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Fishing for Turkey

N. A. Cauldron

Publisher: Wiggling Pen Publishing

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All seems well at this holiday feast, but before they can say, "Pass the salt," a sweeping deluge washes one family's entire Thanksgiving dinner into the flooded street. It'll take something pretty crafty to pull this dinner back together again. Can they make it

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