The Crew Goes Coconuts! (Captain No Beard, #6) by Carole P. Roman

The Crew Goes Coconuts! (Captain No Beard, #6)

There is a storm brewing on the Flying Dragon, and it's not about the weather. When the crew finds themselves parched and not enough juice to go around, blame falls on Matie the goat, Hallie's friend. Divided, they square off, ready for a fight and Captain No Beard must teach his crew that not only is bullying wrong, they must learn to value and respect each and every member of the crew. Watch the crew of the Flying Dragon learn an important less...

Details The Crew Goes Coconuts! (Captain No Beard, #6)

TitleThe Crew Goes Coconuts! (Captain No Beard, #6)
Release DateMay 15th, 2014
PublisherCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
GenreChildrens, Fiction, Adventure

Reviews The Crew Goes Coconuts! (Captain No Beard, #6)

  • Sarah
    This is one of our favorites from the series. The illustrations are beautiful and vibrant. My daughter loves them. Such a wonderful book.
  • Becky
    Bullying, Prepare To Walk The Plank!This 48 page, soft-paper-bound book, with beautiful, bright colors and pictures throughout, is written for children. Pirates are the theme of “The Captain No Beard Series,” and this particular story’s subject matter is bullying.All on board the pirate ship are suffering from lack of things to drink. The goat, Matie, has drunk more than her share of the juice boxes, and now they are all gone. When they beg...
  • Gayle Pace
    REVIEWCarole P. Roman has a new character which she introduces to the reader. A goat who is aboard the flying ship which is all in the imagination. There is trouble on the ship since half the crew is mistreating the goat. Captain No Beard explains to the crew that hurting one another is not way to act. He shows them how they each have their own special things about them. Everyone is special in their own way. These days bullying is being recognize...
  • Jalynn Patterson
    About the Book:There is a storm brewing on the Flying Dragon, and it's not about the weather. When the crew finds themselves parched and not enough juice to go around, blame falls on Matie the goat, Hallie's friend. Divided, they square off, ready for a fight and Captain No Beard must teach his crew that not only is bullying wrong, they must learn to value and respect each and every member of the crew. Watch the crew of the Flying Dragon learn an...
  • Dylena Menard
    StorylineThe storyline for this book was just too cute. Frankly it's my favorite in the series because it has a good lesson for children to learn and the pacing of the story was nice and easy going. The moral of the story was basically teasing is bad and not everyone is perfect. That we should all find something nice about everyone instead of picking on them for the things we don't like about them and we need to look at ourselves because we all h...
  • Vera Godley
    If you are unfamiliar with Captain No Beard, it is about brothers, sisters, and cousins playing in the kid's bedroom and the bed is the ship, the stuffed animals are the crew, and the story line is usually solving the issues that kids face - sharing, bullying, meanness, kindness. And in The Crew Goes Coconuts! they learn that looking and speaking differently from each other does not entitle them to belittle, make fun of, or not accept each other....
  • M.M. Hudson
    In this new book of her Captain No Beard series, Carole P. Roman introduces a new character aboard the imaginary flying ship, a goat with an unusual name. The goat is mistreated by half the crew which cause trouble upon the ship. Captain No Beard intercedes and shows the crew that each of them have their own gifts, and that being hurtful to another is not the way a crew should act.--------Bullying is a huge topic these days and is finally being n...
  • Patricia Kemp Blackmon
    The crew start making fun of Matie the goat because she drank the last of the juice boxes. That left them with nothing to drink. But did they need to be mean to Matie? Being Captain is hard work! The Captain gives the crew some much needed advice after which a solution to the lack of something to drink come from an unexpected source. Just a hint: M-I-L-K.In this new picture book the author teaches another great lesson which solves more than one p...
  • Chris The Story Reading Ape
    Matie the Goat is the newest member of the crew, but is not popular with anyone except Hallie and Cayla.The crew are ready to mutiny, but the Captain comes up with a clever way to stop it.Great story ideas well told and excellent colour drawings are hallmarks of this series.See my review also at:
