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I don’t know about you, but when I think of Autumn, I think of cozy blankets, mugs of hot drinks, and…BOOKS!
I absolutely love books and feel that lovely fiction is a must for children and adults alike. While I don’t believe that books, no matter how wholesome, should ever take the place of God’s Word, I believe that books can supplement your child’s devotionals. Choosing the perfect book that echoes what your child is studying will provide a further in-depth look into certain character traits, topics, and stories that you want your child to learn.
I have narrowed down five Thanksgiving books that I believe will pair nicely with my Thanksgiving Devotional Series. I would recommend these stories for ages 1-7. If you have any Thanksgiving-related books you would love to recommend, leave a comment below!
The Story of Thanksgiving might be a small board book, but it is rich with a lovely retelling of the first Thanksgiving. This book is more for the 1-3 year-old range, but I believe the simple story would be beneficial to older children as well.
I love the warm, rich illustrations in this board book. It is a sweet, rhyming story that is sure to become a favorite!
I grew up on the Berenstain Bears, so I love all of their stories! I like how most of the stories incorporate character growth.
This book is a sweet picture book with lovely illustrations. At the back of the book, it has a place where your family can jot down what they are thankful for. All around, wonderful book!
I just purchased this book to read with my children this year! I am excited to dig into the more historical aspects, as well as the spiritual theme, weaved throughout this 80 page book. I think this book is more appropriate for read aloud times or for older children.
I hope this list will help guide you in picking lovely fiction out for your children! If you would like to see more book lists, drop me a note at email@example.com or comment below!
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