About the Book
Not everyone is special. Or at least that’s what Eric believes. But when the new girl Charlotte tells him he’s a natural at hunting pirates, and offers to prove it, Eric can’t resist the adventure. Thrown in the middle of the Spanish Main, Eric must quickly accept his skills, or else succumb to the horrors of the dreaded Willard Pirate Twins.
About the Author
Marty Reeder lives in Smithfield, Utah, with his wife and five children where he teaches Creative Writing and Spanish at the local high school. Though not a natural born pirate hunter, he taught sailing at Scout camps for many years and uses his history degree to fuel worlds of piracy and compensate for perhaps being born in the wrong time and place for his passions!
Check out the author interview HERE.
How to Become a Pirate Hunter by Marty Reeder is a fun pirate adventure novel that middle graders will thoroughly enjoy. It’s about a young boy that feels like he isn’t good at anything. But then he’s thrown into a situation where his skills are exactly what is needed and he must come to terms with that. This story is about going on an adventure and coming to know oneself. Middle grade readers will not want to miss this enjoyable pirate voyage that will bring their imagination’s to life!
Genre: children’s, middle grade, young adult, adventure, pirates
Publisher: Cedar Fort
Publication date: March 1, 2017
Number of pages: 208
A review copy of this book was provided by Cedar Fort. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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