“There Be Pirates!” by Joann Hamilton-Barry

About the Book...

Did you know pirates once sailed the seas around Atlantic Canada? Pirates might seem like fun in the movies, but back in the 17th and 18th centuries–the Golden Age of Piracy–being a pirate was very serious business.

From the Hackmatack award-shortlisted author of "Oak Island and the Search for Buried Treasure" comes the newest book from Nimbus’s popular Compass series for young readers. Learn about what everyday life was like for some of the fiercest pirates of all time. Explore the history of piracy, from the ancient Romans and Greeks to modern-day pirates. How did pirates navigate the seas? What happened if they were caught? Did pirates really bury treasure?

This full-colour non-fiction book includes highlighted glossary terms, informative sidebars, over 50 colour illustrations and historical photographs, an index, and recommended further reading.

 

About the Author...

Joann Hamilton-Barry is a librarian in Saint John, New Brunswick, and the author of the Hackmatack Award-shortlisted "Oak Island and the Search for Buried Treasure" and "Boldly Canadian: the story of the RCMP." She enjoys cooking and reading but her favourite activity is walking her dog with her husband and best friend, Nick Barry. Joann is the proud mother of two grown children, Alex and Hope.

SABS NOTE OF NOTEWORTHINESS...

Join Nimbus at the Central Saint John Free Public Library on Thursday, August 30th for the launch of Joann Hamilton-Barry’s new book "There Be Pirates!" Joann will be signing copies of her book, which will be available for purchase.

 

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