No Pirates Allowed! Said Library Lou

Greene, Rhonda Gowler

Book - 2013
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
No Pirates Allowed! Said Library Lou
Big Pirate Pete's treasure map has led him to Seabreezy Library, where Library Lou must convince him that the true treasure is the books.

Publisher: Ann Arbor, MI : Sleeping Bear Press, c2013.
ISBN: 1585367966
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,24 x 29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Ajhar, Brian


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Aug 07, 2013

One day the peace and calm of the Seabreezy Library were shattered when Big Pirate Pete and his parrot, Igor, stormed through the door. “Whar be the treasure? X marks this spot! We’ll dig up the loot an’ steal all that ye’ve got!”
Readers trembled and hid behind bookshelves. Only Library Lou had the bravery to reprimand the noisy pirate, and only when he spoke in a quieter, more polite voice did she allow him to stay in the library.
Then she agreed to help him find the library treasure.
Her first request for the smelly pirate was that he return home to take a bath and change his stinky clothes. He did.
The following day, Library Lou began to teach Pirate Pete the “code” necessary to find the treasure. She taught him the letters of the alphabet and how to form words with those letters. She taught him how to sound out words and how to read them.
Pirate Pete practiced faithfully every evening. He read Dr. Seuss’s books, the Frog and Toad books, and Treasure Island. He read about the sea, dinosaurs, insects, Mars and electric guitars – and he found that he enjoyed reading so much that he almost forgot about the treasure … almost!
One evening, Pirate Pete suddenly realized what the library’s “treasure” really was, and he realized that Library Lou had already helped him to find it.
The very next day, Pirate Pete and his parrot, Igor, went to the library to thank Library Lou … and to borrow some more treasure!

This entertaining story of a spunky librarian and a rowdy pirate is told in rhyming text and illustrated with colourful, expressive art.


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