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Pirates: Robbers of the High Seas

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Full-color artwork and a simple text chronicle the world of the pirates, detailing the exploits of such famous villains as Captain Kidd and Blackbeard, their battles on the high seas, and their lives aboard ship.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 1993 by Little Brown and Company (first published January 1st 1993)
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Casey Lindstrom
This was an interesting book with very elaborate illustrations. The book talked about the pirates and their ways of stealing treasures and robbing ships. It also goes on to talk about their treasures and where they were hidden and how people are still searching for them. At the end of the story it gives a list of famous pirates and their successes or failures.

The book is filled with factual information and includes dates an even names of pirates. The information was organized. It started with w
My boys love pirates. I don't so much. Don't get me wrong, they are fun, but most of the time books gloss over the fact that they were bloodthirsty murderers and plunderers. They didn't smell so hot and were not upstanding citizens of high morals. I don't know why we glorify them as we do. Getting off my soapbox now.

This was a fairly decent pirate book. It told what they did, and while not dwelling on the murdering per se, it did talk about the fact that they attacked and killed people for treas
A nonfiction book that is great to have in the classroom for young readers who may find interest in this topic and may spark their motivation to read.
My husband read this book to our 2 month old daughter and she smiled as she heard his voice while looking at the colors. Very cool book!
Some good sentences to use as patterns.
Good non-fiction book about pirates
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