Tag Archives: pirates

Brightest Star in the North

For young fans of pirates and swashbuckling tales, this novel centered around the new character of Carina Smith from Dead Men Tell No Tales is the perfect read to introduce children to the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise. The … Continue reading

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Pirate Hunters

Recently I was in a Peter Pan/piratey mood and was consuming a great deal of literature on those two topics. I found the first two books of this series at the library and found them to be fun and well-paced … Continue reading

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The Jack Sparrow Handbook

Ever wanted to be a pirate? Have you ever thought about pillaging and gaining gold? Even if you’re only a fan of pirate movies, this wonderful book is a must-read for fans of the buccaneering life. In this delightful book … Continue reading

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The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates: The Terror of the Southlands

Caroline Carlson is at it again with her new book, continuing the fabulous adventure of Hilary Westfield. After earning her title as a member of the Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates (the VNHLP for short) and the Terror of … Continue reading

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The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates: Magic Marks the Spot

In this enchanting novel from Caroline Carlson, pirates and magic are every day life! Full of adventure and funny quips, this is a must read. Hilary Westfield has always wanted to be a pirate; she can tie any knot, tread … Continue reading

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