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Rylan Enfinger, of Arbor Reserve, gets a closer look at the pirate reading him a story.

Privateers invade Lakewood Ranch area library

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Rylan Enfinger, of Arbor Reserve, gets a closer look at the pirate reading him a story.

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Tara Elementary School's Mia Turasz, 6, gets a front row spot with her brother, Jaxon, and cousin, Lucas Turasz, not pictured.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Tara Elementary School's Mia Turasz, 6, gets a front row spot with her brother, Jaxon, and cousin, Lucas Turasz, not pictured.

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Jennifer Price, whose pirate name is "Mermaid," reads the story "Mermaids Don't Take Bathes."

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Jennifer Price, whose pirate name is "Mermaid," reads the story "Mermaids Don't Take Bathes."

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Pirate Taz Beattie reads "The Skeleton Pirate" from the front deck.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Pirate Taz Beattie reads "The Skeleton Pirate" from the front deck.

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Heritage Harbour's Brittany Ham brings her sons, Esper, 4, and Grady, 8 months.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Heritage Harbour's Brittany Ham brings her sons, Esper, 4, and Grady, 8 months.

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Arthur Church is captured by story time. He made crafts, including a pirate ship made from paper and a straw, before boarding the pirate ship.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Arthur Church is captured by story time. He made crafts, including a pirate ship made from paper and a straw, before boarding the pirate ship.

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East County 5-year-old Regan Heist wore her pirate hat and brought a hook for her hand.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

East County 5-year-old Regan Heist wore her pirate hat and brought a hook for her hand.

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East County's Fallon Enfinger came with her kids, Jordan, Kyle and Rylan.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

East County's Fallon Enfinger came with her kids, Jordan, Kyle and Rylan.

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Capt. Barbarosa, known to his friends as John Swager, shows off the nine weapons he carries as a pirate.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Capt. Barbarosa, known to his friends as John Swager, shows off the nine weapons he carries as a pirate.

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SKIP ----- East County's 4-year-old Elise Kapper makes a craft pirate ship from paper, tape, stickers and a drinking straw.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

SKIP ----- East County's 4-year-old Elise Kapper makes a craft pirate ship from paper, tape, stickers and a drinking straw.

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The Privateers' ship is made out of an old school bus cut and welded with a truck. Everything else is added decoration.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

The Privateers' ship is made out of an old school bus cut and welded with a truck. Everything else is added decoration.

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Eight-year-old Grace Lightburne tests her ship-driving skills before story time. She came with her brothers, Charlie and Mitchell, and dad, Jeff.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Eight-year-old Grace Lightburne tests her ship-driving skills before story time. She came with her brothers, Charlie and Mitchell, and dad, Jeff.

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Palmetto's Julia Peavler, 3, loves the necklaces the pirates gave her.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Palmetto's Julia Peavler, 3, loves the necklaces the pirates gave her.

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Capt. One Eye (Jamie Van Deusen) welcomes children aboard.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Capt. One Eye (Jamie Van Deusen) welcomes children aboard.

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Pirate Terry Rapert, known by her pirate friends as "Cookie" helps control the crowd.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Pirate Terry Rapert, known by her pirate friends as "Cookie" helps control the crowd.

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Georgeina Hooker's mom is a pirate. "I'm a pirate, too," she said.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

Georgeina Hooker's mom is a pirate. "I'm a pirate, too," she said.

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East County's 4-year-old Elise Kapper makes a craft pirate ship from paper, tape, stickers and a drinking straw.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

East County's 4-year-old Elise Kapper makes a craft pirate ship from paper, tape, stickers and a drinking straw.

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From the deck of the ship, River Club's Braxton Miller, 5, asks if there's a plank to walk.

Saturday, Sep. 22, 2018 |

From the deck of the ship, River Club's Braxton Miller, 5, asks if there's a plank to walk.

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