Scallywag On The Salish Sea by Sara CassidyScallywag On The Salish Sea by Sara Cassidy

Scallywag On The Salish Sea

bySara CassidyIllustratorMike Deas

Paperback | August 20, 2019

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A nameless boy finds treasure, courage, and clues to his past in this hilarious high-seas adventure.

The Greasy Lobster, a pirate ship run by the notorious Captain Gallows, is no place for a kid. But when a young orphan arrives on board, the boy has no choice but to take the captain's orders and get to work gutting fish in the galley. Without family, freedom, or even a name to call his own, the boy's fate appears to be sealed, until fortune arrives in the least likely (and most disgusting) of places. Can he really turn his luck around in this ship full of thieving pirates, and does one of those pirates hold the key to this mysterious past?

Sara Cassidy is the author of over a dozen books for young readers, including The Great Googlini (named by Kirkus Reviews as one of the Best Middle-Grade Books of 2018) and A Boy Named Queen (a Junior Library Guild selection and included on several “Best Books of 2016” lists). Her books have received numerous accolades, starred reviews...
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Title:Scallywag On The Salish SeaFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:80 pages, 8 × 5.5 × 0.25 inShipping dimensions:8 × 5.5 × 0.25 inPublished:August 20, 2019Publisher:Heritage House PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1772032786

ISBN - 13:9781772032789

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A nameless boy finds treasure, courage, and clues to his past in this hilarious high-seas adventure.The Greasy Lobster, a pirate ship run by the notorious Captain Gallows, is no place for a kid. But when a young orphan arrives on board, the boy has no choice but to take the captain's orders and get to work gutting fish in the galley. Without family, freedom, or even a name to call his own, the boy's fate appears to be sealed, until fortune arrives in the least likely (and most disgusting) of places. Can he really turn his luck around in this ship full of thieving pirates, and does one of those pirates hold the key to this mysterious past?