The blue table becomes more than just a blue table, as plans are made, families gather, and food is served, and gratitude is felt.
Autumn can be a challenging transition time for families and little ones. The days are getting shorter and colder (boo!). But we do get to break out cozy sweaters and those long, dark evenings are the perfect time to reread some favorite books (yay!).
The following titles can remind your child of things to be thankful for: walking in the woods, giving a gift or simply being with the people we love. Reading books with children is a wonderful way to bring some sunshine into your home, illustrate different ways to show appreciation and remind them that they can help to make the world a better place.
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A winter’s day is transformed from bleak to beautiful by warm friendship and a new perspective.
A young multiracial boy celebrates family, friendship, and fun by telling about some of the everyday things for which he is thankful.
Based on a true story, this heartwarming tale about a little girl and a simple thank-you note shows how one tiny act of kindness can have a huge impact.
Mr. Panda has presents for all his animal friends, but many of the gifts are not quite right–but as little Lemur knows, it is the thought that counts.
Easy-to-read text encourages the reader to find something every day for which to be thankful, from underwear that is just the right size to birthday cakes and the wishes they bring.