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Turkey Trouble Hardcover – October 1, 2009
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"Kids will eat this up this clever and comical tale."
"This book is as silly as Denys Cazet's offerings about Minnie and Moo and just as funny. Harper's comical watercolor illustrations pair naturally with Silvano's clever, filled-with-wordplay text. A first choice for holiday collections." -Publisher's Weekly
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Top Customer Reviews
Mommy's High Heel Shoes
Turkey Trouble is a cute little read that is sure to gain fans of any age, and full of charming illustrations that make the story even more comical.
Turkey knows that it's time for Thanksgiving and is not to keen on the idea of being the guest of honor. He escapes the barn and decides a costume will help him hide out from the farmer.
After each costume change, from horse, to cow, to Rooster, another animal tells him he still looks to much like Turkey.
Turkey then comes up with a brilliant idea in hopes of diverting everyone's attention from turkey dinner. Will it all work out?
Detailed water color brings these fun illustrations to life.
Turkey Trouble is written by Wendi Silvano and illustrated by Lee Harper.
This book cooks up a rating of... 4 dinners delivered!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used this with elementary aged kids and they all love it. Great for making predictions, sequencing events, for story grammar, and idioms. A book filled with good humor.Published 24 days ago by emily
I do not have a kindle and wanted the paper version of this, can you refund my money please for this.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Introduce this holiday story by talking with the children about their favorite foods, especially holiday food. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. Street
In November, I send home an art project where my kids have to disguise their turkey so he will not be eaten for Thanksgiving dinner. This is the perfect compliment to that project.Published 1 month ago by Erin Leone