James, Elizabeth, and Emily find themselves stranded on the enchanted island of Tortuga—where the children of pirates live while their parents are off roaming the high seas.
The siblings must band together with a motley crew of orphan pirates-in-training to plan a dangerous rescue mission that takes them from shark-infested waters to explosive battles on the high seas to the brink of Davy Jones’s Locker . . . not to mention a sneaky search for the most legendary pirate treasure of all time.
Search for the Phantom Lady is the first instalment in the Joneses and the Pirateers series. Book Two – Escape from San Lazaro – is coming soon, so keep a weather eye on the night sky …
Every Doubloon Counts
“By order of Sophia and Emily, all profits from sales of Search for the Phantom Lady will go to charities for real lost children.”
While it is true that you don’t make a fortune from selling one book, it is also true that every doubloon counts! The Joneses and the Pirateers is all about lost children, and each of the Swashbuckling Nay On Impossible Adventurers has a secret, nay-on-impossible mission they just gotta do. Our not-so-secret mission for The Joneses and the Pirateers is to make it count. This means that all royalties from book sales of Search for the Phantom Lady will go to charities for lost children.
We are thrilled to start by supporting Project Futures, an organisation which focuses on giving hope by transforming lives of children (and women) affected by human trafficking and slavery. By purchasing this book, you can help give hope to lost children, too.
You can find out more about the work Project Futures does here: https://projectfutures.com/
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A magical pirate adventure for all ages
News and Updates
Thank you to The Children’s Book Review for their wonderful, dedicated review of The Joneses and the Pirateers – Search…
Thank you Fiona Craig, Alicia Albury and the wonderful women at Smart Women Connect, for story sharing, networking and supporting…
Thank you Ella for your book review in Kookie, and for those of you who have 8-12 year old girls…