A boy and his dog set sail in search of treasure, braving stormy seas, mountains snowy and cold, the forest where the monkeys swing, the swamp where the bullfrogs sing, and other challenging obstacles, before finally reaching the end of their quest—the treasure of Pirate Frank. But there’s a surprise in store when they discover that Pirate Frank is a girl. And no one is going to steal her treasure!
The expansive trim size, convenient for group sharing, features a sentence per page, crafted by Peet, the late author known for his YA fiction, and Graham, his widow and collaborator, while New Zealand artist Tuya contributes bright, stylized digital pictures to make for an awesome adventure. —Booklist
A delightfully fun and cumulatively repetitive story, The Treasure of Pirate Frank is charged with imagination in every good way. —Kendal A. Rautzhan’s "Books to Borrow"
A lightweight quest with a climactic surprise. —Kirkus Reviews