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Pirate X
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Step into a world where pirates rule and one false move could be your last!

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Overview

From popular author Sherryl Clark comes an exciting pirate adventure about a boy who finds himself far away from home.

Will, a modern boy, is transported back from current day London to 1717 through a portal and lands in the pirate haven of Nassau. He's forced to work on board Blackbeard's pirate ship, learns how to fight with a cutlass, fire a cannon, and forms a bond with the hapless Captain Bonnet.

However, Will is looking for a way to return to his world and to put together the pieces of the puzzle that took him back in time in the first place. But all the while, Blackbeard is suspicious of Will's strangeness and dismissive of his master, Captain Bonnet, who is still learning to be a pirate.

With his every move watched, Will is desperate to get home but will he make it alive?

Details
Sherryl Clark, author of One Perfect Pirouette, Tracy Binns is Trouble, Pirate X, and Tracey Binns is Lost

Sherryl Clark

Sherryl Clark has been writing poems and stories for children for over twenty years. Her verse novel, Farm Kid, won the NSW Premier’s Literary Award for Children’s Books in 2005 and Sixth Grade Style Queen (Not!) was an Honour book in the 2008 CBCA Awards. Sherryl worked in community writing for many years and since 1996 she has been teaching in the Diploma of Arts – Professional Writing and Editing at Victoria University TAFE. Tracey Binns Is Trouble is the first in a new series by Sherryl following the adventures of troublemaker Tracey Binns. It was inspired by Sherryl’s own daughter’s experience of being bored at school, and later being bullied for being too smart. The latest book in the series, Tracey Binns is Lost, tackles the topical issues of childhood obesity and healthy food in schools.