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When a family secret about Granny is revealed, we discover all about Pirate Granny's fearsome reputation and her swashbuckling ways - from making other roguish pirates walk the plank to singing sea shanties to her dog Jolly Roger
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Book Level: 3.2
Interest Level: LY
Quiz Number: 224002
Jaunty nautical fun.
Financial Times||Enormous fun, rollicking along with great energy.
Daily Mail||Aided by gloriously vivid pictures.
Primary Times||A jolly doggerel that children will love... vibrant and energetic.
Birmingham Post||Brilliantly illustrated, young pirate fans will love this rhyming tale of a swashbuckling grandmother.
Sunday Express||Infectiously readable... delightful.
Observer||An entertaining read for both boys and girls.
Guardian||Lively, jolly and colourful.
School Librarian||Told in verse and superbly illustrated by Arthur Robins, it makes old age seem a lot of fun.
Independent on Sunday||Full of her characteristically wicked humour. Delightfully funny characterisations. A rollicking tale full of lusty energy. * * * *
Books for Keeps||Arthur Robins's illustrations mix humour with an occasional touch of mild menace.
Independent on Sunday||Crime writer Val McDermid has turned her hand most effectively to her first picture book.
School Librarian||The author's first children's book - but I hope not her last. Barrels of fun for young and old.