The Barefoot Book of Pirates by Richard Walker
  

Synopsis

The Barefoot Book of Pirates by Richard Walker

Sail the high seas in this spirited anthology of traditional pirate tales gathered from many cultures. These swashbuckling stories are packed with drama and adventure.

About the Author

Richard Walker was a professional storyteller who told his tales at a variety of venues from folk festivals, schools and theatres to private homes. He was also a freelance broadcaster and editor of Fact and Fiction, the storyteller’s magazine.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Richard Walker
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Publisher

Barefoot Books Ltd

Publication date

27th October 2008

ISBN

9781846862366

Publisher Profile

Barefoot Books Ltd is an imprint of Barefoot Books

logo Barefoot Books celebrate art and story that opens the hearts and minds of children from all walks of life, inspiring them to read deeper, search further, and explore their own creative gifts.

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www.barefoot-books.com


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