|Statement||Ezra Jack Keats.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.K2253 Mag|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||78023834|
I purchased a copy of Maggie and the Pirate to donate to our school library in honor of a retired Kindergarten teacher. The used book arrived on time but in more "well loved" condition than I was lead to believe. Very expensive for a very used agabbayetassocies.coms: Maggie and the Pirate is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats, which tells a story about a girl named Maggie and her pet cricket named Niki who was stolen by a pirate. The text is rather simple and straightforward/5. Mar 26, · After discovering that her pet cricket, Niki, has been abducted, Maggie sets out to track down the person who took Niki and left in his place a note saying The Pirate was here Maggie and the Pirate: Ezra Jack Keats: agabbayetassocies.com: BooksReviews: In Maggie and the Pirate, Keats is at the height of his artistry. The story is action-packed, yet also moving and beautifully rendered. Maggie, a little girl in a remote rural community, has her pet cricket stolen by a strange boy, and she and her friends track him down.
The Snowy Day. All the magic of a winter day, in this version of the Keats classic. Oct 17, · Maggie and the Pirate EJK Foundation. Loading Unsubscribe from EJK Foundation? Read Aloud Books for Children - Duration: Pink Penguiny Recommended for you. Maggie and her friends have a run-in with a neighborhood bully, “the Pirate,” in this rich story set in the tropics. “The story contains a childlike sense of exaggerated adventure and melodrama. The illustrations are superb.” -Horn Book. Welcome to Old Children's Books, selling children's literature and picture books online since We have a collection of more than 10, scarce and out-of-print books, for readers, teachers and collectors.
Maggie, Paco, and Katie bury Niki and sing sad songs. Then, the pirate appears with the wooden cage. And inside is a new cricket. Ultimately, this book is about asking for, and receiving forgiveness. Not so much about pirates. But oddly enough, my rowdy, belly fart loving boy Author: Books For Breakfast. Maggie and the Pirate Ezra Jack Keats ~ Four Winds Press, Yea, so I really only have one friend that is as obsessive about collecting vintage kids' books as me (she perhaps even more so), so the next couple of days (including yesterday) I'm gonna highlight some titles she turned me on to of late. Maggie and the pirate. [Ezra Jack Keats] -- When Maggie's pet cricket is stolen, she and her friends embark on a search for the "pirate" thief which ensues in a small tragedy but the making of a new friend. The story deals with the disappearance of Maggie's pet cricket, its ultimate drowning when she scuffles with the self-proclaimed young "pirate" who has stolen it, and the pirate's sudden appearance at the cricket's funeral with a just-as-sudden confession: "It was the cage--I wanted it real bad.