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Pirates Love Underpants: with audio recording

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Grab your peg leg and your parrot—and don’t forget the underpants! This wacky picture book pairs pirates and underwear in an uproarious adventure. These pirates SO love underpants, They’re on a special quest To find the fabled Pants of Gold, For the Captain’s treasure chest. This laugh-out-loud Underpants adventure is full of pirates, sharks, and treasure. You’ll be yo-ho-ho-i Grab your peg leg and your parrot—and don’t forget the underpants! This wacky picture book pairs pirates and underwear in an uproarious adventure. These pirates SO love underpants, They’re on a special quest To find the fabled Pants of Gold, For the Captain’s treasure chest. This laugh-out-loud Underpants adventure is full of pirates, sharks, and treasure. You’ll be yo-ho-ho-ing with hilarity until the pirates conclude their zany expedition!


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Grab your peg leg and your parrot—and don’t forget the underpants! This wacky picture book pairs pirates and underwear in an uproarious adventure. These pirates SO love underpants, They’re on a special quest To find the fabled Pants of Gold, For the Captain’s treasure chest. This laugh-out-loud Underpants adventure is full of pirates, sharks, and treasure. You’ll be yo-ho-ho-i Grab your peg leg and your parrot—and don’t forget the underpants! This wacky picture book pairs pirates and underwear in an uproarious adventure. These pirates SO love underpants, They’re on a special quest To find the fabled Pants of Gold, For the Captain’s treasure chest. This laugh-out-loud Underpants adventure is full of pirates, sharks, and treasure. You’ll be yo-ho-ho-ing with hilarity until the pirates conclude their zany expedition!

30 review for Pirates Love Underpants: with audio recording

  1. 4 out of 5

    James

    Another installment in the 'Love Underpants' series. Written by Claire Freedman, this is lots of fun with lovely illustrations by Ben Cort and clearly with the subject matter(s) of Pirates and Underpants - what's not to like? A nice fun and irreverent read, however lacking the class and not in the same league as the works of such as Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Another installment in the 'Love Underpants' series. Written by Claire Freedman, this is lots of fun with lovely illustrations by Ben Cort and clearly with the subject matter(s) of Pirates and Underpants - what's not to like? A nice fun and irreverent read, however lacking the class and not in the same league as the works of such as Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Noelle Jensen, Age 6

    Hey, pirates! Taking things is not nice. Don't take the golden underwear! IT'S NOT NICE! Hey, pirates! Taking things is not nice. Don't take the golden underwear! IT'S NOT NICE!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aneesa

    A book with an agenda.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Janet Emson

    This book came into our household as a birthday gift for one of my children. It has since become a firm favourite. The Black Bloomer and the pants pirates are on the hunt for the famous golden pants to add to their treasure booty. Will they find the famous pants of gold or will another pirate crew get there first? Some children's books are obviously educational, others hide the lessons in the pages. Some books are just plain old fun, and this is one of them. Don't get me wrong there are opportunit This book came into our household as a birthday gift for one of my children. It has since become a firm favourite. The Black Bloomer and the pants pirates are on the hunt for the famous golden pants to add to their treasure booty. Will they find the famous pants of gold or will another pirate crew get there first? Some children's books are obviously educational, others hide the lessons in the pages. Some books are just plain old fun, and this is one of them. Don't get me wrong there are opportunities for kids to learn, as there are with the majority of children's books. There are footsteps to spot, times when we have to whisper and opportunities to play find the object or count crocodiles under the Long-John bridge (a cracking double joke covering both pirates and underpants in one fell swoop). This is a lovely adventure story for young children. It includes pirates, crocodiles, parrots and underpants so there's lots to appeal. Ben Cort's illustrations are fun and colourful, perfectly capturing Claire Freedman's words and help children engage with the story. Its the sign of a good children's book when you are asked to read it again straight after the last page. Its a sign of a great children's book when you don't mind that second, third or twentieth read through. This is an engaging, fun read for young children and those reading to them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Craig Sisterson

