Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Book Review: Hokey Pokey Pirates (Children's Book Series)

This is a series I will be running for a little while, highlighting some awesome children's literature. During the coming months, there will be many children's books. Stay tuned to learn more about it. Read previous posts in this series here. 

Author: Peyton King
Pages: 261 pages
Publishing date: July 2015
Source: Publisher

Hokey Pokey Pirates is a great book for kids. A rediscovered story a little girl wrote. The language in this story is very elementary, which is great because it was written by a child. It is really surprising that a young author wrote this story.  Your child will be able to follow and relate to everything in the book. 

This book is such a cute story. I really liked the take on the song, Hokey Pokey, children will recognize the song and get excited about the story. I think it has a fun message, that children will be able to grasp. 

The ending has bonus coloring pages that you can print out and have fun coloring. I recommend printing them out as you read the story to children.  I recommend this to any person who works, has, or deals with children. It will be a very fun read. 

I received this book for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Links: Amazon 

Goodreads Description: 

Available as an ebook download now, and soon to be released in paperback, Hokey Pokey Pirates is a children's picture book written by a child. She was inspired to write this story based on her relationship with her brothers.

Charlie and Lexie go outside to play on the trampoline while their mom cooks supper and end up on an exciting high-seas adventure in which they learn that not all treasure is made of gold.

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