Happy first day of the fall season! Fall is one of our favorite seasons because it’s filled with fun adventures found both in books and our own backyards. Orange-hued leaves tumbling in the wind, nights snuggled up with a great book and apple cider, and our all-time favorite activity of visiting the pumpkin patch are just a few things that we look forward to in this season.
Here’s what’s on our reading list this week to celebrate this wonderful season:
Welcome Fall by Jill Ackerman
This fall-themed book highlights a child’s first encounter with one of the most colorful seasons: fall! Bold, simple illustrations and textures show what a child first sees, hears, touches, and feels. And no matter how windy it may be outside, this child ends up safe and snug in their parent’s arms.
Fall Leaves: Colorful and Crunchy by Martha E. H. Rustad
The Fall’s Here! series, part of the Cloverleaf Books™ collection follows a leaf as it grows, changes color, and falls to the ground. This nonfiction picture book features kid-friendly text and illustrations that will make learning more about this season fun and engaging!
How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? by Margaret McNamara
Mr. Tiffin and his students explore skip counting and estimation in a fun pumpkin-themed classroom experiment! This book makes a wonderful read-aloud companion to any math or science curriculum, and it’s a fun way to reinforce counting skills at home.
Fall Harvests: Bringing in Food by Martha E. H. Rustad
Did you know that fall is the season of harvest? Fall is a wonderful time to celebrate the fruits of your labor throughout the spring and summer months and this children’s book does an amazing job illustrating the unique celebration of a hearty harvest.
I See Fall by Charles Ghigna
Experience the many joys of fall – from pumpkins and leaves to apples and Halloween. Cuddle up next to your young reader and enjoy this fun book.
Apple Countdown by Joan Holub
A group of multicultural students enjoy all that the apple farm has to offer, from counting the cows and ducks to picking different varieties of apples. The endpapers of this cheerful book are filled with apple facts. It is a perfect way to teach your young reader grouping and simple addition – and they will even learn a few facts about apples along the way!
SUBSCRIBE TO BLOG
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.