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20 Thanksgiving Books for Kids $5 or Less

Posted on Monday, November 14th, 2016 at 12:39 pm
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Surprise the kids with any of these 20 great Thanksgiving-themed books. They'd be perfect for reading as a family after Thanksgiving dinner!

Thanksgiving is going to be here soon! Surprise the kids with some great Thanksgiving-themed books. They’d make great additions to their library or would be perfect for reading as a family after Thanksgiving dinner! Thanks to becomeacouponqueen.com for help with this list!

Being Thankful (Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter) – $2.76

Thanksgiving Is for Giving Thanks – $3.25

T is for Turkey: A True Thanksgiving Story – $3.43

The Berenstain Bears Give Thanks – $3.55

Surprise the kids with any of these 20 great Thanksgiving-themed books. They'd be perfect for reading as a family after Thanksgiving dinner!

Thanksgiving on Thursday (Magic Tree House #27) – $3.66

10 Fat Turkeys – $3.77

The Night Before Thanksgiving – $3.77

The Story of the Pilgrims – $3.99Surprise the kids with any of these 20 great Thanksgiving-themed books. They'd be perfect for reading as a family after Thanksgiving dinner!

The First Thanksgiving (Step-Into-Reading, Step 3) – $3.99

The First Thanksgiving: A Lift-the-Flap Book – $4.13

Corduroy’s Thanksgiving – $4.24

Fancy Nancy: Our Thanksgiving Banquet – $4.45

. . . If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620 – $4.57

The Best Thanksgiving Ever! – $4.67

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey! – $4.89

My Thanksgiving Prayer – $4.94

Little Critter: Just a Special Thanksgiving – $4.99

Biscuit is Thankful – $4.99

The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessings – $4.99

A Plump And Perky Turkey – $5.00

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