I love reading seasonal books with my boys, especially for fall! There are so many great books about fall, and we’ve really enjoyed all of these!
Hope you can find something on this list for you and your kiddos!
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Great Books About Fall For Kids
Full of information and real photographs, this book is great to read! There are even some suggested fall activities and crafts you can try with your kids!
A fun take on We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. The repetitive nature of the book makes it easy for kiddos to follow along. It features several different common trees and their leaves, so it’s fun to read and spot the same trees outside.
A great book that goes through all the things we see in the summer, and the transitions in the weather as fall approaches. The illustrations are beautiful and it’s a great book to read with your little one, especially in August and September.
Daniel Tiger, Mom Tiger, and Miss Elaina work together to fix Music Man Stan’s fall decorations. I love the message in this book. Mom Tiger sums it up perfectly.
“Everyone is different,” Mom Tiger tells them. “You don’t have to do things the same way. You just need to do your best.” A great reminder for all of us 🙂
Very simply written, this book is perfect for younger littles. Mouse and Minka love playing outside in the fall. They find leaves that are different colors and shapes.
A cute book about all the seasons being easy for a tree, except for fall.
The books in the Fletcher series are all super cute, and this is no exception. Fletcher the fox is worried about his tree losing all its leaves and does his best to help.
A silly book with a play on words, this book is quite humorous especially for kindergarteners or students in early Elementary.
A sweet book about a girl and grandpa remembering all the fun fall activities that they did together.
This books talks about the fun activities you can do in the fall. From apple picking at the orchard to pumpkin picking at the pumpkin patch to carving pumpkins and trick-or-treating. It’s a book that kiddos will easily relate to.
This is a great book for kiddos that are learning their letters. It goes through the entire alphabet while telling a story of a little dog that wants a taste of apple pie.
Squirrel is busy preparing for the upcoming winter. This book has a lot of repetition which makes it fun for littles to follow along.
The rhyming gives this book a nice flow when reading. It goes through all the fun activities in the fall. There are a couple pages about Halloween that could potentially be a little scary for littles–so just keep an eye out for that!
This book discusses the changes from the middle of fall through to the beginning of winter. It’ll be great to read with your kiddos and also observe the changes in weather outside.
This is one of those books my son wanted to read over and over again. Granny Smith wants to make an apple pie for dinner, but doesn’t have any apples. She embarks on a journey to find apples, and along the way meets many new friends. A really sweet book about kindness about sharing what you have and helping each other.
An owl goes on a little adventure in the middle of the night.
A family gathers together to help their grandfather on his apple farm. It’s informative and relatable, and a great book to read before going to an apple orchard.
Another wonderful book about fall, but I particularly love that the illustrations depict an Asian family! I like to include books that are more diverse, so I really appreciate this one.
A bear enjoys his first fall, winter’s sleep, and wakes up to find spring to greet him.
Bella is an active girl that loves everything about fall and her fall coat. She has outgrown her coat but it takes some convincing to switch to a bigger one.
Peter Rabbit and his family walk over to Mr. Bunny’s to find a Halloween pumpkin. It’s getting dark and Peter feels a little scared, but learns quickly that shadows are nothing to be scared of.
Buddy Bear and his Mom goes on leaf walks every season and observes the changes in the leaves.
Lois Ehlert’s books are always so beautiful and this one is no exception. Definitely a classic fall book!
There’s additional information toward the end of the book and instructions on how to make a bird treat.
Yellow time only comes once a year, so you’d better enjoy it while it lasts!
Xiao Ming and his friends go on a little trip to the farm. He is able to teach his friends the new Chinese characters that he has learned recently.
I love finding books that bring some diversity to our collection. With this book, I was able to introduce some Chinese words and culture to my son. This book compares Chinese characters to different pictures, so it’s relatable for young children.
Arnold has his very own apple tree. He learns to take good care of his tree season after season.
This book is very informative and has beautiful illustrations. Since there is a lot of text on each page, it would be a great book for older Elementary students to learn about the history of apples.
A family grows apple trees, and the girls get to see the trees during each season. And finally get to pick the apples and make apple pie from them.
Very informative and thorough, I learned so many things about apples! My son really liked learning all the names of different kinds of apples.
Beautifully written, this book describes all the most wonderful things about late fall and early winter.
A fun and interactive book about the changes in trees throughout the seasons.
A great book to introduce fall to preschoolers and talk about all the fun activities to look forward to.
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