You can see children reading the lovely map they give us at the entrance. They were fascinated with it for the simplicity yet the practicality of it.
Notice that we are all wearing short sleeve t-shirts. My daughter asked why do we have hot weather in November, and why doesn't it rain here when it does in Galveston if we are in the same state. When I told you that the Fall is our Summer, I wasn't exaggerating a bit. FINALLY we can go outside and not feel like a chicken roasting on the concrete.
We went to the corn maze and a dad in our group saw this corn worm in it.
Their gourd/ small pumpkin pick. Actually, Green Bean (my youngest), ended up picking an albino gourd.How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?, and once we come back from the trip, I'll check it out again. It's a dear book that falls into what we may call living math.
I found The Landing of the Pilgrims for 50 cents at the library shelves, but that's a book we'll read later, for now we simply have these two picture books we enjoy,
Over The River and Through The Wood is a book based in a song with lovely illustrations which alternate black and white with color. There are several versions of the song, here you have one of them,
I saw the first one in our last book sale for forty cents, sigh, and I did not pick it, but my friend Heather got it! So I can borrow it until I come across it for sale again, if I'm ever that lucky!
Do you have any Thanksgiving book favorites? Songs, poems? That's my next thing to do, to browse our poem books and find Thanksgiving poems and maybe a favorite to memorize.