Description - Yo Ho Ho! A-Pirating We'll Go by Kaye Umansky
I want to be a pirate.It's a pirate's life for me!I'll wear a skull-and-crossbones hatAnd sail the salty sea!Sail away with five little pirates in search of treasure and adventure ...Dance a jig on a brig, decide how to wear your hat, discover that pirate food's disgusting, find that treasure chest and lots more - before coming safely home for tea! A rollicking and colourful collection to delight little pirates everywhere!
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(273mm x 259mm x 5mm)
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
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Book Review: Yo Ho Ho! A-Pirating We'll Go by Kaye Umansky - Reviewed by Sheepcoate (20 Oct 2013)
Nick Sharratt is a very talented children's author and it's easy to spot his works, Yo Ho Ho! A-Pirating We'll Go is no exception.
As you would expect from the title this book is all about pirates, not so much a story but a series of pirating events, such as parrots and storm and pirate foods to name a few.
The book is allot of fun to read with sill rhyming sentences could it the usual Sharratt flair. The illustrations are colorful and typical Nick Sharratt style. This is one story that you can re-read over.
Author Biography - Kaye Umansky
Kaye Umansky was born in Plymouth, Devon. She taught in London primary schools for twelve years, specializing in music and drama. She now lives in north London with her husband and teenage daughter. She is the author of the popular Pongwiffy books. The young Nick Sharratt spent most of his time drawing and later took an Arts Foundation course at Manchester Polytechnic and a BA in Graphic Design at St Martin's. He is now well known for his illustration of the books of Jacqueline Wilson and Jeremy Strong and for his own titles. He has won many awards, including the Children's Book Award in 2001 for Eat Your Peas. Nick lives in Brighton.