Life Under the Pirate Code

Life Under the Pirate Code Pirates were thieves and murderers But even these criminals had to follow certain rules And if they broke the rules they faced severe punishments Look inside to learn about the pirate code and how it

  • Title: Life Under the Pirate Code
  • Author: Cindy Jenson-Elliott
  • ISBN: 9781429686112
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pirates were thieves and murderers But even these criminals had to follow certain rules And if they broke the rules, they faced severe punishments Look inside to learn about the pirate code and how it guided everyday life on a pirate ship.

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  • 491 Comments

  • Nice primer of a ship's articles on a pirate ship; more commonly known as the Code. I enjoyed the classic illustrations even if the book was rather brief. My eight year daughter read it and gave it the so-so sign. Overall, worth the time it will take to read with your little ones.


  • Pirates are a topic of endless fascination for young readers. “Life Under the Pirate Code,” offers an introduction to an aspect of piratical life that is often glossed over. Elliott takes care not to romanticize the code of rules that guided life onboard a pirate ship and the punishments for breaking the rules. This code, also called the ship’s articles, applied to nearly every aspect of the crew’s life, from the selection of the captain, to compensation for lost limbs, to punishments fo [...]


  • Although I am personally not that interested in pirates, I have a three year old son who loves Captain Hook. He really enjoyed this book, and I thought it was a great non-fiction description of pirates to expose a young child to.


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