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Product description

A pirate hat. A sunny day. For Penguin Blue, a game to play… Hurray! Your favourite penguin and his cuddly friends are back – and this time they’re playing at pirates. ARRRRR! But as they sail the seven seas looking for treasure, Captain Blue and his crew are unexpectedly SUNK! Is this the end of the fun? Not likely, me hearties! There’s a shipwreck to explore, and a mysterious stranger on a desert island to meet. Plus – will they find treasure after all?

  • A swashbuckling tale of pirates, treasure and friendship
  • The fourth delightful book from star author Rob Biddulph
  • Rob has been nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal twice
  • He has won the Waterstones Prize and BSC Picture Book Prize

Product Details

Catalogue number

257 in Setanta Primary January 2021







Date published

March 1st, 2018

Other details

  • 32 pages



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