Peppa Pig & the Day of Giving Thanks

Peppa Pig may be British, but she still knows the value in giving thanks. Peppa Pig & the Day of Giving Thanks is a sweet story about Peppa and her family finding many things to be thankful for while out on a walk. Even when things take a turn for the worse, Peppa learns that you can still find good things worth being grateful for.

It’s a meandering story, with a simple message — but perhaps it’s one we can all take to heart, in a year that has been filled with challenges and hardships. It’s a reminder to look for the bright spots, and find the good in a bad situation.

Any fan of Peppa Pig will adore this sweet book, and the bonus coloring poster found on the inside jacket is a fun bonus.

Though not Thanksgiving specific, Peppa Pig & the Day of Giving Thanks is still a wonderful addition to any young reading list for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.

Peppa Pig & the Day of Giving Thanks is available now. Here is the official synopsis:

Give thanks with Peppa Pig and her family! A sweet story of nature and gratitude that includes a coloring poster inside its jacket.

Peppa Pig and her brother, George, are out for a nature walk with Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. It’s a beautiful fall day, and there are so many things to be thankful for–the blue sky above, the trees full of apples, the pumpkins, the fallen leaves that are so fun to play in. When a rainstorm catches Peppa and her family by surprise in the middle of their walk, Peppa doesn’t feel quite so lucky. Will the rain ruin their perfect autumn day? Or will it leave a surprise that Peppa might be grateful for after all? Celebrate Thanksgiving with a Peppa story that little ones everywhere will appreciate, inspired by the award-winning animated TV series on Nick Jr.

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