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Two swashbuckling yarns in one barmy book! The indoor pirates are fierce, lawless bandits, but they have one fatal weakness: they hate the sea! Confined to No. 25 Dolphin Street, they’re determined to keep on pirating and hunting for treasure, having lots of very silly adventures on the way. But when Captain Blackpatch takes the crew on a camping holiday, they’re horrified to find clues that point to hidden treasure – buried on an island in the middle of a lake! How will they reach it when they’re all terrified of water? Two stories full of piratical pandemonium from the master of laughter, Jeremy Strong.

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Puffin Books

Date published

March 1st, 2012

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Jeremy Strong


  1. Supatida
    on 25 February 2012


    I was rlaley surprised to read this. I used to love those scholastic books in elementary school it's sad to see they have given into the commercialism and are promoting it in an educational environment, no less

    3out of 5

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  1. salimisra
    on 3 March 2012

    2 very interesting books from jeremy strong which are not really realistic but i thought it was ok

    3out of 5