Thanks a Lot, Robo-Turkey!

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Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Miss Fowl asks her class to participate in the Thanksgiving parade. Nobody's very excited, since Jimmy and Cindy have to be pilgrims, and Carl has to be a turkey So Jimmy decides to jazz things up by inventing a robotic turkey float. All goes well until Robo-Turkey malfunctions and things get a little too exciting Ages 5-7.

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An llustrator for more than 30 years, Tom La Padula has illustrated for national and international magazines, advertising agencies, and publishing houses. He has exhibited in numerous group shows throughout the country, and his paintings are included in many private collections. Tom holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design and earned his MFA from Syracuse University.

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