Captain Scurvy's Most Dastardly Pop-Up Pirate Ship by Nick Denchfield
  

Captain Scurvy's Most Dastardly Pop-Up Pirate Ship

Written by Nick Denchfield
Illustrated by Steve Cox

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Synopsis

Captain Scurvy's Most Dastardly Pop-Up Pirate Ship by Nick Denchfield

Nick Denchfield's intricate paper engineering combines with Steve Cox's exquisitely detailed illustrations to create a fantastic pirate adventure -- where a book quite literally becomes a ship! It includes: * a pop-up pirate ship -- no cutting or gluing required! * Treasure Ahoy! An adventure story * over 25 hidden objects to find * over 30 press-out play pieces (including self-assembly raft) * a find-the-treasure board game Young pirates will love to read the story of the dastardly Captain Scurvy and then use the press-out pieces to hunt for treasure and stage all manner of piratical deeds aboard the high seas.

About the Author

Steve Cox has been illustrating for many years and brings wonderful comic touches and superb draughtsmanship to his many books. He has recently collaborated with Nick Denchfield on POP-UP SPOOKY CASTLE (0 333 96133 1).

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Book Info

Format

Novelty book
14 pages
Interest Age: 5+

Author

Nick Denchfield
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Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

7th October 2005

ISBN

9781405021692


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