S: You Arrrh a Pirate!
FC: You Arrrh a Pirate! a Puzzling book by
1: Illustrations by
2: Do what you want ’cause a pirate is free, you arrrrrh a pirate! Yar – har – fiddle-dee-dee, being a pirate is all right to be! Do what you want ’cause a pirate is free, you arrrrrh a pirate! You arrrrrh a pirate! (Yay!)
3: Lazytown Songs http://www.lazytowncenter.com/videos/lazy-town-songs/ | We got us a map (a map!) to lead us to a hidden box, Thats all locked up with locks (with locks!) and buried deep away. We'll dig up the box (the box!), we know it's full of precious booty Burst open the locks, and then we'll say 'HOORAY!' Weigh Anchor!
4: 10 Pirates puzzling. | ROFM ERTHE OT ERHE, NAD ERHE OT ERTHE NUFYN GNISTH RAE RYHWREEVEE, -RD ESUSS
6: 9 Pirates planning. | Connect the 9 dots using 4 straight lines without lifting the pencil from the paper. Think outside the square.
8: 8 Pirates playing. | Use 8 exactly 8 times to make 1000
10: 7 Pirates peering. | Using the numerals 1,7,7,7 and 7 create the number 100.
12: 6 Pirates plotting. | Add a symbol to the Roman Numeral IX to make the number 6.
14: Pirate Codes
15: Club Penguin
16: 5 Pirates pacing.
20: 4 Pirates pillaging. | Every row , column and mini grid must contain the numbers 1-4.
22: 3 Pirates partying.
24: 2 Pirates painting. | The number 2 is the only number that
26: 1 Pirate plundering.
30: See Dr Seuss
31: 5 Each letter has been moved forward in the alphabet a number of places. What is this key value? | The pirates ran | metres.
33: Acknowledgements To Graeme Base for sparking our enthusiasm.