13 Terrific Fall Books for Children

The kids are back to school it’s time to get into the spirit of the next season. The next few months are filled with so many wonderful things!

Let’s begin with Fall. Apple orchards, pumpkins, caramel apples, cider and donuts…the list goes on. Following the start of fall comes Halloween. Another great time of year filled with candy corn and other delicious treats.

Celebrate the season and up-coming holidays with themed books. Remember you can always get books at your local library or buy them used on Amazon.

Fall Books

  1. Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf by Lois Elhert
  2. Mouse’s First Fall by Lauren Thompson
  3. Leaf Man by Lois Elhert
  4. Duck & Goose Find a Pumpkin by Tad Hills
  5. I Love Fall by Alison Inches
  6. The Leaves Fall All Around by Steve Mack
  7. Let It Fall by Maryann Cocca-Leffler
  8. We’re Going on A Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger
Let It Fall
I Love Fall!: A Touch-and-Feel Board Book
It’s Fall (Celebrate the Seasons)
Mouse’s First Fall (Classic Board Books)
Baby Loves Fall!: A Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Book (Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books)
Fall Is Not Easy

Halloween Books 

  1. The Curious Little Witch by Lieve Baeten
  2. Where is Baby’s Pumpkin by Karen Katz
  3. 10 Trick-or-Treaters by Janet Schulman
  4. The Runaway Pumpkin by Kevin Lewis
  5. The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams

 

The Berenstain Bears Trick or Treat (First Time Books)
Where Is Baby’s Pumpkin? (Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books)
The Night before Halloween
10 Trick-or-Treaters

 

— Maria Dismondy, mother of two, reading specialist, fitness instructor and bestselling children’s author living in Southeast Michigan

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