Reading ➷ Peter Duck Author Arthur Ransome –

Peter Duck Download Peter Duck Author Arthur Ransome Why Do They Call Him Black Jake Is It Because Of His Hair Titty Asked.Because Of His Heart Said Peter DuckThe Swallows And S, As Well As Captain Flint And The Ancient Able Seaman Peter Duck, Set Sail On The Wild Cat Bound For The Channel But They Are Shadowed By The Viper, Manned By None Other Than Black Jake A Beastly Pirate With A Dark Plan Can The Children Race Ahead And Uncover The Buried Treasure Before The Pirate Can They Survive Storms, Earthquakes, Crabs And Even A Waterspout And Make It Home

10 thoughts on “Peter Duck

  1. says:

    As a child these were my favourite books, I loved stories of adventure and my family holidayed in the English Lake District where these books are set so I knew the places they visited.Whilst on holiday I would imagine meeting the Swallows and s on every lake At school my friends and I would play Swallows and s My best friend Sarah and I, being the only ones who were truly

  2. says:

    This is the Third in the S A series A note to all, it is later revealed I can t remember which book but poss Pigeon Post or Winter Holiday that this is a made up story told in the cold winter Holidays between Swallows and s and Swallowdale The reason for this is that actually the children are all the same age as in Swallowdale, which becomes apparent when later novels are all s

  3. says:

    Where in the first two books in the series the children create imaginary epic adventures out of ordinary vacations in England s Lake District, in this book they embark on a genuine epic adventure They re off in the great two masted sailing ship with Captain Flint and old tar Peter Duck on a treasure hunt in the Caribbean or the ...

  4. says:

    I found and read the Swallows and s series in my early 20s I am only sorry I did not find them earlier Stories of the family s summer adventures are beautifully written, and encourage responsible and creative living Self reliance, intelligent reasoning skills, and st...

  5. says:

    Ransome certainly knows how to work his way through a story In some ways, I missed the delightful insights into childhoods of the 1930 in the first two books of the series, because this book is so focused on the plot of the treasure hunt, the pirates, the sea voyage, and the various meteorological happenings t...

  6. says:

    Have about half the books in this series, and was pleased to find the library through the digital media service Hoopla has several others If you re interested in older titles, check to see if your library offers titles through Hoopla They may not show up in a standard search This is, though, not the finest book in the series Don t think I ll buy it for my collection While most of the others blend

  7. says:

    Quite simply the best book ever wri oh, hang on, isn t that what I put for Swallows and s This has, of course, the natural dialogue, real characters, and detailed scenery you would expect from Arthur Ransome and there are maps and diagrams for those of us who are weak in geography or the construction and...

  8. says:

    Totally unbelievable but leaves you wishing it were Of course this was a fantasy made up by the Swallows and s and the s uncle, Captain Flint They had taken a boat on the Broads and as it rained most of the time they made up this story to while away the time This explains the presence of Peter Duck who was Titty s imaginary companion in Swallowdale.It also explains how it is that Susan is suddenly able to p

  9. says:

    I love Arthur Ransome, and this book lives up to my hopes and expectations This one is a cliff hanger The Swallow and children go sailing in the ocean with Captain Flint, Peter Duck, an old sailor, and a boy they get chased by pirates real pirates in a search for bu...

  10. says:

    My mum bought be the whole set of the Swallows and s series as a child, and I also had them on audio tape I much preferred listening to them than reading, because they made long car journeys pass quicker, and also the writing style of Arthur Rans...

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