Gun battle, End of Calico Jack★ Selah Award Winner for YA Literature ★ – In this YA pirate tale, award-winning author Eddie Jones blends action, adventure, and humor into a fictional retelling of the exploits of pirates Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read.Pirate Looks At Forty, The End of Calico Jack

While searching for rumored treasure in a cave on Coffin Cay, a small island off the southwestern tip of Haiti (Hispaniola), Ricky suffers an absence seizure. During his last trance-like episode, Ricky uncovered a treasure from the Nuestra Señora de Riqueza, a vessel in an armada of ships sailing the Spanish Main.

Now back on Coffin Cay with his parents, Ricky hunts for the treasure he found in the cave over three hundred years earlier during his trip back to pirate land.Ricky Bradshaw, the End of Calico JackT

he End of Calico Jack is a fictional retelling of the pirate escapades of Calico Jack, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read. The story is based on historical research of the life of “Calico Jack” John Rackham.

In the telling of the story some liberties were taken, but many of the events reflect what historians believed happened to Jack, Mary, and Anne. Also, in real life those who suffer absence seizures may appear to be in a trance but cannot recall what happens during their episode.

The book includes a PIRATE MAP of Calico Jack’s sailing routes and the ports he visited.

Parents can trust the Caribbean Chronicles Series. There is no sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language, only a wee bit of humor. 🙂 We hope you enjoy these pirate books for young adults, teens, and older kids.

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