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Turkey Tot

by George Shannon

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The animals at the farm are hungry and need food. They need to work together to find something to eat. The gang of animals come up with ideas to get food based on the items they can find around the house. Some of the ideas may be silly, but the kids will enjoy it!
  Nikki.Windschitl | May 1, 2016 |
When Turkey Tot and his friends spot some fat, juicy blackberries hanging high above their heads, Turkey Tot tries his best to figure out a way to reach them. The genre is children's fiction and picture books for children.
  rwilke | Mar 8, 2016 |
Turkey Tot is not your ordinary poultry; he thinks different. He's also the scrawniest looking turkey I've ever seen. Guess that keeps him safe at Thanksgiving. Great illustrations by Jennifer Mann. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
lots of repetitious phrasing - would be a good read aloud ( )
  melodyreads | Jan 17, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823423794, Hardcover)

No sweet treat today. Those yummy-looking blackberries are out of reach.

But Turkey Tot has found some string. He asks his friends to help him find a balloon so they can float up to the berries. But the friends find the idea preposterous.

"He's been different since the day he hatched," says Hen.

Turkey Tot doesn't find balloons . . . or sticks for a ladder or a board for a teeter-totter; but he does gather two cans, a hammer, and a nail–and voila! Stilts help Turkey Tot reach the berries.

Budding engineers and other creative-minded kids will love Turkey Tot's optimism and can-do spirit.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:32 -0400)

When Turkey Tot and his friends spot some fat, juicy blackberries hanging high above their heads, Turkey Tot tries hard to figure out a way to reach them.

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