Pirates Aren't Afraid of the Dark!

Pirates Aren t Afraid of the Dark Jack is so excited to spend the night in the backyard in his pirate tent His younger sister Lily who is pretending to be a fairy wants to stay in the tent too No way Jack snorts It will be spooky

  • Title: Pirates Aren't Afraid of the Dark!
  • Author: Maudie Powell-Tuck Alison Edgson
  • ISBN: 9781589251656
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jack is so excited to spend the night in the backyard in his pirate tent His younger sister, Lily, who is pretending to be a fairy, wants to stay in the tent, too No way Jack snorts It will be spooky and there will be scary sea monsters Lily continues to beg Jack to let her stay in the tent Pirates aren t afraid of the dark, he tells her, but fairies are No fJack is so excited to spend the night in the backyard in his pirate tent His younger sister, Lily, who is pretending to be a fairy, wants to stay in the tent, too No way Jack snorts It will be spooky and there will be scary sea monsters Lily continues to beg Jack to let her stay in the tent Pirates aren t afraid of the dark, he tells her, but fairies are No fairies allowed That night, Jack is playing in the tent when his flashlight goes out And when he hears a rustling sound outside, he doesn t feel quite so brave after all.

    One thought on “Pirates Aren't Afraid of the Dark!”

    1. This is a most adorable book about a bear cub who plans to have a pirate camp out by himself in the back yard. As he prepares, his sister keeps trying to intrude, but he will not let her play with him. He will not let her join the sleepover. But dark comes and his flashlight goes out. Sister comes to the rescue with her glowing fairy wand. The bear cub is pleased to have her join his camp out adventure and they have great fun.This is a wonderful story about how sharing can bring more pleasure th [...]

    2. This book was decent. What I liked most about it were the illustrations. They were cartoonish and bright and colorful. The pages were large.The story was okay. The brother bear didn't want to let his little sister spend the night in the tent with him, but she ends up coming anyway. He was scared, so they stayed together and then they both had to face their fear. till they found out the scary figure was their mom! It was ok. A very predictable story and a storyline that has been done before.Overa [...]

    3. This has to be one of the most precious and adorable picture books I've read. I love teddy bears and the ones in this book are the type I could fill my house with. I wanted to take them out of the book and squeeze them, hug them, and love on them so much. Jack, aka Captain Growlypants, and Lily, aka Captain Fairydust, are brother and sister and are just like a lot of brothers and sisters. But by the end everything works out just fine. A perfect book.

    4. What a wonderful story that shows the true relationship between a brother and sister. This book involved a brother bear who wanted to camp out all by himself. Poor sister bear wanted to join in on the fun too, but her brother did not want her around. In the end, they both come together and have a wonderful time, just as real siblings would. Three year old loved it.

    5. It can be hard to share adventures with a younger sibling. Captain Jack Growlyboots wants to have a grand pirate adventure in the backyard. His sister Lily wants to be a pirate fairy. They work together to fight the giant octopus in the dark, only to discover it is their mother with a lantern and a midnight feast. Pirates aren't afraid of the dark. Especially when they have each other to rely on and a good lantern.

    6. Age: PreschoolFamily: Older brother, little sisterAn eye-catching cover will real in boys and girls looking for a simple spooky tale (that isn't too scary). Jack finally comes around to letting his sister into his pirate tent when they both hear a rustling in the dark. I appreciate their believable friendship where their camaraderie appears when they most need it.

    7. This is a cute story about two siblings who don't always like to play together, but sometimes they make allowances and have fun together. The end is very inclusive and sweet, and the pictures are large and colorful. Great for a brother and sister pair!

    8. A young pirate and his fairy pirate sister have adventures while camping in their backyard and prove that pirates truly are not afraid of the dark.

    9. A little quick to the 'siblings are the best friends you'll have' but fun nonetheless and full of vibrant illustrations that carry the story forward.

    10. 4.25 StarsThis books is fun, sweet, well illustrated, good messageLOVED IT! Just a nice overall story. A think it is a must read!

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