Gingerbread books are so much fun and the possibilities with them are endless. When I was teaching we spent a week doing gingerbread activities. One of my favorite parts of this week was comparing all of the different gingerbread books. There are SO many different variations and kids love comparing and contrasting them all. They get so excited discussing the different story lines. Are you looking for more Christmas ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here.
The Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell Ernst
The Gingerbread girl is the sister of the gingerbread boy (who was unfortunately eaten by a fox in a previous story). She too runs away from home, but is determined not to have the same fate as he had.
The Gingerbread Man Loose at Christmas by Laura Murray
In this heartwarming adventure, the gingerbread man takes a trek through the city to deliver thank you’s to all of his community helpers. This is a great way to introduce kids to the helpers in their community too
The Gingerbread Cowboy by Ginger Squires
Kids will laugh at this classic story with a wild, wild, west twist. Giddyup, giddyup, as fast as you can!
Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett
If you take the gingerbread out of the oven too soon, you’ll get a baby instead of a boy! That is exactly what happens in this exciting adventure. Watch what happens as the gingerbread baby tears up the forest.
The Gingerbread Boy by Richard Egielski
This modern retelling of a classic story imagines how it would be different if the gingerbread boy lived in a city instead of in the woods.
The Gingerbread Man by Karen Shmidt
A great book for early readers, this book is a fairly good representation of the classic story. Add this to their stocking this year and encourage your child to read the book to you.
Gingerbread Friends by Jan Brett
Gingerbread baby goes out in search of friends. Young readers and listeners will love to hear of his adventures in the village.
The Gingerbread Pirates by Kristen Kladstrup
Have you ever wondered what gingerbread cookies would do at night? Especially if they knew that Santa was coming to eat them? Read onto find out in this adventurous Christmas eve story.
The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School by Laura Murray
When the Gingerbread man is left behind at school, he sets out to find the students who baked him. Hilarity ensues!
The Gingerbread Mouse by Katy Bratun
When her home is destroyed by a falling branch, Mouse moves into a human house and discovers a gingerbread house that’s just her size!
The Library Gingerbread Man by Dotti Enderle
The gingerbread man has had many adventures, but none so epic as this one in the Library! He runs into so many famous people in the biography section, and just as many characters in the fiction section.
Ten Tiny Gingerbread Men by Tiger Tales
This glittery, peek through book is perfect for young listeners. Count the tiny gingerbread men from 1 through 10 together.
To see all book lists featured on A Dab of Glue Will Do, click here. Do you have any favorite gingerbread books that are not on the list? If so, please share in the comments below.
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