Seven Great Books to help kids get ready for Fall!

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There are quite a few great kids’ books and book series out there.  And with the upcoming months of fall and all the holidays that go with them, most of the series have a few selections for you.  This list is not even close to exhaustive and if you enjoy it I may put some more up, but here are a few, that might be a good fit for any of y’all out there with younger kiddos.


The Berenstein Bears

This may be our girls favorite series of all time.  It would certainly be hard for me to say too much good about the series.  And though I am not familiar with the Harvest Festival book, we have the Prize Pumpkin and read it multiple times last year.  This series overall is just a quality, character based series which still does a phenomenal job of teaching a moral with each story.  If you haven’t ever picked up a book in the series now is a great time to start.  They also have some Halloween books if I can squeeze a post in about them sometime coming up.


Fancy Nancy and the Fall Foliage

Fancy Nancy is another fav of our girls.  Which makes sense … since they’re girls.   The Fall Foliage is a fun read about most things fallish, not just the pile of leaves on the cover.  If you have little girls and haven’t tried this series out, this would be a good book to start with.


Ladybug Girl and the Dress-up Delimma

Although not my favorite of the books my girls pick, it was fun, and it had lots of pumpkins and corn and fall things in it, so that made it better in my book.  Don’t know much else about the series, but I can recommend this book to you.


The last three books are some that I have not read but that have been recommended multiple times.  If you have read them I would be interested to see what you think about them.  I can vouch for the Little Critter series all day long though.  Mercer Mayer created a fantastic world in both the pictures and his understanding of life with small children.  I would very much recommend the series.  And you can’t have a fall book list without something about the pilgrims in it.  Although my favorite fall pilgrim visit is always with Charlie Brown, these books have been recommended often.  Let me know what y’all think and any books y’all would add to the list!?






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