Thanksgiving

Things to Make and Do for Thanksgiving

By Lorinda Bryan Cauley

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Includes a history of Thanksgiving, crafts, recipes, jokes, riddles, and games relating to this holiday.

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My Very Own Thanksgiving: A Book of Cooking and Crafts

By Robin West

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Kids can help! Make pretty table-settings and help plan menus. You may need an adult's help for some recipes.

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A Dragon Thanksgiving Feast: Things to Make and Do

By Loreen Leedy

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The dragon family celebrates Thanksgiving by preparing and enjoying a great feast. Includes instructions for activities and games related to the holiday.

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The First Thanksgiving

By Linda Hayward

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Young readers can discover the history of Thanksgiving for themselves. A Step into Reading book, Step 3.

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Minnie and Moo and the Thanksgiving Tree

By Denys Cazet

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Cow friends Minnie and Moo are happy to sip hot cocoa and eat cream puffs until their friends, the turkeys, arrive. They need their help to avoid being a Thanksgiving feast. No sooner do the cows hide them up a tree than the chickens show up... and the pigs... and the other cows.

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Happy Thanksgiving Rebus

By David A. Adler

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It's fun to put the pictures together to form words in this holiday puzzle book.

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Berenstain Bears' Thanksgiving

By Stan Berenstain

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Papa Bear thinks that Thanksgiving is the best holiday of all, but he's the one who needs to learn a lesson in understanding this time around.

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Meet Marcia Sewall

Marcia Sewall's name can be found on the covers of tons of classic fiction and folktales in the library. She has a simple drawing style that conveys the rhythm and characters of the stories without overwhelming them. Whether the subject is a family issue such as the death of a loved one (Saying Good-bye to Grandma by Jane Resh Thomas) or something more light-hearted (The Leprechaun's Story by Richard Kennedy), Marcia's drawings give the books a simple clarity.