The Pirate Treasure (Jack Jones)

December 3, 2019 - Comment

When a message-in-a-bottle washes up on their local beach, Jack Jones, his sister Emma and best buddy Albert discover that it just might lead to a Spanish galleon ship that has been lost for centuries! Join Jack and his crew in this modern-classic adventure as they follow in the footsteps of old pirates and go

When a message-in-a-bottle washes up on their local beach, Jack Jones, his sister Emma and best buddy Albert discover that it just might lead to a Spanish galleon ship that has been lost for centuries!

Join Jack and his crew in this modern-classic adventure as they follow in the footsteps of old pirates and go in search of long-lost treasure!

No “Bad Guys” or Monsters

No Weapons or “Attitude”

Just lots of fun!

Will Jack and his crew decode the clues left by pirates to reveal the hidden location of the ship? Can they succeed where many have failed, or will they fall into one of the traps left behind by those trying to protect the ship, and the priceless treasure believed to be aboard?

“★★★★★…a fantastic early reader adventure story.” B Stack, Amazon Reviewer

“★★★★★ Great book for kids–fast-paced, action-packed, and an easy read.” Raleigh Barnes, Amazon Reviewer

“★★★★★ My 10 year old is reading this book to me. The books are so exciting I can’t wait to hear the next chapter.” – Juliann, Amazon Reviewer

“★★★★★ Our nephew received the book on Friday and insisted that his grandparents read it to him three times that night!!” – Jill, Amazon Reviewer

“★★★★★ I got this book for my 4 year old niece and she loved it!” – Dilan, Amazon Reviewer

Fans of pirate adventures, a little mystery and some treasure hunting will enjoy meeting Jack Jones! This series of children’s chapter books are the perfect dose of excitement, adventure and good, clean fun! Young readers will enjoy following Jack and crew on this fun-filled adventure, and the young-at-heart will love coming along for the ride!

This book is ideal for children new to chapter books (ages 6-8) as well as those who are at an intermediate level of reading chapter books independently (ages 9-12).