Story 6 - Episodes 11 & 12 - Pirate Adventure
Books Mentioned in this Podcast
Jack, Zach and Caspar build a ship and set sail on an imaginary adventure. They chase after pirates, but a storm wrecks their ship and leaves them on a deserted island where they come fact to face with the pirates! Ages 3 to 5
Meet Captain Rex and his band of dinosaur pirates who sail the seas in search of buried treasure. A delightful story about creativity and problem-solving. Ages 5+.
An intrepid team of dinosaur pirates goes in search of buried treasure, but they are ambushed by a band of marauding baddy-irates! Ages 2 to 5.
While his parents set up their beach blankets, Jeremy Jacob joins a band or pirates. The pirate life sounds like fun as long as he can get back in time for soccer practice. Ages 4 to 8.
When three friends use a magic book to travel through time, they find themselves face-to-face with the notorious pirate, Blackbeard. Ages 7 to 10.
Pirate Pete has a wonderful ship, but no crew. He interviews potential crew members, but keeps giving them the boot. Ages 4 to 8.
Perfect for young pirate fans, this book includes a CD recording and endnotes on pirate ships, pirates from all over the world, and famous pirates. Ages 4 to 7.
Renowned children's-book artist Michael Hague has brought the amazing adventures of Peter Pan to life. His beautiful illustrations capture the wild, seductive power of this classic book.
In this nonfiction companion to the Magic Treehouse book by Will Osborne and Mary Pope, kids can find out more about what pirate life was really like. A magic tree house takes Jack and Annie to a deserted island where they discover a talking parrot named Polly who warns them off the island. Ages 6 to 9.
Lives of the Pirates by Kathleen Krull (DK Children). A close-up look at the colorful and cruel lives of real life pirates. Ages 8 to 12.
A great book about some of the most notorious pirates of all time. Ages 8 to 12.