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Beware: if you pick your nose and eat it, you might be stolen by pirates. Don’t do it, kids. You might end up in an adventure full of swords, bears, dukes and treasure maps. Like Peter Pan – but scarier. You’ve been warned. Mabel Jones kept picking her nose although grown-ups told her not to. Now she’s been dragged off in a sack to the dark place where those naughty kids go. (We hope you’re not one.) She’s aboard a stinky old pirate ship with a wolf for a captain. He has a false leg carved from a thighbone. Ugh. And a big rusty cutlass. Yikes.

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Date published

June 4th, 2015

Lexile measure

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Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.2; Middle years; 4.0 points

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  • 304 pages


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  1. Hayley 113303

    on 10 January 2016

    I found this book totally awesome!!!!!!!!!!! I recommend this book for children who like evil plots, hilarious characters and myserious mysteries. The unlikely adventures of Mabel Jones is jam packed with exiting moments, suspenceful cliffhangers and scheming crooks that are sure to have you chewing on your fingernails until they look utterly horrid.

    By Lyla

    5out of 5