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Pirate Reading Posters

Pirate Reading Posters
“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate's loot on Treasure Island.” - Walt Disney
Treasure can be found between the pages of a good book! This month’s free reading posters are pirate-themed. Download them below. We’ve also included pirate-themed books you can collect to create book displays in your library.

Ahoy Me Hearties! Avast, It’s Read a New Book Month

Did you know it’s Read a New Book Month? Inspire your students to check out something new from the library throughout the month of September!

Here’s how you can make the most of Read a New Book Month:

  • Help students find books they wouldn’t normally read. Create a reading list with newly published books and where to find them in the library. This can be a physical list or a digital reading list in Alexandria.
  • Create a September reading challenge by challenging students to read all the books on the reading list before the end of the month. You can include prizes as an incentive.
  • Make time for a book tasting activity. Learn more about the activity here.

Pirate Reading Posters

Pirate Books to Display in Your Library

Pirate books, new and old, you can use for your library book display.
Pirates
By Celia Rees
To Kill a Kingdom
By Alexandra Christo
The Princess Bride
By Wilian Goldman
Peter and the Starcatchers
By Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Lives of the Pirates
By Kathleen Kurll & Kathryn Hewitt
Pirateology
By Dugald Steer
How I Became a Pirate
By Melinda Long & David Shannon
Caption Hook: The Adventures of a Notorious Youth
By J.V Hart

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