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Pi-Rat!

Pi Rat Meet Pi Rat and his swashbuckling crew They re fearsome They re brave They make their own rules These pirates aren t afraid of crocodiles They aren t afraid of sharks There s only one thing that scare

  • Title: Pi-Rat!
  • Author: Maxine Lee
  • ISBN: 9781589251434
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Meet Pi Rat and his swashbuckling crew They re fearsome They re brave They make their own rules These pirates aren t afraid of crocodiles They aren t afraid of sharks There s only one thing that scares them.

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      Published :2018-08-01T17:41:07+00:00

    1 thought on “Pi-Rat!

    1. This was a cute, mainly picture book, that my son really liked! I thought it was clever because this rat claimed he could do as he wished and not follow any rules but then, mom walked in "momster" and life was back to being a normal kid playing with a pirate ship in the bathtub. Super cute!

    2. Simple but cute story about a fearsome pirate whose arch enemy is the dreaded Mum-rat. A nice enough story for talking about imaginative play, but nothing special.

    3. Do pirates really have the most fun? Is there nothing that their afraid of?One little rat is the captain of a ship notably known as The Soapy Dodger. He and his motley crew will eat your dinner, and steal your treasure. These little rascals don't abide by any rules. Big scary green crocodiles don't scare them and neither do big toothy sharks looking for a pirate snack. But, low and behold, something is out there that has the pirates re-thinking their misbehavin' ways. There is something out in t [...]

    4. Nothing too unusual going on here--the usual pirate stuff, and as is often the case, it turns out to be a bathtub adventure. The art is delightful and this is simple enough for very young pirate lovers. I am removing a possible 4th star for the cover, which has a totally unnecessary cut-out, which will shorten the life of this bound to be popular title.

    5. I really liked the artwork and humor presented in this book. While there may be many many pirate books, I still appreciate one that is well-illustrated. This one is fun and will make a great storytime addition.

    6. I was really disappointed that this was not about math.Once I got over that, I admitted that it is a fun and exciting pirate book for toddlers. Might be good for story time. Recommended for ages 2-4.

    7. Another take on a pirate bathtub adventure, though in this you don't know he's in the tub until the end which is kind of a nice surprise. I still prefer Bubble Bath Pirates but this one could be fun for kids who like rats and more cartoony stuff.

    8. A pirate story about a rascally rat that we find out at story's end is creating the entire adventure in his imaginative bathtub play. Simple text and digital artwork make this a good pirate-themed book for the toddler/younger PreK crowd.

    9. Daddy read this book to Lydia in a piratey voice. The story was really cute. Lydia is only 11 weeks old so she really didn't pay attention, but she was awake and sitting on mommy. She was engaged. We read this book for pirate week. Daddy and Mommy loved it.

    10. LOVED this book. What a quick, fun read! If you can do a pirate voice, I highly recommend it. The ending is really cute and the illustrations are exciting.

    11. There is some cute play on words (including the title) that adults will enjoy and is short enough for toddler time.

    12. The text is very simple, but there is lots to look at in the illustrations. And boy, do I love a good mom joke!

    13. William loves this. Asked me to read out over and over. I think this might have been the first time he could understand an ending like this.

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