The Squirrels Thanksgiving by Steven KrollTheres better Thanksgiving books out there. You dont really need to read one about some semi-bratty kids that end up being kind of thankful for each other because theyve just been around kids even brattier than themselves.
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Children’s Books About Gratitude That Inspire Thankfulness
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Looking for the nuts he has hidden, a hungry squirrel visits a nest of fledglings, Mr. Owl, Frog, Vole, Mole, a cave of bats, and the house of the woodchopper. Read more Read less.
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Once upon a time there was a little boy named David. David had a very nice family, and he lived in a very nice house. David had a fun little sister, named Sally and a wonderful dog named Rusty. He had nice toys to play with and he went to the very best school. There was just one thing that David did not have, he did know how to be happy.
Each of these awesome books about thankfulness for kids provides simple lessons for nurturing gratitude and good manners in the home or classroom. Gratitude books for parents can be found listed after the round-up of thankful books for kids. Related: Gratitude Activities for Kids. Reading books about thankfulness with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged children is an effective way to teach and inspire gratefulness every day. Gratitude and grateful thinking are about expressing appreciation for what one has, as opposed to focusing on what one does not have. Gazing upon the world through the eyes of gratitude can help us to see that the glass is half full as opposed to half empty. Showing gratitude, and, grateful thinking has been researched to be associated with increased levels of optimism and empathy.