Are you looking for a book to read with your child this fall? You love these fall books for kindergarten! This list includes classics, picture books, and more. There is something for everyone on this list.
It’s fall, the kids are back to school and you’re looking for some great books to share with them.
The problem is that there are so many picture books out there these days it’s hard to know which ones will be a hit at your house. You don’t want to waste your time reading every book available only to find out your child isn’t interested in any of them.
We’ve got you covered! We’ve carefully selected these picture books that we think all kindergarten-aged children will love.
These titles have been tried and tested by my family as well as other teachers and parents alike who were kind enough to share their opinions with us. There is no better way than word of mouth when it comes down to choosing good quality children’s literature!
I don’t know about you, but I can’t seem to get enough of all the fall leaves and pumpkin spice. It’s just so cozy! Fall also brings back memories of my kids starting kindergarten.
Get on the couch and snuggle up with your favorite fall books from the list.
In this story, a family of bears joyfully experiences the wonders of a New England autumn. Together they amble through a county fair, collect candy on Halloween, and share a Thanksgiving meal with some of their forest friends.
Perfect to read before visiting the patch to pick out your very own pumpkin! This book introduces the way pumpkins are grown, tended, and harvested over time to get them ready for visitors to take home in the fall.
A black bear cub is experiencing autumn for the first time. When leaves begin to fall off of the trees, he desperately tries to reattach them to the branches. Soon, he’s feeling pretty sleepy, and promptly takes a nap upon finding a cozy den. When he wakes again, he sees that spring has brought new leaves to the trees!
One tree endures all of the changes a year and its seasons bring. As the months race by, people rest under the branches, holidays are celebrated nearby, and leaves are grown and then dropped to the ground in a colorful array of autumn splendor.
All of the pumpkins in the patch are round. All, that is, except one. Spookley is square, and he hears ceaseless teasing about it day and night. When one stormy night causes the round pumpkins to roll and bounce around, Spookley stays put. Being different, Spookley finds, isn’t always such a bad thing after all!
This story is narrated by a tree that tries to convince readers why fall is the most difficult season of all. The illustrations are also a treat as the leaves form silly patterns when they fall to the ground.
The smallest scarecrow in the field is told he can’t possibly be scary enough to keep the crows away! Luckily, his father is willing to help by teaching him the most frightening faces. With practice, it soon pays off!
An invitation to follow along in how a tree grows filled with vibrant graphics to capture a child's attention.
Fall is the perfect time to curl up with a good book with your kids. Here are some great books for kindergarten-aged kids that will keep them entertained, engaged, and thinking about what might happen next!
Enjoy this list of fall books for kindergarten as you head into cooler weather and explore nature as the leaves start to change color.
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