The Pirate Treasure (Paperback)
Join Jack Jones and his crew in this modern-classic adventure as they follow in the footsteps of old pirates and go in search of long-lost treasure
- No "Bad Guys" or Monsters
- No Weapons or "Attitude"
- Just lots of fun
When a message-in-a-bottle washes up on their local beach, Jack Jones, his sister Emma and best buddy Albert discover that it just might lead to a Spanish galleon ship that has been lost for centuries
With some help from their parents - who just so happen to be Professors of History and Archaeology - and an old family friend, the three set off on a Caribbean adventure, hoping to solve the mystery and uncover the lost ship, and perhaps even find the treasure still rumoured to be aboard.
Will Jack and his crew decode the clues left by pirates to reveal the hidden location of the ship? Can they succeed where many have failed, or will they fall into one of the traps left behind by those trying to protect the ship and be lost inside a hidden cave on Forbidden Isle for all eternity?
Fans of pirate adventures, a little mystery and some treasure hunting will enjoy meeting Jack Jones Welcome to a brand-new series of children's chapter books that are the perfect dose of excitement, adventure and good, clean fun
Young readers will enjoy following Jack and crew on this fun-filled adventure, and the young-at-heart will love coming along for the ride
Join the Jack Jones club and come along with Jack, Emma and Albert as they harness the power of friendship, teamwork and practical thinking to solve pirate riddles, search for an ancient galleon and work to uncover the secret location of a shipful of priceless treasure thought to be lost forever.
Jack Jones is a series of classic adventure stories set in a contemporary time.
The themes that carry through the books include friendship, perseverance, problem-solving, bravery, teamwork and encouragement. The central characters include Jack, his younger sister Emma who is an excitable, strong, confident and savvy young girl who loves nature, gymnastics and anything adventurous, and, Albert, Jack's best friend and next-door-neighbor who is very studious, cool and calm under pressure, thoughtful and reliable.
This book is ideal for children new to chapter books (ages 6-8) as well as those who are at an intermediate level of reading chapter books independently (ages 9-12). There are detailed full-page black and white illustrations to complement the story and provide some familiarity for those who are moving away from picture-heavy story-books and first readers.