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Pirates (Reading Railroad) [Ebook] ➤ Pirates (Reading Railroad) Author Dina Anastasio – Thomashillier.co.uk VoyForums MISS LATINA UNIVERSE VoyForums Announcement Programming and providing support for this service has been a labor of love since We are one of the few services online who values our users' priv VoyForums MISS LATINA UNIVERSE VoyForums Announcement Programming and providing support for this service has been a labor of love since We are one of the few services online who values our users' privacy and have never sold your information We have even fought hard to defend your privacy in legal cases; however we've done it with almost no financial support paying out of pocket to continue providing the service Foundations Of Magic A journey through the history theory and future of themed entertainment A place where professionals and beginners young and old can learn about the art of the show Popular IDS delivered images for National Popular IDS delivered images for National Museum of American History from the DAMS in May with record counts and referrers Popular IDS delivered images for National National Museum of American History from the DAMS uniue images delivered total images delivered Braceros in Mexic hits What's New at the Mission Viejo Library Find out what's happening at the library and get the latest information on book clubs events library services and Mission Viejo Library VoyForums MISS LATINA UNIVERSE VoyForums Announcement Programming and providing support for this service has been a labor of love since We are one of the few services online who values our users' privacy and have never sold your information We have even fought hard to defend your privacy in legal cases; however we've done it with almost no financial support paying out of pocket to continue providing the service Foundations Of Magic A journey through the history theory and future of themed entertainment A place where professionals and beginners young and old can learn about the art of the show Popular IDS delivered images for National Museum Popular IDS delivered images for National Museum of American History from the DAMS in May with record counts and referrers Popular IDS delivered images for National Museum National Museum of American History from the DAMS uniue images delivered total images delivered Braceros in Mexic hits What's New at the Mission Viejo Library Find out what's happening at the library and get the latest information on book clubs events library services and Mission Viejo Library | January | | ln and INFINITY Contents hide Considerations when setting tolerances An alternative view of tolerances Mechanical component tolerance International Tolerance grades Electrical component tolerance Difference between allowance and tolerance Clearance civil engineering See also Notes Further reading External links Considerations when setting tolerancesedit A primary.


10 thoughts on “Pirates (Reading Railroad)

  1. Andrea Andrea says:

    I liked how she set the story Saying where it's taking place and what year it is It was exciting when she said Little do the Spanish sailors know but on the other side of the island another ship is waiting It is a pirate ship It caught my interestI'd read in another pirate book that as long as there have been ships carrying treasure there have been pirate ships to steal from them I liked that we got to know the character that the captain had a plan to trick the Spanish ship with a Spanish flagI just love pirate culture and I liked how she wrote it out The flag said We are pirates And Surrender or be sorryI thought this was about a made up pirate not Calico Jack and was disappointed it was about a real person I've heard enough about them I thought this would be its own uniue story I don't think I had ever heard of pirates using smoke bombsI liked that it was interactive Does the slow heavy Spanish galleon stand a chance? NoShe brought their way of life to light and I enjoyed it Things like saying they were a colorful and frightening sight waving cutlasses and wearing bright scarves buckles gold and jewels that they stoleI had also read in that other book that money and jewels aren't all they stole They wanted medicine and food too I didn't know pirates burned what they couldn't carry That made them even vicious Or that lanterns and candles had to be out by 8 at night I wanted to know why It put it into perspective that when not robbing ships they spent their time looking and waiting for ships to rob When she said it might take weeks pirate life really sounded dull They spent most of their time repairing the ship but I had never heard that they fished for their meals or else they had to eat nasty biscuits and warm beerIt was so random how she suddenly talked of Blackbeard and burying his treasure and his beard and then further lost the story as she said people have searched for it but never found it I thought this was about Calico Since this wasn't actually a story about a specific pirate it should have been general information and not highlighted any one pirate because it didn't flow And it was supposed to be 1718 so it shouldn't have jumped to present day It jolted me out of the storyShe went on to highlight a handful of other pirates from history and I lost the story that started out in the beginning It seemed like such a charming story at the start and then just lost itself as it turned into general pirate information and then a biography of select pirates so it was kind of a jumbleI liked hearing about the Swedish princess who went out to see with her own ship and crew when her dad ordered her to marry someone she didn't want toI was liking the book so much and enjoying reading but it underwent such a transformation from the first page to the last She started out setting the stage for a tale but it was lost It's like she didn't know whose story to tell so it ended up being about no one really 


