This list of my favorite turkey books will help you find some Thanksgiving-themed read-aloud for your kids. These fun books are great for circle time or your class library.
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This book takes kids on the tour of the farm as the turkey tries to hide from the farmer. Kids enjoy the repetitive text in this fun book and will help the turkey by yelling “Run, Turkey, Run!”
Gobble, gobble, wibble, wobble….. this is a rhyming number book with some fun, repetitive text.
Here is another rhyming number book. This one is short and sweet…perfect for young kids with a limited attention span.
A Thanksgiving version of the Old Lady Books. That silly old lady….she’s always been quirky!
Don’t forget to add some non-fiction books into your turkey theme unit or lesson plans. This one provides plenty of facts about wild turkeys and the illustrations are GORGEOUS.
The townspeople hatch a plan to catch a Thanksgiving bird. The turkey is plump and perky, but very clever as well. I think that you will find this to be a fun story filled with LOTS of descriptive vocabulary and rhymes.
This is the rhyming book that provides a great illustration of how a traditional Thanksgiving meal is lovingly prepared and shared with family and friends. But a surprising mishap shows kids that family and friends are the most important part of Thanksgiving.
This is another short and sweet book for little learners. It pus a Thanksgiving-themed twist on the classic nursery rhyme of “This Little Piggy.”
Silly turkey tries to disguise himself as farm animals to hide from Farmer Jake. His costumes are hilarious and the book ends with a very non-traditional Thanksgiving meal.
Kids try to catch a silly turkey for their Thanksgiving play and he ends up with a new career.
I hope that you enjoy some of these titles. If you have some favorite turkey books that I forgot to list, please share them in the comments below.