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  • Author:
    Christopher Owen
  • ISBN:
    1841675628
  • ISBN13:
    978-1841675626
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  • Publisher:
    Ransom Publishing (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    82 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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Hairy Mole the Pirate by Chris Owen (Paperback, 2006). When Chris Owen lived in Italy by the sea, he dreamt of being a pirate

Hairy Mole the Pirate by Chris Owen (Paperback, 2006). When Chris Owen lived in Italy by the sea, he dreamt of being a pirate. He didn't dream of being Hairy Mole exactly, but that's how it turned out. Chris has also written a number of sitcoms and books for grown-ups.

Hairy Mole The Pirate book. With a black bushy beard, rotten teeth & an eyepatch, Hairy Mole was nearly as scary as his pirate crew: Belch (the tallest, with the biggest nose), Pickle, the twins Crevice & Pitt, & tiny Guff (she has the biggest ears). Hairy Mole thought he was the meanest, maddest, roughest, toughest pirate that ever lived. With a black bushy beard, rotten teeth and an eye patch (which he didn't really need), Hairy Mole was nearly as scary as his pirate crew. And then one day Hairy Mole decided that enough was enough.

Books ISBN 1841675628 Title Hairy Mole the Pirate Hairy Mole The Fast Free Shipping Author Christopher Owen Publisher Ransom Publishing Year Published 2006 Number of Pages 82 Book Binding Paperback.

Hairy Mole thought he was the meanest, maddest, roughest, toughest pirate that ever lived. With a black bushy beard, rotten teeth and an eyepatch (which he didn't really need), Hairy Mole was nearly as scary as his pirate crew.

Hairy Mole the Pirate (Hairy Mole). Author:Christopher Owen. World of Books Australia was founded in 2005. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. Sold alia (382953)99. 3% positive FeedbackContact seller. Hairy Mole the Pirate: v. 7 by Christopher Owen (Paperback, 2006).

Hairy Mole is no ordinary pirate. He is neither bold, brave, fearless nor handsome, but he loves an adventure. Together with his crew Belch, Pickle, the twins Crevice and Pitt, tiny Guff and Mr. Bogey the first mate, with huge nostrils, hairy ears and a cricket bat for a leg, he meets an Italian pirate ship manned by colorful non-smelly pirates with exotic birds on their heads. The books are fantastically illustrated with funny line drawings and text which squiggles and wiggles all over the page, making them ideal for children to start reading alone or to enjoy with an adult.

Hairy Mole the pirate has the cast of mind of those renaissance musicians who, when they came on the word 'high', set it on top C, and then assigned the word 'deep' to the bass singer who could manage bottom D. When Hairy Mole writes of 'a long hot summer' he prints it as 'a L O N G ho. . When Hairy Mole writes of 'a long hot summer' he prints it as 'a L O N G hot summer. The 'biggest pirate' is printed as 'the BIGGEST pirate', and at the slightest hint (. before turning round. ) the line of print swirls about like a demented snake.

The third book featuring Hairy Mole and his bold pirate crew: Belch Pickle, the twins, Crevice and Pitt, Guff and .

The third book featuring Hairy Mole and his bold pirate crew: Belch Pickle, the twins, Crevice and Pitt, Guff and Mr. Bogey, the first mate who has a cricket bat for a leg. This time Hairy Mole has a serious job to do. His younger cousin Furry Mole has got himself into a spot of bother, and Hairy and his crew must find a way to save Furry. There's no time for fun and games! No time to learn the rules of cock-roach football, or to lose at poker to T-towel the cat. This is serious

Hairy Mole thought he was the meanest, maddest, roughest, toughest pirate that ever lived. With a black bushy beard, rotten teeth and an eye patch (which he didn't really need), Hairy Mole was nearly as scary as his pirate crew.And then one day Hairy Mole decided that enough was enough. He would follow his dreams and sail his little ship out into the seven seas in search of adventures and jam....Come follow the adventures of Hairy Mole, who had wanted to be a pirate for as long as he could remember, and his gallant crew as they go out on their little pirate ship in search of treasure and jam. Even when Hairy Mole smells of lemons he still manages to lead his crew into great adventures, even if they do get to eat nothing but fish fingers.This is the first in a trilogy of 'Hairy Mole' books, featuring the loveable pirate and his crew. Intricate line drawings and inventive use of font and typesetting really grab the reader's attention.