An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 13, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 21 pages
"You will see what I can do. Ma said I was to use my judgment about things, and I'm going to. All you children have got to do is to keep out of the way, and let Prue and me work. Eph, I wish you'd put a fire in the best room, so the little ones can play in there. We shall want the settin-room for the table, and I won't have them pickin' round when we get things fixed," commanded Tilly, bound to make her short reign a brilliant one.
 

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An old-fashioned Thanksgiving by Louisa May Alcott Start starts out with the six siblings and how they are able to save the day for Thanksgiving. The parents had to leave to help a neighbor and they ... Read full review

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An old-fashioned Thanksgiving by Alcott, Louisa May When the mother is called away from home to tend to an ailing relative the girls decide they can make Thanksgiving that year. Lots of traditional ... Read full review

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