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Thanksgiving (Kids)

Celebrate Thanksgiving with this collection of youth books and movies.

Thanksgiving Dance

Join Lil' Peepz the turkey and Shelly the turtle, as they prepare for the biggest holiday performance of their lives! Along with their friends, these baby animals plan to enjoy every bit of their first Thanksgiving, and come back for seconds!

What was the first Thanksgiving? by Joan Holub

Describes how the Pilgrims at Plymouth shared a three-day feast with their Native American neighbors after their first harvest in 1621, establishing a tradition that would become a national holiday

We celebrate Thanksgiving in fall by Rebecca Felix

Explains how people celebrate Thanksgiving, including harvesting vegetables, cooking a turkey, and watching the parade

Thanksgiving counting by Barbara Barbieri McGrath

A family celebrates Thanksgiving by preparing a holiday feast

The first Thanksgiving by Eric Litwin

Pete the cat learns about the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving when he takes part in a school play on the topic

Be thankful, Pout-Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen

Gobble! Gobble! Its Thanksgiving under the sea, and Mr. Fish has much to be grateful for

Around the table that grandad built by Melanie Heuiser Hill

A family gathers with friends and neighbors to eat and celebrate around a table that the grandfather built.

I'm feeling thankful by Natalie Shaw

As his family and friends do things for him for which Daniel Tiger is grateful, he makes sure to thank each of them.

A Dragon Adventure

After communicating with the devious Emrick the Wizard in a dream, King Bedwyr asks his favorite wee dragons, Boil and Cai to bury the hatchet with the Wee Kingdom's longstanding enemy, Durwyn the dragon, and invite him to their upcoming wee holiday thanksgiving celebration! Little do the wees know, Durwyn has his own evil plans! Join the Wee Dragons for a Thanksgiving feast of fun and adventure!

Bad Kitty does not like Thanksgiving by Nick Bruel

Kitty does not like Thanksgiving. Kitty LOVES Thanksgiving. Specifically, Kitty loves turkey. . . and will do anything to get her paws on it. SO, Kitty comes up with a plan but in perfect cantankerous cat fashion, can't quite pull it off and ends up with the turkey (and all the fixins') on her head

Fangsgiving by Ethan Long

The monsters of the Fright Club have gathered for a Thanksgiving feast at Vlad's home, but his family arrives unexpectedly and puts their own spin on every dish.

I spy Thanksgiving : riddles by Jean Marzollo

Rhymes invite the reader to find hidden objects in photographs of Thanksgiving themes

We are thankful by R Busse

Princess Twilight Sparkle explains why she is thankful for her friends and for living in Ponyville, and describes why other ponies are grateful.

Spot's Thanksgiving by Eric Hill

When Spot tells his family that he wants to make this year's Thanksgiving pie, everyone offers assistance. On board pages.

Llama Llama thanks-for-giving day by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama and his animal friends work together to overcome challenges and support their community.

We are thankful by Margaret McNamara

Asked by their teacher to think about the things and people for which they are thankful, the first graders of the Robin Hill School take turns sharing their feelings, challenging young Reza to think of something original.

Friendsgiving by Nancy Siscoe

The creators of Snow Much Fun! depict the Thanksgiving celebration of hand-sewn animal characters Berry, Ginger and Willow, who establish a new tradition while joining friends old and new to bask in the bounty of the season.

Llama Llama gives thanks by Anna Dewdney

"In Llama Llama Gives Thanks, it's Thanksgiving time for Llama Llama and his family! That means yummy foods and autumn leaves and being thankful for everything from pumpkin pies to blue skies. Thanksgiving may only come once year, but in Llama's family, giving thanks is always here!"--Amazon.com

I am thankful by Suzy Capozzi

Throughout a Thanksgiving Day filled with family and fun, a child finds opportunities to be thankful.

Duck and Hippo give thanks by Jonathan London

While Hippo prepares a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for his friends, Duck is busy making her own plans for a surprise that will remind Hippo of all that he has to be thankful for.

Junie B. Jones, first grader : turkeys we have loved and eaten (and other thankful stuff) by Barbara Park

To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, Mr. Scary's first grade class prepares a Thankful List for the school contest, but Junie B. Jones finds it hard to be grateful for squash or Tattletale May

Dino-Thanksgiving by Lisa Wheeler

The dinosaurs enjoy a variety of Thanksgiving Day activities, including preparing favorite recipes, playing touch football, telling stories, and eating together.

Mickey's Thanksgiving by Kate Ritchey

Mickey is so busy preparing the Thanksgiving turkey that he forgets to prepare other food for the occasion.

Ladybug Girl gives thanks by Jacky Davis

Ladybug Girl explains why she is thankful for all of her favorite things, including Bingo, her friends and family, the trees, her books, and pumpkin pie.

Trucksgiving by Jon Scieszka

The trucks of Trucktown create their own annual day of giving thanks

Pinkalicious : Thankgiving helper by Victoria Kann

Pinkalicious and Peter try to help their parents get ready for Thanksgiving dinner
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