Yo, ho, ho...it's a pirate's life for me?

Cotton, D.; Remington, B.
January 1991
Cricket;Jan1991, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p12
Presents information about pirates. Miserable living conditions; Loyalty to other pirates; Common ship rules; Books about pirates.


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