Free Ebook: Guide to Pirate Parenting

Free Ebook: Guide to Pirate Parenting

Found 28th Sep 2009
Whilst trying to buy this on amazon I noticed the price had jumped from £7 to £25! So I started searching other sites and came across the authors homepage who is offering the book for free (donations are welcome).

Avast ye land lubber spawn raiser

If youre like most parents, you long to raise your children as pirates but just dont know how. In the Guide to Pirate Parenting, Capn Billy The Butcher MacDougall provides everything you need to know to turn your little powder monkeys into happy, healthy buccaneers. You'll learn:

* At what age your child should be able to remove a bottle cap by taking out his glass eye and using his eye
* Which offense requires administering The Flying Dutchman Wedgie
* How to prevent sogging the quartermaster
* The best place to maroon your disobedient child
* How to remove chewing gum or a giant octopus from your childs hair
* The difference between plundering and pillaging
* How to convert your minivan into a pirate schooner
* When to smack your teenager in the side of the head with an oar

And best of all each information-packed section of the Guide to Pirate Parenting ends with Your pirates progress, a short quiz that shows whether your child is reaching his or her pirate development milestones. If you follow the instructions in this book and your child does not become a pirate, Cap'n Billy will refund the purchase price of this book. *

* Please note, Cap'n Billy reserves the right to make refunds in salt cod in lieu of cash, not that he plans to give any refunds anyways.

* Author: Tim Bete
* Publisher: Cold Tree Press
* ISBN: 978-1-58385-291-0
* Pages: 129
* Covertype: Paperback
* Year: 2009
* Edition: 1st
* Genre: Pirate Parenting - How to

Direct link to pdf:…pdf


e-book is password protected when I try and open it - any ideas???

Original Poster

oh - it opened on my macbook. ill put another link up in the morning when i get to work on a windows machine. strange and sorry.

is anyone else getting a password prompt?

Thanks for the link. Working perfectly on my wife's sony ereader and on my son's. Neither were asked for a password.

Some good, witty advice there for bringing up young swabs to be fit and proper pirates ... yo ho ho :thumbsup: ... is it too early for a bottle of rum??

Works fine here ... just a normal pc.

Here is the link to the actual pdf file ]http//ww…pdf


e-book is password protected when I try and open it - any ideas???

Working now! Must have been a problem with the free PDF software that came with my PC - strange!
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