If you are look for some fun-to read books about fall filled with lovely illustrations about apples, leaves, pumpkins, animals getting ready to hibernate, and more – you will love these Autumn books for children! We’ve compiled the best fall books for kids from toddlers and preschoolers to kindergartners and lower elementary age students!
Fall is a season of change. These autumn books for kids include seasonal topics like colorful changing leaves to harvesting apples and pumpkins. There are lots of fun things to celebrate in these fall books for preschoolers. These fall books for kids is full of fun, colorful pictures and captivating stories that celebrate all the best parts of the season. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love these fall stories for children of all ages, from toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten to lower elementary age students as well.
The Leaf Thief was written by Alice Hemming and illustrated by Nicola Slater. This cute book follows a little squirrel who loves to count the leaves on his tree. But when one goes missing, he decides to search for the thief with the help of his friend Bird.
Fletcher and the Falling Leaves was written by Julia Rawlinson and illustrated by Tiphanie Beeke. Fletcher the fox is worried when the leaves start falling off of his favorite tree. This is a sweet explanation of the changing seasons for little ones.
Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn was written and illustrated by Kenard Pak. This beautiful book uses descriptive language and colorful illustrations to celebrate the changing of the seasons and the different sights and sounds of summer and autumn.
Pete the Cat Falling for Autumn was written and illustrated by Kimberly and James Dean. Join the groovy cat as he explores all of the fun things to do in the fall. The text celebrates all the fun to be had in autumn while recognizing the difficulty some children have in accepting the changing of the season.
Spot’s Pumpkin Surprise was written by Eric Hill. Follow Spot the dog and his family as they plant a pumpkin seed and watch it grow. The cute illustrations and simple text make this a great book for little ones.
Pumpkin Day! was written by Candice Ransom and illustrated by Erika Meza. This early reader follows a young boy and his family as they visit a pumpkin patch to pick pumpkins. The rhyming text is paired with brightly colored illustrations.
It’s Pumpkin Day, Mouse! was written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. Join the beloved Mouse as he paints different faces on his pumpkins. This is a cute story for Fall, and it is a great conversation starter about emotions as well!
We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt was written by Steve Metzger and illustrated by Miki Sakamoto. Sing along with this twist on the popular children’s song as a group of friends embark on a leaf hunt. The peppy text is accompanied by cute illustrations that kids will love acting out.
Biscuit Visits the Pumpkin Patch was written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and illustrated by Pat Schories. This sweet board book follows Biscuit and friends as they head to the pumpkin patch and choose a pumpkin. The simple story and cute illustrations are perfect for young ones.
Why Do Leaves Change Color? was written by Betsy Maestro and illustrated by Loretta Krupinski. This nonfiction book uses easy to understand text and labeled diagrams and illustrations to introduce kids to leaves and the process they go through to change colors.
Biscuit and the Great Fall Day was written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and illustrated by Pat Schories. In this early reader, Biscuit picks apples, jumps in leaves, and does all kinds of other fun fall activities. The simple text is paired with adorable cartoon illustrations.
Apple Picking Day was written by Candice Ransom and illustrated by Erika Meza. This early reader joins a brother and sister as they take a trip to the apple orchard. The rhyming text and colorful illustrations celebrate all the fun of apple season.
Hello Autumn! was written by Shelley Rotner. This beautiful nonfiction book uses descriptive text to highlight the changes that come with the autumn season. Important words are highlighted in large, bold font, and the colorful photographs feature the beautiful colors of the fall season.
Curious George Apple Harvest was written by H.A. Rey. Join the beloved monkey as he finds a cider press on a farm and accidentally starts it. Will he be able to stop the machine and catch all the cider?
Leaf Man was written and illustrated by Lois Ehlert. In this creative book, a pile of leafs becomes a leaf man, blowing around on the autumn winds. The simple text is easy to read, and the illustrations use real leaves to create the leaf man.
How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? was written by Margaret McNamara and illustrated by G. Brian Karas. Join Mr. Tiffin and his class as they use estimation and counting skills to try to figure out how many seeds are in different pumpkins.
Hello, Fall! was written by Deborah Diesen and illustrated by Lucy Fleming. In this adorable book, a young girl and her grandfather take a walk and explore all the sights and sounds of the fall season.
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves! was written by Lucille Colandro and illustrated by Jared Lee. This fall spin on the classic children’s song follows the old lady as she swallows some leaves, a pumpkin, and more items that create something fun at the end of the story.
What Can You See in Fall? was written by Sian Smith. This easy reader uses very simple sentences, and large, clear photographs to introduce kids to the sights and symbols of the fall season.
Peppa Goes Apple Picking was written by Meredith Rusu and illustrated by EOne. Join Peppa Pig and her family as they head to an apple orchard to pick apples to make a delicious pie.
In the Middle of Fall was written by Kevin Henkes and illustrated by Laura Dronzek. This beautiful book uses poetic language and colorful illustrations to highlight the beauty of the fall season.
Fall Weather: Cooler Temperatures was written by Martha E.H. Rustad and illustrated by Amanda Enright. This nonfiction picture book explores the weather changes in the fall. The book also introduces young readers to nonfiction text features including a table of contents, a glossary and an index.