    My daughter really enjoyed 'Alien love Underpants', so when we saw this follow-up from Claire Freedman at the library, we grabbed it. We weren't disappointed - it may be even better than the original. Lovely illustrations that are full of fun and plenty of things to spot and discover on re-reads, just the right mix of rhythm, rhyme, zaniness and story in the text. We got it out two hours ago and have already read it four times. Highly recommend this to any parents of toddlers. My daughter really enjoyed 'Alien love Underpants', so when we saw this follow-up from Claire Freedman at the library, we grabbed it. We weren't disappointed - it may be even better than the original. Lovely illustrations that are full of fun and plenty of things to spot and discover on re-reads, just the right mix of rhythm, rhyme, zaniness and story in the text. We got it out two hours ago and have already read it four times. Highly recommend this to any parents of toddlers.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Renee Mihulka

    Cute book. Haven't read the rest in the series. Kids obviously love it. Some rhymes are a bit forced but 'the captain has a cunning plan, it's clever! It's fantastic! Grab their fancy underpants and... Cut through the elastic!' Is pretty funny no matter how old you are. ;) the pictures are engaging and well done. Cute book. Haven't read the rest in the series. Kids obviously love it. Some rhymes are a bit forced but 'the captain has a cunning plan, it's clever! It's fantastic! Grab their fancy underpants and... Cut through the elastic!' Is pretty funny no matter how old you are. ;) the pictures are engaging and well done.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hilary

    Not quite as clever as the first, but the 4yo was happily engrossed with the pictures for at least 15 minutes after we finished reading it, looking at the alien, the cat prowling along the boom, the parrot wearing underpants, and so on, so although I'd personally rate it 3 stars it seemed worth bumping up. Not quite as clever as the first, but the 4yo was happily engrossed with the pictures for at least 15 minutes after we finished reading it, looking at the alien, the cat prowling along the boom, the parrot wearing underpants, and so on, so although I'd personally rate it 3 stars it seemed worth bumping up.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    A favourite of my daughters. Loves these books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    The Bougie Twins

    4.5 stars

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nicola

    With this book, we have now read the whole underpants series - Miss 4 would have been quite happy for there to be more! She loves looking at all the different pictures of underwear. She also likes the bedroom scene at the end where there are references to the books and the idea that the stories have been made up with the toys in the room. Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every we With this book, we have now read the whole underpants series - Miss 4 would have been quite happy for there to be more! She loves looking at all the different pictures of underwear. She also likes the bedroom scene at the end where there are references to the books and the idea that the stories have been made up with the toys in the room. Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Smith

    I read this as a bedtime story to my younger brother, and thoroughly enjoyed this, as did he. The Rhyme that flows through the story is excellently well done, and rather witty. This illustration which accompanies it is also very fun, and could easily tell the story without some of the text to back it up. As a quick and fun read I would recommend this story. It is a book that could support the writing of rhyming poetry as it subtly introduces children in to this style, and could be a potential st I read this as a bedtime story to my younger brother, and thoroughly enjoyed this, as did he. The Rhyme that flows through the story is excellently well done, and rather witty. This illustration which accompanies it is also very fun, and could easily tell the story without some of the text to back it up. As a quick and fun read I would recommend this story. It is a book that could support the writing of rhyming poetry as it subtly introduces children in to this style, and could be a potential stepping stone into a poetry topic, if the children are reluctant for any reason.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Corinne Richards

    A wonderfully silly and funny story. With pirates that love underpants on a treasure hunting quest, for pants of gold. With several sneeky but clever hidden pant references to find as the pirates got on their quest. What will those priates do when they find someone else has got to the treasure before them? This whitty story will amuse any class and a fun challenge to see if they can spot all the different pant references i.e. "black bloomer's sail". A wonderfully silly and funny story. With pirates that love underpants on a treasure hunting quest, for pants of gold. With several sneeky but clever hidden pant references to find as the pirates got on their quest. What will those priates do when they find someone else has got to the treasure before them? This whitty story will amuse any class and a fun challenge to see if they can spot all the different pant references i.e. "black bloomer's sail".

