The Treasure of Captain Claw by Jonathan Emmett
  

Synopsis

The Treasure of Captain Claw by Jonathan Emmett

When Oscar and Lily find a secret treasure map, they set sail in search of adventure. But the dastardly Captain Claw wants that treasure too, and his pirate submarine is on their trail ...This fast-paced pirate adventure from a bestselling creative team is guaranteed to delight young children. The fantastic four-page fold-out pirate submarine cross-section will entertain and fascinate for hours.

Reviews

There are a lot of pirate-related picture books out there...but you can rest assured that this is one that is worth reading...A fun story to read aloud The Bookbag Hugely likeable sea faring hi-jinks from the author of Bringing Down the Moon and Pigs Might Fly Kids Confidential Magic! Cork Evening Echo Magic! Evening Echo A fun story to read aloud. Bookbag Hugely likable seafaring hi-jinks. Kids Book Club

About the Author

Jonathan Emmett

Jonathan was born in Leicestershire in 1965, the son of a rig fitter and a primary school teacher. It was while he was at college, studying architecture, that he first developed his skills as a writer and illustrator, creating detailed illustrations to accompany poems and lyrics that he had written. After leaving college, he worked as an architect for several years, before pursuing a full-time career in children’s books.

In addition to writing picture books such as Bringing Down the Moon, Someone Bigger and Pigs Might Fly, Jonathan also writes and paper-engineers pop-up books.
He lives in Nottingham with his wife Rachel, and his children, Max and Laura. His hobbies include walking, reading, furniture design and tinkering with his website www.scribblestreet.co.uk

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jonathan Emmett
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Author's Website

www.scribblestreet.co.uk/

Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

5th January 2012

ISBN

9781846167416


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