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Children are made readers on the laps of their parents. — Emilie Buchwald

It’s fall! This is the perfect time to enjoy a fall book or two with your children. Curl up under a blanket inside or bring it outside to soak up the sun and enjoy the crisp weather before it turns into winter. Read about the leaves, apples, pumpkins, thanksgiving, and more.

Best Children's Books for Fall

I am sharing just a few fall books we enjoy. Go to Amazon to add the books to your collection or head to your library to check these out. Here are some of the best children’s books for fall:  

It’s Pumpkin Day, Mouse
This book will get your children ready to carve pumpkins! My girls loved to pick their favorite pumpkin expressions.

God Bless Our Fall
A sweet reminder of the many blessings of fall.

Pumpkin Pumpkin

Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf

Bear Says Thanks
Karma Wilson’s bear books are favorites in my home.  

Bear Has a Story to Tell
For the end of the fall season…

An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving
by Louisa May Alcott

The Berenstain Bears’ Harvest Festival

And a touch and feel book for the little ones.

What are your favorite children’s books for fall?

Pin this post for later! I have a few more fall books on hold at the library, so I may be adding more books to this list soon.

Best Children's Books for Fall

Are you looking for books specifically for babies? Head over to read my 10 Favorite Books for Babies. All 10 books have been read again and again in my home. They are our true favorites!

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17 comments on “Best Children’s Books for Fall”

  1. Love your introductory quote! I have it hanging on my kids’ wall. Encouraging a love of reading in my kids is super important to me. There are so many amazing benefits to reading, so I love whenever I find posts that foster that in others. These are great suggestions!

    • Yes. I just came across the quote about a year ago and loved it right away! It’s how I was raised and I intend to do the same with my children. :)

  2. Cute list of books. I love buying my little one books. Why, I have a couple hiding to give to her on Halloween. I was always a book buyer, not a toy buyer! I hope you will share this list with us over at The Crafty Corner link party. :)

  3. I LOVE the bear books by Karma Wilson! Charming. I haven’t read a lot of these, so I’ll have to go searching at the library. One of my favorites is a quirky little story called The Ugly Pumpkin. It’s a twist on the ugly duckling.

  4. Great book recommendations. I always think it is so good for parents to read to their children and for children to have books in their hands!

  5. Great list of fall books. I added it to my Kidlit board on pinterest. My kids just loved touch and feel books when they were young. Tap the Magic tree is also a great picture book to check out. I’m visiting today from #smallvictorieslinkup.

  6. I’m so much happier to see this inclusive list of books for fall, instead of Halloween. We definitely need to check out some of these books and share with the boys! :)

  7. I love raising little bookworms, these are great for fall. I don’t think we’ve read any of these yet! Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup and I hope you link up with our Pretty Pinterest Party too starting tomorrow. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you found some great posts to visit this week!

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