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Books with title Thanksgiving with Me

  • Thanksgiving with Me

    Margaret Willey, Lloyd Bloom

    Hardcover (Laura Geringer, Sept. 30, 1998)
    Sit down, Mother, and tell me again. When are my uncles coming? When?Pressed against the windowsill in breathless anticipation, a little girl cannot wait for her beloved uncles to arrive for Thanksgiving dinner. She begs her mother to tell her about each and every one of them. What follows is a lyrical duet culminating in the whole house rollicking with music, dance, song, and a joyous feast. And just as they finish their reverie, who should that be coming around the bend? A holiday tale perfectly suited to any child who has waited impatiently for the arrival of favorite relatives to turn a special day info one of true thanksgiving.
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  • Thanksgiving

    Lizzy Ford

    eBook (, Nov. 20, 2017)
    Half angel. Half demon. 100% teenager. On Halloween, Esme's life changed. This Thanksgiving, she'll count her blessings - and her curses.
  • Thanksgiving

    Miriam Nerlove

    eBook (Albert Whitman & Company, Sept. 2, 2014)
    A boy and his mother bake two pumpkin pies and go to Grandma’s house for a traditional Thanksgiving celebration. Includes a brief overview of the first Thanksgiving.
  • Giving Thanks with Max

    Todd & Jackie Courtney

    Board book (Clovercroft Publishing, Feb. 1, 2017)
    Due to early brainwave changes, science has proven the learning stage between ages 0-7 is one of the most important of our lives. Max Rhymes takes advantage of this learning period by teaching core values, creating a positive belief system, increasing reading retention and creating higher self-esteem, all through the power of rhymes. In Giving Thanks with Max, Max shows everyone how easy it is to give thanks for everything in his life such as flowers, trees, birds, friends, family and more.
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  • Giving Thanks with Max

    Todd Courtney, Jackie Courtney

    eBook (Clovercroft Publishing, Oct. 7, 2014)
    Inspirational Nursery Rhymes are written and illustrated to not only help the child learn to read, but also to help in personal development in areas like gratitude, happiness, feeling well, etc. Just like prior generations remember traditional nursery rhymes, future generations will remember these positive thoughts at the subconscious level as they grow older.
  • Thanksgiving

    Ann Heinrichs, Charles Jordan

    language (The Child's World, Inc., Jan. 1, 2014)
    Thanksgiving is turkey, pumpkin pie, family gatherings, and a celebration of all the good things for which we're grateful. But how did out modern-day Thanksgiving traditions get their start? What was the first Thanksgiving like? Informative text and creative illustrations help kids learn the answer to this and more!
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  • Thanksgiving

    Josie Keogh

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 15, 2013)
    The first thing we notice about Thanksgiving is the food. Through accessible text, readers will be introduced to some of this holiday’s history and food. A picture glossary and index enrich the text and make this a great resource for new, struggling, and emerging readers.
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  • Thanksgiving with Momma

    Lisa Hagerty

    language (Lisa Hagerty, Dec. 30, 2013)
    Momma gets sick with the flu a week before Thanksgiving. High school freshman Talitha Bennett and her sister Adina don’t think there’s any way they can pull off making Thanksgiving dinner without her. Coming to her rescue, as he always does, is Talitha’s friend (and potential boyfriend) Tristan Parrish, who invites the three to celebrate Turkey Day with his family. Continuing the story of the Bennett Family from the novel Klepto, Talitha finds in this short story that family come in all shapes and sizes, and some even come from Canada.
  • Thanksgiving

    David F. Marx

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Introduces the history, customs, meaning, and celebration of Thanksgiving.
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  • Thanksgiving

    Robin Nelson

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Aug. 1, 2009)
    A basic overview of Thanksgiving for emergent readers. Color photographs reflect the short, easy-to-understand sentences that improve vocabulary and comprehension.
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  • Thanksgiving

    Cynthia Klingel

    language (Wonder Books, Jan. 1, 2014)
    Simple text describes the Thanksgiving holiday, how it began, and how it is celebrated.
  • Thanksgiving

    James Ramsey

    language (, Oct. 26, 2017)
    Thanksgiving story for children, ages 2 - 5.