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Ahoy, Ghost Ship Ahead! #2 (Pirate School #2)

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While on watch in the crow’s nest, the pirate kids spot something gaining on their ship: a ghost ship! Rotten Tooth refuses to believe them, so the kids know that they have to solve this mystery themselves. They spend a night on deck waiting for the ghost ship to approach, and then they plan to board it. But is it even possible to step onto a ghost ship? And if it is, is i ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published April 19th 2007 by Grosset & Dunlap
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n the second installment of their series, Pete, Inna, Vicky, Aaron and Gary are finally getting their hands dirty with some real pirating work. Being lookout in the midst of a storm isn't a whole lot of fun, but they consider it the most important job on the ship. Rotten Teeth might not...but the Captain repays him for his doubts by sticking him up in the crow's nest til morning, which makes it all worth it.

Early the next morning, Pete wakes up and spies a surprising sight through his spyglass--
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During a storm at sea, Rotten Tooth orders the pirate kids up to the crow's nest. At the end of their duty shift, they are soaked to their skivvies but proud at having accomplished their first real pirate job. The next morning, Pete wakes up just before sunrise. Using the spy glass, he looks out his porthole and sees a fully-rigged ghost ship. He rouses his mates in time for Gary and Vicky to see it too. Then, the ship disappears with the sun. The pirate kids tell Clegg about their sighting and ...more
Amanda Williamson
Brian James "Ahoy, Ghost Ship Ahead" was an interesting book. I found it fun and adventurous. I would recommend this book for children of a 2nd grade reading level. It would be a great book to use teaching Fantasy because children know that pirates are not real but it still captures a good sense of adventure and interest. The illustrations of the book really do a great job in helping the reader create an image of the story without overpowering the readers own imagination and creativity. The chil ...more
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Auntie J
My reluctant reader student likes these books. That's good enough for me. And they're cute.
Mar 07, 2009 Tracie rated it 3 of 5 stars
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I've written numerous children's books, including the Pirate School series and the Catkid series. I'm also the author of several novels: Pure Sunshine; Tomorrow, Maybe; Perfect World; Dirty Liar; Thief; Zombie Blondes; The Heights.

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