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The great Thanksgiving escape

held in the city of New-York, May 18 and 19, 1796

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        LC Classifications2014
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 66 p. :
        Number of Pages92
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100763663069

        Gavin, preparing for a boring Thanksgiving Day with his relatives, joins his cousins effort to escape to the swing set in the backyard, a journey marked by sweater-wearing dogs, affectionate aunts, and grownups of inconvenient height. It is another Thanksgiving at Grandmas. Gavin expects a long day of boredom and being pestered by distantly related toddlers, but his cousin Rhonda has a different idea. File Size: 5MB.

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While waiting for "turkey time," Gavin's parents tell him to play with the rest of the kids. Gavin is left by his parents to play with much younger relatives, and is rescued by his cousin Rhonda. —Star Tribune Mark Fearing is the author-illustrator of the graphic novel Earthling! I loved the illustrations of this book. Best thing to do is "make your own fun" and they do. Provides easy-to-understand subject headings that can be used by patrons as well as professionals• Expect requests for second helpings of this holiday treat.

The Great Thanksgiving Escape by Mark Fearing

My adult special needs son and I giggled through this book. Probably most appropriate for 2nd-3rd grade. They head for the back door, past the "great wall of butts" parents watching football—don't get between them and the TV! I think that's a powerful book. But it won't be easy.