The Pirates of the Caribbean search Disneyland! Legendary buccaneers enlist young Baltazar to find lost treasure!
"I enjoyed the book immensely and found it utterly chARRRRRming! A dreamy holiday for a wee pirate with some colorful swashbuckling characters!"
- Cap'n Slappy, co-founder of Talk Like a Pirate Day
"An amusement park beset by pirates is a winning combination. Young pirate apprentices will enjoy this wild ride as Baltazar and his new friends search for treasure....younger pirates will also enjoy having the story read to them as they explore the intricate and wonderful artwork that fills each page." - Pirates and Privateers
Ages ago, Greybeard hid his treasure chest from fellow swashbucklers. Ever since, the beautiful Captain and her infamous Corsairs have searched for it, but their map missed the key piece. Tonight Redlocks recruits Greybeard's descendant, young Baltazar, to help locate the long-lost riches.
The boy leads the way, but now the bustling amusement park Treasure Island sits atop the buried booty. Join the crew of the flying Cutlass (a legendary cast that includes Hook, Long John Silver, and Black Bart) on a roller coaster to discover where "X" marks the spot. Can Baltazar help them strike pay dirt before their tickets expire?
Fans of Pirateology, How I Became a Pirate, Pirates Don't Change Diapers will enjoy this ultimate joy ride.
"The best part? The head pirate, Captain Redlocks, is a redheaded woman. Oh yes she is. And she captains the Cutlass, the fastest ship in the skies. Because not only men can be all swarthy and adventurous and brandish swords and wear cool black eye patches....My redheaded daughter and I think this book should immediately be made into a movie, since the stunning illustrations look like animation and the theme park tie-in is just too good for Hollywood to pass up. When it comes out, don't say I didn't tell you so." - Cool Mom Picks
"Movies and television shows have altered what captivates and entertains our kids during story time these days. Although classic stories will always make a wonderful addition to any collection, children often look for more engaging visuals and storylines. In the new children's picture book, Baltazar and the Flying Pirates, kids step right into a fun and beautifully illustrated adventure. Baltazar, a young boy with a very imaginative mind, has a dream about pirates and their treasure, bringing readers to an amusement park on a quest to find the pirates' hidden treasure chest despite having an incomplete map and needing to overcome different obstacles. The story looks like an animated film, and the lively drawings prove perfect for inspiring little minds. Your child will not be disappointed by this story; in fact, don't be surprised if you get requests to read it over and over again!" - Mom Central