The holidays are a time to pass on traditions and Mentor Public Library librarian Lisa Layton, a self-described Charles Schultz fan, got the chance to share her love for “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” with children at the library.
"It's really special to hear the children laughing at the same parts of the movie that I laughed at as a kid,” she said.
After watching the classic, the librarians recreated Snoopy's feast from the story for the kids with toast, jelly beans, pretzels, pudding, popcorn and a juice box.
The feast on Nov. 19 served as an appetizer for the real feast for the kids.
“Well, Charlie Brown had jellybeans but I am going to have turkey,” Matthew Grbavac observed.
Sophie Martucci, 6, had no complaints with the Snoopy-style Thanksgiving feast, jellybeans and all.
“I just like to eat,” she said.