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Jolly Roger and the Pirates of Captain Abdul A Rambunctious Romp Aboard A Real Pirate Ship Starring Roger, A Swashbuckling Nine Year Old Miserable Misfit With A Supporting Cast Of The Dirtiest, Smelliest, Hairiest, Scariest Pirates The World Has Ever Seen R continues to enjoy all things pirates He is moving to chapter books but still prefers pictures This book is perfect with lots of pictures and the chapters are called Part I, II, etc This story is about a boy named Roger who is not a happy boy because he has to help his mom out around the house farm His dad disappeared and it s been a tough time without him Roger s friends call him jolly Roger because he looks acts so miserable Despite this gloomy beginning, the story is actually qu R continues to enjoy all things pirates He is moving to chapter books but still prefers pictures This book is perfect with lots of pictures and the chapters are called Part I, II, etc This story is about a boy named Roger who is not a happy boy because he has to help his mom out around the house farm His dad disappeared and it s been a tough time without him Roger s frien On reading this book by Colin McNaughton I noticed immediately the diverse language and also the riveting and animated illustrations on every page The Jolly Roger is about a young boy Roger and his Mum, a horrible misery guts Everyone in the town calls Roger Jolly as he is always miserable and sad The story leads on to tell us that Rogers father, a farmer turned sailor, had went to sea but had never returned home That is why is mother was always so unhappy Rogers s mother was hard on hi On reading this book by Colin McNaughton I noticed immediately the diverse language and also the riveting and animated illustrations on every page The Jolly Roger is about a young boy Roger and his Mum, a horrible misery guts Everyone in the town calls Roger Jolly as he is always miserable and sad The story leads on to tell us that Rogers father, a farmer turned sailor, had went to sea but had never returned home That is why is mother was always so unhappy Rogers s mother was hard on him and he very much wanted to flee in order to escape her constants commands and orders One day he saw an advert that had been placed in the grocery shop for a cabin boy to work with pirates The pirates cap My grandson is going to love this When I was in 2nd grade, during DEAR drop everything and read time, I would go over to the shelf and pick up this book and pore over it Then, without warning, the book vanished from the shelves So quickly, I even toyed with the idea that I had imagined the story and made up a book in my head Even as I continued on through school, I repeatedly returned to the 2nd grade classroom to comb the shelves for this book It was really gone But here it is.Thank you for helping me find my own long lo When I was in 2nd grade, during DEAR drop everything and read time, I would go over to the shelf and pick up this book and pore over it Then, without warning, the book vanished from the shelves So quickly, I even toyed with the idea that I had imagined the story and made up a book in my head Even as I continued on thro Roger isn t jolly, he s miserable While he drowns in melancholia, his mother suffers from clinical depression following the sudden disappearance of Roger s father, who she believes has absconded on account of her dour demeanour On the assumption that no other life could be worse than the one he leads, Roger joins the crew of a pirate ship Surprisingly for him, life at sea with a band of brutalised and badly educated brigands does not elevate his mood in any respect After all that scene setti Roger isn t jolly, he s miserable While he drowns in melancholia, his mother suffers from clinical depression following the sudden disappearance of Roger s father, who she believes has absconded on account of her dour demeanour On the assumption that no other life could be worse than the one he leads, Roger jo Easily my favorite book from my childhood, and it might retain that tile to this day Jolly Roger is a hilarious story that touches yer heart while tossin ye overboard into tha briny deep The illustrations are well done, the story is well written and the pirates commentary is just as booklegger 2nd On reading this book by Colin McNaughton I noticed immediately the diverse language and also the riveting and animated illustrations on every page The Jolly Roger is about a young boy Roger and his Mum, a horrible misery guts Everyone in the town calls Roger Jolly as he is always miserable and sad The story leads on to tell us that Rogers father, a farmer turned sailor, had went to sea but had never returned home That is why is mother was always so unhappy Rogers s mother was hard on hi On reading this book by Colin McNaughton I noticed immediately the diverse language and also the riveting and animate Great fun If your kids love pirates, this is a must have book.


About the Author: Colin McNaughton

Growing up in his native England, the young Colin McNaughton had little indication that he would one day become an author illustrator There were no books at all in his parents home, he recalls, but there were always comics These were his formative literature, and their slapstick humor has been a lasting influence I ve been talking about the comic format for years, he says It s the modern w Growing up in his native England, the young Colin McNaughton had little indication that he would one day become an author illustrator There were no books at all in his parents home, he recalls, but there were always comics These were his formative literature, and their slapstick humor has been a lasting influence I ve been talking about the comic format for years, he says It s the modern way of telling stories for today s children it s about movement, the step between film and the book Colin McNaughton says he hated school The word school still gives me nightmares Opting for technical college, he admits he even made a mess of getting in there I d filled out the application wrong, and when I turned up for registration they d never heard of me So he worked at odd jobs for the next year before entering art school Although his first book was published while he was still in school, Colin McNaughton did not immediately become a full time artist He first tried editorial and advertising work, but did not find the satisfaction that he got out of creating children s books At the end of it, there it is, a book on the shelf, not like a newspaper in the gutter In fact, once you start thinking about it, it s a smashing job If the response to his books is any indication, children and adults seem to agree that Colin McNaughton is doing a smashing job Colin McNaughton lives in London with his wife


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