Thanksgiving Graces by Mark Kimball Moulton — Book Review

In this delightful little book, a young boy learns the value of sharing as his family members invite more and more visitors to their Thanksgiving feast. Will there be enough for everyone, he wonders? Grandma reassures him, reminding him that in the Bible Jesus was able to provide a crowd of people with fish and bread. She explains:

“The more you love and care, the more there seems to be for everyone to share.”

Beautiful, warm illustrations by Daniel Wenzel complement the lyrical text. This would be a great book to read out loud with youngsters to remind them of the true meaning of the holiday.

VERDICT: 5 STARS. I loved it!

For more holiday books for children see these reviews:

Manger by Lee Bennett Hopkins — Book Review

Great and Small Easter by B&H Kids Editorial Staff — Book Review

The Silent Noisy Night by Jill Roman Lord — Book Review

2 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Graces by Mark Kimball Moulton — Book Review

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