Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Thanksgiving Picture Books (1)


Here are some Thanksgiving reads that I've read this year. I'm still working on updating the collection, so if you have a favorite, please let me know.

I would really love #OwnVoices stories. 

Pippa and her family spend the day giving Thanks to all the things they're grateful for. While this isn't a traditional Thanksgiving story (no feast), the sentiment is there. It's funny and sweet. Hopefully this will inspire readers to say what they are thankful for as well.

* Sent for review

Family and friends are gathering in the woods for a meal together. I love the idea of everyone (friends, family, neighbors) coming together and bringing a dish to share. The artwork is really well done and full of fall colors. 

Kitty wants the Thanksgiving turkey all to herself - and she has a plan for it. But things never go quite the way Kitty imagines. Poor Kitty. Another fun book in this series.

Friends enjoy fall activities together. Their time culminates with a feast from their apple picking and treats from their garden. They do have a thankful tree made from leaves - which is cute. The illustrations are amazing. A lovely sentiment behind this book about friendship, sharing, food, and being grateful.

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