Stories of Thanksgiving

While these stories aren’t necessarily filled with recipes, they are filled with stories of Thanksgiving!

An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving DB009773

A warm Thanksgiving tale with a surprise ending. The seven Bassett children decide to prepare Thanksgiving dinner themselves after their parents leave suddenly to care for an ailing grandmother. Includes recipes from the dinner. For children and adults.

Thanksgiving: Stories and Poems DB041604

“Be thankful for noses on Thanksgiving Day” is just one of the many thoughts in this bountiful book of poems, stories, and even two recipes celebrating the all-American holiday. “The Ballad of the Mayflower” sets the scene of Pilgrims and Indians, “The Thanksgiving Day Parade” sends the giant balloons aloft, and “To Friendship” toasts those near and dear. For grades 2-4.

Thanksgiving DB026068

Describes the Thanksgiving holiday from the initial search of the Pilgrims for religious freedom, through the first winter and first Thanksgiving, to the national harvest festival that it is today. Includes games and recipes. For grades 4-7.

In orange and red letters the top of the image says Thanksgiving Feast Fest, the sun sets behind trees, a picture of books are displayed across from each other.

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