Pardon Me, Please by Lois Wickstrom
Albert Knows Everyone Has to Eat. He just doesn’t want people to eat him.
A family is looking at Albert. Albert is a turkey at a turkey farm. This turkey farm sells turkeys for Thanksgiving dinner. Albert knows the humans don’t want him for a pet. On the television over the cash register, Albert sees the President. The President pets his turkey and pardons him. Then he wishes the turkey a long life. Can Albert convince the humans to pardon him, too? Like the President did? Can he get them to take him to Turkey Pardon Park, where the pardoned turkeys live?
Find out of Albert can convince this family to eat a vegetarian Thanksgiving.
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Lois is a former high school chemistry teacher and former head science teacher at Science in the City Summer Camp in Philadelphia. She has also been an adjunct science teacher at University of South Florida. Since retiring, she continues to take science classes. Her class in Forensic Biology led to Little Red, The Detective, in which Red is studying fingerprint identification, so she can tell that “Grandma” isn’t who she says she is.
Lois has taken so many science classes that she believes science is the solution to almost every problem, including the dilemmas in fairy tales. She has invented what she calls Science Folktales. In each science-based tale, the protagonist achieves a better ending than the original because of learning scientific principles. She has turned some of these tales into plays.
She has also created a series of Mermaid Science stories, which make use of water science.
Lois is married to the love of her life. She has two children, four grandchildren and a dog.
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