Pirate's Guide to First Grade

Pirate's Guide to First Grade

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Arr! It's the first day of first grade, and it's all hands on deck for a young pirate and his crew. How much trouble can they get into? What will they do at recess? And, most important, what treasure awaits them at school?

Publisher: New York : Feiwel & Friends, 2010
ISBN: 9780312369286
Branch Call Number: PRE
Characteristics: unpaged
Additional Contributors: Ruth, Greg

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CRRL_CraigGraziano Jun 25, 2015

The text, all in pirate talk, might be a bit distancing at first, but with a glossary in the back and the clear illustrations, I think most young first mates will be able to figure out what’s going on. A parent could even make up a game with their child, figuring out what “Gangway me hearties!” could possibly mean.

Read more at: http://www.librarypoint.org/pirates_guide_first_grade_preller

vernessa7 Jun 12, 2013

it is very adventurous by michael

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miracle2007
Aug 20, 2012

i didnt really like this book because im not in grade 1 yet

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SaHa
Jul 10, 2011

i liked that what ever the boy did the pirates would do.

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22950009541673
Nov 17, 2010

Funny. You have to read the pictures, too.

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vernessa7 Jun 12, 2013

vernessa7 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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vernessa7 Jun 12, 2013

a first grader pretends to a pirate on the bus and in school and he does that by pretending the school bus is a pirate ship and in school he pretends to find treasure which was a book called treasure island. by michael

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