10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

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Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays.  I love the concept behind it and it’s one I want to be sure my kids understand. Most of all, I want my kids to embrace the Thanksgiving holiday for all that it is: a time with family to reflect on the many blessings we all have. One of our favorite ways to prepare for the holiday is by incorporating the holiday into our reading time.  Today I’m sharing some of my favorite Thanksgiving books for kids.

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

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Some of our favorite Thanksgiving books focus on thankfulness, but some focus on the holiday itself.  Regardless of your preference, there are lots of great Thanksgiving books for kids.  These are our favorites:

Thanksgiving Books for Kids

The Great Thanksgiving Escape

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

My Thanksgiving Prayer

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Biscuit Is Thankful

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

The Berenstain Bears Give Thanks

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Thanksgiving Is for Giving Thanks

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Thanksgiving Day Alphabet

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessings

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

The Night Before Thanksgiving

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Thanksgiving at Our House

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

‘Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving

10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

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Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

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8 thoughts on “10 Great Thanksgiving Books for Kids

    1. My oldest is that way, but I’m savoring these days with my little one! I know she’ll be on to other books soon enough. 🙂

  1. It’s been awhile since I’ve read Thanksgiving picture books to little ones (my daughter’s in 6th grade now) but one that we loved when she was younger was ‘Cranberry Thanksgiving’. It’s definitely worth a read if you can find it at your local library!

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