Monday, September 14, 2009

Read Like a Pirate




I shall set the mood for a week of piracy with some good pirate book recommendations.

There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away.
~Emily Dickinson



Blaze's favorite pirate books:









A Classic Family Read-aloud Book:

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My Favorite Pirate Books:

Non-Fiction:

Young Adult Novels (maybe 14 yrs. and up)



Adult Fiction:


If you have a favorite pirate book that is not included here, please add it to the "comments" ( please include what age group it would be best suited for).


2 comments:

PisecoMom said...

We love the sequel to How I Became a Pirate - Pirates Don't Change Diapers! We also love Matt McElligott's picture books about Backbeard the Pirate.

A favorite book for slightly older kids (my 2 1/2 year old doesn't enjoy it but my 7 year old does) is the Barefoot Book of Pirates, which in most editions comes with an audio cd.

Ula said...

Non-fiction adult books about pirates that are good are. Howard Pyle's book of pirates, though its historical accuracy is questionable it is a fun read with very famous illustrations. Another good one is Captain Johnson's General History of Pirates. My favorite at the moment though is The Buccaneers of America is an amazing book because it was written by someone who was actually there. A rare first hand account of how pirates really lived.

Crafty Crow