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Clever Dad builds a pirate ship, so that his son Tristan can sail the seven seas on the promise that he will be a good pirate. Tristan is captivated once the ship is complete and his father starts to tell him a story but he, using his imagination drifts off in his own tale of the high seas.
Once sailing along he meets different characters, the first of which is the Easterly wind that suggests he goes to Polysneezia, a pleasant island that the wind will help him reach.
He lets the wind take him in the direction of the island and he relaxes until he meets a group of flying fish who tell him not to go there because of pirates digging for treasure. He is told that they are digging so many holes that the island might sink. Horrified, he asks the advice of the Easterly wind and decides that he must try to help even though he has been warned by the flying fishes.
Tristan encounters other characters on his way to Polysneezia that give him their opinion on whether to continue or not. Knowing that the island is in trouble he presses on determined to help. Will Tristan be able to save the island from the dastardly pirates.
This is the download version of Clever Dad and the Pirate Ship available here as a pdf file. The story has a series of line drawings ideal to be coloured in. It can either be read on a PC/MAC or tablet, or can be partially or fully printed.
The suggested age range is 4-8 years. For younger readers the books are meant to have a parent, family member or guardian read to them. The story is also available for the Kindle, tablets and as print on demand paperback from Amazon. Apart from this website’s download only the print on demand colouring book has the additional drawings at the end of the story.
Please let us know the charity of your choice when ordering by stating it in the Additional Information field provided. If you purchase a print on demand book or Kindle download from Amazon please use the Contact Us option on our Home Page to inform us of your choice. Any unallocated donations are split between the three charities that we have contracts with.