Fluffy: Scourge of the Sea

Fluffy: Scourge of the Sea

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Overview

Fluffy: Scourge of the Sea by Teresa Bateman, Michael Chesworth

Hearken to the swashbuckling tale of Fluffy, a pampered poodle whose pleasure cruise is interrupted by a band of scurvy pirate pooches. Fluffy will need to summon up all of his canine charms if he hopes to avoid the plank and have the pirates eating out of his paws. Hilarious art brings the motley crew to life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781580891523
Publisher: Charlesbridge
Publication date: 07/28/2006
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 1,280,982
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)
Age Range: 3 - 7 Years

About the Author

Teresa Bateman was born in Moscow, Idaho, but moved to Washington State when she was three-years-old and that's where she has lived most of her life.

An avid writer and reader, Teresa has been making up stories and poems since she was in grade school. She is the author of FIONA'S LUCK, THE FROG WITH THE BIG MOUTH, and several other books for children. Teresa lives in Tacoma, Washington.

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Fluffy is a privileged, pampered poodle, And, we might suppose he's no match for a large, vicious pirate dog. Guess again. Lolling comfortably on his yacht, Fluffy is suddenly overtaken by a large ship flying a Jolly Roger. Of course, it's manned by pirates, and they think Fluffy is the biggest pushover on the bounding main. They laughed aloud as they brought him on board. Nobody but a pantywaist would wear ruffles, bows, and have his name on his collar. Well, Fluffy had a spine, and he quieted their laughter with the announcement that he was 'Fluffy - Scourge of All the Sea!' Of course, the pirates were dubious about this but as Fluffy strutted about the deck he began to look more and more like a buccaneer to them. The pirate captain hoped to prove Fluffy was a fake by challenging him to a duel. Little did he know that Fluffy had gone to fencing school. More contests followed to see exactly who was the most powerful and capable of being the ship's captain. Michael Chesworth's whimsical watercolor and pencil illustrations perfectly capture Fluffy, the Captain, and all the canine crew. - Gail Cooke