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Steve Buckley
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Blackbear the Pirate

2.33  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Come along and join Blackbear the Pirate as he sails about upon the high seas in search of fun and excitement in his great pirate ship, the Annie. You will meet his all-baer pirate crew, including Calico, Izzy Paws, Le-Kidd, Barty and Bonnie. In this first swashbuckling tale, Blackbear sets sail ins earch of the cave of the great Pirate King, Bearfoot, who lives on the mys ...more
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Published January 1st 2010 by Seastory Press
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Jeffrey
Jan 22, 2011 Jeffrey rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: Children beginning to read on their own
Blackbear the Pirate is a very basic and repetitive story about a crew of pirate bears on a quest. Each character has one mood, one line they get to say each scene (with mild variation), and the story lacks vitality because of this repetition.

But that self-same repetition might be good for young readers and the art is pretty nice too. So it's not all bad, but not one an adult will find enjoyable.
Dalen
Nov 10, 2013 Dalen rated it it was ok
The 3D app with the book is great and could be starting something really exciting in children's books but the story itself is not that great. It is very repetitive and the dialog is forced. The ending of the story is lacking - it needed to be worked on to make it better.
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