These books aren't strictly about "Thanksgiving" itself, but more along the lines of what this Holiday means to us. They're about being grateful, our roots, learning to be happy, celebrating what we have, along with tasty food of course, and naturally about family; both good and bad. So grab a slice of pie, and enjoy any of these great reads at your leisure!
Bernard Levine | Self-Improvement
Bless someone today with words of kindness. Do something nice for a friend. Sow seeds of encouragement into a stranger's heart Tell your loved ones you greatly adore them. Make someone's day precious and beautiful.
Theresa Newell | Food/Recipes
This heart and diabetes friendly cookbook contains tasty, delicious and easy to prepare recipes. Included are recipes for chicken, turkey, veal and salmon; side dishes, beverages and desserts.
Florin Nicoara | Horror-Gothic
Gobble Gobble is a hilarious horror-comedy that will turn your thanksgiving delight into one hell of a day of fright. It is a 'terrible' tale unlike any other you have ever been told. Tread only if you dare because it will twist your mind and lay your soul bare, gobble-gobble!
Helen Tararina | Psychology
Why we bear grudges and what for? Is there any way to stop doing this? Why forgiving is manipulation? Why our friends and relatives offend us more often than strangers do? This book is meant to give you answers to these and other questions. It sums up the author's 10-year work experience in applied psychology, consulting and training.
Alice M. Atkinson | History (Academic)
Atkinson, Alice M. (Alice Minerva), b. 1868.Much of the material has been drawn from the author's earlier book, "European beginnings of American history." As in that work English history has been made the basis of the narrative wherever possible.
Greta Krafsig | Short Stories
The heatfelt story of a man's first and only love.
Nathan Isaac (Coach Kaleb) | Food/Recipes
Ready to kick your barbecuing & grilling skills into high gear?!? Quick & easy apetizers, poultry & seafood, meat & game and anything else we can Get on the grill. In this cookbook you will find incredibly easy tailgating recipes for entertaining, special occasions and delicious sports and outdoor cooking... consider this your gameday party planning playbook!
Terry D. Clark | Self-Improvement
Are you or someone in your family interested in starting the genealogical research into your family ancestry? If so, your going to love my original new eBook created just for people like you! People that want to know about their family tree, but just don't know how to go about the exhausting task of genealogical resources available to them and where to begin.
James Branch Cabell | Fiction Classics
One of the most fascinating experiments in American literature resulted in The Whole Family. This unusual composite novel numbers among its twelve authors such luminaries as Henry James, William Dean Howells, and Mary E. Wilkins.
Chryssoula Loulopoulou | Youth
How troubled is the life of Princess Helena! She does not like eggplants, need she say it again? Helena has everything. Toys, clothes, a big beautiful house and her parents adore her. How ungrateful on her behalf, people say! If she has all she could ever need, then why is she so sad? A fascinating story about friendship and the value of sharing goods.
Jane Austen | Fiction Classics
Brief works on love, friendship and other important topics by noted authorJane Austin.
Amelia Bradford | Drama
Warning for those that want a happy Thanksgiving read. This is a sad, true story about children hurt by their own parents. It's about not doing the easy thing, the common thing, and turning away, and it's about the long, hard, expensive fight to do what's right. It's a success story, too, (if that's the right phrase) about a family torn apart, about parents prosecuted and jailed and children given another chance.