Daniela and the Pirate Girls

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Who hasn't heard of the legendary vessel, the Black Crock! Other ships cower in fear as they gaze at it through their spyglasses. Its fearsome crew is known all over the Seven Seas. And their captain is Daniela, Daniela the Pirate.

In this new adventure, Daniela and her mates find themselves unable to save the day... Because some other pirates beat them to it! As word of the Fearless Piranhas, a crew of intrepid pirate girls, reaches their ears, Daniela sets sail to find them!

Follow her and the crew of the Black Croc in the long-awaited continuation of Daniela the Pirate, by Susanna Isern and Gómez. Long live the pirate girls!

 

Susanna Isern grew up among mountains in the Spanish Pyrenees. When she was little, her favorite hobby was to run around, discovering incredible insects and helping sick or endangered animals. It was then that animals started to whisper her stories, which she hurried to write in the notebook she always carried with her. She is the author of many children's books, most of them distributed internationally and translated into over a dozen languages. She has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards 2013 in the USA.

Gómez studied Fine Arts at the well-known University of Salamanca (Spain). A new talent, she has worked for several publishing houses in Europe, such as SM in Spain, Le Petit Bulles Edition in France, and Scholastics and Sterling in the USA. Her book Hedgehog and Rabbit. The Scary Wind is a Junior Library Guild Selection.

 A fun read which focuses on girls as pirates and on friendship and sharing, unlike many male-centric and battle-centric pirate books.--- Bayviews- Association of Children's Librarians of Northern California

I appreciated the positive messages in this book about becoming friends, helping each other, and sharing the adventures together. The crayon art style is really cute, and every scene is full of action.--- Luminous Libro

 


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