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Books with title The Tasty Thanksgiving Feast

  • The First Thanksgiving

    Linda Hayward, James Watling

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Sept. 12, 1990)
    History comes to life on the page as readers learn the story of the Pilgrims hosting the first Thanksgiving in this Step into Reading Step 3 story. Vividly retold in simple language for beginning readers, this book is ideal for 1st to 3rd grade readers! Step 3 Readers feature engaging characters in easy-to-follow plots about popular topics. For children who are ready to read on their own.
  • The Tasty Thanksgiving Feast

    Suzy-Jane Tanner

    Paperback (HarperFestival, Aug. 22, 1998)
    Henrietta Hen and her friends have cooked up lots of Thanksgiving treats. Peel back the flaps to find out what each animal has brought to this scrumptious feast...and to see Henrietta's mystery dinner guest. It's a Turkey Day to remember!
  • Janie's Thanksgiving Feast

    Lynda Cordova, Nancy Bos

    Audible Audiobook (Lynda Cordova, Dec. 22, 2016)
    Janie is getting a new foster brother just in time for Thanksgiving. How will her family adjust to having a new kid in the family?
  • The First Thanksgiving

    Jean Craighead George, Thomas Locker

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Sept. 27, 2001)
    The Pilgrims called the celebration the Harvest Feast. The Pawtuxet Indians thought of it as the Green Corn Dance. But the first Thanksgiving was much more than that. Join Newbery Medalist Jean Craighead George and beloved illustrator Thomas Locker as they trace the passage of time from the melting of the glaciers that created Cape Cod and Plymouth Rock, to the moment the Pawtuxet Indians and the Pilgrims met and feasted on the bounty of the New World. From the simple text to the lush illustrations, the story of a harvest feast turned beloved tradition will captivate readers young and old. “Correcting misconceptions and clarifying contemporary attitudes, this beautiful book brings fresh insight and a fairer balance to the traditional story.”—Kirkus Reviews
  • The First Thanksgiving

    Jean Craighead George, Thomas Locker

    Hardcover (Philomel Books, Sept. 1, 1993)
    A sensitive retelling of the story of the first Thanksgiving chronicles the coming of the Pilgrims to America, their early struggles, and their friendship with Squanto, enhanced with richly detailed paintings that evoke the early seventeenth-century colonial period.
  • The First Thanksgiving

    Linda Hayward

    Library Binding (Random House Books for Young Readers, Oct. 10, 1990)
    Illus. in full color. The story of the Pilgrims is vividly retold in simple language for beginning readers. "Easy- reader history is in demand, and this one is welcome. Illustrated with plenty of appealing watercolors."--Bulletin, Center for Children's Books.
  • The First Thanksgiving Feast

    Joan Anderson, George Ancona

    Paperback (Clarion Books, Sept. 25, 1989)
    Recreates in accurate detail one of the most popular events in American history, with photographs taken at Plimoth Plantation, the living museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
  • Blue's Thanksgiving Feast

    Jessica Lissy, David A. Cutting

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, Oct. 1, 2001)
    Youngsters can join their favorite blue puppy and her family as they prepare for a special Thanksgiving dinner, from harvesting vegetables with Shovel and Pail to preparing the stuffing for the turkey with Mrs. Pepper. Original.
  • The Thanksgiving Beast Feast

    Karen Gray Ruelle

    Paperback (Scholastic, Inc., March 15, 2000)
    A delightful short animal story for children.
  • The First Thanksgiving

    MaryEllen Bream

    language (, Nov. 12, 2012)
    Young children will learn the history of the first thanksgiving in this easy-to-read illustrated story.
  • The First Thanksgiving

    Rob Sauber, Maria Mudd Ruth

    Hardcover (Golden Books, Sept. 1, 1994)
  • A Thanksgiving Drawing Feast!

    Jennifer M. Besel, Lucía Carolina Makuc

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2013)
    What's more fun than celebrating Thanksgiving? Try drawing Thanksgiving! Become an artist, and learn to sketch the sights and symbols that make this holiday special. It just takes a pencil and a full stomach!