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Off to Plymouth Rock In this engaging retelling of the story of the first Thanksgiving, the whimsical verse of Dandi Daley Mackall can now be heard on a readalong CD In Off to Plymouth Rock, children will love to hear the story of the Pilgrims' voyage to the New World and the Native Americans' guidance that culminated in the first Thanksgiving Illustrator Gene Barretta's warm harvest tones and lively characters add the perfect touch to this story of discovery, compassion, and faith Educational and entertaining, this picture book will give children a unique view of one of the most amazing stories in our country's history

10 thoughts on “Off to Plymouth Rock

  1. says:

    A rhyming tale telling of the Pilgrims fleeing to North America, and the events that took place after their arrival which led to the first celebration of Thanksgiving.

  2. says:

    The author says a lot with few words. It did take me a second read before I spotted Plymouth Rock, which is even smaller than actual size. My two-and-a-half year old nephew liked the story well enough t

  3. says:

    Very short but fun for young children. The rhymes are simple and only make about four lines each segment. What really wins are the illustrations - several had me cracking up and they were ridiculously adorabl

  4. says:

    This is the story of how the first Pilgrims reached America and thrived there.
    Along the way, the Native Americans are shown as they help the Pilgrims settle down.
    The book culminates with the celebration

  5. says:

    Good, but very simplistic view of the journey and result of the Pilgrims' journey; geared toward K-1st (?) grades. Nice rhyming.

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  7. says:

    Fun little book that I'm not sure I ever would've purchased for myself. At first glance, it's a little simple for kindergarten. However, it comes with a charming author read along that is like nothing I've seen before. Story is told

  8. says:

    The illustrations don't always match the text. Early on the fish and whales draw attention away from the Mayflower and text on that page. Love the rhyme and rhythm. Shares very few details of the first Thanksgiving, but it's a fun read.

  9. says:

    The soft color palette and almost manga-like illustrations give a different look to the familiar story The rhyming verse make it perfect for a holiday read for k-4.

  10. says:

    The story is written as a poem and the illustrations have lots to look at on each page. A great way to tell the story of Plymouth Rock.

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