Emily Windsnap And The Pirate Prince
ISBN: 1536202991
EAN13: 9781536202991
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 12, 2019
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.75" L x 5.25" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Emily Windsnap ends up surrounded by pirates -- and on a life-changing adventure -- in the eighth installment of the New York Times best-selling series.

Traveling home by cruise ship should be a relaxing break after Emily's latest adventure, but things take a turn when the ship is overtaken by a pirate king and his crew. After the pirates collect everyone's riches, the pirate king's eldest son steals something even more valuable: Aaron. So Emily dives into action and joins the younger son's crew in hopes of saving her boyfriend. But Emily is surprised to find herself not only enjoying the pirate life, but actually bonding with the crew -- especially Sam, the pirate king's son. Between helping Sam unravel riddles to beat his brother to the legendary Trident's Treasure and making sure that her friends are safe, Emily realizes that she needs to be true to herself. Will she cast aside her mermaid life to join her new friends, or will she find a way to follow her own path?

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Book Reviews (5)

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5
   Good read
My 7th grader to be 12 year old is in love with this series. She reads a book in a day. Definitely recommend it to any parent who has a girly girl in their household.
 
5
   My daughter loves the book
She told me about this book, which is usually a hint for me to get it for her. I bought it so for her and the rest of the series. She is a fast learner.
 
5
   Exciting stories with deep lessons
My daughter and I read this series together at bedtime and is wonderful. We love Emily Windsnap and are waiting impatiently for the next to be written.
 
5
   A bit different from the American version
She owns 7 in the American version, so I decided to try this version for her to give her exposure to different phrases and the way words are written so that it helps her reading comprehension as well as her vocabulary.
 
4
   Eighth in the series…
... and worth reading, especially for a 8-12 year old girl. Not quite realistic enough for an adult, but I think appeals to a lot of girls and even some boys. Liz Kessler is a good book writer for children, nothing to fear here.
 
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