The good pirate Kyler thought winning over the townsfolk for a meal and supplies was going to be the hard part of his trip.

He didn’t realize he’d need to save them from the mean pirate Blackbeard!

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Calling All Good Pirates! About this book…

‘The Good Pirate’ began as an impromptu dinner-time story to my son Kyler and turned into a labor of love. I am proud to have created something that I have been able to share with my kids, stepped on and over like so many other children’s classics like ‘Cat in the Hat’, ‘Curious George’, and of course ‘Where the Wild Things Are’.

Ideally ‘The Good Pirate’ is a fun adventure tale with a couple of subtle lessons intertwined.

I made this book available for free with the hopes that if you’ve read this to your children and they like it, you’ll think enough of it to pass it on to family and friends. If you’re the super-awesome type that wants your own print copy, you can get it from a small retail site named Amazon.

© 2012–2021 Ken Drab.
I would be sad if someone reproduced or copied the artwork without the consent of me – the author.

The People Speaketh!

We’ve put out the call to all the good pirates! See what kids and parents have to say about ‘The Good Pirate’!