Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Kids. Encourage early readers by providing seasonal books.When Gavin started Elementary School and started learning to read, I was a little sad once we started gravitating away from picture books. I had enjoyed reading and discovering new books for the past six years. Now what? Then I discovered how much fun it was to read chapter books together! I grew up with a love for reading and want my kids to have that too. One of the ways I encourage them to read is to change out our reading nook with seasonal books. We have our own collection and we also love getting different ones from our local library.

Thanksgiving Reading NookHere are some great books we discovered when we started looking for Thanksgiving books. These books are for early readers and geared toward elementary school children.

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Dr. Carbles is Losing His Marblesย by Dan Gutman

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Early Readers

Thanksgiving Turkey Troubleย by Abby Klein

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Early ReadersMayflower Treasure Huntย by Ron Roy

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Kids

November Nightsย by Ron Royย 

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Elementary School Readers

Thanksgiving on Thursdayย by Mary Pope Osborne

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Kids

Judy Moody and Stink: The Wishbone Wish by Megan McDonald

Junie B. Jones #28: Turkeys We Have Loved and Eaten by Barbara Park

Thanksgiving Chapter Books

Thanksgiving Thief by Carolyn Keene

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Kids

Zack and the Turkey Attack!ย by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Thanksgiving Chapter Books For Kids

 

Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Kids. Encourage early readers by offering seasonal books.

19 comments on “Thanksgiving Chapter Books for Kids”

    • Magic Treehouse has been one of our favorites for a couple of years now! I’m excited to read the Nancy Drew book since that was always one of my childhood favorites.

  1. Oh thank you for this! We have the whole week of Thanksgiving off and I was just thinking that I needed to find a book or two to read with my 5 year old (he’s already reading!). I’ll take a look and pick one or two. Thanks!

    -Mama from Mama Writes Reviews

  2. Love this list. I need to add some more holiday titles to our home library. Trying to get any from the public library is so hard during the season. We went 3 weeks in advance and there were only scraps left. lol!

    • Yes, our library tends to get picked over too. We are able to put books on hold online and they will let us know when they are ready. That seems to help!

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