is a great book for young children to talk about the signs of Fall all around them. This book uses beautiful photographs.
is not entirely about Fall. Instead it is about big feelings and learning to manage them, which is very important for children to learn! Simple enough for toddlers, it can help start important conversations for children 6 and up.
is a really cute book with beautiful illustrations. Fletcher is a little fox who does not understand why his special tree is losing its leaves and tries to save them. It is a great book to help kids process that autumn is a natural phenomena and enables other beautiful things in wintertime.
is a great and simple book about the cycle of nature. The illustrations are simple, in a decoupage style.
is a gorgeous pop-up book about Fall. The illustrations come alive with the pop-ups and the interactive turn and pull features, which young children love. Great book to enjoy the beauty of autumn.
is a beautiful book with stunning illustrations and colors. It has a great rhythm and is full of information about Fall.
s a classic! Great book to read, then go on a walk, gather some Fall leaves, acorns and other nature treasures and make some leaf people.
is a fun rhyming story! It is structured like the famous we are going on a bear hunt book and is great for toddlers and young preschoolers.
is a good book to talk about the change in season, from Summer to Fall. It is the story of a young girl who takes a walk through the forest and town, greeting all the signs of the coming season. Fun for any age, plus the illustrations are simply stunning.
The title says it all! It is a non-fiction book about fall leaves. Full of information, it is best for children 4 and up.
is the story of a young girl who spends a fall day picking apples and searching for the perfect pumpkin. Very sweet book, starting at 2.