  • Autumn
    We received this book to give an honest review.So I am still giving this book a 5 even though there was 1 or 2 mistakes within the story. K loves pirates so this book is a perfect read for him. Not only that there is a message within the story. It teaches kids that you should be friends with people and not treat them differently. You have a new member on the ship and her name is Matie the goat. But she smells funny, drinks all the juice boxes and...
  • Melanie Adkins
    A new crew mate is on board - Matie the goat. The regular crew isn't happy about it either. They think because of Matie they've gone through all their ice boxes on this hot, hot day. The crew begin to bully and tease Matie, making her cry. Then Captain No Beard steps in. A fantastic book for children. The lessons this series teaches are invaluable. This particular book teaches kids that no one is perfect. It tells them teasing and bullying are wr...
  • Momma Frugal
    My kids and I absolutely love the "A Captain No Beard" series! The author and illustrator of this series does an absolutely fantastic job with this book. It is very colorful, funny, and always has a great lesson included in the book.I love that a new character was added to the story! Matie the goat! And yes that is quite an unusual name for a goat!This would be a perfect addition to your child's library. This would also make a great gift. This se...
  • May Fungi From Yuggoth
    Got a problem? Use the imagination? Friends mad at you? Use the imagination to change your perspective and theirs. Kudos to author Carole P. Roman, who gently guides children to imagine e, to think, and to then make GOOD decisions. Peer pressure and the innate tendency to scapegoat CAN be overcome!
  • Diana Pettis
    I loved the message in this story about understanding the differences between others. I could see myself reading this aloud to students at the beginning of the school year.
  • Anne Rightler
    The Crew Goes Coconuts, award-winning book by Carole P. Roman, is book #6 in the Captain No Beard series and continues the delightful story of an imaginary pirate and his crew. Oh, no! The crew is taking sides. Matie, the goat, drank too much juice and the crew is hot and thirsty. Who ever heard of a goat named Matie? And she talks funny and stinks too. Captain No Beard knows what to do to pull the team back together again. And Matie knows just w...
  • Laura Thomas
    It’s not always smooth sailing on the Flying Dragon and a storm is brewing aboard ship. All of the juice is gone and no matter where they search, none is to be found. When Matie the goat is blamed for their plight, the crew learns an important message about bullying and casting blame.This was such a fun new adventure. And I loved the lesson to be learned. We all find it easy to cast blame, especially when it’s many against one. It’s our job...
  • Shelbie Rosenblum
    It was a cute read that any child can follow and learn from. My inner child found a new crew to be a part of, that also has a smart captain at the helm.
  • Penny Minding Mom
    There are so many life lessons to learn. Sometimes these lessons are easily learned, and other times we learn them the hard way. I love stories that help teach my little ones about handling everyday situations before they come up. Knowing how to handle something before it happens, always makes it easier to handle!“The Crew Goes Coconuts!” is another swashbuckling tale starring our favourite Captain…Captain No Beard! There is trouble aboard ...
  • Charles
    Captain No Beard and his crew have once again embarked on a great adventure, but this time the crew is splintered into factions. Matie the goat is the focal point of the dissension, with only Hallie and Cayla thinking that Matie is pretty. The others are making fun of Matie, hurting her feelings and generally being mean. Only Fribbet the frog refuses to take sides and take a chance on alienating some of his friends.Finally, Captain No Beard inter...
  • N.N. Light
    I normally don’t like bullying in children’s books but in The Crew Goes Coconuts, Carole P Roman changes my mind. She takes a different approach and I like it.Someone has drank all the juice boxes on board and a few of the crew members start to blame Matie the Goat. Then they start teasing Matie because she is different from them. Matie can hear them and her feelings are hurt. Hattie sticks up for Matie and soon there are two sides of the shi...
  • Janie Evans
