Backbeard : pirate for hire /Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Walker & Co. : Distributed to the trade by Holtzbrinck Publishers, c2007Description:  p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 080279632X (hardcover) :; 9780802796325 (hardcover); 0802796338 (lib. bdg.); 9780802796332 (lib. bdg.).Title notes: BRA $16.95 10-2007 $16.95 10-2007 (db)Other title: Pirate for hire.Subject(s): Pirates -- Fiction | Job hunting -- Fiction | Clothing and dress -- Fiction | Humorous stories | Pirates -- Juvenile fiction | Job hunting -- Juvenile fiction | Clothing and dress -- Juvenile fiction | Humorous storiesOnline resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description A Junior Library Guild selectionSummary: When the Pirate Council tells Backbeard that he must stop wearing colorful clothing and look more fearsome, he decides to quit being a pirate and get a job on shore, if only he can find work that matches his particular skills.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
<p>Backbeard may have a new suit, but he is still one of the orneriest, smelliest, and hairiest pirates ever to sail the high seas. And his crew still likes to smash and steal things--they just prefer to do it in style. Unfortunately, certain members of the Pirate Council don't think he looks piratey enough in his new garb, and since they are just as stubborn as Backbeard, it's their way or the waterway.</p> <p>Unwilling to give up his birthday suit, Backbeard sets out in search of new employment. He can pillage and plunder with the best of them, but who'll dare to hire a dirty, smelly ex-pirate?</p>
BRA $16.95 10-2007
$16.95 10-2007 (db)
A Junior Library Guild selection
When the Pirate Council tells Backbeard that he must stop wearing colorful clothing and look more fearsome, he decides to quit being a pirate and get a job on shore, if only he can find work that matches his particular skills.