olive's pirate party

Summary:
Olive Elizabeth Julia Jerome wants to celebrate her seventh birthday in style, but she’s got to do it at her eccentric aunt's house. Aunt Tiffany's house is cultured, refined, and seemingly ill-fitted for a pirate birthday party. Will it work?
Educational Themes:
The story offers great opportunities to talk about family and relatives, memories, what fun really is, judging people, and being open to new things.
Reading Level:
3.3
Recommended Age To Read By Yourself:
8 to 10
Recommended Age To Read Together:
4 to 8
Purchase Recommendation:
Borrow or buy. This could go either way. If there are relatives in your life with lots of china and no kids, this might be worth sharing at home before you go visiting!
Little Kid Reaction:
None offered by this reviewer.
Big Kid Reaction:
This is a story that has benefit for young listeners and older readers alike.
Pros:

This book offers parents a way to broaden their children’s minds, and hearts, too.

Cons:

None.


Title Olive's Pirate Party
Author Roberta Baker
Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers © 2005
Illustrators Debbie Tilley
ISBN 0316167924
Material Hard Cover
Cost $15.99
Genres Family, Picture Book, Birthday, Life Lessons
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