The Pirate Jamboree

The Pirate Jamboree A fun rhyming swashbuckling read aloud from Mark Teague Join Blackbeard Johnson Eyepatch Sue Cap n Gunderboom Peg Leg Jones and as they set their sails for a rousing pirate adventure They arrive

  • Title: The Pirate Jamboree
  • Author: Mark Teague
  • ISBN: 9780545632218
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A fun, rhyming, swashbuckling read aloud from Mark Teague Join Blackbeard Johnson, Eyepatch Sue, Cap n Gunderboom, Peg Leg Jones, and as they set their sails for a rousing pirate adventure They arrive on their pirate ships, plunder treasure, topple a table, and fire cannons during the pirate jamboree.The pirate adventures come to a close when the S.S CLEAN YOUR ROOMA fun, rhyming, swashbuckling read aloud from Mark Teague Join Blackbeard Johnson, Eyepatch Sue, Cap n Gunderboom, Peg Leg Jones, and as they set their sails for a rousing pirate adventure They arrive on their pirate ships, plunder treasure, topple a table, and fire cannons during the pirate jamboree.The pirate adventures come to a close when the S.S CLEAN YOUR ROOM arrives and playtime is over, but ahoy tomorrow will bring another day, another tale, another pirate jamboree

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    One thought on “The Pirate Jamboree”

    1. Wow! Some of the reviews from parents about this book are just way too serious. Hey parents.Stop taking it so serious! Relax! It's not a great book, but it's a bit of fun and makes for some good quality time with the kid(s).

    2. A group of kids pretend to be pirates. We get introductions to the different Pirate alter-egos, then only one page of pirate jamboree before Mom shows up in the SS Clean Your Room, followed by goodbyes. I would have liked to see more jamboree-ing. But what I got was cute. I particularly love image of the deck of the pirate ship laid out with pretzels and juice boxes.

    3. A boy and his friends pretend to be pirates on a pirate ship, until his mother shows up and tells him to clean his room. Overall, I found this book to be lacking in adventure.

    4. What is a pirate? My brief definition is: a criminal with a boat.If you accept this definition, then perhaps you will agree with me that pirates are not appropriate subject matter for children’s books. Having this belief I do not usually read children’s pirate stories. However, this one was put in front of me, so here is my review.Had this book been about some other subject matter I have to say I would have liked it. It shows kids playing at being someone they are not. The reader will know t [...]

    5. Nothing exceptional, but still cute. Mark Teague illustrations are always well done. There isn't a ton of adventure, per se, in the story, just a group of neighborhood kids getting together to pretend they are pirates. The rhyming is fluid, good for read-alouds, and would make a good addition to a pirate story time.

    6. I've always enjoyed Mark Teague books (Ike series!) and I was happy that he entered the pirate genre in my collection. I enjoyed this one, although it wasn't up there (for me) with some of his other great books. The students loved picking this one up, however, and enjoyed it for a quick, fun read aloud during our pirate themed week!

    7. Cute story written in playful, rhyming verse. Colorful illustrations will catch young readers' attention. Opportunities to teach the purpose of apostrophes and to teach inferring and using context clues (illustrations) to figure out unknown words.

    8. Cute story about children dressed as pirates who have a grand old time imagining themselves on the seas. Fun rhymes should make this an entertaining read for storytimes.

    9. Rhyming pirate story with cute illustrations. It is interesting but the ending falls flat. It's just an OK book - not great. Recommended K-2.

    10. Another really great picture book by an author I am coming to enjoy more and more! I loved how this volume had a great, jumping fun rhyme that gave you different characters. As an adult reading this book, I actually chuckled a bit! I found it delightful the way that the book showed the children viewing the world through their imaginative play.

    11. What a fun Adventure for a pirate loving crew. This is a journey that begins on a seemingly normal morning, during what should be a seemingly normal routine. The Pirate Jamboree takes through what it might be like to live in the imagination of every young child making it through daily tasks. From lining up, brotherly team work, and rotten girls. They all team up in this adventure that takes us through the day with a pirate theme. Bedroom ruckus, missiles splattering on a wall a mess is sure to b [...]

    12. Ahoy, mates! This colorful picture book shows a neighborhood awash in pirates as several youngsters converge on one boy's yard to play. Naturally, each of them has a name worthy of pirates, and Peg Leg Jones is the host for this gathering. There are all sorts of imaginative games, swashbuckling, grappling, plundering, roaring, and a good time is had by all. But sadly, all that fun comes to a stop when "the dreaded Mrs. Jones" (Peg Leg's mother) shuts down the fun and insists on his cleaning his [...]

    13. A fun, rhyming, swashbuckling read-aloud from Mark Teague! Join Blackbeard Johnson, Eyepatch Sue, Cap'n Gunderboom, Peg Leg Jones, and more as they set their sails for a rousing pirate adventure! They arrive on their pirate ships, plunder treasure, topple a table, and fire cannons during the pirate jamboree. The pirate adventures come to a close when the S.S. CLEAN YOUR ROOM arrives and playtime is over, but ahoy -- tomorrow will bring another day, another tale, another pirate jamboree!Subject: [...]

    14. Christopher picked out The Pirate Jamboree from the school library this week. I told him to pick books he actually wanted to read because his selections from last week never got read.This book was OK. It was one of those books that describes all of the characters (in awkward rhymes) but doesn't really tell much of a story. I think younger kids (ages 2-4) would have enjoyed it more. I was very bored, and Christopher flipped through the Pokemon book he'd selected the whole time I was readingmsradi [...]

    15. The kids in this story sure do have good imaginations- they all have very clever pirate names and unique pirate ships. The pictures are very expressive and convey the story well. My favorite is when the S.S.Clean Your Room ship sails into view and the kid pirates know that its all over! I love the pictures even more than the actual story told in verse. Its a good story but the pictures are so fun!

    16. The poetic verses roll like sea waves, poking fun at piratisms. Young pirates will eagerly join in, just not too much we hope. ’Tis the perfect way to celebrate the dreary days of summer. Teague’s artwork is bright and draws the reader’s eyes with treasures galore to find. They capture the essence of rascally piratitude . . . not to mention danger lurking near.

    17. Neighborhood kids converge on one kid's "pirate ship" for the afternoon's jamboree until the dreaded SS Clean Your Room shows up to break up the party. The adventure on the high seas will continue tomorrow!

    18. I like the pictures better than the story. The story is a standard one of an adventure that children imagine. And while this is cute and fun, the illustrations take that story and put it over the edge. Really, very cute.

    19. This was a very cute picture book. I loved the word choice, and art. The end was a great surprise twist.It's a good picture book for a slightly older elementary crowd- 3rd grade and up. Definitely recommend.

    20. Ah, the enemy is a dowdy mom holding a broom and wearing an apron. What a very contemporary view of a mother. Snooze.

    21. Kids from the neighborhood "crave adventure" and "buckle swash" in this pirate tale which is sure to delight us all!

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