Inside: 14 Thanksgiving books in Spanish for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and beginner Spanish learners of all ages.
Are you looking for a great book in Spanish to teach your kiddos about Thanksgiving this year? If so, you have come to the right place because today, I am going to share 14 Thanksgiving picture books in Spanish!
These books touch on several themes dealing with Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving related vocabulary and themes, as well as what it means to be Thankful, and how to give thanks.
If you are looking for some activities to prepare you for some of the vocabulary you might find in your Thanksgiving book in Spanish, try out these FREE Thanksgiving coloring pages & placemat!
You could also make some Vocabulary flashcards with this Thanksgiving Scavenger hunt available in Spanish and English!
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*Bilingual Thanksgiving books that are in Spanish & English
By: Melissa Winn
A cute story of a little boy who is angry because his parents didn’t give him a gift.
His abuelita comes to cheer him up by inviting him to play a game! A game of thanks! He must write a note every night expressing thanks for something.
The little boy loves this game so much, that he ends up writing a beautiful letter about all that for which he is thankful!
This is a great read aloud story to learn about the act of thanks in Spanish with your kiddos. At the end of the book, there are cut outs to play your own game with your children! Super cute!
By: Misty Black
Help Oscar el Oso’s friends cheer up his mood and teach him about gratitude this Thanksgiving!
By: Steve Stallman
This adorable book is not necessarily Thanksgiving-related, but it does talk about dinner time. This book is filled with great valuable lessons such as friendship, generosity, and the acceptance of differences. It is such a beautiful story to give thanks for this Thanksgiving!
By: Oge Mora
What a great tale about sharing and what sharing can bring in return!
Omu makes a delicious guiso rojo espeso for dinner.
El aroma from her guiso travels through the whole town, bringing everyone to Omu’s door!
Will she share her guiso? Will there be enough?
By: Melissa Winn
With No te olvides a agradecer, your child will learn that being happy and thankful does not come from material items, but rather from everyday things, such as family, the outdoors, and a bird singing.
by: Alexis H. Purcell
Joey, the turkey is sad. He has forgotten how to gobble gobble. He needs his friends’ help.
Give your child a good giggle this Thanksgiving as they help Joey learn how to gobble.
7. ¿Dónde está mi pavo? *
by: Sujatha Lalgudi
Learn about the history of Thanksgiving with a young pilgrim and his pet turkey. Join in on some games such as find the hidden parts of the turkey.
By: Normal Bridwell
Who doesn’t love Clifford the Big Red Dog? I bet he’s even more fun in Spanish!
Follow Clifford across many miles to go visit his mama for Thanksgiving!
9. Doy gracias cada día *
By: P.K. Hallinan
Doy gracias cada día is an excellent book for both parents and children learning Spanish, and the perfect introduction to thankfulness.
10. Oso dice gracias
By: Karma Wilson
Join Oso as he thanks his friends over a big meal. What a better way to saying thank you. Oso dice gracias is the perfect children’s book for Thanksgiving!
By: Joy Cowley
Papa gets Miguel a turkey to fatten up for Thanksgiving, but he becomes too attached. Find out what happens in this fun Thanksgiving tale.
By: Steve Antony
A great beginning book for babies and toddlers learning how to say thank you in Spanish.
By: Alma Flor Ada
Learn about the history of Thanksgiving With Gaby and Beto, who have to change their thanksgiving plans due to a huge snowfall. They still figure out how to have a celebration, anyway!
By: Alma Flor Ada
A unique story about a spider that helps a turkey find ways to avoid being eaten for Thanksgiving.
I hope you enjoyed this list of 14 Thanksgiving books in Spanish. Make reading a tradition in your family this Thanksgiving, and don’t forget to be thankful—not just on Thanksgiving, but every day!