Pirate Things to Make and Do by Rebecca Gilpin


Pirate Things to Make and Do by Rebecca Gilpin

A swashbuckling new edition in the phenomenally successful Usborne Activities series, this fun-filled book is perfect for boys and girls who yearn for a life on the ocean wave! It is packed with piratey projects such as pirate finger-puppets, a booty-filled treasure chest and a pirate ship painting. It also features dressing-up ideas including a pirate hat, eye-patch, sword and telescope.


'Lots of fun activities for children including making pirate hats, finger puppets and a pirate door sign' - The Evening Gazette; 'Perfect treasure for little pirates' - Clifton Life'

About the Author

Rebecca Gilpin has been happily writing Usborne books for nearly 10 years, including 15 Make and Do books. She lives at the seaside with her husband in a bright white house and writes her books in a glass room on the roof. Her favourite part of her work is transforming heaps of bits and bobs into fairies, pirates, or whatever else needs to be brought to life that day...

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34 pages
Interest Age: 4 years +


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Publication date

1st August 2011



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