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The pirate code by Heidi Schulz

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Written in English


  • Characters in literature,
  • Fiction,
  • Pirates,
  • Buried treasure

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Edition Notes

Statementby Heidi Schulz ; with illustrations by John Hendrix
SeriesHook"s revenge -- 2
ContributionsHendrix, John, 1976- illustrator
LC ClassificationsPZ7.S3912 Pi 2015
The Physical Object
Pagination339 pages
Number of Pages339
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27187530M
ISBN 101484717171
ISBN 109781484717172
LC Control Number2014049766

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