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Yaakov the Pirate Hunter

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Los Angeles, 2025. Yaakov and Yosef Peretz discover a treasure map hidden in their family's robot; soon, their family embarks on an adventure that takes them halfway around the world to save a valuable and revered religious artifact. In the Mojave Desert, the Peretz family unearths a mysterious treasure chest stolen from a Santa Barbara billionaire named Aharon Sapir. Yaak ...more
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Published 2010 by Amazon Digital Services
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Susan Day
In this delightful children’s tale, we met brothers, Yaakov and Yosef, playing outside on a warm summer’s morning. Just like ordinary kids they find their Frisbee has landed on the roof. They deliberate on how to get it down and decided to use one of the family’s six robots. Okay, well maybe they aren’t as ordinary as we are.

Set in 2025 we find ourselves entwined in the mystery of this book. After knocking the robot off the roof with a baseball, the boys decide to fix it themselves. What they d
Rahma Krambo
I just added this to my to-read shelf because I like how the author blended futuristic elements (house robots) with pirates and an ancient religious book all in an adventure story. It's a refreshing and intriguing storyline in a book world with way too many vampires.
If you are looking for great adventure story to read to your children before bed, then look no further. This book is absolutely wonderful and grabs the imagination of the children that you are reading it to. My children were actually excited to go to bed.
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Nathaniel Wyckoff was born and raised in the beautiful San Fernando Valley of southern California. From an early age, he was interested in reading, writing and listening to stories.

Nathaniel's storytelling career took flight with the births of his children. His children enjoy all kinds of stories, but most of Nathaniel's stories for them are of the fantasy and adventure variety. Nathaniel's first
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