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Captain Curl and the Pointy Pirates
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Fiona discovered a passion for writing at an early age, receiving top marks at age 7 in school for a story about a baby who played tennis. Her talents were acknowledged in high school, when she was published in the panorama literary journal of Eynesbury Senior college. She has studied Music and Psychology at University and worked on a crisis Support line for several years. She lives in South Australia with her Husband, and Daughter Kiara.

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Captain Curl and the Pointy Pirates

By Fiona Garwood - Illustrated by Kimberley Turner

RRP: $12.95
ISBN: 9781922594259
They say it is rude to point…

They say curly fries are better than straight chips…

The things that make things seem what they are is questioned and uncovered in the pirating conquest of this new classic tale from where we find round and square are quite different…or are they?

When Captain Curl, encounters the fierce and brash, Pointy Pirates whilst sailing the vast open waters of the oceans in search of fame and fortune…an unplanned and maddening mid-sea battle breaks out between the pirate crews….

Will Captain Curl and the Pointy Pirates be able to resolve their differences before one of them is sunk? 

Will a curly ship survive a pointed poke? 

Or will the battle be the learning both ships need to know more than they did before…?

Read along and share in the battle of the pirates as they discover that sharing and working together makes life better for everyone...!

“A fun book of fresh illustrations and limerick to entertain and excite the kids who do love pirates…and curly fries! Well done…” Dave, Indiebook reviewer.

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