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Books with title Thankful

  • I Am Thankful

    Suzy Capozzi, Eren Unten

    Hardcover (Rodale Kids, Oct. 10, 2017)
    It’s Thanksgiving Day, and there’s a lot to be done before turkey time! I Am Thankful follows a young boy through his busy holiday adventures, from running in the turkey trot to helping his family bake pies. Even though the weather might ruin the annual family football game, the jam-packed day proves there’s never a shortage of things to be thankful for. In this first installment of the Positive Power series, kids will learn the affirmation “I am thankful” through a delightful story of food, family, and fun.About the Positive Power Series:Short on words and long on empowerment, the Positive Power early reader series teaches kids and parents alike the power of positive affirmations and how to incorporate them into their daily lives.
  • The Thankful Book

    Todd Parr

    Library Binding (Spotlight, Aug. 1, 2019)
    This title celebrates all the little things kids can give thanks for and inspires readers to remember all of life's special moments. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Spotlight is a division of ABDO.
  • We Are Thankful

    Margaret McNamara, Mike Gordon

    eBook (Simon Spotlight, Sept. 1, 2020)
    The Robin Hill School first graders learn about being thankful in this Level 1 Ready-to-Read, the twenty-ninth book in the Robin Hill School series!It’s almost Thanksgiving, and Mrs. Connor asks the class to think about what they are thankful for. Reza and his mama make a list together. He can’t wait to talk to his class about his family, his dog, his bike, and so much more! But then at school, everyone takes turns saying what they’re thankful for, and the other kids say the same things Reza wanted to say! Can Reza think of something else he’s thankful for before it’s his turn to speak?
  • Thankful Tonight

    Katherine Yundt

    Board book (Plain Sight, Aug. 14, 2018)
    Snuggle up with your little ones and share a moment of gratitude. This sweet picture book features rhyming text and fun illustrations to encourage even the youngest children to think about all the things they're thankful for. From family and friends to the wonders in the world around them, there's always something to add to your children's thankful list.
  • We Are Thankful!

    Josh Selig, Cassandra Berger, Little Airplane Productions

    eBook (Nickelodeon Publishing, April 1, 2013)
    The Wonder Pets are off to a holiday dinner with Grandma Ginny. Along the way, they stop to give thanks to all their friends-- especially you!
  • Thankfulness

    Cynthia Roberts

    Library Binding (The Childs World Inc, Aug. 1, 2007)
    Explains what thankfulness is and describes different things that may make a person feel thankful.
  • Thankful: Haiku

    Delsi Williams-Dyke, Delsi Williams-Dyke

    language (Every Word Has A Song dba Delsi S. Williams-Dyke, Inc. EWHAS. ATOC., Nov. 4, 2019)
    Thankful Haiku is an haiku e-book.Thankful Haiku has one haiku introduction and five haiku.Thankful Haiku has all three haiku short forms qualities, quality.Thankful Haiku subject is about thankfulness and about Earth and it varies, varied as it applies to humans, individuals also.
  • We Are Thankful!

    Josh Selig, Cassandra Berger, Little Airplane Productions

    Board book (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, Sept. 7, 2010)
    The Wonder Pets are off to Grandma Ginny's for a holiday meal. But first, they want to stop and say "thank you" to all of their friends, especially YOU! Adorable board book comes with (NUMBER TK) stickers. A great holiday treat for Wonder Pets fans--just $6.99.
  • I Am Thankful

    Sarah Milicia

    language (, Oct. 4, 2013)
    It's another beautiful morning, and Hope is here to enjoy it! Let's take a walk together, and hear the story of how Grandfather gives thanks every day. We're all thankful for things in our lives, but his attention goes all over the world! The soils, waters, plants and animals all work together to make this Earth. Even the air, sun, moon, and changing seasons make life exciting. From the tiniest pebble to the whole planet flying through space... We need nature. And we love every bit of it! That's why we give thanks every morning, so we never forget how wondrous and beautiful life is. Just look around and see - you'll be thankful too! Sarah Milicia is happy to present the Just A Spark series of children’s books. I Am Thankful: The Way We Start Our Day is a great way to cultivate your child’s love and respect for the natural world. Not every child has a trusted old sage to “put there just a spark.” By following Hope and Gideon, we can learn from their enlightenment. Watch as they experience nature, developing an attitude of value and appreciation. This journey may have unexpected and fascinating twists! As a caregiver, you’re not just teaching your kids… you may rediscover the joy of seeing through a child’s eyes.
  • Bea Thankful

    Bill Sandusky

    Paperback (Trafford Publishing, Dec. 9, 2010)
    With Bea's help and stories, mold your child into the good person they are, and the good person you want them to be! Bea will help your child see the true value in being a person that behaves with wise and safe habits as well as rewarding attitudes. Bea doesn't teach by commanding, but rather, she teaches these "Bea Attitudes" by example. This book teaches this simple, but essential Bea Attitude: Bea Thankful and always count your blessings!
  • We're Thankful!

    Angela C. Santomero, Jennifer Brackenbury, Traci Paige Johnson

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, Sept. 1, 1999)
    This interactive Thanksgiving gift book features many colorful stickers that show young children just what Blue and her friends are thankful for, and encourages readers to draw in the people and things they are thankful for. 100,000 first printing.
  • Thankful Rest

    Annie S. Swan

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 31, 2017)
    Annie Shepherd Swan (8 July 1859 – 17 June 1943) was a Scottish journalist, novelist and story writer, also wrote as David Lyall and later Mrs Burnett Smith. She was a popular writer of romantic fiction for young women during the Victorian era.