    My first read by Carole P Roman and I have to say that me and my 8 year old daughter enjoyed this story very much. We took turns reading the pages of the story and it will not be our last book that we read by the author. It all starts with the imaginations of cousins Hallie and Alexander as they bring their stuffed animals to life. Matty the goat drank all the juice boxes by mistake. Some of the "crew" forgive Matty but others make fun of how dif...
  • Shelly Itkin
    If you have read any of the Captain No Beard series readers will realize the book has a lesson for children. This book offers a very important one about bullying. Not everyone of is the same and that is not a bad thing. We have to learn to get along. Many of the crew, Mongo, Linus,and Polly were mad at Hallie for bringing a goat on the ship. Hallie was friends with Cayla and she liked it but Fribbit was unsure. He did not want to take sides this ...
  • Kristi Bernard
    Captain No Beard and his crew are out on another adventure, but this time the heat is making them all very thirsty and very cranky. The crew’s crabby attitude started with Matie the goat. Matie has been accused of drinking more than her share of the juice boxes. As a result, Matie was teased by some of the crew. Unfortunately, Captain No Beard had a bulling incident on his ship. Can he bring his crew to an understanding of each member’s diffe...
  • Linda B
    The pirate gang is back in Volume 6 of the Captain No Beard stories. Polly, Fribbit, Cayla, Hallie, Linus, Mongo, and of course, Capt. No Beard are all here. This time we also meet Matie the goat.The story is about teasing, hurt feelings, and with the guidance of Captain No Beard they learn more about each other and why teasing can be hurtful. Once again, this is a fun, interesting, and entertaining book that children will love, and with an impor...
  • Ruth B
    This new adventure of Captain No Beard is a lesson on how to act against bullying. A simple lesson on why being mean to each other is wrong. I think the plot is interesting enough for attract kids and their families. I like how the act of bullying is presented to us as the simple act of blaming someone just because they are different. And the solution was my favorite part. Kids need to understand that putting yourself in someone else's shoes can ...
  • Susan
    Once again we find Captain No Beard and his crew on another journey. This time the captain allows his baby sister aboard along with 'Hallie' the goat. Soon they are out of drinking water, 'Hallie' has drank it all which makes the rest of the crew mad causing half the crew to make fun of her and the other half very mad. Captain No Beard thinks of different ways to stop this bullying but it's the goat that comes up with the idea. A very clever way ...
  • Cheryl
     "Imagination is a powerful thing."THE CREW GOES COCONUTS is the sixth book in the Captain No Beard series by author/illustrator Roman. I have enjoyed each and every one of these entertaining yet educational children's books.In this installment, another new member joins the crew - Matie the Goat. But half the crew doesn't like her and end up bullying and teasing her. Captain No Beard comes up with a clever way for the crew to realize what they'v...
  • Theresa
    Captain No Beard's crew adds a new crew member causing mixed emotions from the rest of the crew. The crew members are divided when it comes to deciding if the new crew member Matie the Goat is a good addition or not. Captain No Beard helps the crew decide as they search for something to drink. The book is beautifully illustrated with a story that helps children understand not all differences are bad.
  • Mrs Mommy Booknerd
    4.5 stars SERIES REVIEW: An awesome adventure books that my kids and I have read over and over again! Great stories, amazing pictures and a great cast of characters! The books are more than just books...they are hours of fun. After we read one of the books I created a treasure hunt for the kids, with a map and real treasure! Such fun when books becomes more than just books and become bonding moments and amazing memories! 4.5 stars
  • Bonnie Rediske-
    I genuinely love this series. A unique way of teaching moral lessons to kids. This one tackles the ever growing issue of treating people poorly just because they are different. Such a subtle story about bullying brought to life by this band of siblings who have a vivid imagination to boot. The story incorporates problem solving in unexpected ways. This series should be in every school library. Another 5 awesome fangs!