Arrrrgh! Ahoy, Good Reads!
Published on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - 3:01pm
Ahoy, ye mateys! Talk Like a Pirate Day approaches quicker than a pair of landlubbers to a beach. So in order to fully commemorate this very solemn holiday, I have assembled a scurvy bunch of seafaring tales for ye. So slap on your eye patch and peg leg for a salty barrel full of pirate fun.
|Pirates Don't Change Diapers by Melinda Long. Call Number : E Long. We have to mention this tale
of a boy and his vast baby-swaddling adventures. Buried treasure and an X marks the dirty diaper.
|Pirates Past Noon by Mary Pope Osborne.
Call Number: J Osborne. Ahoy! Magic Treehouse Avast!
Beware of the exciting plot twists in this fun fact-filled series.
|Bubble Bath Pirates by Jarrett Krosoczka. Call Number: E Krosoczka. Everyone loves a clean pirate! This book is full of seafaring bubbly fun.|
by J.M. Barrie. Call Number: J Barrie. That scurvy flying boy, Peter Pan somehow outwits the great Captain Hook in this tale. But never fear, there's still plenty of pirate fun aplenty in this story.
|Shiver Me Letters: a Pirate ABC by June Sobel. Call Number: E Sobel. Every good pirate needs to know his
letters! This book is good enough to enlighten all young deck swabbers on the alphabet.
|How to Be a Pirate by John Malam Call
Number: 910.45 Malam. Not every pirate knows off the bat how to swab the deck. So for those who need some good ole fashion
facts, this book will give you all you need to know about being a sailor of the seven seas.
Roger, the Jolly Pirate by Brett Helquist Call Number: E Heliquist. You can't but love Roger, even if he's the most terrible pirate that ever walked the plank! At least he still wins out in the end!
Have a happy Talk Like a Pirate Day, full of deck swabbing and walking the plank. Avast ye mateys!