*Items may be found in multiple locations. Check the catalog or ask a librarian for assistance.

Andreae, Giles. Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs. [AR BL 3.6, Pts. 0.5]
When Flinn enters the classroom art closet for supplies, his imagination sends him on a high-seas adventure filled with pirates, dinosaurs, mystery, and swordfights.

Andreae, Giles. Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs: Missing Treasure! [AR BL 3.2, Pts. 0.5]
On a school field trip to the museum, young Captain Flinn and his crew recover a museum treasure from a dastardly group of pirate dinosaurs.

Bateman, Teresa. Fluffy: Scourge of the Sea. [AR BL 3.9, Pts. 0.5]
When Fluffy, a pampered poodle, is captured by canine pirates, he uses his wiles to convince them that he is in reality the "Scourge of all the Sea."

Berenstain, Mike. The Berenstain Bears Pirate Adventure. [AR n/a]
While on vacation at the beach, Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear climb inside a wrecked fishing boat and embark on an imaginative adventure as pirates on the high seas.

Bunting, Eve. Pirate Boy. [AR BL 2.5, Pts. 0.5]
As Danny imagines himself joining a pirate crew, his mother assures him that she will always be there to help if he needs her.

Crimi, Carolyn. Henry and the Buccaneer Bunnies. [AR BL 3.8, Pts. 0.5]
Captain Barnacle Black Ear, baddest of the Buccaneer Bunnies, is ashamed of his book-loving son, Henry, until the day a great storm approaches.

Dean, James. Pete the Cat and the Treasure Map. [AR BL 2.7, Pts. 0.5]
This groovy pirate adventure, starring the irrepressible Pete the Cat and his scallywag crew, finds them battling a giant sea monster, searching for hidden treasure, and more.

DiPucchio, Kelly. We’re Going on a Treasure Hunt. [AR n/a] Join this crew of pirates on a high-seas quest for treasure. These salty dogs are off to fetch some gold, and no whale, skeleton, or thunderstorm can stand in their way. But our brave buccaneers best beware--there may be even more trouble ahead!  

Fliess, Sue. How to Be a Pirate. [AR n/a]
Little land lubbers are invited to earn their sea legs on a ship filled with goofy pirates, in a rhyming story that introduces silly lingo, pirate costume accessories, and wacky pirate rules.

Fox, Mem. Tough Boris. [AR BL 1.7, Pts. 0.5]
Boris von der Borsch is a tough pirate, but he cries when his parrot dies.

Funke, Cornelia Caroline. Pirate Girl. [AR BL 3.5, Pts. 0.5]
Captain Firebeard and his ruthless band of pirates kidnap a girl named Molly; however, Molly is not afraid and turns the tables on the very surprised group of thugs.

Greene, Rhonda Gowler. No Pirates Allowed! Said Library Lou. [AR BL 2.4, Pts. 0.5]
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.

Kennedy, Kim. Pirate Pete’s Talk like a Pirate! [AR BL 3.8, Pts. 0.5]
In search of a crew, Pirate Pete and his parrot look for "stanky scallywags" who possess certain conversational skills.

Krosoczka, Jarrett. Bubble Bath Pirates! [AR 1.6, Pts. 0.5]
When pirate mommy announces bath time, it is yo ho ho and to the bath we go for her little pirates.

Light, Steve. Swap! [AR n/a]
A peg-legged youngster uses his bartering skills to trade for sails, anchors, a ship’s wheel, and other necessary supplies to fix his ship and make a friend in the process.

Long, Melinda. How I Became a Pirate. [AR BL 3.1, Pts. 0.5]
Jeremy Jacob joins Braid Beard and his pirate crew and finds out about pirate language, pirate manners, and other aspects of their life.

Long, Melinda. Pirates Don’t Change Diapers. [AR BL 2.7, Pts. 0.5]
Captain Braid Beard and his pirate crew return to retrieve the treasure they buried in Jeremy Jacob's backyard, but first they must help calm his baby sister, Bonney Anne, whom they awoke from her nap.

Luek, Laura. I Love My Pirate Papa. [AR BL 2.9, Pts. 0.5]
A pirate's life is a raucous life, full of rough-and-tumble adventure, hard work, and the occasional brush with danger. And a ship isn't a cozy place. But to a hardy seafaring boy with a pirate for a papa, the waves feel just like home.

Parsley, Elise. If You Ever Want to Bring a Pirate to Meet Santa, Don’t!  [AR BL 3.5, Pts. 0.5] If your dad says you're going to meet a bearded guy with a red suit and a bag full of treasures, he is not talking about meeting a pirate! Magnolia has already invited the misbehaving swashbuckler to jump in line to meet Santa.  

Preller, James. A Pirate’s Guide to First Grade. [AR BL 3.0, Pts. 0.5]
A young pirate and his crew embark on a grand adventure when they board the bus for the first day of first grade.

Preller, James. A Pirate’s Guide to Recess. [AR BL 1.9, Pts. 0.5]
It is time for recess, and the schoolyard is teeming with young pirates ready for action.

Prince, April Jones. Goldenlocks and the Three Pirates. [AR n/a]
When pirates Papa, Mama, and Baby are away from their seaworthy sloop, Goldenlocks comes aboard and makes herself useful.

Regan, Dian Curtis. Space Boy and the Space Pirate. [AR BL 2.5, Pts. 0.5] When Sasha is kidnapped by a space pirate, Niko and his crew rush to her rescue. 

Smith, Danna. Pirate Nap: A Book of Colors. [AR BL 1.6, Pts. 0.5]
Two brothers use their imaginations to turn their surroundings into a colorful pirate adventure before naptime.

Tucker, Kathy. Do Pirates Take Baths[AR BL 3.2, Pts. 0.5]
This book gives humorous rhyming answers to thirteen questions about the life of pirates.

Winstanley, Nicola. The Pirate’s Bed. [AR BL 4.6, Pts. 0.5] Separated from the smelly feet and scratchy wool of a pirate's ship by a great storm, a ship's bed floats in the water, making friends with gulls and dolphins and basking in the sun before realizing that something is missing. 

Winters, Kari-Lynn. Bad Pirate. [AR n/a]
In a crew of mean, scurvy sea dogs, Augusta finds that she is polite and helpful, and only when a terrible storm threatens the ship can Augusta prove that being a nice person can also mean being a good pirate.