Family Fun Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Thanksgiving is the ultimate family holiday, and there’s no better time to share Thanksgiving books together with our closest people! This list of picture books and juvenile fiction titles with a family and fun theme are perfect for sharing with kids, siblings, caregivers–in person or over Zoom! And best of all, they’re all available at MCPL, for pick-up with Holds-to-Go.

Turkey Pox, Laurie Halse Anderson

Over the River and Through the Wood: a Holiday Adventure, Linda Ashman

We Are Family, Magnolia Belle

The Berenstain Bears Love One Another, Mike Berenstain

The Runaway Hug, Nick Bland

Arthur’s Thanksgiving, Marc Brown

How Many Days to America? A Thanksgiving Story, Eve Bunting

A Turkey for Thanksgiving, Eve Bunting

Over the River and Through the Wood: A Thanksgiving Poem, Lydia Child

Molly’s Pilgrim, Barbara Cohen

So Much!, Trish Cooke

Gracias, the Thanksgiving Turkey, Joy Cowley

The Great Thanksgiving Escape, Mark Fearing

Thanksgiving is Here!, Diane Goode

Spot’s Thanksgiving, Eric Hill

Around the Table that Grandad Built, Melanie Hill

Thanksgiving in the White House, Gary Hines

The Great Big Book of Families, Mary Hoffman

Duck for Turkey Day, Jacqueline Jules

Where is Baby’s Turkey?, Karen Katz

You and Me Together, Barbara Kerley

Families, Families, Families!, Suzanne Lang

This is the Turkey, Abby Levine

Families, Ann Morris

Maisie’s Scrapbook, Samuel Narh

Thanksgiving Wish, Michael J. Rosen

A Family is a Family is a Family, Sara O’Leary

Families, Shelley Rotner

The Thanksgiving Beast Feast, Karen Gray Ruelle

One Family, George Shannon

The Perfect Thanksgiving, Eileen Spinelli

Thanksgiving Treat, Catherine Stock

Thanksgiving at Our House, Wendy Watson

Thanksgiving with Me, Margaret Willey

This Is Our House, Hyewon Yum

Family Celebrations, Martha Rustad

Super Simple Thanksgiving Activities, Megan Borgert-Spaniol

Happy Thanksgiving! Things to Make and Do, Judith Conaway

175 Easy-to-Do Thanksgiving Crafts, Sharon Dunn Umnik

Turkey Riddles Katy Hall

It’s Thanksgiving, Jack Prelutsky