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Discover the best pirate board books for toddlers. These pirate books are perfect for kids ages 1, 2, and 3 years old, and they’re sure to become favorites!
When you study pirates with your preschoolers, keep your toddlers occupied with this wonderful collection of pirate books for toddlers. Their sturdy pages and bright colors make them perfect for even your youngest kiddos.
Pirate Board Books for Toddlers
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of pirate books for kids that will help your toddlers get excited about all things pirate!
You should be able to find them at your local library or book store. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Pirates in Pajamas – Pirates just LOVE pajamas! Frilly ones and spotted ones, woolly ones and dotted ones. Leap aboard the Leaky Parrot for the funniest pirate pajama party EVER!
Ten Little Pirates – Count along with the Ten Little Pirates, in this action-packed, counting rhyme adventure! In a sturdy board book, perfect for little hands to hold.
Jake and the Neverland Pirates: The Great Treasure Hunt – Hook stumbles upon the Team Treasure Chest filled with Gold Doubloons. He drags it to Never Land where he tries to stay one step ahead of Jake’s crew. Will Hook get the Treasure Chest open before Jake and the crew hunt him down?
Pirates Don’t Take Baths – For any young child (or pig), there are few things more excruciating, more traumatic, more torturous than bathtime. And this little pig is putting his hoof down. No. More. BATHS. But how can he possibly accomplish this?
Good Night Pirate Ship – Arrr! Come plunder the seas with swashbuckling pirates in search of riches. This adorable board and educational book explores the exciting life of pirates. Hoist the sails, we’re off to sea!
Good Night Pirate Ship – Today, Bizzy Bear is packing his ship, hoisting the Jolly Roger and setting sail on an exciting pirate adventure! Little readers will love helping Bizzy steer his ship, dig for treasure, and open the treasure chest.
Pirate Ship – Climb aboard and get ready to set sail on the treasure-hunting Gold Pearl pirate ship. With peep-through surprises on every page, Pirate Ship will take you on a swashbuckling adventure across the Seven Seas.
10 Pesky Pirates – Embark on an amazing adventure with a crew of ten pesky pirates. Learn to count from 10 to 1 as the pirates brave the dangers of the sea: waves, cannons, whales and much more! Lift the flaps to find silly surprises around the ship.
Pirate Boy – After reading his favorite book about a pirate boy, Danny wonders what would happen if hesailed away on a pirate ship. Luckily, his mother reassures him that she would find him, even if she had to swim on a dolphin, battle sea monsters, and wield a bottle of pirate-shrinking magic spray to do it!
That’s Not My Pirate… – Young readers may touch various surfaces on pirates that are not the one someone is looking for, until at last the right one appears.
Playful Pirates – Jake and the Neverland Pirates: Playful Pirates sound book has an attached four-button audio module that enables children to add sound to a story. Children lift flaps on the book’s pages to find icons that match the buttons on the audio module.
Peppa the Pirate -Peppa and her friends love playing pirates at Danny Dog’s house. Grandad Dog is in charge of the pirates today but Grandpa Pig has taken his golden treasure! Can they help him find it? Arrrrr!
Pirates! – Very young children who open this sturdy little board book can take flights of fancy and make imaginary journeys to magical places.
Even Pirates Poop! – With a flap to lift on every page and a reward chart to track every little success, the stories will make children laugh and help them learn how to use their potties!
My First Pirate Book – Introduces the topic of pirates by asking readers to spot items within each pirate-themed illustration. On board pages.
Which of these books about pirates will you read first?
Round Out Your Pirate Unit with These Activities
Teach your preschoolers how to play tic-tac-toe with this pirate tic-tac-toe game. It’s perfect for Talk Like a Pirate Day!
Don’t Rock the Boat is a fun game in which preschoolers take turns stacking their pirates without sending them overboard!
Preschoolers can work on their handwriting skills with these pirate-themed handwriting worksheets.
You could round up a handful of hands-on activities to build the perfect pirate unit study for preschoolers.