CHESTER THE (almost) PIRATE by Ann P. Borrmann (Book Review #1423)


‘Chester the Pirate’ is a picture children’s book about Chester wanting to be a pirate. He goes to school to become one, and he isn’t alone. He has a friend called Roger, an octopus.

Chester and Roger’s adventure is sweet and endearing. The message embodied in the book is uplifting. The illustrations induce joyfulness and are filled with colors. This creates a perfect environment and experience for the young mind.

Children’s books always have to contain the necessary immediate attraction and continuous intrigue. The book did succeed in doing that.

The added humor and the entertainment really stand out. The author has created a perfect book for parents seeking fun and exciting material for their children. I recommend this book.

Written by Jeyran Main

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