The Pirate Play by Phil Kettle
  

The Pirate Play

Written by Phil Kettle
Illustrated by Melissa Webb
Part of the Get Real! Series

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Synopsis

The Pirate Play by Phil Kettle

Its time for the annual Average Primary School Stage Show. Students who are in the play will get an extra two days off school, so Mrs Payne comes up with a cunning plan to make sure all her class are in the cast. theyre about to become The Pirates of AverageContents:Boring ScienceLaterMrs Paynes PlanAre You Ready?Show TimeAct OneAct TwoAct ThreeAct FourA Little Bit MoreLets WriteJesse and Harry PresentWord-upA Laugh a Minute

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
72 pages

Author

Phil Kettle
More books by Phil Kettle

Publisher

Macmillan Education Australia

Publication date

27th November 2009

ISBN

9781420278262


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