Beware, Pirates! (Canadian Flyer Adventures)

Beware Pirates Canadian Flyer Adventures The old Canadian Flyer in the attic of Emily s new house looks like just another old sled But when eight year old Emily and nine year old Matt rub the sled s maple leaf logo they suddenly find themse

  • Title: Beware, Pirates! (Canadian Flyer Adventures)
  • Author: Frieda Wishinsky Dean Griffiths
  • ISBN: 9781897066799
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The old Canadian Flyer in the attic of Emily s new house looks like just another old sled But when eight year old Emily and nine year old Matt rub the sled s maple leaf logo, they suddenly find themselves transported from the dusty old attic to Frobisher Bay What s , they re aboard Martin Frobisher s ship The Aid and the year is 1577 Adventure beckons, and Emily andThe old Canadian Flyer in the attic of Emily s new house looks like just another old sled But when eight year old Emily and nine year old Matt rub the sled s maple leaf logo, they suddenly find themselves transported from the dusty old attic to Frobisher Bay What s , they re aboard Martin Frobisher s ship The Aid and the year is 1577 Adventure beckons, and Emily and Matt are happy to follow Until, that is, they meet up with honest to goodness pirates This rollicking, fast paced adventure, with black and white illustrations, brings Frobisher s search for the Northwest Passage to life.

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    1. My 6-year-old son was so excited when he discovered this Canadian Flyer Adventure series while looking through an Owl magazine. How did we miss this great series? (Book #15 was just published.) We are fans of the Magic Tree House series and I could see that the Canadian Flyer stories follow a similar idea of traveling back in time, but the latter stories are distinctly different. Each book is a small history lesson in the form of an action adventure tale.Emily and Matt are transported back in ti [...]

    2. Beware, Pirates is a children's novel featuring Emily and Matt. The friends find a Canadian Flyer sled in Emily's house along with other mysterious items. When they touch the sled, a secret message is revealed and when they read it, they are transported back in time to a pirate ship in Arctic Canada in 1577. As a grade 2 teacher in Alberta, I was very excited to find this novel which includes information about Canadian history and the Arctic. It fit perfectly with my Social Studies unit. My stud [...]

    3. This first instalment of the Canadian Magic Tree House introduces our two protagonists Emily and Matt to us, as well as to each other. They also discover a magical red sled (the Red Flyer of the series title) in the tower room of Emilie's new house. It transports them to the deck of Martin Frobisher's ship The Aid in 1577.As I mentioned, this series is the Canadian Magic Tree House. It is an early chapter book that is short enough (66 pages of story) and has simple enough language to appeal to t [...]

    4. This is a Canuck version of the Magic Treehouse.There is some good Canadian history and geography information in this book. My son really enjoyed it and has moved on to the second book in this series

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