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nadina

    This was cute and fun. The illustrations are nice and the rhythm of the book is easy enough to find. The plot is pretty clear and it is well paced, this is probably one of the better books in the series. Though at the same time, the series is fairly repetitive in a way. I think kids would like it as it is fun.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Roben

    Most kids love books about underwear or books about pirates -- and in this book, Freedman cleverly combines both of those themes. I think it works best with a slightly older group -- 4 and 5 year olds and up, I guess. My three year olds in storytime could not quite grasp cutting the elastic in underwear... Maybe a visual next time would help! (of elastic, that is.)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Ugh, clever but I won't use this one in story time because it glorifies the pirates stealing from other pirates and it's just weird that everyone wears their underpants on the outside of their clothes. I'm sure this is just the book for some kids, but I find it off-putting and weird. The only one of this series that I enjoyed was Aliens Love Underpants. Ugh, clever but I won't use this one in story time because it glorifies the pirates stealing from other pirates and it's just weird that everyone wears their underpants on the outside of their clothes. I'm sure this is just the book for some kids, but I find it off-putting and weird. The only one of this series that I enjoyed was Aliens Love Underpants.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Morton

    This book is about a bunch of pirates seeking the golden underwear. They find that another group of pirates found it first and decided to cut the elastic in their underwear and steal it. Even the sharks are wearing underwear in this story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    I'm sure preschoolers will find this hilarious though they may not understand all of the word play. Also, I'm too lazy to find a GIF of it right now but all I can picture is Boy Meets World where Cory gets all mad at Shawn and growls "underpants." I'm sure preschoolers will find this hilarious though they may not understand all of the word play. Also, I'm too lazy to find a GIF of it right now but all I can picture is Boy Meets World where Cory gets all mad at Shawn and growls "underpants."

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    I normally love the Underpants books, but this one fell a little flat. The rhymes were not as nice and the cadence a bit hard to follow. Plus much of the story seems to be missing the underpants fun of the other stories in this series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    Absurd comedy. Silliness, pure and simple. Even the parents at storytime were giggling at the Black Bloomer and its crew. Yes, obviously I've used this one for storytime. Works well as a lighter pirate adventure, but could also be used for clothing or treasure themes. Absurd comedy. Silliness, pure and simple. Even the parents at storytime were giggling at the Black Bloomer and its crew. Yes, obviously I've used this one for storytime. Works well as a lighter pirate adventure, but could also be used for clothing or treasure themes.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    At a certain point your kids are old enough to read you a bedtime story and it’s awesome.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Delali

    Silly book about pirates who wear underpants of course! My daughter found it hilarious. It's a short rhyming read that's funny to kids every time. Silly book about pirates who wear underpants of course! My daughter found it hilarious. It's a short rhyming read that's funny to kids every time.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hααlεч ♥ Fιѕнεя

    2.5/5 stars (Most) Kids get a kick out of stories about underwear. This one just didn't do it for me or my 'kid'. 2.5/5 stars (Most) Kids get a kick out of stories about underwear. This one just didn't do it for me or my 'kid'.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elena Nagornaya

    This is similar to "Aliens Love Underpants" and it is by the same Author. It's about Priates looking for underpants and fighting the rival pirates. They are envious of their awesome underpants, bu the ultimate treasure ends up to be golden underpants! It s very creative, funny, humorous, and engaging for children. Level GR: M Lexile: AD540L Traits idea This is similar to "Aliens Love Underpants" and it is by the same Author. It's about Priates looking for underpants and fighting the rival pirates. They are envious of their awesome underpants, bu the ultimate treasure ends up to be golden underpants! It s very creative, funny, humorous, and engaging for children. Level GR: M Lexile: AD540L Traits idea

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Hicks

    There's pirates, underpants, and rhymes... what more can you ask for? There's pirates, underpants, and rhymes... what more can you ask for?

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    Great fun!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Emily Carlyn

    "What do you know about Pirates?" .... "Did you know that Pirates LOVE UNDERPANTS?!" "What do you know about Pirates?" .... "Did you know that Pirates LOVE UNDERPANTS?!"

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cori Dantio

    LOVE this book. Super cute book for small children. Can't wait to read it to my own someday! LOVE this book. Super cute book for small children. Can't wait to read it to my own someday!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Adam

    Read this tonight with a little friend we both enjoyed it. A simple short timeless book

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anoush

    A rhyming treasure hunt for the glittering pants of gold (not to be worn, just to be coveted, stolen, and protected).

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lee Ann

    Silly and fun. 2/5 stars.

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