Happy first day of fall! And happy Friday! I thought I’d share a few of our favorite fall books that we’ve just pulled out of storage. This stack of books is sitting in a small box at the base of Emmett’s bookshelf and we work our way through at least once a day. I love having special books for specific seasons and being able to pull them out of storage and have them feel new, yet familiar.
Apples and Pumpkins by Anne Rockwell. Super cute illustrations and a fun peek at the season.
Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson. A charming story about a sweet little fox who tries to save a tree.
Leaves by David Ezra Stein. A sweet, simple story about hibernation.
Fall by Roger Priddy. Great textures and photos.
Let it Fall by Maryann Cocca-Leffler. Cute kiddos enjoying the season.
Autumn by Gerda Muller. This is one of Emmett’s very favorites. There’s no words, but he loves talking about what’s going on in the beautiful illustrations.
Wonderfall by Michael Hall. This is his other favorite. It’s got cool, modern illustrations and is a fun play on words.
Hibernation Station by Michelle Meadows. We snagged this one at Goodwill last week, and even though it’s covered in craft paint, it’s a cool story about train that picks up all the animals who hibernate during the winter.
We’ll wait a couple weeks still to break out the Halloween books, but are seriously enjoying these (and a few small pumpkins!) until then. Happy Autumn everyone! It’s kind of become my favorite time of year.