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A Thanksgiving Tale From Thomas the Turkey

A Thanksgiving Tale From Thomas the Turkey
A Thanksgiving Tale From Thomas the Turkey
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Thomas is no ordinary Turkey. Farmer Jones said he was special and was invited for Thanksgiving dinner. Thomas finds out this was not the case. Will Thomas be saved in time by his animal friends? Find out in this highly entertaining, and heartwarming story by the # 1 best-selling children's author, Patti Petrone-Miller writing as Amelia Picklewiggle 

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Pages: 41
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Bed Time, Educational
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: kids books, funnybedtime stories, holidays, thanksgiving books, kids thanksgiving books
Date Added: July 22, 2016
A Thanksgiving Tale from Thomas the Turkey Copyright  by Patricia PetroneMiller Copyright  Illustrations and Book Design by Dawn Hite ISBN10 ISBN13 All Rights Reserved No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission in writing from the author There are no exceptions This book is a work of fiction Names characters places and incidents either are products of the author s imagination or are used fictitiously Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead events or locales is entirely coincidental This book is protected under Federal Trademark and in the state of Nevada and Registration Laws Any person or persons violating an act of theft will be punished to the farthest extant of the law This combines with a fine Printed in the United States of America First Printing Author Patti PetroneMiller and Illustrator Dawn Hite Fall had finally arrived Colorful leaves in hues of red orange gold and green blanketed the ground of Maisey Farm where Thomas Turkey made his comfortable home  Thomas strutted about inside the barn fluffing his feathers in front of all the other birds He knew he was special because Farmer Jones said he was to be the Thanksgiving Turkey  Lets get one thing straight Thomas Turkey said as he pointed one tippedfeathered wing toward the other animals in the barn I am top bird in here and whatever I say you all do  Do you want an award Aimee the goat gruffed You will learn youre not so special  The sun began to rise and fill the morning sky Farmer Jones would be coming soon to feed Thomas all those wonderful scraps that his wife prepared for their morning meal