A Very Fishy Battle
Written by Jeremy Strong
Part of the Pirate School Series
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It is true that author Jeremy Strong knows just how to make children laugh. This book follows the hilarious exploits of the pirates at pirate school and the theft of their food! In a chaotic plan involving dolphins and other sympathetic sea-life, can the pirates get their grub back? Jeremy Strong won the Children's Book Award in 1997 with his book ‘The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog’ and you can see why with his unique brand of ridiculousness.
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A Very Fishy Battle by Jeremy Strong
Patagonia Clatterbottom is very cross. Other pirates have ambushed the Pirate School's food. So, she's going to teach the children - Smudge, Flo, Ziggy and Corkella - how to make a proper pirate attack and get their food back. But things go wrong, and all the teachers are captured! Luckily the children have a plan.
'His books are preposterously entertaining' Observer
'Strong's books are hugely popular with young children with their breezy daft exuberance' Sunday Times
About the Author
Interest Age: From 5
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2nd August 2007
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