I never tire reading Captain No Beard stories. Carole Roman is still weaving exciting adventures on the high seas with Captain No Beard and his crew. These books are wonderful tools for teaching students. I always love to see what tale Roman has to spin and the action Captain No Beard and his mighty crew handles it. I have four more new ones to share with you. If you click on the book cover you can get a little sneak peek inside the book @ Amazon.
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Captain No Beard and his crew of loyal pirates heave anchor for another
adventure, this time in the icy waters of the Arctic. Captain No
Beard's steering a course due north, sailing by the light of the North
Star. Everyone on the crew wonders what the captain's up to, especially
as he gets embarrassed when they ask. When the captain finally admits
his plan, the crew discovers he plans to steal the aurora borealis, the
beautiful northern lights that brighten the arctic sky. They're all
shocked. They may be pirates, but even they know stealing is bad.
Besides, how can anyone steal the lights from the sky? A charming,
engaging tale about doing what's right, Captain No Beard and the Aurora
Borealis is the latest installment in Carole P. Roman's award-winning
pirate series. The first book, Captain No Beard—an Imaginary Tale of a
Pirate's Life, received the Kirkus Reviews Best of 2012 award and the
Star of Remarkable Achievement. The series presents real-life problems
in an imaginary setting and encourages discussion with both parents and
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Fribbet's gone missing! The crew searches for the excitable frog and
finally find him troubled and crying in the stern. Fribbet is very
upset, and it's up to Captain No Beard and the crew to find out what's
wrong. Fribbet the Frog and the Tadpoles is another great voyage into
problem solving and friendship, as well as an adventurous trip into the
imagination. Join the Captain No Beard and his friends as they learn
the value of sharing our troubles with others and that help is always
there when we need it.
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It's business as usual on the Flying Dragon. Their mission is to find a
flag for the ship. Captain No Beard sighs, "Being a captain is hard
work," as he watches the busy crew preparing the vessel for their next
adventure. Polly is giving out pretzels; Linus is polishing a lamp.
Matie is cracking coconuts, Cayla is stuffing holes, and Hallie is
swabbing the deck. High overhead, trouble is brewing, and it is not the
weather. Mongo does not want any help from the newest crew member, and
it is creating a hurricane of a mess on board. The team must come
together and find a task that will fit Zachary without interfering with
their own fun. On the way, they acquire a flag that will unite them as
both friends and crew. Join the problem-solving crew of the Flying
Dragon as they find a flag for their ship and a job for Zach.
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Captain No Beard is determined to travel to Dew Rite Volcano. He won't
listen when Mongo predicts a storm or Linus indicates they are headed in
the wrong direction. He insists Polly cook in the galley even though
the seas are getting rough. What's a crew to do with a stubborn,
know-it-all captain? Will they convince the captain he is barreling
headlong into danger, or will Captain No Beard jeopardize both his
safety and the crew’s with his single-minded determination to go where
You may visit Carole Roman @ her website here to learn more about this exciting series and others she has pinned.
Award-winning author Carole P. Roman is a former teacher turned businesswoman who has
successfully run a family business with her husband for more than 40 years. Her first book,
Captain No Beard: An imaginary Tale of a Pirate’s Life, has been named to the Kirkus Reviews’
Best of 2012 as well as garnered the star of remarkable merit. She currently lives on Long Island
near all her children and grandchildren and strives to sees them as much as she can.
A copy of these books were provided by Bostick Communications
and the author in exchange for my honest review.