9 Picture Books to Read This Fall

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Picture Books for Fall

Picture Books for Fall

Fall is in full swing with the leaves changing color, crisp morning air, and kids dressed in costumes 24/7. Like many people, I love autumn and everything that comes with it. If you’re looking for some great picture books for fall, check out these titles. You’re sure to find a few that you adore. Happy reading!


Fall Mixed UpFall Mixed Up by Bob Raczka, illustrated by Chad Cameron

Things are all mixed up in this adorable picture book. Kids love finding all the mistakes in the words and pictures! This book is pure fun and you won’t be able to help but love it.

Amazon | Goodreads






Duck and Goose Find a PumpkinDuck and Goose Find a Pumpkin by Tad Hills

These two little birds are quickly becoming a favorite of parents and kids alike. In this board book, Duck and Goose go looking for a pumpkin, but they can’t find one in a leaf pile, up in an apple tree, or on top of a stump. Finally, a friend suggests they look in the pumpkin patch.

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Sophie's SquashSophie’s Squash by Pat Zietlow Miller, illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf

Sophie adopts a squash at the farmer’s market and takes it home. She rocks it, gives it a bottle, and puts it to bed. Her parents worry that she is getting too attached to the squash. This adorable book is about a young girl and her determination to care for her best friend.

Amazon | Goodreads





Strega Nona's HarvestStrega Nona’s Harvest by Tomie dePaola

When vegetables keep showing up on Strega Nona’s doorstep, she doesn’t know what to do with it all. So she decides to share her bounty with the town and holds a big feast for her neighbors. This sweet book is about kindness, hard work, and generosity.

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Skeleton Meets the MummySkeleton Meets the Mummy by Steve Metzger, illustrated by Aaron Zenz

When Derek sets off through the woods to visit his grandmother, he notices something — or someone! — following him. This book is perfect for Halloween and kids that like a little fright.

Amazon | Goodreads | My Review





Little Goblins TenLittle Goblins Ten by Pamela Jane, illustrated by Jane Manning

If your child likes monsters, they will love adding up all the ones in this book. The rhyming text is fun to read out loud and is a (not very) spooky way to learn to count.

Amazon | Goodreads | My Review





Apple Trees to Cider PleaseFrom Apple Trees to Cider Please! by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky, illustrated by Julia Patton

Learn how cider is made in this educational and fun picture book. A young child visits a farm for a harvest celebration and gets to pick and press apples into cider.

Amazon | Goodreads



Little TreeLittle Tree by Loren Long

From the author-illustrator of the Otis series and The Little Engine That Could comes this new book about a little tree desperately clinging to its leaves. It’s a beautiful story that encourages us to reach our full potential.

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The WhisperThe Whisper by Pamela Zagarenski

When the words fall out of a special book, a little girl makes up her own story. This beautifully illustrated book is a celebration of storytelling and imagination.

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There are many more great picture books for fall out there. What are your favorites?



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