Henry and the Crazed Chicken Pirates by Carolyn Crimi and Illustrated by John Manders

 Henry and the Crazed Chicken Pirates

 By Carolyn Crimi and Illustrated by John Manders

Henry and the Crazed Chicken Pirates

Recommended Ages 2 – 8. Candlewick.  August 2009. 40 pages.  ISBN:  978-0763636012 Fiction.

Summary:

This is about a rabbit pirate named Henry who receives a message in a bottle from some strangers saying that they are coming to steal all of their loot.  Henry is worried and so he begins to research and write a book about how he can be prepared against this threat.  He is the only one who takes this seriously and saves the day.

My Two-Year-Old Son’s Response:

My 26-month-old son loves this book.  We checked it out of the library a few weeks ago and we read it almost every day.  He requests it by name and pulls it off the shelf to have me read it to him.  The illustrations are fun with some nice details like “Beatrix” as a tattoo on one of the rabbit’s shoulders.   I enjoy reading this book out loud to him and attempting to talk like a pirate.  I am impressed with the resolve of the main character, Henry, to do the right thing even though no one else seems to take the note seriously.

My 26-month-old son and I both highly enjoyed this book.

Where to Get it:

Where Obtained:  I obtained this copy from the library and have no affiliation with the book’s creators.  I just like the book.  The opinions expressed here are my own.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

FTC Disclosures: Some of the links in the post above are Amazon affiliate links and others are IndieBound affiliate links.  (I’ve tried to mark them clearly.) If you click on the link and purchase something, I will receive an affiliate commission at no additional cost to you. (Win-Win!) Which goes to fund my family’s picture book habit.  It’s a vicious cycle, but we manage.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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