I would love some recommendations for Thanksgiving books for 4/6 year old boys. thanks!!!Sonya ShaferModeratorCindySParticipant
This is not about the first Thanksgiving, but is a tradition with us. A Thanksgiving Story In Vermont-1852, by Jeff Barth. “Experience life in rural Vermont as you travel with the Bartons through an unexpected blizzard to visit Grandpa and Grandma in Stowe on Thanksgiving Day, 1852. A surprising guide helps to bring them safely to their destination.”CindySParticipant
Oh, and one more: An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving, by Louisa May Alcott. Maybe not appealing because it’s about girls, but hilarious.Cindie2ddsMember
The Thanksgiving Story by Alice Dalgliesh is the one I was going to recommend also! We are going to start reading it in about a week.
I would be interested to hear what others say!PollyParticipant
We do something similar to Advent with Thanksgiving where we read a little day from various books. We have a calendar that I made out of felt with paper corn cobs in each pocket. Each corn cob has a Bible verse on it. We take them out and read the verse each day and then each person writes on a card something they are thankful for (for 21 days) and we put those in the pockets. I keep the cards every year. It’s fun to go back and see what people were thankful for (especially the little ones!).
I recommend the above books as well. We’ve really liked: http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/product?isbn=1581345380&event=AFF&p=1018699 this resource as well. It works for all ages.
I also really like A 30 day Thanksgiving Journal by Sheri Graham.
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