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Holidays & Celebrations
  • Author:
    Diane de Groat,Eve Bunting
  • ISBN:
    0780775953
  • ISBN13:
    978-0780775954
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  • Publisher:
    Perfection Learning (September 1, 1995)
  • Subcategory:
    Holidays & Celebrations
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Eve Bunting’s book A Turkey For Thanksgiving has all of these criteria - and more! It is also a good book for children who are vegetarians or vegans. In A Turkey For Thanksgiving Mrs. Moose is preparing a Thanksgiving dinner for her and Mr. Moose’s animal friends

Eve Bunting’s book A Turkey For Thanksgiving has all of these criteria - and more! It is also a good book for children who are vegetarians or vegans. Moose’s animal friends. However, this year she has decided that she wants a turkey for dinner so Mr. Moose, joined by his friends, sets off to find one. Eventually a turkey is found by the river and brought back for dinner.

Eve Bunting’s book A Turkey For Thanksgiving has all of these criteria - and more! It is also a good book for children who are vegetarians or vegans.

Eve Bunting has written over two hundred books for children, including the Caldecott Medal-winning Smoky Night . Eve Bunting’s book A Turkey For Thanksgiving has all of these criteria - and more! It is also a good book for children who are vegetarians or vegans

Eve Bunting has written over two hundred books for children, including the Caldecott Medal-winning Smoky Night, illustrated by David Diaz, The Wall, Fly Away Home, and Train to Somewhere. She lives in Southern California. Diane deGroat is the award-winning illustrator of more than 130 books. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts. Eve Bunting’s book A Turkey For Thanksgiving has all of these criteria - and more! It is also a good book for children who are vegetarians or vegans.

Thanksgiving is about more than the turkey! Here are ten recommended books for kids ages that celebrate sharing, community, and family. A Turkey for Thanksgiving. Illustrated by: Diane De Groat. Age Level: 3-6. Reading Level: Beginning Reader. Read these stories to the children in your life to help them see what the spirit of Thanksgiving is really all about. Also see: Remembering and Giving Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Moose invite all their animal friends for Thanksgiving dinner. The only one missing is Turkey.

A turkey for Thanksgiving. by. Bunting, Eve, 1928-; De Groat, Diane, illustrator. Thanksgiving Day, Turkeys, Moose, Thanksgiving Day, Turkeys, Moose, Moose, Thanksgiving Day, Turkeys. New York : Clarion Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

OTHER DETAILS: A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting and illustrate by Diane de Groat is the First Scholastic printing from 1993 and is a great story for vegans and vegetarians with a gracious twist ending most children.

OTHER DETAILS: A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting and illustrate by Diane de Groat is the First Scholastic printing from 1993 and is a great story for vegans and vegetarians with a gracious twist ending most children love, Reading level 2 and Thanksgiving Surprise is from 1984 and is a great activity book for children who like to color with crayons o. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING: includes boxed bubble wrap either USPS First Class or 2-3 day PRIORITY USPS mail with tracking and insurance; which ever is cheapest to your postal code.

Eve Bunting has written more than two hundred books for young readers, including Pirate Boy (Holiday House), The Wedding, and Smoky Night (HMH Books for Young Readers), the winner of the 1995 Caldecott Medal.

Mr. and Mrs. Moose invite all their animal friends for Thanksgiving dinner and the only one missing is Turkey. When they set out to find him, Turkey is quaking with fear because he doesn't realize that his hosts want him at their table, not on it. "This ideal family read-aloud will awaken the holiday spirit in all." -- Publishers Weekly

Inth
My day job, as a teacher requires me to read many books to my students. This book has been a favorite of mine for years. Because of the comedy in the story, older (4-6th) grade student can enjoy it as well as primary students. I like to use this book to teach prediction and have the student make a prediction as to whether or not Mr, Moose and his "hunting party" will catch Turkey or not. Students enjoy writing their prediction before we finish the book. The ending has a cute twist everyone can enjoy. This is a great book to read the day before Fall Break, as it is light hearted and fun.
Tejar
When selecting books for our children, I try to pick stories that will hold their attention, provide an important message, and involve animals and/or nature. Eve Bunting’s book A Turkey For Thanksgiving has all of these criteria - and more! It is also a good book for children who are vegetarians or vegans.
In A Turkey For Thanksgiving Mrs. Moose is preparing a Thanksgiving dinner for her and Mr. Moose’s animal friends. However, this year she has decided that she wants a turkey for dinner so Mr. Moose, joined by his friends, sets off to find one. Eventually a turkey is found by the river and brought back for dinner. The terrified turkey is delighted, and relieved, to learn that he isn’t the main course, but a guest at this vegetarian feast! This delightful book evokes the true spirit of Thanksgiving. –Reviewed by Glenn Perrett
Goltikree
I’m a retired children’s Librarian and this was always my favorite thanksgiving Storytime book-The illustrations are priceless-The kids loved it!
interactive man
Cute thanksgiving book! My 3 year old loved the pictures!
Ce
This book is absolutely charming! Both the words and the illustrations perfectly capture the warmth and gratitude of Thanksgiving, as well as a family atmosphere. I would recommend this book to both the young and old.
Ishnsius
Cute story -- perfect to use as the "script" for traditional family "drama" performed by the kids after Thanksgiving dinner.
Gavikelv
I read this every year, for I think 10 years now, to my Story Time children at the library and they always love it. It's fun to do a different voice for each animal and it's nice (spoiler alert!) that the turkey does not get eaten, like it thinks is going to be, but instead gets invited to a Moose's vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner party! So it's happy, funny, shows friendship and has a good holiday theme.
A group of animals hunt for a turkey to present to Mrs Moose, for Thanksgiving dinner. Rather than being ON the table for the feast, he ends up as "The Guest of
Honor," with his own seat AT the table. Delightful story of respect for others.
Read-aloud for K & 1, and readable for grade 2. Beautifully illustrated, as story builds to a surprise climax.