Description - I Want to be a Pirate! by Tony Ross
The Little Princess has decided she wants to be a pirate, and nobody in the kingdom is safe. After all, pirates are naughty, and the Little Princess is determined to be a proper pirate. But that means she will have to eat real pirate food and do real pirate jobs as well, and the Little Princess isn't so keen on that...
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(240mm x 240mm x 3mm)
Andersen Press Ltd
Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
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Book Review: I Want to be a Pirate! by Tony Ross - Reviewed by Sheepcoate (29 Apr 2013)
Any little Princess book is a always a huge hit with young children. I Want to be a Pirate is a fun book which captures children's imagination. Little Princess decides to dress up and play being a pirate for the day. She borrows the Admirals hat and then starts being naughty and playing practical jokes on everyone in the castle.
Of course all the Princess jokes have a way of back firing and there is a moral to the story. All in all a fun read which will take children on an exciting adventure. The usual Little Princess book adjourn the pages.
Author Biography - Tony Ross
Tony Ross was born in London and trained at the Liverpool School of Art. He has worked as a cartoonist, graphic designer, and art director of an advertising agency. He is now considered to be one of the finest children's illustrators in the country. He won the German Children's Book Prize for I'm Coming to Get You. Dr Xargle's Book of Earth Tiggers was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal and Tadpole's Promise won the Silver medal in the Smarties Prize 2003. He was the British choice for the Andersen Medal 2004.