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Books for Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Thanksgiving Books… each one available to request right now!

The Frugal Gourmet Cooks American Regional specialties: from native American Indians and colonists (including some recipes handed down from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson), from early settlers in Pennsylvania and New England; southern hospitality and the heart of soul food; recipes from the heartlands of America….all of this in one book! Over 350 recipes served up with a generous sprinkling of American history. And don’t miss these other books by the Frugal Gourmet!

Thanksgiving When Megan Murphy discovers a floppy-eared rabbit gnawing on the hem of her skirt, she means to give its careless owner a piece of her mind, but Dr. Patrick Hunter is too attractive to stay mad at for long. As for Patrick, he wants nothing more than to play house with Maggie—and make Thanksgiving dinner for their families. But Megan has wept over one failed love, and she’s afraid to risk her heart again… A light-hearted romance by Janet Evanovich.

101 Thanksgiving Knock-Knocks, Jokes, and Riddles If April Showers Bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? Pilgrims! Your kids will enjoy these jokes and riddles while the adults are in the kitchen cooking up a storm.

Emily Ever After Small-town Emily Hinton lands a job at a world-famous publishing house in New York. She soon finds herself in a whirl: a romance with the handsome, churchgoing Bennett, an ethical quandary at work, the clash between her values and life in Manhattan. The crisis comes to a head at Thanksgiving, when she has to stand up for what she knows is right and risk losing it all…

Monkeys ..In this luminous story of family life, the seven Vincent children spend Thanksgiving with their father’s aging parents who come from a world of New England privilege. As they grow older, they meet with the perplexing lives of adults. Susan Minot writes with delicacy and a tremendous gift for the details that decorate domestic life, and when tragedy strikes she beautifully mines the children’s tenderness for each other, and their aching guardianship of what they have. A national bestseller.