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Children's Books about Pirates

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Reviews of Pirate Picture Books for Your Little Buccaneer

Beach weather is upon us and with that pirate season. Argh! Last year my parents and kids went on a "real" pirate ship, thanks to Pirate Voyages in New Jersey. After sailing the open sea (or at least the bay), "fighting" another pirate and drinking lots of "grog," both of them were committed to a life at sea, at least for an hour.

There's a Book for That

Pirateria written and illustrated by Calef Brown was our BLG book this week read by the very talented Bill who read sections in a very believable piratey "accent." This was one fun book and a very amusing read aloud experience! Bill started off with the title and immediately one child remarked that the title sounded a lot like "bacteria."

Plattekill Library Book Blog

Because we will be celebrating Talk Like a Pirate Day (we make our celebration last a week!) every year from now on, I've decided to make our own Pirate Book Page! Enjoy! Pirate themed books (childrens) Henry and the Buccaneer Bunnies by Carolyn Crimi Captain Barnacle Black Ear, baddest of the Buccaneer Bunnies, is ashamed of his book-loving son, Henry, until the day a great storm approaches.

Mild-Mannered Librarian

Every self-respecting Geek knows that International Talk Like a Pirate Day is on September 19th, and even though my pirate accent is absolutely terrible (it turns Southern about midway through, kids don't seem to notice) this week's entries are going to be about Pirates! First up, my favorite storytime, read-aloud Pirate books.

Pirate Picture Books Ahoy!

Just how child-friendly are pirates? Given the horrific headlines about actual pirates off the coast of Somalia, isn't it odd that parents happily read bedtime stories about the descendants of Long John Silver and eagerly look forward to the day when their preschoolers will be old enough to watch "Pirates of the Caribbean" on DVD?

Challenging the Bookworm Blog

ARRRRRRRRR me matey! Today is International Talk Like a Pirate Day! Never heard of it? Where is your pirate spirit? It's an excuse to celebrate all things pirate, and a great theme for story times that will draw the sprogs (errr... I mean boys and girls) into the library.