LEGO Pirates: Brickbeard's Treasure (DK Readers)
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LEGO Pirates: Brickbeard's Treasure (DK Lego Readers)

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Introduces Captain Brickbeard's ship, his trusted crew, and his adventures to find and protect his treasure.
Paperback, 48 pages
Published February 21st 2011 by DK Publishing, Inc.
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midnightfaerie
My 5 yr old son loves Lego books and this was no exception. Although a pretty easy level 1 reading book, still, it was one he could read on his own while I did lessons with my twins. Any book that is interesting enough to capture the attention of my kids enough for them to want to read on their own is a big win in my book. Typical Lego pictures that were bright and colorful as well. The one difference with this one, which is a problem we have with all pirate books, is having to explain that "goo...more
Brad
Who doesn't love kids books as advertising propaganda?!
Buy LEGO, people, 'cause we have a cool Pirate character named Brickbeard who has a ship named the Bounty. Arrrrrr!
And while we're at it, let's do a little revisionist history. No raping or pillaging on the side of the Pirates (just a little jail breaking and innocuous treasure hunting on islands following maps). No mutiliation or bloody executions or hypocrisy on the side of the King's navy (just a little imprisonment and innocuous treaure...more
Alexis
LEGO is awesome, and if your child is into LEGO- this is a perfect way to use what they like as a way to get them interested in reading. Keep in mind- reading levels are set by publishers- not by teachers or librarians (so what's labeled "level 1" varies greatly and is usually not accurate). Use "The 5 Finger Rule" when selecting materials:
Open a book and start reading, for every word that is unknown or struggled over, hold up a finger on your hand. At the end of the page count the number of fin...more
Brittany
My son loves Legos and this was the first Lego book we read. He enjoyed it and was able to read along with me and NO, he didn't ask me to go out and buy the Legos in this book.

And yes, my son knows that pirates were and still are bad people, but come on people, this is a children's book! Did you really think that it would be realistic with how pirates really acted!?!?!




I suppose those of you who flipped out about this book are the same ones whose kids don't know who the Tooth Fairy and Santa are...more
Kim
i think what i liked least about this book, is that it totally LIES! it says its a number 1 book in the reading thing, meaning someone who can barely read should be able to read it, but the book was LONG, full of big words, that stephen stumbled over and i even got tounge tied a few times reading it to him
Danielle Walters


My 6 year old read this book twice as soon as we left the store and really enjoyed it.
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