Classic Children's Books for Fall

Classic Children’s Books for Fall

Classic Children's Books

fall books

I like to display seasonal children’s books in my den and throughout my house. I find that it makes picking up a book and reading with my children easier and more natural. So today I’ve pulled together my favorite classic children’s picture books about fall.

If you go to go a chain bookstore you’ll notice the center seasonal table is often filled with new books, including many, what I call, “filler” books. Nothing particularly wrong with these but I don’t want my children to miss some of the sweet classic books, including the really good stories that have stood the test of a bit of time. Many of these fall books have beautiful illustrations about this glorious season that you can discuss and enjoy with your little ones.

Many of these I’ve shared before but the Ten Red Apples book is a new favorite with our two year old. It was included in our Twig and Olive Box but I plan to pull it out every fall.

Autumn Story by Jill Barklem
Sweet illustrations in this series (a book for every season.)
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County Fair by Laura Ingalls Wilder
Perfect as you get ready to take your children to the fair!
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Bonny's Big Day by James Herriot
Another book about the fair and perfect for horse lovers!
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Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall
Exquisite illustrations and reminder of the hard work of pioneer life.
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Now It's Fall by Lois Lenski
Lois Lenski is a favorite!
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Autumnblings by Douglas Florian
Fun poetry book!
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Pumpkin Moonshine by Tasha Tudor
It's not about the adult beverage!
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Autumn by Gerda Muller
No words but fun board book of illustrations for little ones.
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Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins
New favorite of our two year old!
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Freddy Plays Football by Walter R. Brooks
Cute chapter series for football fans!
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Corgiville Fair by Tasha Tudor
Darling picture book!
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A Tree Is Nice by Janice May Udry
Fall is about rolling in leaf piles!
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Whether you take this list to the bookstore, library or to order on Amazon, I hope you find a special book to read this season and make sure to remember this list for any fall birthdays you have coming up!

Lee
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