I Am Thankful: A Thanksgiving Book for Kids (Paperback)
Learn about the true spirit of gratitude and Thanksgiving with a storybook for kids 3 to 5
Thanksgiving books for kids teach us about coming together with our loved ones and to give thanks for all that we have. I Am Thankful is an adorable, rhyming storybook that follows three different families as they celebrate the holiday with their own traditions, acts of kindness, and ways of giving back.
Kids will learn how to be thankful for the people and world around them as they delight in the sweet illustrations that show diverse families and exciting Thanksgiving adventures. This heartfelt, poetic story will show young ones the meaning of giving and sharing.
Go beyond other Thanksgiving books for kids, with:
- A holiday adventure―Enjoy an extended, rhyming story with 50 pages of Thanksgiving fun!
- Your own thankfulness practice―Discover a short section in the back including activities and crafts designed to foster more thankfulness.
- An inclusive story―Learn the true meaning of community with a diverse cast of characters and a universally welcoming story.
If you are looking for Thanksgiving books for kids, I Am Thankful is a warm, fun story for all.
About the Author
SHERI WALL is a lover of rhyme who has lived in Texas for a really long time. Sheri likes to stay active and be on the go, either biking, or shopping, or seeing a show. To find more lively books by this witty mom, visit her website, amatterofrhyme.com.
“Sure to be a new Thanksgiving Day classic, I Am Thankful is all about creating fun family memories and expressing our gratitude on a special day. With dreamy illustrations and sweet rhymes, families gather together to celebrate one another, think of others in need, and reflect on all we have to be thankful for. Your kids will love reciting the grateful mini mantra, ‘I am thankful. My heart grows. Love fills me from head to toes.’” —Lisa Ferland, Author and Crowdfunding Consultant
“Recent research into the development and acquisition of early literacy skills has conclusively shown that rhythm and rhyme play a hugely important role. This is because children’s early literacy skills are about listening and speaking rather than reading and writing. I love the rhyming and beautiful inclusive illustrations within this book. I look forward to adding it to both my personal and professional library.” —Kimberly Mitchell, M.Ed., MS, CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist