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Fall really is such a gorgeous time of year. The colors, the temperatures (if you’re lucky!) and the clothes just bring out a hygge, comfortable feeling.
It’s never too early to start discussing the wonders of fall with your toddler!
One of our favorite ways to do this is through reading books. If you are lucky enough to live somewhere with beautiful fall weather, you can go on matching adventures. For example, you can read about finding different types of leaves… and then go on a leaf hunt!
Here are 10 of the best festive toddler books about fall:
Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
My number one favorite book for fall is Room on the Broom.
It’s funny, creative and wildly entertaining. We keep this book out year round in our book rotation because my toddler is OBSESSED. The witch goes on an adventure with her cat and makes more animal friends while searching for missing items in the storm. There’s even a dragon appearance and the witch and her friends have to figure out how to thwart him.
This really is a clever book and my number 1 recommendation. I really appreciate toddler friendly books that are entertaining for me, the adult, to read as well!
Going on a Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger
Another classic fall book for toddlers is Going on a Leaf Hunt.
This one teaches your toddler about the concepts of around, through, over, across, etc. It also walks through some typical types of leaves you may find if you venture out on a leaf hunt of your own!
I Love Fall by Alison Inches
I Love Fall is a fun, interactive book about this glorious season.
My toddler loves the touch and feel aspect as we read through this book together. It’s short and sweet and perfect for toddler attention spans!
Vampire Ballerina by Anne Marie Pace
A ballerina inspired Halloween book? Yes, please!
Discover the ins and outs of being a vampire ballerina in this cute Halloween book.
Zombelina by Kristyn Crow
A zombie ballerina conquering stage fright is the perfect Halloween book to add to your collection!
A frightfully good book with beautiful illustrations and rhyming flow. Is there anything better?
Christopher Pumpkin by Sue Hendra
Christopher Pumpkin is a charming story about a pumpkin who is a little different from the rest of the patch.
Even the cover of this book is ADORABLE. A must-have to read this spooky season!
Spooky Pooky by Sanda Boynton
Spooky Pookie is a fun-filled read about choosing a costume!
Sandra Boynton has a ton of amazing board books for toddlers and this one is no exception. Fun rhythms and charming characters make for entertaining reads for toddlers and parents alike.
The Scarecrow by Beth Ferry
The Scarecrow is a perfect fall book for toddlers all about friendship.
This book is the perfect addition to your fall library with its beautiful illustrations and lovely storyline.
Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rolinson
Fletcher and the Falling Leaves is the perfect book for discussing the change from fall towards winter.
This books features a cute fox who is concerned about the falling leaves from his favorite trees. Another beautiful picture book to add to your collection of fall books for toddlers.
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving by Charles M Schultz
Introduce your toddler to the wonders of Charlie Brown and Snoopy with this Thanksgiving themed book!
You can’t go wrong with a Charlie Brown story. Charlie Brown hosts Thanksgiving for the gang in this cute book.
Other fall books for toddlers worth considering:
- Hoot Howl Halloween (Interactive book with 10 spooky sounds!)
- The Spooky Wheels on the Bus
- Ten Timid Ghosts
- Apples and Pumpkins
- The Ugly Pumpkin
- The Itsy Bitsy Pumpkin
- Fall Mixed Up
We’ve walked through some festive fall reads to add to your home library this fall season! Reading helps develop vocabulary and imagination, and is a super important activity for toddlers. Cozy up together and enjoy!
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