The Littlest Pirate In A Pickle by Sherryl Clark
  

The Littlest Pirate In A Pickle

Written by Sherryl Clark

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With lively, entertaining stories, simple chapters and line drawings throughout, Happy Cat First Readers make reading a huge amount of fun. Nicholas Nosh, the pirate may be small in size but he’s big on bravery; just like every boy wants to be. Also just out is The Little Penguin.

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The Littlest Pirate In A Pickle by Sherryl Clark

Nicholas Nosh, the Littlest Pirate is preparing for the Pirate Games when his aunt, uncle and cousin Primrose arrive. Primrose teases Nicholas all the time and he’s determined to show her that he may be small but he really is a real pirate.

About the Author

Sherryl Clark
I was born in New Zealand in 1956 and moved to Australia in 1978.

Today my time is divided between teaching and writing, but much as I enjoy teaching, I do hope to eventually write almost full-time (I can’t imagine giving up teaching altogether!). I also speak at conferences, teach one-off workshops, visit schools (when I have time) and participate in events such as the MS Readathon and children’s book events.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Sherryl Clark
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Author's Website

www.sherrylclark.com

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Publisher

Happy Cat Books

Publication date

1st August 2007

ISBN

9781905117567

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