Too Many Turkeys

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Holiday House, Incorporated, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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After a little lost turkey wanders onto Belle and Fred's farm, Belle's garden becomes the most beautiful one in the neighborhood. Everyone wants to know her secret, but Belle won't tell. Then, while she is out of town, another turkey comes to roost on the farm...and then another...and another...until the whole farm is overrun! Fred is at his wit's end when his neighbors offer to help- if he'll share Belle's secret. Will Fred tell, or will Belle's garden be ruined?

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User Review  - dms02 - LibraryThing

I totally judged this book by its cover. I was not really looking forward to reading a book past November covered in Turkeys. I thought this was a holiday book left behind on the shelf. I was wrong ... Read full review

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User Review  - Molly - Goodreads

Very similar to Too Many Pumpkins, which Ben pointed out after reading it. He even noticed that it was the same author and illustrator - I'm so proud! I do like Too Many Pumpkins better, but Ben said ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Linda Arms White's humorous books include Comes a Wind, an American Bookseller Pick of the Lists. She lives outside Allenspark, Colorado.

Brenda Z. Guiberson thinks there is no reason a book can't have a cactus as the main character. "If four and five-year-old children are interested in natural science," she says, "why channel them in a different direction?" Anyone who reads "Cactus Hotel" is sure to agree.
Ms. Guiberson is the author of several books for children. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
Megan Lloyd read the manuscript for "Cactus Hotel" and went to the Saguaro National Monument in Arizona herself. "I like to "see" what I am going to illustrate rather than make it up," she says.
Ms. Lloyd is the illustrator of many picture books. She lives in Pennsylvania.

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