Polly and the Pirates
When their pirate crew cast them adrift on the ocean wave, it looks like certain death for Caleb and Annie, and their baby daughter Polly. Against all odds, they make it to land and find a new home, but Polly can't seem to settle into normal life.
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When their pirate crew cast them adrift on the ocean wave, it looks like certain death for Caleb, Annie, and their baby daughter Polly. Against all odds, they make it to land and find a new home, but Polly can't seem to settle into normal life. When Polly's class comes under attack from pirates ona school trip, she finally discovers what she is destined to be!
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Tony Bradman started to write books for children in 1985 and is best known for the popular Dilly the Dinosaur stories for children aged 5+. Tony has sold more than 2 million books worldwide. His other Reading Ladder titles include Polly and the Pirates, Flora the Fairy and The Mummy Family Find Fame. He lives in London. He also has a website where you can find out more about him - www.tonybradman.com. Illustrator James Daviesstarted out drawing tractors when he was 3 years old, and never really stopped. His upbringing among the animals is the biggest inspiration in his work, but most importantly he tries to make images that are just fun to look at. His main goal is to make people happy, and find enough time in the day to try everything he wants to - whilst still getting a good long sleep. When not drawing, painting, cutting or sewing, you can find James lost in the mountains with only an overweight dog for company. www.daviesjames.com Series consultant Nikki Gamble is the director of Just Imagine, a specialist resource and training centre for Primary English. She is Associate Consultant at the University of London, Institute of Education.