Famous Pirate Stories
In 1904, J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan was performed on stage in London. It has enchanted children ever since. It is part fairy tale and part adventure story, presenting its pirates as foolish and incompetent caricatures. In children's literature of the 1800's and early 1900's, pirates were popular subject matter. A new breed of hero was created: the smart, young, Anglo-Saxon Protestant who does battle with pirates.
Nancy Kington, daughter of a rich merchant, suddenly orphaned when her father dies, is sent to live on her family's plantation in Jamaica. Disgusted by the treatment of the slaves and her brother's willingness to marry her off, she and one of the slaves, Minerva, run away and join a band of pirates. For both girls the pirate life is their only chance for freedom in a society where both are treated like property, rather than individuals.
Together they go in search of adventure, love, and a new life that breaks all restrictions of gender, race, and position. Told through Nancy's writings, their adventures will appeal to readers across the spectrum and around the world.
The Pirate Gang
Once upon a time there was a boy named peter. He and his friends loved to go fishing. His dad would toke the boys out and the girls would go shopping. One day the boys decided to go fishing. They got a basket of food and got the boat ready. The girls got in the car and went to the mall. They started fishing and peter saw a ship coming towards them. He told his dad and he said they should all go below decks just in case it is a pirate ship.
They were below decks and they saw that more ships had come and surrounded them. Peters dad called the water police and told them about the pirates. They said they would get there as fast as they could. They had to wait for five minutes but then they came. The strongest ship disabled the pirate ships and the rest caught and killed them. We were all safe and the police were glad that the pirates were dead.
Pirate's Gold: A Teen Love story that includes Pirates, Pirate Treasure, and Sailing in the Caribbean!
This book deals with teen love, emotions, problems, and how the characters solved these problems. This exciting character novel pits a young teens moral character against a modern day pirate. There is a build up to the treasure hunt that keeps you on the edge of your seat with an exciting ending.