Friendsgiving: A List of Thanksgiving Books Recommended By My Blogging Buddies!

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
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Happy Tuesday!! Well, Halloween has come and gone, but we are still right in the middle of the holiday season! The mall may have forgotten about Thanksgiving, but I will certainly not leave the Thanksgiving theme out of my therapy sessions. I called out to my blogging besties and created a collaborative list of everyone's favorite Thanksgiving story. I am so thankful to have so many great blogging friends. I now own all 15 of these books or they are currently on my amazon wish list. Check out the list below!
My favorite Thanksgiving story to read with my students was always The Great Turkey Race by Steve Metzger. However, I sadly believe that they are no longer printing this book because it is listed on Amazon for over $500! But there are so many great Thanksgiving themed books, so the book I am adding to our list is 

Jenn Alcorn from Crazy Speech World recommends

Shannon Lisowe from Speechy Musings recommends

Carissa TenHoeve from Home Sweet Speech Room & Miss Speechie from Speech Time Fun recommend 

Danielle Reed from Sublime Speech & Whitney Smith from Let's Talk! both recommend

Maureen Wilson from The Speech Bubble recommends

Rachel Jones from Let's Talk Speech Therapy recommends

Carrie Manchester from Carrie's Speech Corner recommends


Jenna Rayburn from Speech Room News recommends

Lauren LaCour from Busy Bee Speech recommends


Jessica Chase from Consonantly Speaking recommends


Courtney Gragg recommends 

Teach Speech 365 recommends

I hope this list helps give you some holiday inspiration for your therapy sessions this month. Is one of your favorite books not mentioned here? Please leave your favorite Thanksgiving books in a comment below!










4 comments

  1. Just wanted to let you know that Watch Know Learn has a free video of the Great Turkey Race being read aloud.

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  2. Fluffy's Thanksgiving by Kate McMullan. The K-1st kids don't quite get the humor, though!

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  3. Thanksgiving at the Tappletons by Eileen Spinelli. Funny story embedded with the real meaning of Thanksgiving. My kiddos love it!

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