Mighty Bright Suggests | Thanksgiving Reads

Posted on November 22 2017

Happy Thanksgiving from the team here at Mighty Bright! Here are some Thanksgiving themed suggestions from our team! Have a wonderful holiday with your friends and families, and most of all, keep reading! 


-The Mighty Bright Team! 


Fruit of All Evil | Paige Shelton


"A light humorous whodunit. Becca just cannot stave off her own curiosity when something feels amiss, she will do anything to help a friend in need and solve a mystery. Easy, charming read, with spins on clues to keep your interest, great follow up to Farm Fresh Murder."


- Angie 

Cook with Jamie |  Jamie Oliver


"I think even if you don’t like Jamie Oliver it would be hard not to find something you like about this book. It has tons of great ideas about techniques and ingredients, excellent recipes, beautiful photos, and is also quite an entertaining read."


- Daniel 

The Omnivore's Dilemma | Michael Pollan


"An entertaining non-fiction book that investigates our food choices and how they have been influenced by culture and the industry that produces our food. It explores how we no longer follow the original factors that influenced how we eat, such as seasonality and regional viability."


- Sarah

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs | Judi Barrett


"Fascinating bedtime story told by a grandfather to his grandchildren about the mystical town of Chewandswallow, where strange meteorological phenomena bring delicious daily meals from the sky... until one day, when the weather turns!"


- Trevor

Raw-Vitalize | Mimi Kirk & Mia Kirk White


"If looking to eat more raw and healthy… this 21 day guide was pretty good. My kids actually ate some of what I made."


- Shawn 


Jack and the Beanstalk | 


"Rags to riches, fantastic adventure, a match of wits versus size and strength, a great rhyme for a gruesome bread recipe—what’s not to like?"


- Roger 


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