Librarian and storyteller Gregg Krispell, left, helps keep Bob the  Parrot on Remi Moslemi's shoulder while Diego Nocobe watches during a  pirate-themed event Wednesday at the Hilton Head Island library. The  7-year-olds learned about pirates, played games and walked away with eye  patches and paper swords. Wednesday was International Talk Like A  Pirate Day.
Librarian and storyteller Gregg Krispell, left, helps keep Bob the Parrot on Remi Moslemi's shoulder while Diego Nocobe watches during a pirate-themed event Wednesday at the Hilton Head Island library. The 7-year-olds learned about pirates, played games and walked away with eye patches and paper swords. Wednesday was International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Sarah Welliver
Librarian and storyteller Gregg Krispell, left, helps keep Bob the Parrot on Remi Moslemi's shoulder while Diego Nocobe watches during a pirate-themed event Wednesday at the Hilton Head Island library. The 7-year-olds learned about pirates, played games and walked away with eye patches and paper swords. Wednesday was International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Librarian helps Hilton Head celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day

September 19, 2012 9:32 PM

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