Penny Becomes A Pirate (A Penny The Pink Pirate Book Book 1)
Penny Parker is facing a dilemma. Halloween is approaching and she can’t decide what costume she wants for trick or treating. Should she be something cute, something scary or maybe someone exotic? Mom has promised they would go buy a costume soon, but Penny must learn patience as she must wait several days to make the trip to the store. Once at the store, she is faced with choosing from among ...
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Publication Date: June 29, 2014
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ll the many costumes. Finally, they find the perfect costume – a pink and black pirate outfit with a matching hat. Of course, now that she has her costume she must patiently wait for Halloween to actually get to wear it. Penny enjoys trick or treating as a pirate, but her desire to be a pirate does not end there. After Halloween she continues to dress in the costume and pretends her bed is a ship as she sails to further imaginary adventures as Penny the Pink Pirate.Penny Becomes a Pirate is the first in a planned series of Penny the Pink Pirate adventures. The series is unique among children’s picture books, in that it is illustrated partly through the use of photos of real people portraying scenes in the story. This is intended to make it easier for your child to relate to the characters of the book. Penny could easily be one of their school mates, the girl next door – or even them. The story includes interactions or activities which promote good behavior or habits such as: brushing your teeth; helping mom and dad around the house; wearing your seat belt in the car; and the wisdom of heeding the advice of your parents. It also breaks gender stereotypes with the little girl playing as a pirate. This book was a family project; every aspect of producing it involved one or all members of the authors’ family. We hope your family enjoys reading it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.