Sea of Gold (Hardcover)

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Sea of Gold (Hardcover)


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In the tradition of Treasure Island, an unlikely young pirate races a band of devious rogues to a hidden fortune in Sea of Gold, the first book in a middle-grade series by New York Times bestselling author Gregory Mone.

Twelve-year-old Fish—nicknamed for his skill as a swimmer—never intended to become a pirate. For starters, he’s just a kid from a poor farming family, and second, he absolutely hates to fight. But after his parents send him to work as a courier, one of his deliveries is stolen, and as Fish hurries to get it back, he’s captured by a ship of scalawags. And the mysterious package? It’s the key to locating the Chain of Chuacar, a legendary treasure.

Swabbing the deck of the Scurvy Mistress, Fish will have to earn the trust of the fortune-obsessed captain and learn the ropes from the rest of the crew, including a boy encyclopedia on all things piracy, a tough-as-nails young thief, and a fearless girl with knives up her sleeves. Yet with mutiny on the horizon and a ruthless first mate testing him at every turn, Fish isn’t sure he’ll survive, let alone find the Chain. Armed only with wit, courage, and determination, Fish leads his new friends in the fight of their young lives and a hunt for hidden gold.

Includes Black-and-White Illustrations
Gregory Mone is the author of several bestselling works of fiction and nonfiction for both adults and children, including the New York Times bestsellers Bill Nye’s Great Big World of Science, the Jack and the Geniuses series (with Bill Nye), and Astrophysics for Young People in a Hurry (with Neil DeGrasse Tyson), along with Atlantis: The Accidental Invasion and Atlantis: The Brink of War. He is a contributing editor at Popular Science and an award-winning science writer. A graduate of Harvard College, he lives with his family on Martha’s Vineyard.
Product Details ISBN: 9781419756832
ISBN-10: 1419756834
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: August 8th, 2023
Pages: 256
Language: English
Series: Sea of Gold
"A rousing yarn."—Kirkus

"Seafaring shenanigans await in this rollicking historical adventure by Mone (the Atlantis duology). Rhythmic prose, humorous banter, and brutal depictions of pirate life abound in this traditional high seas romp."—Publishers Weekly