Los piratas del Caribe y el triángulo de las Bermudas

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When Tito and his father set sail from Florida to Maryland, they have no idea that their decision to pass through the Bermuda Triangle could completely change the course of their voyage, not to mention the course of their entire lives! They soon discover that rough seas and bad weather are the least of their worries, as they become entangled in a sinister plan to control the world and subsequently become the target of Henry Morgan and his band of pirates. Will they escape from the Triangle and from the pirates, and save their new friend, Carlos, in the process?

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Total word count: 8100
Unique word count: 280


  • 280 unique words; total word count: 8100
  • 88 pages of text
  • written in past tense
  • Neutral Spanish 
  • setting: Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda Triangle

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Author: Carol Gaab & Christine Tiday
Year of publication: 2012
Number of pages: 115 (including glossary)
ISBN: 978-1-935575-64-1
Illustrated: by Irene Jiménez Casasnovas
| Johanna 04-02-2019 17:31

Uitgebreid verhaal over avonturen op zee in een zeilboot. Met heel veel herhalingen. Zowel woorden als situaties komen telkens weer terug. De eerste helft van het boek is daardoor spannender dan de tweede helft.

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