Pirate Princess Portia by Judy Brown
  

Pirate Princess Portia

Written by Judy Brown

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For all those girls who’d rather be tackling the next big adventure than being a princess then Portia is a character they’ll love. She’s off on the high seas to get away from life as a princess and together with her parrot Squawk and her ladies in waiting as crew she finds her vocation in life – rescuing other princesses from life as a princess. Adventure at its best.

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Synopsis

Pirate Princess Portia by Judy Brown

Portia is a reluctant princess, horrified by her father's idea of marrying her off to a boring prince. So rather than endure years of dull matrimony, she sells the family jewels, buys a ship and escapes to sea -- with her ladies-in-waiting as crew.

When Portia hear news that her favourite cousin is also being set up for an unsuitable marriage, she and her crewswing into action and set off to the rescue. Soon Portia's services are in high demand from indignant princesses worldwide. Pleas for escape are delivered by the ship's parrot, Squawk, to a P.O. Box - Portia Only. But while Portia's busy rescuing princesses, her own jilted groom has sent someone in pursuit of HER! Count Nasty's ship is on the horizon, and he's not giving up easily...

About the Author

Judy Brown

Judy Brown worked as an illustrator before she started writing children’s books of her own. She has illustrated many books for several publishers and the Super Soccer Boy books are her second series of children’s novels.

Judy lives in Surrey with her partner, three children and two skinny brown cats.

She is always working on new characters and story ideas and poems, from early readers up to Key Stage 3.

You can find out all about Judy Brown at her website, while the Super Soccer Boy website (click here) is packed with puzzles and fab football facts !

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Book Info

Format

Paperback

Author

Judy Brown
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Author's Website

www.judybrown.co.uk.

Publisher

Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

2nd May 2006

ISBN

9781416901907

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