Favorite Fall Children’s Books
Now that fall is here, I’ve been craving great reads for me and my girls. Below are a few fall books we love.
Favorite Fall Children’s Books:
Woo! the Not-So-Scary Ghost by Ana Martin Larranaga
Recommended Age: 2-7
Poor little Woo! He wants to be a Big Ghost. Little ones will like this silly (not scary) Halloween tale and early readers will love the funny pictures and readable text. And the simple yet charming drawings are great for budding cartoonists.
Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert
Recommended Age: 3 – 12
This unusual story will remind you not to overlook the beauty of small things. You may be inspired to create leaf art yourself!
Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson
Recommended Age: 3 – 7
This is such a warm and wonderful story. Kids and adults will appreciate the beautiful watercolor images and its reaffirming message that change is not only eternal — it is beautiful.
Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
Recommended Age: 3 – 9
I love the witch and her diverse posse of characters. The language in this is wonderful and it has a great message about the power of friendship!
The Hallo-wiener by Dav Pilkey
Recommended Age: 3 – 11
Have you ever lived through a bad Halloween costume? Then you will relate to this brave, brave, wiener dog! Not too scary for little ones, and very, very silly.
What are your favorite Fall Children’s Books?