San Ochtapas Dubh

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Alain Surget/Annette Marnat

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Bratach na gCnámh 6: San Ochtapas Dubh
Muir Chairb, sa bhliain 1660. Tar éis bhás a máthar, taistealaíonn Louise Bheag agus Benjamin trasna an Atlantaigh sa tóir ar a n-athair, an foghlaí mara clúiteach Captaen Roc. Tar éis an Mhuir Chairb a chuardach, tagann siad air faoi dheireadh agus, cé go bhfuil ríméad orthu teacht air, fágann sé ina dhiaidh iad ag obair i dtabhairne An Ochtapas Dubh. Ach tá an bheirt ag éirí tuirseach den síorobair agus glanadh agus ag faire ar an gcéad deis a thabharfadh chun farraige iad!

Sa tsraith nua úrscéalta seo do léitheoirí óga castar deartháir agus deirfiúr deich mbliana d’aois orainn, Benjamin agus Louise Bheag. Tar éis bhás a máthar, fágann an bheirt Páras agus téann siad sa tóir ar a n-athair. Cailín aerach í Louise Bheag. Is fearr léi an claíomh ná an tsnáthaid fhuála. Ní saighdiúir ar bith é Benjamin. Is mó suim atá aige siúd i leabhair agus i léarscáileanna mara.

Bratach na gCnámh 6: San Ochtapas Dubh
Louise Bheag and Benjamin have crossed the Atlantic in search of their father, the infamous pirate Captain Roc, and finally, after sailing across the Caribeen Sea, they free their father in a Spanish prison in Veracruz. The twins are delighted to have found their father, but he leaves them to work in a tavern, An tOchtapas Dubh while he sets sail again. But the twins are getting tired of the constant working and scrubbing, and they are waiting for the ?rst opportunity to head for the open sea again!

The Caribeen Sea, 1660. After the death of their mother, Louise Bheag and Benjamin are sent to an orphanage in Paris. Louise Bheag is an unruly girl; she prefers the sword to the darning needle. And Benjamin is no soldier; he prefers books and sea charts. Together, they decide to run away from the orphanage and to go to sea in search of their father – knowing only that he is the captain of a ship away at sea.

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Weight 202 g
Dimensions 180 × 138 × 7 mm

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