Pirate Books for Kids of All Ages

Did you know that September 19th is International Talk Like a Pirate Day? What was originally a joke between friends in 1995 has turned into an international phenomenon.

Children of all ages are fascinated by pirates and there are lots of fun pirate books for kids that would be perfect for this fun holiday

Pirate Books for Kids of All Ages

Pirate Books for Kids of All Ages

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Pirate Picture Books

Young children can help a bumbling pirate crew capture all of the letters of the alphabet in Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC from June Sobel.

Do you have what it takes to be part of Pirate Pete’s crew? Find out in Pirate Pete’s Talk like a Pirate from Kim Kennedy.

My First Pirate Book from Struan Reid introduces young children to the world of pirates in simple board book form.

Fans of The Underpants Books will get a big kick out of the pirate antics in Pirates Love Underpants from Claire Freedman.

In Pirates Go to School from Corinne Demas, all sorts of silliness goes on when they hang up their swords.

Even babies and toddlers can learn all about pirates in That’s Not My Pirate from Fiona Watt and Rachel Wells.

Pirate Chapter Books

Fans of the Magic Tree House series will love following along as Jack and Annie are whisked away on a pirate adventure in Pirates Past Noon from Mary Pope Osborne.

In Magic Marks the Spot from Caroline Carlson, the first book in the Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates series, Hilary goes on all sorts of exciting adventures in her quest to become a pirate.

Older pirate fans will love the abundance of treasures found in Pirateology from Captain William Lubber.

In The Curse of Snake Island (Pirate School #1) from Brian James, a group of pirates in training heads out on adventures in the hopes of earning the respect of the pirates in charge.

The DK Eyewitness books are always full of amazing detail and gorgeous illustrations and Pirate from Richard Platt is no exception.

Older and younger readers alike will enjoy the beautiful stories in the Illustrated Pirate Stories from Usborne.

Pirate Activity Books

There are over 450 stickers of pirate fun in this Pirate Sticker Book from Fiona Watt.

1001 Pirate Things to Spot from Rob Lloyd Jones will keep pirate fans busy for hours.

Children can help the pirates dress up in all of their swashbuckling gear in Sticker Dressing Pirates from Kate Davies.

What’s your favorite pirate book for kids?


Looking for some more pirate fun? Then be sure to check out the other wonderful posts in the Pirate Blog Hop hosted by Peakle Pie.

Pirate Blog Hop 2015

Backyard Pirate Treasure Hunt (Map) – Umbrella Tree Cafe

DIY Pirate Vest & Patch – Play Dough & Popsicles

Toilet paper roll pirates – Just Another Mom

Set Sail with this DIY Pirate Boat – The Resourceful Mama

It’s a Pirate’s Life for Me – Study at Home Mama

Pirates Love Underpants Sensory Bin – Adventures of Adam

Free Pirate Play Dough Mats Numbers 1-10 – Life Over C’s

Pirate Science: Fool’s Gold, Parrots and Shipwrecks! – Share it! Science News

Pirate Colouring Pages – In The Playroom

Treasure Chest Craft – Messy Little Monster

How Did Pirates Navigate? How to Read a Map – Schooling a Monkey

Pirate Preschool Printable – Living Life and Learning

How to Make Some Great Pirate Flags – Witty Hoots

Perfect Parrot Masks for Pirate Day Fun – Peakle Pie

Pirate Perler Bead Patterns – Brain Power Boy

Going on a Pirate Treasure Hunt – Play & Learn Everyday

Pirate Treasure Math Printables – Kidz Activities

Treasure Alphabet Match – The Kindergarten Connection

Make Your Own Pirate Map – My Little Poppies

Treasure Map Grid Activity – My Little Poppies

Make Your Own Map and Treasure HuntMy Little Poppies

Create a FLOATING Pirate Ship! – Milk and Cuddles

Pirate Puppet Craft -Sugar Aunts

Hidden Treasure Cupcakes – Emmy’s Mummy

Non Scary Pirate Books and Movies – Edventures with Kids

Gold Nuggets – Kelly’s Classroom

Fizzing Pirate Treasure Adventure – Preschool Powol Packets

Make Your Own Pirate Treasure – The Gingerbread House

Pirate Sensory Bin – Life with Moore Babies

DIY Pirate Ship and Pirate Movie Night -CraftCreateCalm

 

 

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