Pirates Eat Porridge

Christopher Morgan , illustrated by Neil Curtis
AUD $12.99
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Short, illustrated and outrageously funny! When a pirate arrives at Billy and Heidi's door, it's the start of a crazy and unpredictable adventure as they sail their 'fish-finger' house to Itchy Ear Island, and learn all sorts of quirky facts about pirates, parrots and cabbages along the way.

'Who is the captain of this here fish finger house?'

Billy was in his tree house when the treasure map blew in and then his sister, Heidi, called, 'There's a pirate at our door! And a pig.' Well, the pirate stomped down the hallway and wanted to know what sort of a ship this was, and where the sails were, and which way to the galley. And then he sat in Dad's chair, pulled a spoon from his pocket and said,

'Where's my porridge?'

So, hoist the sails! Man the poop deck! Come on a crazy pirate adventure and find out what pirates really do when they find treasure.

Author bio:

Christopher Morgan became a writer because he broke his leg, and needed a job he could do at his desk. In the past, he has been a musician, a furniture maker and a public servant. Chris filled his desk with pictures of pirates and sailing ships, an old telescope and a treasure map, and started writing. Pirates Eat Porridge was his first children's book.

About the Illustrator:

Neil Curtis drew from the time he could hold a crayon. He was an acclaimed artist, exhibiting both in Australia and internationally. Pirates Eat Porridge was his first collaboration with Christopher Morgan; his other books include the award-winning and much loved Cat and Fish and its sequel Cat and Fish Go to See (both written by Joan Grant) and his poignant illustrated memoir, The Memory Book. Neil received the Australian Writers' and Art Directors' Association's Silver Award for Illustration. He completed the artwork for Pirates Drive Buses just before his

Category: Children's fiction
ISBN: 9781741148763
Awards: Short-listed, Speech Pathology Australian Book of the Year Award, 2007
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: September 2006
Page Extent: 84
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 5 - 9
Subject: Children's fiction

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