The Treasure of Barracuda

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 10/18/2016
  • Publisher: Little Pickle Press

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Sparks is an 11-year-old cabin boy on the Southern Cross, a pirate ship led by Captain Barracuda. When he and the crew discover a book left by the infamous pirate Phineas Johnson Krane, they must learn to read in order to decipher its contents and go in search of Krane's hidden treasure. A satisfying tale packed with pirates, outlaws, danger and, in the words of its narrator, "no second chances."

Author Biography

Llanos Campos was born in Albacete, Spain. After leaving her psychology studies at the University of Granada, Campos joined a theater troupe and began writing performance pieces for children and adults. Since then, she has won several awards, including the prestigious Premio El Barco de Vapor ("Steam Boat Award") in 2014 for The Treasure of Barracuda. She lives in Albacete, Spain.

Julia Sarda lives in Albacete, Spain.

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