Turkeys, Pilgrims, and Indian Corn: The Story of the Thanksgiving Symbolsby Edna Barth, Ursula Arndt
The story of the most truly American holiday and the development of its symbols and legends. "A useful addition to holiday collections." -- School Library Journal
Meet the Author
Ursula Arndt has illustrated a number of popular children's books, including the six holiday titles written by Edna Barth for Clarion. She is now retired and lives in Germany.
The late Edna Barth worked as a librarian, a teacher, and an editor of books for young people before becoming the author of many well-known books for children.
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The late Edna Barth, like the rest of her books on the holidays, really does a marvelous job of covering the symbols and customs associated with the thanksgiving holiday. I've read all of her books a lot as a child, and have found them all to be very interesting! I'm so happy that they're all available once again in both hardcover and paperback editions! I love the new eye-catching jacket designs, as well as the children's activities! These books are an absolute MUST for any library!