- By Salina Yoon

Five Silly Turkeys

  • Title: Five Silly Turkeys
  • Author: Salina Yoon
  • ISBN: 9780843114164
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Board Book
  • Five Silly Turkeys Toddlers will love the silly Thanksgiving turkeys in this fun counting book full of silly turkeys doing very silly things From twirling on a dance floor to being chased by a bee to tanning in the sun

    Toddlers will love the silly Thanksgiving turkeys in this fun counting book full of silly turkeys doing very silly things From twirling on a dance floor to being chased by a bee to tanning in the sun, these are no ordinary Thanksgiving turkeys This shiny fabric tabbed book is a holiday treat that is sure to be gobbled up quickly.

    1 thought on “Five Silly Turkeys

    1. The actual story is just a simple and silly counting rhyme. But my 9-month-old daughter can't get enough of the feathers sticking off each page. Great design to this little book.

    2. My kids love this board book with shiny fabric "feathers" that they can grab to turn the page. The simple rhymes are easy for them to remember, too, so even the 4yo can read this to herself. A Thanksgiving favorite, especially when Thanksgiving picture books tend to skew heavily toward the real story of Thanksgiving, which is a bit much for younger children and often have too many words to make for fun read-alouds. This is short, sweet, and entertaining.

    3. This book is defective! Apparently I am the only parent that checked it out from the library who actually cracked it open and attempted to read it! The page with a rhyme about four silly turkeys is in the book twice and there is no page about three silly turkeys goes 5, 4, 4, 2, 1!!!This could have been a cute book

    4. Five Silly Turkeys is a perfect Thanksgiving board book for very young readers with the simple rhymes and shiny feathers for the child to grab when turning the page. Readers can count the turkeys as the book progresses.This book promotes phonological awareness and print awareness.

    5. This one is really cute. I like that the book has feather tabs so that my nephew can play with the story as we read. The book is shaped like a turkey and the colors are vibrant.

    6. The gold shiny feathers caught my daughters eyes! Great counting book and a cut3 story with its. She is counting and learning about thanksgiving

    7. Perfect for smaller groups of babies and toddlers due to the size of the book. Crinkly feathers used to turn each page. Fun!

    8. My students love when I put this book out around Thanksgiving. They love to feel the crinkly feathers. They also love counting down the turkeys to the silly rhymes.

    9. Seriously, do these turkeys not know that they're the centerpiece of the Thanksgiving meal? Ignorance is bliss.

    10. Cute, simple board book for toddlers & turkeys who celebrate Thanksgiving. Obviously written by about turkeys who live on a vegetarian's farm.

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