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Pirate’s Log: A Handbook for Aspiring Swashbucklers Book Review

Pirate’s Log: A Handbook for Aspiring Swashbucklers Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 01, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Jory John and Avery Monsen have assembled the perfect manual for all your looting and pillaging needs—each page of Pirate’s Log gets you one step closer to becoming a full-fledged, parrot-shouldering, ship-steering, YAR-talking pirate.

Jory John and Avery Monsen have assembled the perfect manual for all your looting and pillaging needs—each page of Pirate’s Log gets you one step closer to becoming a full-fledged, parrot-shouldering, ship-steering, YAR-talking pirate. There’s dry humour abounds here, so tie your irony bib tight and get ready to feast on some scrumptious sarcasm.

Choosing your ship’s name is an integral part of pirate training—The Tom Cruiseliner is one suggestion. Want to figure out your pirate name? Check out The Pirate Name Formula:


descriptive word + your name + something shiny = Saucy Sindy Metal-Bum


Make sure you discover the true essence of pirating by taking The Day-Without-A-Bath Challenge—remember, you’ve gotta reek to ransack! There’s also a handy booklight for all those times you’re reading below deck in the dark, and there’s an eye patch you can cut out and wear to your parents’ dismay.


At the back of the book is a collection of Very Important Pirate Lessons, like #22: Everybody likes cake. If you’re a fan of silly humour, or just like crafting treasure maps and forcing your victims to walk the plank, this is the book for you.


Pirate’s Log: A Handbook for Aspiring Swashbucklers Rating: 4


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