Top Thanksgiving Books for Kids


Thanksgiving is such a fun time for family and friends to get together, share food and memories, and also enjoy fun and storytelling. Of course, some of the best (most popular) books about Thanksgiving were written for kids. Many of these stories offer something for all of us to enjoy…

Please take a look at these top picks!

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Top Thanksgiving Books

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Top Thanksgiving Books | Pete the Cat: The First Thanksgiving

The books about Pete the Cat are particular favorites for my kids, and this book is no different, with its story about the first Thanksgiving. The colorful illustrations (all drawn by bestselling artist, James Dean), and the fun play with words--combine to offer kids a learning experience they won't soon forget. My kids love reading the "Pete the Cat" books over-and-over!

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Top Thanksgiving Books | The Berenstain Bears: Thanksgiving Blesssings

This book is a great reminder of all that which we have to be thankful for... It's all part of the journey to Gran and Gramp's house--for that Thanksgiving feast.

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Top Thanksgiving Books | 10 Fat Turkeys

The book cover and title says it all! It's a fun colorful countdown book. I'm sure your child will enjoy the antics of these goofy fowl, as they swinging from a vine, strutting on a boar, doing a noodle dance, and so much more.

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Top Thanksgiving Books | Bear Says Thanks

With the text by Karma Wilson and illustrations from Jane Chapman, this book is a celebration of family and friends.

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Top Thanksgiving Books | Turkey Trouble

What's a turkey to do when it's "that" time of year? Yep, it's nearly Thanksgiving, and this turkey tries to become someone (something) else. What disguise will he use? Wendi Silvano's comical story is perfectly matched by Lee Harper's watercolors.

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