Little Gems - Nappy the Pirate Baby

Paperback

A motley crew of pirates take to parenthood in this whimsical Little Gem from Alan MacDonald, author of the bestselling Dirty Bertie series.

Captain Sprat and his pirate crew love nothing more than lazing around on the deck of the Salty Herring. Until one day, a strange wailing noise shatters the peace.Shiver me timbers! There’s a stowaway baby on board, and the crew decide they’re going to raise him like a proper pirate! But are they really up to the task of looking after a baby? And where exactly did Nappy come from?

A motley crew of pirates take to parenthood in this whimsical Little Gem from the bestselling author of the Dirty Bertie series.

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-941-8

Interest age

5+

Publication Date

04-02-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

120x168mm

Author

Alan MacDonald, Illustrated by Elissa Elwick

Alan MacDonald is the award-winning and bestselling author of over 80 books for young readers including the Lollies shortlisted Prince of Pants and the immensely popular Dirty Bertie series which has been translated into over 27 languages. Before becoming an author Alan worked with a travelling theatre company and trained as a drama teacher at Nottingham University. Alan lives in Nottingham.||Elissa Elwick is both a writer and children’s book illustrator. Elissa has written and illustrated the Little Adventurers series in collaboration with award-winning author/illustrator Philip Ardagh. Elissa has also written and illustrated her own children’s book, The Princess and the Sleep Stealer. Based in Cardiff, Elissa continues to write and/or illustrate for prominent publishers including Walker Books, Little Tiger Press, Usbourne, and of course, Barrington Stoke.

Product Description

A motley crew of pirates take to parenthood in this whimsical Little Gem from Alan MacDonald, author of the bestselling Dirty Bertie series.

Captain Sprat and his pirate crew love nothing more than lazing around on the deck of the Salty Herring. Until one day, a strange wailing noise shatters the peace.Shiver me timbers! There’s a stowaway baby on board, and the crew decide they’re going to raise him like a proper pirate! But are they really up to the task of looking after a baby? And where exactly did Nappy come from?

A motley crew of pirates take to parenthood in this whimsical Little Gem from the bestselling author of the Dirty Bertie series.

ISBN

978-1-78112-941-8

Interest age

5+

Publication Date

04-02-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

120x168mm

Product Description

A motley crew of pirates take to parenthood in this whimsical Little Gem from Alan MacDonald, author of the bestselling Dirty Bertie series.

Captain Sprat and his pirate crew love nothing more than lazing around on the deck of the Salty Herring. Until one day, a strange wailing noise shatters the peace.Shiver me timbers! There’s a stowaway baby on board, and the crew decide they’re going to raise him like a proper pirate! But are they really up to the task of looking after a baby? And where exactly did Nappy come from?

A motley crew of pirates take to parenthood in this whimsical Little Gem from the bestselling author of the Dirty Bertie series.

Author

Alan MacDonald, Illustrated by Elissa Elwick

Alan MacDonald is the award-winning and bestselling author of over 80 books for young readers including the Lollies shortlisted Prince of Pants and the immensely popular Dirty Bertie series which has been translated into over 27 languages. Before becoming an author Alan worked with a travelling theatre company and trained as a drama teacher at Nottingham University. Alan lives in Nottingham.||Elissa Elwick is both a writer and children’s book illustrator. Elissa has written and illustrated the Little Adventurers series in collaboration with award-winning author/illustrator Philip Ardagh. Elissa has also written and illustrated her own children’s book, The Princess and the Sleep Stealer. Based in Cardiff, Elissa continues to write and/or illustrate for prominent publishers including Walker Books, Little Tiger Press, Usbourne, and of course, Barrington Stoke.