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7 Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Want to remind your kids that Thanksgiving is more than just a few days off from school and a pile of turkey? These 7 Thanksgiving books for kids talk about the spirit of giving — with a side helping of cuteness to keep them interested.
Want to remind your kids that Thanksgiving is more than just a few days off from school and a pile of turkey? These 7 Thanksgiving books for kids talks about the spirit of giving — with a side helping of cuteness to keep them interested.

Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Thanksgiving on Plymouth Plantation
Thanksgiving on Plymouth Plantation follow Time-Traveling Twins, Liz and Lenny as they travel back to 1961 Plymouth Plantation for an enormous FOUR-DAY feast.

Sarah Gives Thanks How Thanksgiving Became a National Holiday
Sarah Gives Thanks: How Thanksgiving Became a National Holiday from the author of Mary Had a Lamb, this is an in-dept look at how Thanksgiving became known as a National Holiday.

If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620

. . . If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620, historic look at the story of Pilgrims and their journey on the Mayflower.

Thanksgiving on Thursday Magic Tree House #27
Thanksgiving on Thursday (Magic Tree House #27), appropriate for kids ages 6 and up. Follow Jack and Annie back to the first Thanksgiving in 1621 while learning about the importance of a community.

Thanks for ThanksgivingThanks for Thanksgiving is a light-hearted book on being thankful not just for the big things but also for the little things we encounter everyday.

What Is Thanksgiving? an humorous interpretation of Thanksgiving, through the use of whimsical art and rhyming verses.

Amelia Bedelia Talks Turkey

Amelia Bedelia Talks Turkey, if your children are Amelia Bedelia fans then this is no exception.

Need recipes and fun activities for Thanksgiving, here are a few suggestions

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Diane @ Philzendia

    November 15, 2015 at 11:17 am

    These books all sound wonderful!

  2. Staci

    November 16, 2015 at 9:18 am

    My daughter LOVES Ameila Bedelia books. She’d love reading any of these books to her brother.

  3. judy jbrittain

    July 14, 2016 at 3:18 am

    Hey, great share…..

    As a parent I completely understand the value of books in your child. Amazing list of books. I am surely going to get these books for my child.

    Thanks for sharing this post. Keep sharing more….
    Cheers!!

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