International Talk Like a Pirate Day

Ahoy, me hearties!  September 19th be International Talk Like a Pirate Day!  Here lies some library treasure for your swashbuckling enjoyment!  Arrrrrrrrr!   

Pirate Picture Books
 
   Captain Jack and the Pirates  

Captain Jack and the Pirates

When brave mariners Jack, Zack and Caspar build a galleon then set off on an imaginary adventure at sea, they face pirates, a storm, and a shipwreck.​
   How I Became a Pirate

How I Became a Pirate

Jeremy Jacob joins Braid Beard and his pirate crew and finds out about pirate language, pirate manners, and other aspects of their life.​
 
Good PIrate

Good Pirate

The sea pup is still under pressure to fit in, this time by abandoning her love for fancy things. When the rest of the crew is captured by Captain Fishmonger's mangy pirate cats, Augusta gets the chance to show just what a well-dressed, sweet-smelling, clever pup can do.​
Pirasaurs
Pirasaurs!
A crew of pirate dinosaurs sails the open sea, looks for treasure, and inducts a new recruit, who's having some trouble feeling like part of a team. When a rival group of pirate dinosaurs attacks, though, it's up to the newest pirasaur to save the day.

 
Pirate's Perfect Pet

Pirate's Perfect Pet

Pirates, pets and puns run amok as a swaggering but softhearted captain swashbuckler embarks on a daring quest to find a perfect animal sidekick.​
Pirate Pete's Talk Like a Pirate

Pirate Pete's Talk Like a Pirate

In search of a crew, Pirate Pete and his parrot look for "stanky scallywags" who possess certain conversational skills.

Pirate Easy Readers
 
    Stinky Spike the Pirate Dog

Stinky Spike the Pirate Dog

When Spike finds himself adrift at sea he is rescued by a crew of surly pirates, who spend their days hunting for treasure. Spike knows that he was meant to sniff out treasure, but his sense of smell leads him to some unusual treasure.
     Pigsticks and Harold and the Pirate Treasure

Pigsticks and Harold and

the Pirate Treasure
Tuptown is in trouble! The evil Sir Percival Snout claims that the whole town belongs to him and wants to knock everything down. Pigsticks and Harold need a fortune to buy it back, and fast. Luckily, Pigsticks' great-great-grandpig was a pirate, and his buried treasure has never been found. Can Pigsticks and Harold track down the treasure in time?​
 
  Poppy the Pirate Dog

Poppy the Pirate Dog

Looking forward to spending a seaside vacation with her family and sharing an adventure on the open sea as a fierce pirate dog, Poppy the Dalmatian loses her courage in the face of numerous bobbing boats, splashing waves, and scary sea creatures.​
Pirate Mom

Pirate Mom
When a hypnotist convinces Pete's mother that she is a pirate, Pete tries to find a way to turn her back into a regular parent.​


True tales about Pirates
 
Modern Pirates

Modern Pirates
For thousands of years, criminals called pirates have taken to the sea to hijack boats, steal valuable goods, and take hostages. Todays pirates are more advanced than ever before, able to quickly overtake huge ships using powerful weapons and high-tech communication devices. Readers will find out what effect piracy has on the world today and what government and law enforcement agencies around the world are doing to stop it.
Pirates and Shipwrecks

Pirates and Shipwrecks
Each of the true tales in Pirates and Shipwrecks, including stories about pirate Barbarossa and adventurer John Franklin, is paired with interesting facts about the setting, industry, and time period.

 
Do You Want to be a Pirate?

Do You Want to Be a Pirate?

Describes the job requirements, training, physical demands, compensation, and daily life of a pirate of the Spanish Main.​
Pirates Ahoy!

Pirates Ahoy!

Take a look inside a captain's quarters, meet the dastardly crew and find out why they all loved to eat turtles in this warts-and-all version of pirate life according to Simon Abbott. Packed with fun facts and real-life historical figures, this book comes with its own list of pirate words and detailed spreads showing the ins and outs of life on the high seas.​



 
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