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For as long as there have been pirates, there have been stories about their seafaring adventures. Here are a selection of pirate books for pirate fans of all ages! First published in , this novel captivates readers from the moment young Jim Hawkins first encounters the sinister Blind Pew at the Admiral Benbow Inn until the climactic battle for treasure on a tropic isle. This book introduces other famous characters like Wendy Darling and Peter Pan…and a crocodile that ticks. First published in , this novel tells the story of Peter Blood, an Irish physician and soldier in England in the s.
Books for Pirate Apprentices and Young Adults. Pirates primarily focuses on piracy in the early eighteenth century, the golden age, but also incorporates other time periods. The intent is to separate myth from reality. Chapter one delves into the history from ancient times through the s. The next chapter examines what life was like on a pirate ship, from the social structure to the code of conduct to living conditions at sea. Chapter three discusses battle tactics and weaponry, while the following chapter concentrates on types of ships, jolly rogers, and pirate attire. The book also includes four appendices: pirate superstitions, pirate legends, fictional pirates, and pirate lore.
57 books based on 64 votes: Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller, Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical.
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There are quite a few great fictionalized accounts of her life—though, sadly, all adult. But here there be pirates. Check out these YA books that take place on the high seas—including some historical fantasies, with a wee bit of magic—and all feature powerful lady pirates. Add to Bag. Bloody Jack , by L. Meyer Jacky Faber is my first, my last, my ride-or-die. Or sail-or-die, as the case may be.