Saturday, March 26, 2011
Small Saul loved the sea. He loved its vastness, its calmness, its blueness.
Small Saul wants to be a pirate--a real pirate. But he's not only small--much, much smaller than your average pirate, he's also different, you might say special. Small Saul does not have the strengths generally associated with pirates. He has his own way of seeing the world, his own way of doing things. And the other pirates, well, they don't always understand Small Saul. In fact, most of the time, they don't understand him at all. Can Small Saul find his own place on the pirate ship? Can Small Saul's uniqueness be a blessing instead of a curse?
I liked this one. I didn't love it. Not like I loved Ashley Spires' Binky the Space Cat books. But it was fun; it was enjoyable.
Text: 3 out of 5
Illustrations: 2 out of 5
Total: 5 out of 10
© 2011 Becky Laney of Young Readers