Free Download [Self Help Book] ☆ Victricia Malicia: Book-Loving Buccaneer - by Carrie Clickard Mark Meyers È

By Carrie Clickard Mark Meyers | Comments: ( 392 ) | Date: ( Aug 21, 2019 )

Victricia Malicia Calamity Barrett may have been born on her family s pirate ship, but this mild mannered young lady is sick of the sea she d much rather be ashore with her nose permanently buried in a book But when Scylla the Serpent the scourge of the sea appears, quick thinking Vic saves the ship by thunking the serpent on the head with her trunk full of books For heVictricia Malicia Calamity Barrett may have been born on her family s pirate ship, but this mild mannered young lady is sick of the sea she d much rather be ashore with her nose permanently buried in a book But when Scylla the Serpent the scourge of the sea appears, quick thinking Vic saves the ship by thunking the serpent on the head with her trunk full of books For her bravery she is rewarded with the thing she wants most a home on a little island She opens a bookstore, and Landlubber Books becomes the pirates favorite port in a storm As Carrie Clickard s nimble, jaunty rhymes roll off the tongue like waves onto shore, children will delight in Victricia s adventures while parents will relate to her family s attempts to understand their unusual daughter Victricia may not be a typical pirate hero, but she is the captain of her own destiny in this rollicking tale of self determination, sticking to your dreams, and the joy of reading.


  • Title: Victricia Malicia: Book-Loving Buccaneer
  • Author: Carrie Clickard Mark Meyers
  • ISBN: 9781936261123
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Victricia Malicia: Book-Loving Buccaneer

  • Matt

    A book about pirates and an errant girl who hates the life. She does not want a peg leg, an eye patch or to sail the seas. She would rather read and life on her own island, away from the sway of a boat or squawking of a parrot. She convinces her family and ends up turning her life around to help everyone. Neo liked the rhymes and the pirate speak lots of laughing here.


  • Carrie

    Told in complex rhyme with colorful art, this book is the one for any seafarer's heart. The ending really got me, as everyone gets a future that fits them best.


  • Jenny

    Victricia Malicia is born into a pirate family. But she doesn't fit in. She's no good at swabbing the decks, tying knots or cooking/eating pirate food. She is a great reader, however, with a great imagination. Her family often gets frustrated by her but in the end, she does them a great service which improves all of their lives.How can you not love a book about a pirate who loves to read? This was a hit with all 3 of my girls. We enjoyed the fun rhymes, the pirate vernacular, even the mean sound [...]


  • Terry

    Big Kid Reaction: It takes a couple readings to fully grasp the rhyming pattern, but it is OH SO WORTH IT. This is a story with humor in words and imagery, and you can't help but love the ending.Pros: Lots of pirate talk, plenty of humor, and fast-paced rhyme make this a delight for all ages.To read our full review, go to The Reading Tub®.


  • Samantha

    I wanted to love this book as much as Wild About Books by Judy Sierra (these 2 books are similarly formatted), but I didn't. Victricia is a pirate who doesn't want to be a pirate. The text has a rollicking rhythm to it and the illustrations are big, bright and colorful, but it's just not my first choice when it comes to pirate picture books.


  • Elizabeth

    I'm not a fan of pirates, so this was not a favorite. I did enjoy the pirate versions of book titles sprinkled throughout, such as "Don't Let the Pigeon Steer the Ship," "Prancy Nancy and the Posh Parrot," "Go Away Big Green Sea Monster," and my personal favorite, "Knuffle Parrot." I <3 Knuffle Parrot.


  • Ellen

    Ok, this is an E-reader, a kid's books. It is a delightful read in rhyme. It is designed to be read out loud and enjoyed by everyone. I don't have young ones at home now, but it is a book I will probably buy and salt away for any one day grandkids.


  • Allison

    I think my favorite part of the book is the shelves full of books with slightly altered titles such as "Knuffle Parrot" and "The Very Hungry Shiprat" oh and probably the only Seuss title I actually kinda want to read "Green Eggs and Scurvy."


  • Harla

    My new favorite picture book for the year. I loved this take on a land loving pirate girl. It has a great library ending. Great rhyming and vocabulary! Highly recommend this onewe need to buy it for our library.


  • Sarah

    This is a very cute story, but it's a tongue twister. I had to practice a few times before I could read it with the right rhythm and I'm still not sure I'm pronouncing her name right. It's a sweet pirate story.


  • Lauren

    I liked this one better than Libby did


  • Danica Midlil

    "sea-faring librarians"


  • Lisa

    The rhyme is above reproach and the character is engaging. I am in awe of the author's talents!


  • Kendra

    Long, but sweet. "Odd one out" kids in every family should appreciate it. And really, if you can't be a pirate, what better profession is there than a librarian?


  • Mollie B

    Read it to myself, it will be a tongue-twister for sure! #tonguetwisters


  • Sam O'Heren

    A cute idea, but probably not going to fly off of the shelves. The best part? Get out your specs and read the titles of all of the books. "Diary of a Wimpy Lad" and "Horton Hears Ahoy" indeed!


  • Kim

    While it does promote reading, I found it tedious in making it's point. I read a LOT of kids books in my line of work, and I think that this one will appeal to a narrow section of the audience.


  • Jill

    I just love books that have rhyme and rhythm like this. We all really enjoyed reading this one.


  • Tom

    5 stars for rhyming tentacular with vernacular, among other fantastic rhymes and fun.


  • Karen Dransfield

    A family of many generations of pirates and Victricia doesn't want to live on the boat or be a pirate after some terribly accidents they finally head to a small island.


  • Robin

    Cute and clever rhyming story for pirate-loving bibliophiles.


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