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    Pirate Pete

    Pirate Pete

    by Kim Kennedy and Doug Kennedy

    "Where there's gold, I'm a-goin'!" Pirate Pete declares. So when he hears the Queen has discovered a treasure map, he must have it.

    With the map in hand, Pete and his parrot hit the high seas, destined for the X that marks the spot. Along the way, however, Pete cannot pass up a chance to plunder gold. He set ashore at Candy Island, Clover Island, Sleepy Island and Dragon Island. But where is all the gleaming booty?

    This humorous tale, brought to life through vibrant, lush oil paintings, will have children giggling for gold!

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    How I Became a Pirate

    How I Became a Pirate

    by Melinda Long and David Shannon

    Jeremy is on a beach vacation with his family, when -- shiver me timbers! -- a band of pirates shows up and invites him to come along on their voyage. Jeremy is thrilled to learn about life as a swashbuckling pirate. But after they've buried a treasure and sung sea chanteys, he realizes what's missing when the pirates refuse to tuck him in at night or read a bedtime story. By story's end, Jeremy realizes there's no place like home!

    Fun Factor
    Complete with jolly scenes of scar-faced pirates by a Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator, Jeremy's experiences will inspire fantasy play.

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    How I Became a Pirate
    Ages 3-7 $16.00

The Pirate's Plot

Author: Ellen Miles

Interest Level:
3-5

Lexile Framework:
710L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.9

Guided Reading Level:
P

Age:
7-10

Genre:
Adventure, Series

Subject:
Travel and Vacations, School Life, Cleverness, Creativity and Imagination

About This Book

Mr. Taylor is the new teacher in Leo's class, and he has a special knack for spinning a yarn. He can build an intriguing plot around any selection of items that his students choose. A pirate ship, a brass key, a six-toed cat, a hunk of cheese, and a mop. That's all it takes for Mr. Taylor to capture his students' imaginations and prove the power of a story.

This time, Mr. Taylor tells them the tale of a boy trapped on a pirate's ship. The boy stows away on a rig headed for the high seas, and he finds himself deep in adventure.


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