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Thanksgiving Children’s Books


We have a bunch of different Thanksgiving children’s books that your little ones are sure to love! Here are just a few of our favorites:

A TURKEY FOR THANKSGIVING

by Eve Bunting

“I wish we had a real turkey,” Mrs. Moose tells her husband. “Everyone always has a turkey for Thanksgiving.”

So Mr. Moose sets out to find her one. But when he and their friends spot Turkey and call to him, Turkey runs away. Why would he do that? The answer is revealed in a funny surprise ending to Eve Bunting’s lighthearted story.

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THE PILGRIMS’ FIRST THANKSGIVING

by Ann McGovern

The Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving lasted three whole days. Ann McGovern’s simple text introduces children to the struggles of the Pilgrims during their first year at Plymouth Colony and the events leading to the historic occasion we celebrate today – THANKSGIVING.

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THE VERY FAIRY PRINCESS ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE

by Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton

Gerry is ready to be KIND and give THANKS all day long. She is excited to give her best compliments to friends and family, has the perfect contribution for the food drive, and has created a beautiful painting for her school’s charity art show.

But disaster strikes again and again, making it tough to stay grateful! Thankfully, with a little help from her friends, family, and teacher, Gerry proves that a fairy princess can always find just the right attitude of gratitude.

From the mother-daughter team of Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton comes another uplifting story in the #1 New York Times bestselling Very Fairy Princess series.

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THANKSGIVING ACTIVITY BOOK

This book is packed with Thanksgiving-themed games, puzzles, and fun facts! Celebrate this special holiday with friends and family with the awesome activities inside…

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WE GATHER TOGETHER

by Wendy Pfeffer

The official start of the harvest season, it occurs around September 21 each year. It marks the end of summer and the beginning of longer nights and shorter days. For many cultures around the world, the fall equinox represents a time to celebrate the harvest and begin collecting and storing crops.

Looking at both the science of weather and the history of how the fall equinox has been celebrated by various cultures throughout the world, this book will inspire a new understanding of autumn and the harvest season.

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