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Looking for More Great Reads? Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Read it Forward Read it first. She only has one line to remember, but she's just sure that she will forget it. She's especially worried when she finds out that the mayor will be there to see her ruin the play. The late Judy Delton really knew kids, and had a real flair for writing a great story that keeps kids laughing and turning the pages.
Alan Tiegreen's comical pen-and-ink drawings add visual impact to the story. This story will be especially good as a read-aloud family time story for younger kids, or independent reading for older children that is guaranteed to keep them entranced. Oct 25, Literacy Group rated it it was amazing Shelves: They begin to feel sorry for the turkeys and all agree to eat peanut butter instead of Turkey on Thanksgiving.
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One scout, Sunny, decides to keep a pet turkey for himself and names him Tiger. Sunny treats Tiger as if he is a pet dog. The scout's troop leader tells them about a Thanksigiving play, which everyone is excited for except Molly.
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Molly is extremely nervous about being in front of people, being made fun of and that she will The Pee-Wee Scouts visit a Turkey Farm during Thanksgiving time. Molly is extremely nervous about being in front of people, being made fun of and that she will forget all of her lines. She becomes especially nervous when she finds out that the town mayor will be attending the play.
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She nails her part and even saves the day for fellow scout! A Pee Wee Scout Thanksgiving story. There are two story threads: Molly coping with stage fright in the Pee Wee Scout Thanksgiving play and the Scouts visiting a farm and becoming attached to the turkeys. It ends with none of the Scouts being able to eat turkeys because they have viewed the turkeys as pets. Nov 01, carissa rated it liked it Shelves: The Pee Wee Scouts visit a turkey farm, put on a Thanksgiving play, and one even adopts a pet turkey! Nov 15, Sydney rated it really liked it.
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Born on May 6th in St. Paul, Minnesota, Judy Delton lived in her hometown for most of her life. She wrote more than one hundred books for children, including the popular Pee Wee Scouts series, which sold more than seven million copies. Her writing was often compared to Beverly Cleary or Carolyn Haywood for her ability to capture the essence of childhood.