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Description

PreSchool- Grade 3—As Thanksgiving approaches, Turkey fears that he

will be the centerpiece of the holiday meal. Thus begins his quest for

the perfect disguise so he won't be found when the time arrives. He ties

a brush on the back of his head and wears a tiny saddle because surely

no one would eat a horse for dinner. But the animals still recognize

him. He tries to become a cow, a pig, a sheep, and a rooster. He does

not look like any of them. When he hears Farmer Jake tell his wife that

if they can't find the turkey, maybe they should eat the rooster for

dinner, the protagonist comes up with the perfect ruse. This book is as

silly as Denys Cazet's offerings about Minnie and Moo (HarperCollins)

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.—Mary Hazelton, Elementary Schools in

Warren & Waldoboro, ME END Read more 'Stuffed with clever wordplay,

groanable puns, and easy-to-ham-it-up animal sounds, the chuckleinducing

narrative makes a crowd-pleasing read-aloud. Turkey's getups

are exuberantly silly and the animals' sardonic facial expressions are

sublime.' -School Library Journal  'Kids will eat this up this clever

and comical tale.'Â -Booklist'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, filledwith-wordplay

text. A first choice for holiday collections.' -

Publisher's Weekly Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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