Even if you cannot be a pirate in real life you can talk like one since there is an official talk like a pirate day, which is on September 19.
Children’s author Carole P. Roman knows the perfect pirate language when she created the Captain No Beard stories for children. There’s a new character Roman created in Strangers on the High Seas with Cabin Girl Cayla joining the crew of the Flying Dragon, which Captain No Beard is not happy with since he feels he becomes responsible for her welfare. However, it’s Cayla in the end that saves the day, which the moral of the story is not to judge a book by its cover.
So, practice those ARRRRR, Mateys, walking the plank and reading your little pirates Strangers on the High Seas by Carole P. Roman, which is recommended for children between the ages of four through eight and 32 pages long in plank paper.
The illustrations are colorful and cute. Polly Parrot is adorable with a bandana around its head. The expressions on the dolphins are delightful. And Linus the Lion is amusing when he puts a clothespin on his nose to hinder a bad odor.
Thanks to the author Carole P. Roman for a complimentary copy of the book Strangers on the High Seas for an honest review, a charming fourth entry in the Captain No Beard series, which I cannot wait until the next book.
For more information on author Carole P. Roman and her books, please visit her website at www.caroleproman.com.
For more information on talking like a pirate day, please visit their website at www.talklikeapirate.com.
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