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The Pumpkin Blanket

By: Deborah Turney Zagwyn

Sparkling with rich autumn watercolors and magical detail, this book introduces little Clee and her blanket, a true and trusted friend. But when her father's shivering pumpkin patch needs help to survive...


By: Miriam Cohen

The Thanksgiving Visitor

By: Truman Capote

Illustrated in full color. Another masterpiece by the great American writer Truman Capote is brought to an audience of all ages. Buddy and his closest friend, his eccentric, elderly cousin, Miss Sook -...

The Pilgrims at Plymouth

By: Lucille Recht Penner

Illustrated in full color. A coat full of arrows...a wedding in the wilderness...men trudging across a field strewn with white skulls and bones - these fresh, new images are drawn entirely from original...

The Berenstain Bears Count Their Blessings

By: Stan and Jan Berenstain
illustrated by: the authors

Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain. A big storm is rolling through Bear Country! Brother and Sister are scared, but Papa and Mama help...

The Story of the Pilgrims

By: Katharine Ross
illustrated by: Carolyn Croll

From the dangerous voyage across the Atlantic to the first harsh winter to the delicious Thanksgiving feast, all the excitement and wonder of the Pilgrims’ first year in America is captured in this...

The True Story of Pocahontas

By: Lucille Recht Penner

Illus. in full color. Filled with suspense, romance, and historical details, here's a very young biography of the Powhatan Indian princess who played a vital role in early Colonial and Native American...

Christopher Columbus

By: Stephen Krensky

Illus. in full color. Youngsters can celebrate the 500th anniversary of Columbus's fateful voyage with this dramatic, easy-to-read account of a pivotal moment in American history. "


By: Barbara Cohen

Molly and her family have moved to America from Russia.Her mother says they moved to find freedom. But the children in Molly's third-grade class make fun of her accent and clothes. That doesn't seem like...