Pirate Fun

September 19, 2016 at 8:15 am (Fun) (, , , , , , , , , )

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Today is International Talk Like A Pirate Day. This is not a language I am adept at. I’m too quiet to be a pirate.

However, I do enjoy reading about them.

For your consideration, a booty of pirate book links appear below. They are mostly for young lads and lassies.

To see Small Saul scroll down to the bottom of this list.

Here are more Children’s Books featuring pirates.

Here are Young Adult Pirate book recommendations from Book Riot.

Want to learn all about the pirate life!

Read. Read. Read.

Shiver me timbers!

Tharrr she blows!

Yo Ho Ho off you go for some Swashbucklin’ fun.*

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*  This message brought to you by

Red Bess Bonney, Enchantress of the Unquiet Seas.

 

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Synchronicity in Red

February 2, 2014 at 8:15 am (Faery tales) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , )

I’ve been planning on doing a Red Riding Hood Month here on my blog for about six months now. What better month than February to celebrate Red!

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Have you ever noticed that once you decide on a path the universe suddenly puts all these signs in front of your face?

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I decided to blog about the story of Red Riding Hood and on November 12th, 2013 two of the cartoonists I read every day did a cartoon referencing the tale. Kismet.

Synchronicity.

I grew up having much in common with Little Red Riding Hood. I’ve blogged about this before. I guess I’m not done with her yet.

I learned these three lessons too well.

  1. Stick to/Stay on the path,
  2. Don’t speak to/trust strangers,
  3. Be obedient & polite.

Come back and over the next three weeks I’ll tell you why Red Riding Hood still intrigues me.

Good Day, Mr. Wolf.”

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