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Navigators: Pirates

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Navigate your way through a fantastic range of subjects with this visually spectacular new series. Every spread is brimming with lively text, amazing photographs and artworks, and weblinks and quotes. Panels throughout offer focused information on specific topics.

For action, romance, and adventure, no historical figure can hold a candle to a Pirate. Readers take to the sea
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published August 16th 2011 by Kingfisher
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Fives OnTheFly
Sep 20, 2012 Fives OnTheFly rated it liked it
We used this book to celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day. It had a wealth of information about real life pirates.
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Great text features. Good vocab.
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Peter Chrisp (born 20 May 1958) is a British children's author of books on history. With over sixty books published, his various works include Blitzkrieg!, Dorling Kindersly's Ancient Egypt Revealed and Ancient Rome Revealed, The Spanish Conquests of the New World, and many more.

He first began writing history after working on the Mass-Observation archive at the University of Sussex. He has also wo
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