Harrison, David L. 1937-
Children's Fiction PS3558.A6657 P57 2008
Summary: Pirates have had good publicity for a long time. They're glamorous, swashbuckling, daring adventurers on the trail of riches. Not so much. A bunch of misfits, thugs, and ne'er-do-wells who spend most of their time bored, waiting for a few moments of excitement and rich booty that could very well get them wounded or killed, or captured and executed. Still, a pirate's life was chosen by many and this collection describes and depicts the high points, the low points, and everything in between for those who swore the oath of the Brotherhood!
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