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  • Published: 26 August 2015
  • ISBN: 9780723296287
  • Imprint: Ladybird
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 32
  • RRP: $21.00

Skullabones Island: All Hands on Deck!


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The perfect dose of winter fun for pirate fans everywhere!

But Captain, it's too cold outside!
We'll freeze in all this snow!
A pirate likes the weather warm.
We're staying down below!

Shiver me timbers! Captain Cutlass's crew don't want to come out because they say it's too cold! How can he persuade them to come out and have some freezing fun? And what skulduggery awaits them on the horizon?

With delightful rhyming text, humorous illustrations and things to spot and count, All Hands on Deck! will warm up your little hearties and have them joining in with the winter pirate fun!

  • Pub date: 26 August 2015
  • ISBN: 9780723296287
  • Imprint: Ladybird
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 32
  • RRP: $21.00

About the Authors

Richard Dungworth

Richard has written over forty books for children. He began his writing career as an in-house author, working on non-fiction, first at Usborne Publishing, and later at Ladybird Books. Since going freelance nearly ten years ago, he has created original stories to support a wide range of exciting licensed properties. These include: Doctor Who; Wallace and Gromit; Transformers; MI High; Captain Scarlet and The Incredibles. Richard lives in Leicestershire with his wife and two young children.
Richard's rather unfortunate surname comes from a village in South Yorkshire, where his ancestors lived. It means 'a dwelling with dried cow pats for roofing'. Lovely.

Richard has written over forty books for children and began his writing career as an in-house author, working on non-fiction, first at Usborne Publishing, and later at Ladybird Books. Since going freelance, he has created original stories to support a wide range of exciting licensed properties such as Doctor Who; Wallace and Gromit; Transformers; MI High; Captain Scarlet and The Incredibles.

Richard lives in Leicestershire with his wife and two young children. Richard's rather unfortunate surname comes from a village in South Yorkshire, where his ancestors lived. It means 'a dwelling with dried cow pats for roofing'. Lovely.


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