There is always something to be thankful for in our everyday lives. This adorable book follows two children as they go about their daily life playing and pretending, showing how to be thankful in the ordinary day to day.
The illustrations in Thankful are so well done. It’s a pleasure just to look through. This is a very quick read at only one sentence per every one to two pages. My three year old followed it but didn’t understand some of the words. The ages recommended are four to eight which seems correct to me. And there is a scripture book in the opening page to start the book off. This is a great book to help engage your child to talk about what they are thankful for in their everyday life.
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