Description - Pugwash and the Sea Monster by John Ryan
Cut-throat Jake and his ugly crew are busy celebrating on Cactus Island, surrounded by their stolen treasure. So they are caught off guard when Captain Pugwash and his men arrive disguised as a sea monster. But more surprises are to follow for all the pirates - when the real sea monster turns up to investigate, and Pugwash's crew are stranded by high tide. Luckily quick-thinking Tom the Cabin-boy is on hand to save the day again!
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(250mm x 195mm x mm)
Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
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Book Review: Pugwash and the Sea Monster by John Ryan - Reviewed by Sheepcoate (25 Aug 2013)
Pugwash and the Sea Monster comes from a series of Pugwash adventures which are allot of fun for the young reader.
Pugwash and the Sea Monster is probably one of the better books in the series, when all the pirates are celebrating with their treasure on a small desert island they weren't expecting a sea monster to visit them, there is however a nice twist to the tale. Kind of like the boy who cried wolf.
The illustration are what you would expect from the series, they are colorful and quite detailed for a children's story book. Overall a fun read.
Author Biography - John Ryan
John Ryan was born in Edinburgh and spent his early childhood in the UK and Morocco before moving back to England, where he worked for seven years as Assistant Art Master of Harrow School. Captain Pugwash first set sail over 50 years ago as a strip cartoon. Since then he has featured in books, films and theatres all over the world. Before his death in 2009 aged 88, John lived in Rye, Sussex, the home of smugglers in years gone by, with his wife Priscilla, who is also an artist. He has three children and a regular crew of grandchildren.