Captain Wag and the Polar Bears by Michael Terry
  

Synopsis

Captain Wag and the Polar Bears by Michael Terry

Captain Wag and his shipmates are surprised to see a bottle floating in the water. On plucking it from the sea, they find it has a message inside from their sworn enemy, Pirate Ginger Tom. He is being attacked by polar bears and in dire need of help! Even though they are the worst of enemies, Captain Wag and his shipmates, fighting through blizzards and icebergs, go to his aid, with some unexpected results A boisterous piratical tale and the third book in the Captain Wag series.

About the Author

Michael Terry is renowned for his animal illustrations. The Selfish Crocodile, his first picture book, has become a classic, selling over 390,000 copies. Since then he has gone on to illustrate several bestselling animal picture books for Bloomsbury, including Little Hotchpotch, Rhino's Horns, The Sulky Vulture, The Gossipy Parrot and his new Captain Wag series. Michael lives in Hythe, Kent.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Michael Terry
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Author's Website

www.bloomsbury.com/Authors/...

Publisher


www.bloomsbury.com/Trade/

Publication date

7th September 2009

ISBN

9780747597827


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