Landlubbers by Paul Wallis
  

Synopsis

Landlubbers by Paul Wallis

Children become Landlubbers, joining Captain Yo-ho and Captain Heave-ho to look for the treasure that a mysterious pirate castaway has left for them. A 5-day, fun-filled programme for 5-11s based on Philippians. Children will discover the treasure Paul thought was worth more than anything else. The book includes daily programmes, drama, craft, games, teaching and more, plus help and guidelines on running a holiday club.

About the Author

Paul Wallis is a taxman who has been involved in children's work for many years. He studied at LST (although it was LBC then) doing the children's course. He writes for LIGHT, Snapshots and wrote Desert Detectives .

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Paul Wallis
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Publication date

3rd December 2004

ISBN

9781844270385


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