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Duck for Turkey Day Hardcover – September 1, 2009
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Tuyet tells her mother they have to have a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. Mom says no, they will be having a duck for dinner. Tuyet's grandmother arrives from New York. Tuyet explains to her grandmother that they are having duck instead of turkey. Grandma proudly tells Tuyet that they are using her recipe from Vietnam for duck and that their family likes duck better than turkey.
Tuyet is so upset about having duck instead of turkey that she goes to her room to count her money. She decides to buy a turkey at the market if she has enough money.
Does Tuyet have enough money to purchase the turkey? What kind of meal does Tuyet have for Thanksgiving dinner? What do you think she tells her classmates and teacher when she returns to school? You'll just have to read this darling story to find out what happens to Tuyet's Thanksgiving dinner and discover the true lesson she learns about Thanksgiving from her family, teacher, and classmates. This little gem of a book is a keeper. Your child will want to read it over and over!
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Great book for teachers of multicultural students. We often get caught up with the turkey on Thanksgiving and make the whole day about the feast. Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by K. E Hart
Duck for Turkey Day was the perfect Thanksgiving read for my first grader. Though my husband is Irish American, I am originally from Southeast Asia and not only did I not grow up... Read morePublished on November 23, 2011 by Z Hayes