  2. Heather Heather says:

    I think pirates are cool so when I found this informational book on them I had to get it‘As long as there have been ships to carry treasure across the seas there have been pirate ships to rob them’ I didn’t know thatI didn’t know that pirates would raise flags like a Spanish flag to a Spanish ship to appear friendly so the other boat thinks it’s friendly and won’t sail awayWhen they’re close to the ship the captain calls “Hoist the Holly Roger” which shows the other ship they’re pirates and to surrender The flag with crossed swords under a skull belonged to Calico Jack I like the page with the other flagsI didn’t know that the pirates fought with smoke bombs which sounds modern as well as cannonsThe pirate ship is smaller and faster and contains guns having advantage than slower heavier ships I didn’t like the way this was worded ‘Does the slow heavy Spanish galleon stand a chance? No’Two cannonballs chained together was sent to the Spanish ship’s mast to prevent them from sailing awayThe pirates wore bright scarves silver buckles gold and jewels and sharp cutlasses taken from other sailors It mentions pieces of eight which I’ve heard before and just sounds cool although I’m not sure what it is They also had gold doubloons pearls and rubiesThe pirates weren’t just after money and jewels They’d been at sea for a long time and some were sick and hungry Food and medicine was as valuable as gold to them I was surprised to learn thatThey take what they can and burn what they can’t carry They sail away and divide up the loot The pirates get eual shares besides the captain who gets This is part of the pirates’ codeLike the book said even though they were thieves and murderers many pirate crews made up their own strict laws to live by That’s surprising I also didn’t know ships made up their own I thought the rules were all the same crew members get eual share captain gets twice as much Captain will be elected fairly Everyone has eual vote No gambling on the ship While at sea lanterns and candles are out by 8 Stealing from crewmates and deserting will be punishedIf a pirate broke a ship’s code he was punished For a small crime like gambling a pirate might be fined If he stole from a shipmate he was marooned Taken to a deserted island and left with nothing but a jug of waterThis was funny ‘what did a pirate do when he was not robbing ships and counting up his loot? He waited at sea for the next ship to rob’Sometimes they would wait for weeks and a pirate’s life was boring thenThey spent most of their time repairing the ship by patching up ripped sails and meding lines I was surprised that pirate’s had to catch their dinner and if they didn’t find any fish they would have to eat hard wormy biscuits and warm beer I never really thought about them catching their foodThe best time for pirates was after they found treasure when they returned to shore to celebrate Port Royal Jamaica was a favorite hangout for pirates in the CarribeanI love how it brushes over what they really did and naturally wenches are left out ‘There they ate and drank gambled and acted as wild as they could’ They spent their treasure and it was time to hunt for treasureNot all pirates spent all their treasure Blackbeard was said to have buried lot of his treasure but was captured before he could return for it He was one of them meanest pirates He wore colored ribbons in his beard I didn’t know that and he stuck lit matches under his hat No one has found his treasure He looks crazy than frighteningCaptain Kidd was one of the most famous pirates and was said to have buried his treasure too on Gardiner’s Island near Long Island NY I haven’t heard of Benito Bonito his parents must have had a sense of humor who was of the Bloody Sword His treasure is called the Lost Loot of Lima Some say it was buried on an island off South America; the island is called “Treasure Island” I haven’t heard about a crew of only women that sailed around the Baltic Sea 800 years ago The captain was a Swedish princess named Alwilda When her dad ordered her to marry a prince she didn’t love she ran away to sea and became the leader of an all women pirate crew That sounds funUsually women weren’t allowed on pirate ships I’m surprised the author didn’t mention that they were thought to be bad luckHowever Calico Jack had two women on his crew Anne Bonny and Mary Read They both dressed as men so their shipmates and prisoners didn’t know who they were When Calico Jack finally discovered they were women I wish it had mentioned how he discovered that he kept their secret because they were two of his bravest pirates and he didn’t want to lose themToday ships still carry treasures across the oceans but they’re much faster and stronger and guard their riches better It ends with the dangerous days of pirates being over and that everyone still loves to hear stories about the ‘wild robbers of the seas’ which is true It ended with a drawing of a pirate ship though making it seem like ships still look like that today I also didn’t think about or realize that ships carry riches on them today This is a good book on pirates with some interesting information on them Because it's a kid's book it doesn't go into much detail but it covers the basics of pirates and then mentions the most famous or infamous I guess I should say pirates


  3. Brooke Brooke says:

    Not exactly Captain Jack Sparrow or anything but it was a good read Wish they would have pirate stories


  4. Anna Anna says:

    I love pirates so this was an enjoyable read for me The illustrations are really nice and detailed You can really sense the texture and movement in the illustrations It told a little bit about a pirate life a little bit about a couple famous pirates such as Blackbeard and what a pirate is and their coderules Overall I liked the book Initially I was thinking this could be a book for preschoolers but then I read it and thought maybe not I don't really think they're ready to see pirates fighting and learning that they killed people and bombed ships for their treasure


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