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The Pirate's Parrot

The Pirate s Parrot Poor Captain Cur Hard pressed to help their grouchy captain his crew scrambles to find a replacement bird and eyepiece But the substitute parrot they come up with is a teddy bear Thank goodness Capti

  • Title: The Pirate's Parrot
  • Author: Lyn Rossiter McFarland Jim McFarland
  • ISBN: 9781582460147
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Poor Captain Cur Hard pressed to help their grouchy captain, his crew scrambles to find a replacement bird and eyepiece But the substitute parrot they come up with is a teddy bear Thank goodness Captian Cur s eyesight is so bad.

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    1. This is my all-time favorite pirate story! So cute!! A pirate's parrot dies, and his desperate crew, anxious to avoid being punished, give him a teddy bear instead and hide his monocle to keep him from finding out the deception. Will it work? It's a must-read! I had to buy my own copy of this one.


    2. The Pirate's Parrot is a charming little read-aloud for preschoolers or younger grades. Besides the clever pirate names, captivating illustrations and humorous dialogue, this story has the added twist of a teddy bear filling in for the absentee parrot. What will happen when the ship's captain finds out his crew has duped him with such a cuddly substitute? And what about Barr; she finds herself rather liking her new position as ship's beady-eyed buzzard. I can't imagine too many little boys -- or [...]


    3. I got a laugh or two out of this book because of its absurdity. (I think that was the idea.) It can be considered a little violent, but it IS a book about pirates. This could work in the K-5 storytime, especially with the water theme this summer. But if I get the younger end of the group, it might be a little scary or gross for them. If I get the older end, they could think it just ridiculous and not in the funny way. I don't know. I do think Barr is pretty cute. The rest of the illustrations we [...]


    4. Pirates are all the rage at our house right now. This is probably the cutest pirate book I have ever read! I loved it! It is about a teddy bear who becomes the pirate's parrot. Super fun read.



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