Pirates are always a fun topic to teach our young ones.
My wife found a pirates book from the library and it proved to an instant hit for my son.
He likes looking at the colorful illustrations and it keeps him busy for a while flipping through the pages.
I always liked pirates as they are always having different exciting adventures.
These are some of the best pirate board books for toddlers that I found.
9 Best Pirate Board Books For Toddlers
Treasure Island: A BabyLit Shapes Primer: The colorful pages shows some basic shapes such as circle, square and triangle etc. Associates the shapes to pirate’s square house and circle gold coins. The bright colors and cute illustrations easily attracts babies attention.
Ahoy, me hearties! Join Jim Hawkins as he sails the open seas searching for treasure and learning shapes along the way in Treasure Island: A BabyLit Shapes Primer. Spy the OVAL of Long John Silver’s eye patch, the TRIANGLES in the sails of The Hispaniola, and the CROSS that marks the spot of lots o’treasure! But watch your back because dead men tell no tales.
My Pirate Adventure (A “Peep-through-the-page” Board Book): These brilliant board books allow the child’s active imagination to take them on an amazing journey by going through the shaped windows in the book.If you were a pirate for one day, what would you do? Join our little hero and his sister, and share in their action packed day. Peep through the windows in the story to see what’s coming next!
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? Well, by being someone else, of course. After all, everyone knows that pirates, astronauts, and knights in shining armor–just to name a few–never, EVER take baths. Now if only he can convince his mother.
Bizzy Bear: Pirate Adventure: 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. With chunky sliders to push and pull, this robust little board book is perfect for active toddlers. Rich in visual detail and with touches of humor, it is sure to become a classic in the family library.
Good Night Pirate Ship: Arrrr! Come plunder the seas with swashbuckling pirates in search of riches. This book explores the exciting life of pirates, including treasure chests, pieces of 8, gold doubloons, pirate flags, cannons and cannon balls, swords, spyglasses, Spanish forts, pirate clothing, pirate foods, the Caribbean, Royal British Navy, and more.
Pig Kahuna Pirates!: Fergus and Dink love playing at the beach. But when Dink wakes up from his nap in a crabby mood, it’s up to big brother Fergus to pull him out of it. Does the little fella want to take a swim? Build a sand castle? Have a juice box? Aaargh! Only one thing will tame the tantrum – when Fergus invites Dink to play with his new pirate ship of sand, and gives him the starring role as pirate captain. Sometimes it feels right to squint your eyes and act like a scurvy dog of a pirate. And with a little brotherly love, you might even forget what was so terrible in the first place…
Even Pirates Poop: Even Princesses Poop and Even Pirates Poop are charming, witty stories of a little princess and pirate who are learning how to use the potty. At first, Princess Phoebe and Pirate Pete don’t understand what potties are for… so they use them in unusual ways!
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!
Pirate’s Twelve Days of Christmas: Ahoy mateys—Christmas be comin’, and even pirates celebrate! In this exciting, vibrant, high-seas reimagining of “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” a brave cabin boy receives marvelously mysterious gifts for 12 days. But who are they from? With a lively sense of fun and rhythm, and energetic pirate slang, Philip Yates and Sebastià Serra create a delightful world all their own—and the perfect introduction to a traditional Christmas carol for the Advent season.
That’s Not My Pirate: A touchy-feely board book with simple, repetitive text, tactile patches and bold illustrations suitable for babies and toddlers. A little white mouse appears on every page, for children to spot.