Princesses, Pirates, and Cowboys (I Can Read! / Big Idea Books / VeggieTales)

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Pirate In Training (i Can Read! / Big Idea Books / Veggietales): By Karen Poth

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Oct 01, Sidney Chumbler rated it really liked it Shelves: emotions , friends , predictable-books , transitional. This book teaches kids an important lesson that it is okay to be who you are. Larry is tired of being a pirate who doesn't do anything he wants to be someone else.

After the three pirates think about it they don't want to be someone else they want to sit down, order pizza, and walk their pet rubber duck. It is okay to be pirate that doesn't do anything as long as you stay true to yourself.

Princesses, Pirates, and Cowboys by Karen Poth

May 17, Denis Verdecia rated it liked it Shelves: fiction. As kids books go, this is a pretty good book. It is for the early beginning reader. No real story here. Just a cast of characters that are described as "The Pirates who don't do anything.

Then they dream about what they want to do and this is too tiring so they go back to doing nothing. About the only objectionable thing about this book, and it should As kids books go, this is a pretty good book. About the only objectionable thing about this book, and it should come as no surprise is that this book is bent on Christianity. If you are familiar with Veggietales, you will already know that they inject Christianity and religion into every story. So there is reference to God and there is a Bible Verse. If this is your thing, then there should be no conflict at all.

Oct 29, Margaret Chind rated it liked it Shelves: zondervan , i-can-read , level-1 , 1st-grade. I read this one in a new omnibus 3-in-1 I Can Read! While pirates that do not do anything are not necessarily the best roll model for our children The grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence, but that is so easily forgotten.

Veggie Tales I Can Read! Princesses, Pirates, and Cowboys

Nov 12, Julia Jasztal rated it really liked it. I liked this book because the pirates had a pet duck. Rachel rated it liked it Feb 07, Merrilee rated it liked it Apr 03, Candace Dibble rated it it was amazing Oct 06, Kristin rated it liked it Aug 31, Lee rated it liked it Sep 08, Molly rated it liked it Jan 18, Diana rated it it was ok Jun 28,