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It's Thanksgiving

Author: Jack Prelutsky; Marylin Hafner
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, [1982]. ©1982
Series: Greenwillow read-alone books.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Presents twelve poems about Thanksgiving, including "When Daddy carves the Turkey," "I Ate Too Much," "Daddy's Football Game," and "If Turkeys Thought."
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Genre/Form: Children's poetry, American
Children's poetry
poetry
Juvenile works
Poetry
Poésie
Juvenile poetry
Poésie pour la jeunesse
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Prelutsky; Marylin Hafner
ISBN: 0688004415 9780688004415 0688004423 9780688004422 9780060537104 0060537108 9780060537098 0060537094 0688147291 9780688147297
OCLC Number: 7275406
Description: 47 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: It's happy Thanksgiving --
The first Thanksgiving --
The middle of November --
If turkeys thought --
I went hungry on Thanksgiving --
The Thanksgiving day parade --
When daddy carves the turkey --
I ate too much --
Daddy's football game --
The wishbone --
Gobble gobble --
Leftovers.
Series Title: Greenwillow read-alone books.
Responsibility: Jack Prelutsky ; pictures by Marylin Hafner.
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Presents twelve poems about Thanksgiving, including "When Daddy carves the Turkey," "I Ate Too Much," "Daddy's Football Game," and "If Turkeys Thought."

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