The New England Pirate Museum
- Gibbons, Gail. Pirates: Robbers of the High Seas. Little, Brown, c1993.
- Gibbons, Gail. Sunken Treasure. HarperCollins, c1988.
- Hidden Treasures of the Sea. National Geographic, c1988.
- Platt, Richard. Pirate. Alfred A. Knopf, c1994.
- Ross, Stewart. Fact or Fiction: Pirates. Millbrook Press, c1995.
- Bulla, Clyde Robert. Pirate's Promise. Harper, c1994.
- An easy-to-read chapter book.
- Corbett, Scott. Captain Butcher's Body. Little, Brown, c1976.
- Fleischman, Sid. The Ghost in the Noonday Sun. Scholastic, c1991.
- Captain Scratch and his dastardly crew capture Oliver Finch and spirit him away on their pirate vessel in search of adventure. (RL 5)
- Fleischman, Sid. The 13th Floor: A Ghost Story. Greenwillow, c1995.
- Giff, Patricia Reilly. The Gift of the Pirate Queen. Dell, c1990
- Kennedy, Richard. Amy's Eyes. Harper & Row, c1985.
- Mahy, Margaret. The Great Piratical Rumbustification. Morrow, c1993.
- Mahy, Margaret. The Pirate's Mixed-Up Voyage. Puffin, c1995.
- Captain Wafer and his crew of would-be pirates set sail for the Thousand Islands with a plot to kidnap a famous inventor.
- McNaughton, Colin. Captain Abdul's Pirate School. Candlewick, c1994.
- A hilarious picture book read-aloud for all ages.
- Osborne, Mary P. Pirate's Past Noon. Random House, c1994.
- The Magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie back to the days of deserted islands, secret maps, hidden gold, and nasty pirates.
- Whipple, A.B.C. The Mysterious Voyage of Captain Kidd. Random House, c1970.
- Yolen, Jane. The Ballad of the Pirate Queens. Harcourt Brace, c1995.
- Celebrates the story of Anne Bonney and Mary Reade, the most famous female pirates of all time.
- Captain Blackwell's Treasure: A Mystery Jigsaw with a Secret Puzzle Picture. bePuzzled, c1993.
(Reading Level: 6.4)
- Avi. Captain Gray. Toronto, Canada: Random House of Canada Limited, c1977.
- A fast paced adventure story of young Kevin Cartwright who is captured by Captain Grey and his murderous band of piratees.
- Boyd, Mildred. Black Flags and Pieces of Eight. New York: Criterion Books Inc., c1965.
- DePau, Linda Grant. Pirates and Buccaneers. New York: Macdonald Educational, c1975.
- Scieszka, Jon. The Not-So-Jolly-Roger. Puffin, 1993.
- From "The Time Warp Trio" series. Three friends are sent back in time and find themselves prisoners of the evil pirate Blackbeard. (Ages 7-11)
- Thompson, Brenda and Rosemary Giesen. Pirates. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, c1977.
- Cahill, Robert Ellis. Pirates and Lost Treasures. Peabody, MA: Chandler-Smith Publishing Inc., c1987.
- Concise account of pirate activity along the New England coast in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. (Teacher or Student)
- Cahill, Robert Ellis. Shipwrecks and Treasures. Peabody, MA: Chandler-Smith Publishing Inc., c1984.
- An account of the shipwrecks and treasures that lie buried in New England waters, and the attempt to salvage them. (Teacher or Student)
- Course, Captain A.G. Pirates of the Western Seas. London: Frederich Muller, c.1969.
- Covers the early history of the pirates of the West Indies and Atlantic, and some of the exploits of the most famous pirates - Morgan, Black, Bellamy, Low. (Teacher or Student)
- Dow, George Francis and Edmonds, John Henry. The Pirates of the New England Coast, 1630-1730. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., c. 1923.
-Scholarly account and excellent source of information on local pirates. (Teacher)
- Snow, Edward Rowe. Pirates and Buccaneers of the Atlantic Coast. Boston, MA: Yankee Publishing Co., c.1944.
-Readable account of the activities of the pirates of New England, Chesapeake Bay, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. (Teacher or Student)
- Snow, Edward Rowe. Pirates, Shipwrecks and Historic Chronicles. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., c.1981.
-Highly readable account of pirates, lighthouses, treasures, shipwrecks, incredible occurrences and supernatural tales. (Teacher or Student)
- Stockton, Frank. Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coast. New York: Macmillan Co., c.1967.
-Reprint of the 1898 classic for young people; stories of seagoing scoundrels who plundered North America from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries. (Student)
- Woodbury, George. The Great Days of Piracy in the West Indies. New York: W.W. Norton and Co. Inc., c1951.
-Good source of information on pirate life and the historical background of pirates in the West Indies. (Teacher or Student)
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