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Sam Silver: Undercover Pirate: Skeleton Island: Book 1

Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Leo Hartas

5 Reviews

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Sam Silver: Undercover P, Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage)

Rip-roaring adventure on the high seas with pirates, plunder and pieces of eight!

How to become an Undercover Pirate...

1)Have a pirate captain as your ancient ancestor
2)Find a message in a bottle and a magic gold doubloon
3)Get whisked back in time to join a pirate crew
4)When you get home DON'T TELL ANYONE. Remember - you're undercover!

Sam Silver lives near the sea and enjoys beach-combing for pirate treasures. When he finds an ancient message in a bottle he thinks it will make a great new relic for his collection, but the bottle holds a very special secret...

Inside is a gold doubloon which whisks Sam back in time to 1706. Suddenly he's on board a pirate ship - the Sea Wolf - surrounded by her fearsome captain and crew and sailing the Caribbean Sea. If Sam can't think of a very good reason why they should keep him alive, he'll be forced to walk the plank!

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Praise for Sam Silver: Undercover Pirate: Skeleton Island: Book 1

  • We are always being asked for information - fact or fiction - about pirates, so I know that this series will be hugely popular. With its fast-paced narrative and plenty of swashbuckling action, young readers will be quickly drawn into the stories and will look forward to more. - PARENTS IN TOUCH

  • Skeleton Island, and it's equally enjoyable sequel The Ghost Ship, are perfect stories for pirate-fixated kids aged 6 and above. - THE BOOK ZONE FOR BOYS

  • a great read, full of swashbuckling adventure, unlikely friendships and time-travelling mayhem. Girls and boys will love the action, fast-paced plot and large-print text, letting them easily read along for themselves. Highly recommended. - BOOKAPOET

  • An enjoyable, pacy first book in a new series ... with plenty of exciting escapades. - PRIMARY TIMES

  • good clean fun. Perfect for little boys and maybe even some tomboy girls. And nice and short and easy to read. How refreshing is that in the run up to Christmas? - JE TOWEY

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