Take a look at our list of super awesome and fun Fall books for kids! It is always a must to include some good books with the change of the seasons. Here are some great titles!
Fun Fall Books for Kids
This book board is perfect for young readers. A young bear experiences autumn for the first time.
Fletcher, a young fox, is worried when his favorite tree turns brown. His mother explains this is normal, and describes fall! This book is great for introducing the changing seasons to kids.
Fall is a great time to go apple and pumpkin! Here is one little girl’s story of a nice fall day.
There are so many things you can do with apples! Annie, an apple farmer, counts, picks, sorts, bakes, and sells apples.
How do apples grow? Where do they come from? Find out in this fun picture book!
John Chapman, who is known as Johnny Appleseed, spread apple seeds across the American frontier. Here is his story!
Is there such thing as too many pumpkins? Find out when Rebecca experiences exploding pumpkins!
With a beautiful watercolor collage, this simplistic picture book introduces young kids to the lives of trees. It’s filled with rich autumn colors, and is easy to read over and over again.
More Fun Fall Books for Kids
Help! Marla Little’s pumpkin starts rolling down the hill – what should she do?
Splat and his friend Seymour visit the pumpkin patch to look for the biggest pumpkin ever. What will they find?
With these collage illustrations, discover how an apple tree grows throughout the seasons. After the apple is ready to be picked, it becomes apple pie!
This classic by Dr. Seuss is about a dog, lion, and tiger who meet up and find out they can each do different things while balancing apples on their head!
Pumpkins, country animals, leaves, apples and more – travel with the busy little squirrel and discover all of the different signs of fall.
Pinkalicious is back from the apple orchard, with a bunch of pink lady apples! What will she do with them all?
As the year is coming to a close, fall is a great time to reflect on everything you have to be thankful for. What are other people thankful for?
What do you think? Why not get a stack of these to read on a cozy Fall afternoon?
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