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Turkey Pox by Laurie Halse Anderson (1998-10-03)

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  • By Cathy on June 7, 2016

    Wonderful story with meaningful depth. Every elementary teacher should read this to her class, not only at Thanksgiving time, but should use it as an anchor text to launch discussion or writing exercises.

  • By Bonnie L on December 4, 2012

    I've used this story for years with my kids at school....had to have my own copy now! I like it because it's a different kind of Thanksgiving story.

  • By A customer on November 21, 2000

    Turkey Pox is not your average Thanksgiving story. It's about a girl named Charity who gets the Chicken Pox on Thanksgiving. Her family has to cancel their trip to Nana's for Thanksgiving dinner, so Nana brings Thanksgiving dinner to them. There are many funny parts in this story, especially when we learned about what turkey pox were! The pictures help make the story hilarious. We think kids would love reading this book because all kids get the chicken pox. We think the author and illustrator worked very hard to come up with a creative story.

  • By [email protected] on May 10, 2000

    This is a really cute book for small children. I read it to the children I babysit and they just loved it. They especially liked the pictures, and I reccomend this book. It really holds children's attention!

  • By Linda K. Costlow on December 4, 2008

    I read this book to my preschool class this year and they loved it! It's fun to change your voice for the various characters. Definitely a good read aloud for young children!

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