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Guest Picks: Fall Reading List
I have a few front-facing bookshelves that I use for thematic and seasonal book displays, and my kids love to sit in their playroom and read the books from the shelves. And now that fall is in the air, my kids and I like to check out even more fall books from the library. This month, I've selected some of our fall favorites and few new ones to explore. — Vanessa from Silly Eagle Books
"Touch-and-Feel" books are perfect for babies and toddlers, and Roger Priddy's never disappoint.
Kids love catching errors, and this book would be fun to read with elementary schoolers.
This is a funny look at how a tree struggles to change its colors for fall.
Fletcher always makes my kids and me smile. This is a great fall read.
Perfect for little ones, this book brings the textures of fall to life.
My daughter loved reading this as a preschooler. Apples and pumpkins are the best part of fall.
If you are looking for a book you can learn from, this is a great nonfiction pick. Kids love learning about nature and how food grows.
Cynthia Rylant is one of my favorite children's book authors. This one look delightful.
This is a fun story about friendship with a fall theme.
My kids love poems. They are usually short and easy to read when you only have a few minutes. These would be fun to keep in the living room for fireside reading on chilly fall evenings.
My family and I always go apple picking in the fall, so this would be perfect for our fall bookshelf.
This book is fantastic any time of year, but with all the pumpkins, it's just perfect for fall!
Nancy Elizabeth Wallace's books are chock-full of information. My kids love all the details and fun facts they learn about nature from her books.
Chasing a leaf — every kid has done it. This story looks like a great bedtime read.
An unexpected ending makes this one fun for preschoolers.
My kids and I love this nonfiction book for fall. It has great photos and just enough information.
This is the perfect read for before a trip to the apple orchard.
Farmers are usually portrayed as men in kids books, so I like how this one is a woman. Full of cute illustrations, this book has lots to teach.
Taking your kids on a leaf hunt is fun and free. This book will get you ready for your own outdoor adventure!