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Daisy's Crazy Thanksgiving

2.94  ·  Rating Details ·  18 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Daisy's family runs a restaurant, and holidays are always crazy. This year, Daisy's going to spend Thanksgiving with Grammy and Grampy--even though Mama says being with her relatives is like being at the zoo. A funny holiday book about a girl's first Thanksgiving away from home. Full color throughout.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published November 15th 1990 by Henry Holt & Company
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Tricia
Nov 28, 2009 Tricia rated it it was ok
This book is a bit crazy itself. Daisy leaves her mom and dad to attend the family thanksgiving. Well, it is absolute chaos. When her father calls she says "get me out of here" and her mother is already on the way. Daisy now appreciates the quiet dinner with her parents. This title looks dated and next to today's options, may not grab a child's eye.
Ellen
Dec 08, 2014 Ellen rated it it was ok
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I think the author does not like spending holidays with big family. Worst cases that rarely happens are all collected in this family's story. Being with big family is not always that bad as the author described in this book. But she does not tell about the joy. I believe Thanksgiving in reality is not that much CRAZY as described in this book.
Andrea Wilkinson
Nov 12, 2012 Andrea Wilkinson rated it liked it
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Thanksgiving story about an only daughter who is tired of doing all the dishes in her parents' cafe--especially on Thanksgiving Day. She goes to Grammy and Grampy's--only to find out it really "is" as crazy as a zoo there. She learns to appreciate what she has and decides to invite the extended family to her house next year.
Taylor Milano
Feb 09, 2015 Taylor Milano rated it really liked it
I like how the book tells about spending the holiday with family, but then describes the experience as crazy and like they are at a zoo or that it is like being at the zoo when they are hanging around these particular family members.
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This was cute story, and I can just imagine the little ones laughter was you read the story and show them the pictures.
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Margery Cuyler is the author of many books for children, including From Here to There, The Little Dump Truck, and That’s Good! That’s Bad! The idea for That’s Good! That’s Bad! was inspired by a conversation with her son, Thomas, who asked, "Can't bad things change into good things?" Ms. Cuyler grew up in the oldest house in Princeton, NJ, and started writing stories as soon as she learned how to ...more
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