Picking Apples and Pumpkins was written by Amy Hutchings and photographed by Richard Hutchings. Follow a young girl named Kristy and her friends and family as they all head to the apple orchard to pick apples and pumpkins.
Sophie’s Squash was written by Pat Zietlow Miller and illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf. When a young girl named Sophie befriends the squash that she and her parents find at the farmer’s market, she learns what happens to plants and produce when fall changes to winter.
Peppa’s Windy Fall Day was written and illustrated by Scholastic. Join Peppa Pig and her family as they enjoy the fall weather and jump in the leaves together.
Apple Picking Time was written by Michele B. Slawson. This beautiful picture book follows a young girl named Anna as she and her family join their town’s fall apple harvest.
I Love Fall! was written by Alison Inches and illustrated by Hiroe Nakata. This adorable touch and feel book introduces young readers to the sights and textures of the fall season with simple rhyming text and colorful illustrations.
Leaves was written and illustrated by David Ezra Stein. In this sweet story, a bear starts to worry when the leaves start falling from the trees. He tries to reattach them, but eventually has to give up and settle in for the winter, awakening to a surprise in the spring.
Little Critter: The Fall Festival was written and illustrated by Mercer Mayer. This easy reader follows Little Critter and his family as they head to a Fall Festival full of hayrides, apple picking, and more fall fun.
The Berenstain Bears’ Harvest Festival was written and illustrated by Mike Berenstain. This addition to the Berenstain Bear series joins Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear as they join their friends at the Chapel in the Woods’ Harvest Festival and celebrate the autumn blessings.
It’s Fall! was written by Renee Kurilla. This sweet rhyming story celebrates all the joys of the fall season, from cozy clothes and jumping in leaves to fun holiday celebrations.
Amelia Bedelia’s First Apple Pie was written by Herman Parish and illustrated by Lynne Avril. Join a young Amelia Bedelia as she and her grandparents make an apple pie.
Fall Mixed Up was written by Robert Raczka and illustrated by Chad Cameron. This funny book celebrates the fall, with all kinds of silly mistakes in the words and the illustrations for young readers to find.
The Poky Little Puppy and the Pumpkin Patch was written by Diane Muldrow and illustrated by Sue DiCicco. In this sweet story, the poky little puppy and his friends have all kinds of fall themed fun on the farm.
Awesome Autumn was written and photographed by Bruce Goldstone. This nonfiction picture book uses simple text and bright photographs to share interesting facts about the fall season.
Hide and Seek, Nuts to Eat was written by Tracy Gold and illustrated by Nancy Leschnikoff. This colorful book explores the hoarding habits of squirrels as they prepare for winter.
Fancy Nancy and the Fall Foliage was written by Jane O’Connor and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser. Join Fancy Nancy as she celebrates the beautiful fall leaves as only she can – by creating something beautiful and fancy.
Strega Nona’s Harvest was written and illustrated by Tomie dePaola. Follow along with Strega Nona as she celebrates gardening and the harvest season.
Fall Leaves Fun was written by Martha E.H. Rustad and illustrated by Amanda Enright. This nonfiction book uses simple text and colorful illustrations to teach readers about how leaves grow and change.
Apple Farmer Annie was written and illustrated by Monica Wellington. This cute book uses very simple text and colorful illustrations to follow a farmer named Annie as she grows and harvests her apples.
Fall Pumpkins: Orange and Plump was written by Martha E.H. Rustad and illustrated by Amanda Enright. This brightly colored book teaches readers about the life cycle of pumpkins and how to grow and harvest them.
Applesauce Day was written by Lisa J. Amstutz and illustrated by Talitha Shipman. Join a young girl named Maria as she and her family pick apples and turn them into applesauce together.
We Gather Together: Celebrating the Harvest Season was written by Wendy Pfeffer and illustrated by Linda Bleck. This fact filled book explores the fall equinox and the harvest season, and how various cultures celebrate this important season.
Tractor Mac: Harvest Time was written by Billy Steers. This sweet story follows Tractor Mac and his tractor friend Small Fred as they work together to share the harvest chores.
Amara’s Farm was written by JaNay Brown-Wood and illustrated by Samara Hardy. In this cute book, Amara needs help finding the pumpkins on her farm. The text encourages the reader to compare and contrast the different harvest vegetables.
Fall Leaves was written by Loretta Holland and illustrated by Elly MacKay. The poetic text and beautiful illustrations in the book celebrate the sights of the fall and the beauty of the changing seasons.
I Like Pumpkins was written and illustrated by Jerry Smath. This rhyming story celebrates all different kinds of pumpkins with a little girl who loves pumpkins.
Little Boo was written by Stephen Wunderli and illustrated by Tim Zeltner. This adorable book introduces kids to the life cycle of pumpkins through the story of a little pumpkin seed who wants to grow big enough to scare people.
Leaf Jumpers was written by Carole Gerber and illustrated by Leslie Evans. This poetic book explores why leaves change colors, and celebrates all the beautiful types of leaves that change in the fall.
Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf was written and illustrated by Lois Ehlert. This colorful book uses watercolor collage and found items to illustrate a story about a maple tree.
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