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There Be Pirates! Swashbucklers and Rogues of the Atlantic

Author/Publisher/Website: Hamilton-Barry, J.
Copyright: 2018
Evaluation/Record Entry Date: Oct/2019
Submitting suppliers/Website: Not Available
Primary Identifier: 9781771085793
Recommended Grades and Subjects/Courses: 4-7
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Resource Description

Have you ever wondered what it might have been like to be a pirate in the 1600–1700s? This engaging nonfiction text explores the history of piracy from the ancient Greeks to modern-day pirates. “There be Pirates!” explores the life of a pirate in the Golden Age of Piracy, and provides information about innovations in navigation and sea technology during this period. Suitable for students in the intermediate grades, this resource also provides an overview of what motivated explorers and Canadian settlers to participate in piracy. The book is appropriate for exploring nonfiction text features, developing an understanding of life in the 17th and 18th centuries, and supporting further studies and in-depth research projects. Log in to read the full review.