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Turkey is having one difficult time as arrangements are being made on the farm for Thanksgiving supper. Turkey comes to a decision to conceal himself to elude the fate of turkeys on Thanksgiving. This a lovable story with a purpose to set off many lecture room discussions and activities.
Turkey is in hassle. terrible trouble. The type of problem in which it is almost Thanksgiving . . . and you are the main direction. however Turkey has an concept–what if he doesn’t appear to be a turkey? What if he seems like any other animal instead? After many hilarious tries, Turkey comes up with the suitable hide to make this Thanksgiving the exceptional ever! Wendi Silvano’s comical tale is perfectly matched with the aid of Lee Harper’s watercolors.
On this tale, turkey is pretty concerned as Thanksgiving strategies and he realizes that his days are numbered. As he seems across the barnyard, he decides to disquise himself as diverse different animals to assure that he’s going to not be the main direction at the Thanksgiving Day desk. every time, he feels that his costume makes him appearance similar to every other animal…properly almost. Ultimately, without a alternatives left, he comes up with a totally clever way to his hassle, instituting a brand new culture for Farmer Jake and his own family. this is a fun study aloud which allows the youngsters to discover turkey in his dress on each web page and pay attention the clever line every animal makes approximately how he seems.
Information For Turkey Trouble
- ISBN-10: 0761455299 ( Download PDF : )
- Age Range: 3 – 7 years
- Grade Level: Preschool – 2nd
- Language: English
- Hardcover: 32 pages
- Publisher: Two Lions (October 1, 2009)
- ISBN-13: 978-0761455295
- Author : Wendi Silvano
About the Author
Author Wendi Silvano was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has lived in Oregon, Colorado and Peru. Silvano taught preschool and elementary school for 11 years, and now writes from her home in Grand Junction, Colorado. She has won several writing awards, including The Children’s Choice Award and The EdPress Award for Excellence in Children’s Magazine Fiction.
Lee Harper is a children’s book author/illustrator living with his family in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Lee is the illustrator of Woolbur by Leslie Helakoski (HarperCollins 2008), Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano (Marshall Cavendish 2009), and Snow! Snow! Snow! which he both wrote and illustrated ! (Simon and Schuster 2009). Besides writing and illustrating Lee loves to visit schools.