Pigsticks and Harold and the Pirate Treasure by Alex Milway


Pigsticks and Harold and the Pirate Treasure by Alex Milway

Pigsticks and Harold embark on a pirate adventure in the third book of the hilarious Pigsticks and Harold series, illustrated in full colour throughout. Disaster strikes when Pigsticks' old enemy Sir Percival Snout turns up in Tuptown and claims the whole town belongs to him. Pigsticks and Harold need to raise a fortune to buy it back - and fast. Luckily, Pigsticks' great-great-grandpig was a pirate, and his buried treasure has never been found. Can Pigsticks and Harold become pirates and track down the treasure before Sir Percival knocks down the whole town?


Pure, joyous silliness abounds -- James Lovegrove Financial Times An entertaining, funny and fast-moving story, highly illustrated in colour, with lots of maps and labels to follow. IBW Children's Book Guide, The Bookseller A hilarious graphic adventure. The Metro

About the Author

Alex Milway has always enjoyed making up stories and, after leaving art college, he discovered that he liked to write and illustrate them as well. His interest in furry creatures first reared its head in the The Mousehunter trilogy, where weird and wonderful mice ran riot all over the world. In The Mythical 9th Division, the fur quota got even bigger, as he had to master the art of drawing a troop of yetis whose main purpose was to save the world. His new series, Pigsticks and Harold, features a furry hamster and a decidedly un-furry pig. Alex is now a full-time author-illustrator and works from his home in London, SE20.

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64 pages
Interest Age: From 6


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Publication date

5th May 2016



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