Captain Beauchamp is a delightfully fun adventure, perfect for newcomers to chapter-book reading and a strong start to a new series.
Avast ye, me mateys and landlubbers, Treasure Island is the most famous adventurous adventure ever written about pirates.
Pirate Mouse and the Sea of Peril is the exciting sequel to Pirate Mouse and the Lost Map and offers the same engaging mix of adventure and humor.
Set sail with hilarious author Mike Allegra and talented illustrator Jenn Harney on a grand adventure like no other, Pirate and Penguin.
Captain’s Secret Identity and the Cotton Candy Ship, the second book in the Cotton Candy Ship series, helps readers to navigate change without fear.
Pirate Mouse and the Lost Map is exciting and funny and a great introduction to the graphic novel format for younger readers.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Avalina Jones and the Eye of the Storm, by author Lori Adams! Worlds collide for middle-grade readers.
Which five words best describe The Fort?
Laura Perdew: Celebrating imagination, compromise, adventure, forts!
Captain “Bad” Breaker tells the story of a pilfering pirate with a penchant for poor choices.
Enter for a chance to win the Captain No Beard picture book series prize pack—includes a LEGO Creator Pirate Roller Coaster set and a $25 Target gift card.