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Class Three All At Sea

Julia Jarman, Lynne Chapman

5 Reviews

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Class One, Two & Three, For National Curriculum Early Years, For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, Interest age: from c 3 years, Fiction, Picture books

Watch the pesky pirates plotting to take over Class Three's school trip to the sea. But don't worry... rescue is at hand!

On the day Class Three went to sea, they saw donkeys dancing on the quay. They saw some sea lions skimming stones, but they didn't see the skull and crossbones! They're not a group to be daunted however, and with a little bit of help from an octopus they meet on the way, the pirates are overpowered and Class Three are left to enjoy their trip to the sea - and follow the pirates treasure map!

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Praise for Class Three All At Sea

  • On the day Class Three went to sea, "they saw some sea lions skipping stones, but they didn't see the skull and crossbones." Sure enough, pirates with names like Pirate Booger Nose board the ship and take the ship captive to try and find treasure. But when a friendly octopus helps out, pirates don't have a chance. This book will appeal to kids on many levels. It is about pirates, which are always popular. The illustrations fill the page and are bold and fun to see, and the pirates are almost more comical in appearance than scary. The words dance across the page, using font and style to show what they mean--very fast, not very fast. It rhymes throughout, giving it a rhythm that makes it perfect for reading out loud. Children's librarians should take note, as this would be an excellent storytime book and a solid addition to any library collection. - Bay Views

  • On CLASS TWO AT THE ZOO:

  • As a class of wide-eyed day-trippers make their way round the zoo, they fail to notice the slimy snake slithering ominously in the background. Suddenly he pounces, and devours one unsuspecting child after another. With animated illustrations, especially the snake's bulging belly as his 'dinner' wriggles inside him, there's a rising sense of suspense before the snake relinquishes his captives and slinks off to slighter another day... - Junior

  • A visit to the zoo turns suddenly perilous f

  • Overall this is a funny, quirky story w hich is likely to appeal to many small children. - The Bookbag

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