Fall Reads

Fall is fast upon us and we have some fabulous fall children’s books to help you enjoy! Come check out some of these wonderful fall reads!

Old Lady who Swallowed Some Leaves There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves
by Lucille Colandro


The old lady is now swallowing fall things such as leaves and pumpkins.

Too Many Pumpkins Too Many Pumpkins
by Linda White


Rebecca Estelle, an old woman who has hated pumpkins ever since she was a girl and her family had nothing else to eat, finds herself with a full crop of them.

The Little Yellow Leaf Room on the Broom
by Carin Berger


A yellow leaf is not ready to fall from the tree when autumn comes, but finally, after finding another leaf still on the tree, the two let go together.

Fall Mixed Up Fall Mixed Up
by Bob Raczka


The delights of autumn are described in mixed-up verse and illustrations, and the reader is challenged to uncover the errors.

Run Turkey Run Run Turkey Run
by Diana Mayr


The day before Thanksgiving, Turkey tries to disguise himself as other animals in order to avoid being caught by the farmer.

Big Pumpkin Big Pumpkin
by Erica Silverman


A witch trying to pick a big pumpkin on Halloween discovers the value of cooperation when she gets help from a series of monsters.

The Busy Little Squirrel The Busy Little Squirrel
by Nancy Tafuri


Squirrel is too busy getting ready for winter to nibble a pumpkin with Mouse, run in the field with Dog, or otherwise play with any of the other animals.

Come Fall Come Fall
by A.C.E. Bauer


Drawn together by a mentoring program and an unusual crow, middle school misfits Salman, Lu, and Blos form a strong friendship despite teasing by fellow students and the maneuverings of fairies Oberon, Titania, and Puck.

Nancy Handy
Head of Youth Services

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