The Short and Bloody History of Pirates by John Farman
  

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The Short and Bloody History of Pirates by John Farman

Ah ha me hearties. So you're thinking of running away to experience life on a gorgeous pirate galleon. Well, before you book your one-way ticket be warned - a pirates life isn't all fish and chips and treasure troves. From parrot poo to woodworm in the wooden leg, a life on the ocean wave wasn't all plain sailing, you know. For starters there were the disease-ridden ships and the disgusting food. Not to mention all the other pirates out there just itching to try out their latest tortures. This book will tell you the terrible truth about life as a pirate. So before you go and nail your colours to the mast, perhaps you'd better have a look ...

About the Author

John Farman attended Harrow Art School followed by the Royal College of Art. After completing his Masters degree he worked in the advertising industry until his departure to become a full-time writer and illustrator. He is the author of several children's books, including The Very Bloody History of Britain (without the boring bits), The Very Bloody History of London, C.R.A.P. (A Collection of Rotten Adult Principles) and Jesus: The Teenage Years. He lives in London.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

John Farman
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Publication date

23rd October 2012

ISBN

9781849418324


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