Under the Black Flag by Erik Christian Haugaard

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Freedom and slavery in eighteenth century life in the Caribbean and South America are studied in this sea adventure story.

Ages 12 and up
 

About Erik Christian Haugaard

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Hugaard was born in Denmark, but left when he was seventeen to travel extensively in the United States, Italy, and Spain. Now internationally known for his accomplishments as a playwright, poet, and translator, he has also won critical acclaim for his children's books.
 
Published August 1, 1993 by Roberts Rinehart. 170 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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In the 18th century, as 14-year-old William Bernard sails from his father's plantation in Jamaica to study in England, his ship is suddenly overtaken by the nefarious pirate Blackbeard. Although he ki

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In the 18th century, as 14-year-old William Bernard sails from his father's plantation in Jamaica to study in England, his ship is suddenly overtaken by the nefarious pirate Blackbeard.

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