Rave Reviews!

What Our Readers Are Saying About Princesses Can Be Pirates Too!…


5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful and Empowering!
November 30, 2012 By jollyonw

“Goodness, this is such a delightful experience for a parent and daughter to enjoy together. Or son! Certainly the value of young female empowerment and equality is so important in today’s age. This is an inspirational and heartwarming vision along many dimensions, and a welcome addition to our library of treasures…”


5.0 out of 5 stars Stealthy Pirate Steals Hearts
December 7, 2012 By Ross Murker

“Great fun, delightfully written & illustrated for young children to be read to and beginning readers to read from, this book finds and evokes a great sense of innocent fun and wonder for children of all ages. Buy this book! Read it aloud to your children, grandchildren, or even (perhaps especially!) the child inside your own heart.
Simply, joy!”

5.0 out of 5 stars Whimsical, fun story offers timeless message
December 2, 2012 By Staci Sprout

“I had the great fortune to hear the author read this book aloud at a book preview, and it was magic! I’m not much for children’s books, but this one caught my eye and stole my heart. It has all the makings of a children’s classic in our modern world, where little girls want to be frilly, sweet and bold all at once–and can be. Special nod to the illustrator, whose talent delighted me page after page.”
5.0 out of 5 stars Rave Reviews from Pre School Group
November 30, 2012 By E&C

“We ended up with an early copy of this book (which was acquired for our daughter); my 5 yr old son found it & truly enjoyed it. After multiple readings he asked if he could bring it to his preschool class for a reading – we did and the class loved it! Ironically one of the 5 year old boys in the class found it ‘scary’, but given how cheerfully the storyline and illustrations are (not scary whatsoever) I am compelled to believe this boy took the news that ‘Princesses Can Be Pirates Too’ pretty hard. :)

5.0 out of 5 stars Fun reading and great illustrations
November 30, 2012 By wilsonfmly

“What a fun and inspiring book for young readers! Great message for everyone that gender doesn’t limit us from seeking out whatever adventure we are drawn to.”

5.0 out of 5 stars Children’s Book of the Year!
December 6, 2012 By Poetessa

“The story line, along with the quirky and fun-fllled pictures on each page, draw the reader in and hold their attention from beginning to end. The story, written by Christi Zellerhoff, about a little girl who defiantly addresses her somewhat older brother and his friends and pronounces that girls can most certainly be pirates too and the expertly designed characters, created and painted by artist/illustrator Amy Davis, is sure to be a cherished keepsake in any family.

Drawing their inspiration from personal experiences with their families makes it special. So many of the feelings and and antics that are a part of every family. Adults as well as children will love this book. The characterizations and artwork are not childish, they are inspired. For their first book, this duo of Zellerhoff and Davis have created a literary treasure that should be a part of every home. Don’t miss out on this one folks!

Looking for many more books to come, knowing that they will all be high quality and entertaining. It’s rare when you find a child’s book that has both an inspirational and fun message. A book that is heartwarming with interesting and fhilarious artwork to accompany it. A book that will be read again and again. Worth much more than what I paid for it.

Thank you! I Congratulations ladies, please keep the books coming! I’ll be looking for them!”

5.0 out of 5 stars Adorable and with a great message!
December 6, 2012 By Tacy Cass

“This is a great book that reminds kids that they can be whatever they want to be. The rhyming is fun to read together and the illustrations are fabulous.”
5.0 out of 5 stars Magical Images, Quirky Charm!
December 2, 2012 By Patrick Means

“What a great kids’ book! The story line is fresh and the illustrations are magical. And even though the feisty heroine is a bit like Princess Merida in Brave, the story has an ouside-the-box, quirky charm that separates it from the typical Disney genre of children’s books. As an author I appreciate the production values of this book – the art is outstanding! And as a grandfather, I know a Christmas gift when I see it. This one’s going in all three of my granddaughters’ stockings. I hope we see a lot more from this author-artist team in the years ahead!

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