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How I Invented International Talk Like A Pirate Day William by Mike White

How I Invented International Talk Like A Pirate Day

William by Mike White

Published April 18th 2013
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Another short story from the increasingly difficult to categorise series by Michael White. William likes pirates, and enjoys nothing better than pretending to be one in his front garden. Today is going to be a very different day, however, for todayMoreAnother short story from the increasingly difficult to categorise series by Michael White. William likes pirates, and enjoys nothing better than pretending to be one in his front garden. Today is going to be a very different day, however, for today William is going to meet the biggest - and strangest - pirate of them all!William liked robots, dragons, batman and anything made out of Lego. He thought colouring in was very difficult (Staying in between the lines was really hard) and he had decided that Mickey Mouse was more for kids really. He had a great big wooden fort (lots of soldiers) and a few small spaceships that his Nan had bought for him from the shop at the corner of the street. The red star cruiser with the little radar dish on top was the best one.What he liked best of all though, were pirates. He thought that it would be great if he could have his own real pirate ship so he could put the skull and bones flag on the top. He thought the pirate flag was pretty cool but the skelington on it scared him just a little bit, though he wouldn’t tell his mum that. William told his mum that when he grew up he wanted to be a pirate and have his own ship then he could sail away and look for treasure and bring loads of duboons back to his mum so she could buy chocolate cake again like she used to do before his dad went away....This story is just one ten that are available in the collection entitled, Paul McCartneys Coat and Other Stories which is available to purchase separately.