Daring Pirate Women
Lerner Publications and the A&E Television Networks have teamed up to create Biography for young readers. With highly accessible text and engaging photographs, this engrossing collection offers in-depth profiles of some of the world's most interesting figures. Anne Bonny, Mary Read, and Grace O'Malley were some of the most notorious and ruthless pirates to have sailed the seas to kill and plunder. In this swashbuckling tale, look beyond the legends that surround these and other pirate women.
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