Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Cooler weather, leaves changing color, pumpkins, outdoor activities – I love it all. When teaching this season to my students, I love using books to help my students “experience” the fall weather. Here are my favorite 12 fall books. Are you looking for more fall ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here.
This playful and whimsical book celebrates the natural world as leaf man floats through it on the wind.
Join a young boy as he describes what happens to plants, animals, and people in the fall.
Join a group of friends having fun on a leaf finding adventure.
It’s not easy being a tree! Follow a tree on its journey through changing colors, dealing with squirrels, and kids building forts…
Fletcher worries about his favorite tree as the leaves begin to fall.
The leaves are turning, apples are being picked, and there are hay rides at the fair. It’s fall!
Experience the peacefulness of nature and the serenity of a scarecrow’s existence as he stands and watches over the countryside.
Our favorite old lady is back, and she’s at it again! This time she’s swallowing leaves, a pumpkin…can you guess what it’ll be?
Geese hibernate in September? Fall is all mixed up in this delightfully silly book.
He’s not ready to leave the tree. Join little yellow leaf as he experiences fear of a leap into the unknown.
Little scarecrow boy wants to join his father and scare crows in the field, but first he has to practice his scary faces.
A charming book about a young bear’s first fall.
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