30 Fantastic Fall Books for Kids

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The changing of seasons is a great opportunity to get kids excited about new and different kinds of books. Summer is slowly fading away as autumn is fast approaching. We have compiled 30 fantastic fall favorites to help get your kids into the fall spirit.

These books will help them experience the scent, sight, touch, sound, and taste of the beauty of autumn through books the scent of pumpkin spice and apple pies; the sight of brightly colored leaves; the touch of cool, crisp autumn breeze; the sounds and whispers of migrating geese; the taste of mouthwatering candy corns and other fall treats; and much more. Hope your young readers will enjoy reading these fall books as much as ours have.

As always, we love hearing your thoughts on books. You may leave a comment or two about these books or other books that are on your kids’ fall reading list.

The Biggest Apple Ever (Author) Steven Kroll (Illustrator) Jeni Bassett (Ages 4-8)

The Apple Tree Pie (Author) Zoe Hall (Illustrator) Shari Halpern (Ages 4-8)

I Love Fall (Author) Alison Inches (Illustrator) Hiroe Nakata (Ages 2-up)

Dog and Bear: Tricks and Treats (Author, Illustrator) Laura Vaccaro Seeger (Ages 3-7)

Autumn Colors (Author, Illustrator) Laura Tovar (Ages 4-8)

Corduroy’s Best Halloween Ever! (Author) Don Freeman (Illustrator) Lisa McCue (Ages 4-8)

The Pumpkin Patch (Author) Margaret McNamara (Illustrator) Mike Gordon (Ages 4-6)

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves! (Author) Lucille Colandro (Illustrator) Jared Lee (Ages 3-5)

Why Do Leaves Change Color? (Author) Betsy Maestro (Illustrator) Loretta Krupinski (Ages 4-8)

Leaves Fall Down (Author) Lisa Bullard (Illustrator) Nadine Takvorian (Ages 4-8)

P Is for Pumpkin: God’s Harvest Alphabet (Author) Kathy-jo Wargin (Illustrator) YaWen Ariel Pang (Ages 4-8)

The Runaway Pumpkin (Author) Kevin Lewis (Illustrator) S. D. Schindler (Ages 3-5)

Lucky Leaf (Author, Illustrator) Kevin O’Malley (Ages 4-7)

Duck & Goose, Find a Pumpkin (Author, Illustrator) Tad Hills (Ages 2-3)

Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship (Author, Illustrator) Edward Hemingway (Ages 3-5)

Leaf Trouble (Author) Jonathan Emmett (Illustrator) Caroline Jayne Church (Ages 3-7)

Pumpkin Soup (Author, Illustrator) Helen Cooper (Ages 4-8)

Apple of my Eye (Author) Joceline Lee (Illustrator) Martin Murtonen (Ages 3-Up)

Too Many Pumpkins ( Author) Linda White (Illustrator) Megan LLoyd (Ages 5-Up)

Mouse’s First Fall (Author) Lauren Thompson (Illustrator) Buket Erdogan (Ages 2-4)

Hello, Harvest Moon (Author) Ralph Fletcher (Illustrator) Kate Kiesler (Ages 4-8)

On Halloween Night (Authors) Ferida Wolff, Dolores Kozielski (Illustrator) Dolores Avendano (Ages 4-Up)

Oliver Finds His Way (Author) Phyllis Root (Illustrator) Christopher Denise (Ages 2-5)

Free Fall (Author, Illustrator) David Wiesner (Ages 4-8)

Fall Leaves (Author) Loretta Holland (Illustrator) Elly MacKay (Ages 4-8)

County Fair (Author) Laura Ingalls Wilder (Illustrator) Jody Wheeler (Ages 4-8)

Twilight Comes Twice (Author) Ralph Fletcher (Illustrator) Kate Kiesler (Ages 4-8)

Autumn is Here! (Author, Illustrator) Heidi Pross Gray (Ages 2-Up)

By the Light of the Harvest Moon (Author) Harriet Ziefert (Illustrator) Mark Jones (Ages 4-8)

The Spooky Wheels on the Bus (Author) J. Elizabeth Mills (Illustrator) Ben Mantle (Ages 3-5)

 

By: Dawn Hoff, Book Kids

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“I wish every day could be Halloween. We could all wear masks all the time. Then we could walk around and get to know each other before we got to see what we looked like under the masks.” ~R. J. Palacio (Wonder)

It is no wonder that we are choosing Wonder by R. J. Palacio (Recommended for ages 9-12) as our tween/teens’ book pick for October, in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month.

“August Pullman was born with a facial difference that, up until now, has prevented him from going to a mainstream school. Starting 5th grade at Beecher Prep, he wants nothing more than to be treated as an ordinary kid—but his new classmates can’t get past Auggie’s extraordinary face.” Or can they? This book is a must-read that will leave you in awe and wonder!  Get you a copy and dive in!

Feel free to leave a comment or two below, and you could win a free copy. Share your views and thoughts about this book for a chance to win your free copy. A winner will be randomly selected from the comment section at the end of October. Let’s dive into some books!

* Children, please seek parental permission and guidance before commenting on all book club books. All our book picks are found on amazon. You may also check your local bookstores or libraries.

Dawn Hoff, Book Kids