Piratepedia

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Alisha Niehaus
Dorling Kindersley, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 125 pages
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Designed as a hip time-travel journal into the pirate past, this compendium of the sea scoundrel's world includes all the detail of classic DK reference as well as excerpts from favorite piratical fiction - making 'Piratepedia' a swashbuckling volume kids won't want to walk the plank without! Features high-sea rogues, their vessels, hideouts, cunning adventures, and gnarly ends; Explores pirates from around the world and from ancient history through modern day; Combines nonfiction facts and classic fiction in an innovative format.

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In the book, the author talks how pirates would talk if they were still alive. Gives a lot of facts on pirates, which is good. An awesome book for children who are doing a project on pirates.

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Contents

Your Guide to Time Travel
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Rome
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Oflrsairs
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Copyright

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