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Let the Good Times Roll with Pirate Pete and Pirate Joe

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Let the good times roll! Pirate Pete and Pirate Joe are back in their second easy-to-read adventure--and this time they're going disco bowling! Disco dancing? In a bowling alley? These two silly pirates really know how to have fun, and now the mischievous Pirate Queen (also known as "Mommy") joins them. With its simple vocabulary, frequent repetition, and helpful visual cu ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 8th 2004 by Viking Juvenile
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Thankfully someone wrote pirate-themed early readers. They aren't awesome, but they make a nice change from precious pets. Ninjas would be good. Anything with violence or bodily fluids, really.
Amy Brown
Pirate Pete and Pirate Joe series. They decide to go with the Pirate Queen (mom) to bowl. Viking Easy-to-Read Level 3 AR 2.6
Diana Pettis
Three simple stories about pirates and their mom. Not very interesting. Wouldn't recommend.
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My name is Ann Edwards ("A. E.") Cannon, and I write books for young readers, as well as a weekly column for the Deseret News. I also teach creative writing and work as a bookseller at the famous King's English Bookshop in Salt Lake City. My husband, Ken, and I have five (count 'em) sons, two daughters-in-law, no grandchildren (not yet, anyway) two parakeets, one parrot, two cats, and two dogs. On ...more
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