Pirates are unruly
and pirates love to fight,
but pirates still say 'please' and 'thanks'
'cause pirates are polite.
Are Pirates Polite?showspirates' rowdy activitiesandteaches manners lessons.These pirates remember to say please and thank you. If pirates can be polite, surely young readers can, too!
Fun, rhyming textby Corinne Demas and Artemis Roehrig pairs pirates' questionable activities with their lead-by-example lessons in manners. David Catrow'shumorous, zany illustrationsdepict the swashbuckling nature of the pirates. Follow along as pirates have fun on a pirate ship, divide up their treasure,andteach manners. Aargh!
Praise forPirates Go to Schoolby Corinne Demas and illustrated by John Manders:
The eager-to-learn pirates learn to clean up after their parrots and not to swear....A humorous read. --School Library Journal
Praise forSaying Goodbye to Luluby Corinne Demas and illustrated by Ard Hoyt:
* Demas uses sensory details to bring the story to life.... A sensitive, hopeful portrayal. --Booklist,starred review
Praise forMax Spaniel: Funny Lunchby David Catrow:
Catrow's watercolor illustrations areexuberant and clever, full of humorous detailsthat kids will love to discover. --School Library Journal
Praise forMonster Mashby David Catrow:
Catrow has created ahilarious picture book with inventive illustrations.Electrifying pictures.... The artwork shows everything readers might think would frighten them in a humorous light. --School Library Journal
Corinne Demas is the award-winning author of numerous books for children and adults, includingPirates Go to School, illustrated by John Manders, andAlways in Trouble, illustrl3Ã