create your very own pirate ship scene with a super set of swashbuckling stickers. All aboard, me hearties!
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Giles Andreae is an award-winning children's author who has written both fiction titles and bestselling picture books. His picture book The Lion Who Wanted to Dance won the Federation of Children's Book Award in the Best Picture Book category. However, he is probably most famous as the creator of the phenomenally successful Purple Ronnie, Britain's favourite stickman. Giles lives in Notting Hill with his wife and four children. Russell Ayto has illustrated books by many leading picture-book authors including Ian Whybrow and Cressida Cowell. His book The Witch's Children was shortlisted for the Greenaway in 2004 and The Witch's Children and the Queen won the Gold Award for the Nestle Children's Book Prize.From School Library Journal:
Kindergarten-Grade 3–This imaginary adventure combines a boy's two passions–pirates and prehistoric animals. Flinn's markers run out while he is drawing a dinosaur at school and he goes to the supply closet to get more. There he discovers a sobbing pirate who explains that his ship has been stolen. Along with three friends, Flinn vows to help Captain Stubble retake the Acorn. The closet wall falls away, revealing a bright blue day and a scrappy-looking vessel. The children don pirate garb and Captain Stubble, who prefers to be the cook, puts Flinn in charge. They discover that the Acorn has been taken over by fierce, pirate dinosaurs, and a great battle ensues. All of the creatures jump overboard--except for the Tyrannosaurus rex. Flinn crosses swords with the frightening beast until it finally surrenders. Then it is time to return to school and the children step back through the closet and into the classroom where everyone is wondering where they have been. Ayto's watercolor-and-ink illustrations are angular, bold, and lively. The pirate dinosaurs–complete with eye patches and pointy weapons–are a curious combination of ferocious and precious. They look very much like Flinn's drawing. The fast-paced action and vibrant artwork make this tale a fun and exciting read-aloud.–Linda Staskus, Parma Regional Library, OH
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Descripción Puffin, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Russell Ayto Ilustrador. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0141501901