Pirate Pete and his Smelly Feet


What are the Captain and crew to do? Despite soap, foot lotion, baths and scrubs, ‘Pirate Pete and his Smelly Feet’ make piratical life a ‘feet’ of endurance! It’s time for the ultimate pirate practice… Pete must walk those feet off the plank! Is this the end? The fish think so. So do the seabirds? What about the sharks?

Lucy Rowland is a favourite Bookwagon picture book maker. Her rhyming stories, such as Have You Seen My Blankie? are witty, engaging and satisfying. ‘Pirate Pete and his Smelly Feet‘ makes both Bookwagon-ers laugh out loud. The story is funny and unpredictable. Mark Chambers ‘asides’ created through bright, captivating pictures, enhance the tale brilliantly. ‘Pirate Pete and his Smelly Feet’ has a sweet sock smell of reading success about it. We love this picture book!


Pirate Pete and his Smelly Feet

Lucy Rowland and Mark Chambers

(Pan Macmillan) 

What is the crew to do about ‘Pirate Pete and his Smelly Feet’? A bath? A jolly good scrub? Some ‘Eau de Foot’ potion? What will work? Surely he won’t have to walk the plank…. If so, what next? How will Pete survive? Or could there be a twist, a pongy toe end in the tale that makes this picture book something to really kick up a stink about?


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