Pilgrim Thanksgiving Author:Wilma Pitchford Hays Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. — Little Dog was afraid. He put his tail between his legs. He streaked for Damaris, and she could feel him quivering against her ankles. Her own heart beat faster. The Indians were coming to share the Pilgrims' feast of thanksgiving. — They carried bows and arrows and tomahawks. They kept coming from the woods and ... more »coming from the woods. Damaris knew there were more Indians than Pilgrims.
You wll be able to share that day with Damaris and Giles when you read Pilgrim Thanksgiving. You can almost smell the food at the feast, eat with the Indians, see the dances, hear the drums, feel the warmth of the fire and the little dog pressing against your ankles. Moreover you will understand the real meaning of your own Thanksgiving Days. No one who reads Pilgrim Thanksgiving will be able to forget that day means more than just turkey and football.« less