Celebrate Thanksgiving with your kids with these amazing Thanksgiving Books for Preschoolers, that talk about community, gratefulness, and the true meaning of Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Books for Preschoolers
We’re back again this week with some more reading ideas for the upcoming holiday. Last week, I wrote about the Top Thanksgiving Books for Toddlers. Today we’re following it up with the Top Thanksgiving Books for Preschoolers, since the number of preschoolers at my house now outnumbers the number of toddlers (*sob*).
There’s a little bit of everything here from science to history, and counting to poetry. Some of them are even free on Kindle with Amazon’s kindleunlimited
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Top Thanksgiving Books for Preschoolers
10 Fat Turkeys by Tony Johnston is a silly rhyming book, counting backwards about ten funny turkeys.
Silly Amelia Bedelia is in charge of the Thanksgiving school play, where things run amok, as usual in Amelia Bedelia Talks Turkey by Herman Parish.
Arthur’s Thanksgiving by Marc Brown is part of the Arthur Adventure series. When Arthur is chosen to run the Thanksgiving play for school and assign all the cast roles, he runs into problems when all of his friends want to be the star but none of them want to be the turkey!
Learn about the true story of the man who started it all with his giant helium balloons and the history of the Macy’s parade in this fascinating and true book, Balloons over Broadway: The True Story of the Puppeteer of Macy’s Parade.
The Berenstain Bears discuss all the things they have to be thankful for during their trip to their grandparents in The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessings by Mike Berenstain.
Pumpkins are a delicious and fun part of Fall and Thanksgiving, but how can a tiny pumpkin seed turn into such a big pumpkin? Find out in From Seed to Pumpkin.
In Happy Thanksgiving, Biscuit!, celebrate with Biscuit during his very first Thanksgiving with this fun lift-the-flap book.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Curious George in Happy Thanksgiving, Curious George. Curious George loves everything about Thanksgiving. Join in as experiences classic Thanksgiving traditions, like the Macy’s Parade and a turkey dinner.
I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie is a funny Thanksgiving twist on an old classic tale. Watch with the children as the old lady starts by swallowing a pie and moves on to bigger and better things, growing fatter the whole way.
It’s Thanksgiving! contains 12 Thanksgiving poems about Thanksgiving traditions, that your children will love.
On Thanksgiving Day, Pinkalicious and Peter decide to be Thanksgiving helpers in Pinkalicious: Thanksgiving Helper. The paperback version also includes Thanksgiving place cards for your child to host his or her own Thanksgiving dinner.
In Run, Turkey, Run!, a turkey tries to outsmart a farmer searching for his yummy feast. But when all else fails the turkey has to RUN!
Learn the historical tale of Squanto and the very first Thanksgiving in Squanto and the Miracle of Thanksgiving.
T is for Turkey: A True Thanksgiving Story relays the true Thanksgiving story and all of its traditions while rhyming through the alphabet.
Thanks for Thanksgiving discusses all of the wonderful things we can be thankful for. But what is the most important thing?
Discover all the exciting aspects of Fall and Thanksgiving in the lift-the-flap book The Berenstain Bears: Thanksgiving All Around.
Thanksgiving is about pilgrims, and turkeys, and traditions, of course. But don’t forget about the true meaning of Thanksgiving highlighted in Thanksgiving Is for Giving Thanks.
The story of the pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving is retold in easy words perfect for beginning readers in The First Thanksgiving.
In Turkey Trouble, a turkey disguises himself as other animals to escape being the main course!
‘Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving adapts the classic Christmas poem to tell a silly Thanksgiving tale.
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