I Am the Turkey (I Can Read Level 2) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-19 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

" One of my kids chose this one and I'm glad they did. It's a level 2 reader, so it is above their reading level right now, but they really enjoyed reading the story with me. Mark hopes he gets a good part and is told that the turkey is a good part, until he begins to get teased. I love what Mark does to prove his part is the best. " said.

" Read this book to my family on Marco Polo in anticipation of Thanksgiving. Loved the illustrations, and the word play with Turkey. It was a cute story, and I really am loving this connection to my family. " said.

" For once I'd like to see a red head in a positive rile instead of being the nerd, bully or brat. That just sends such a negative message to children with red hair. " said.

" Read during first grade class visit on 11/16/12: " said.

" Easy reader about the class thanksgiving play for which Mark has disappointingly been appointed the role of turkey. In the end he saves the day...and the play. " said.

" This was an enjoyable book that my son picked out at the library. It's an I-Can-Read book. It has a total of 47 pages, which may be intimidating to a brand new reader. However, it is divided in to 3 sections, so if your brand new reader wants to take a break he can. The story was very enjoyable, and kept my son's attention. " said.

" This is quite long for a Level 2 Easy Reader, but the story is cute and funny. It's divided into sections, so we took it in two days, three small reading increments, as Alice gets tired of working through books of any length still. Mark is selected to be the turkey in his school's Thanksgiving Day play and can't decide whether the part is a good one or a bad one. Ultimately, he saves the day and the play when a pilgrim gets sick on stage. " said.

" Mark was chosen to be the Thanksgiving turkey in the school play. He's happy with the part until his older brother makes fun of him and tells him he's dead in the end when the Pilgrims and Indians eat him for Thanksgiving dinner. Mark unsuccessfully tries to get out of the play. He ends up being a hit as he runs around trying to hide so as not to be eaten, and he saves the play when the classmate who is a Pilgrim can't say his lines. It's a quick read and a good beginning holiday book. " said.

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