I have a special affection for harvest hymns...old hymns that celebrate God's bounty and provision and are traditionally sung around Thanksgiving time.
One of my very favorites is Come Ye Thankful People, Come. When I sing the words to the first verse I think of my beloved Little House on the Prairie books and episodes, and imagine a time when much hunting, harvesting, planning, cooking, canning, and storing was done by Thanksgiving time so there would be food and provision through the cold and snowy winter months. The last verse yearns for the day when Jesus comes back to take His people to Heaven, the beautiful place He has prepared for us.
I also have a fondness for the song For the Beauty of the Earth. This song is sung in the 90's movie version of Little Women, an absolute favorite of mine. My daughter also greatly enjoys this beautifully directed and acted film version of the novel, and we are currently reading a children's classic version of this lovely story. There is a scene in the movie where the family sings this "hymn of grateful praise" and I love it.