5+1 Autumn children’s books
Why Do Leaves Change Color?
By Betsy Maestro and Loretta Krupinski
This book explains what happen with the leaves in autumn as they change colors and then falling off from the tree. Krupinski’s colored pencil illustrations show two children playing in a rural landscape that changes with the weather. In this book, you can also find very detailed pictures of leaves in different sizes, shapes, and colors. The book includes instructions for leaf rubbing and pressing leaves.
A charming story of a young bear’s first autumn. Bear is wonderment when the leaves start falling off the trees. He tries to put the leaves back on without any success. The little bear gets very sleepy and burrows into the fallen leaves for hibernating himself through winter. When he wakes up, it’s spring, and brand-new leaves are on the trees, seeming to welcome him.
With this childlike main character, this book is an excellent way to teach your kids about the changing seasons.
This story is about a boy’s relationship with his apple tree. Arnold is collecting apple blossoms in spring, building a tree house in the summer time, making apple pie and cider in the fall season, and hanging garlands of popcorn for the birds in the winter months. The book also includes a recipe for apple pie and a description of how an apple cider press works.
This is short, but a nice fall themed touch and feel book with beautiful illustrations and fun rhymes. I am sure your little ones will love it when you read this over and over again even if is not fall.
By Maria Fleming
This book has information about different types of leaves and what happens to them. The book has beautiful authentic pictures, and the fact bubbles what I liked. I think this is a great book for parents/teachers/nannies to read for your children for help them learn more about leaves. It is also suitable for 8-10 years old readers to read on their own.
By Bruce Goldstone
Fall is awesome! Leaves are changing color. Animals migrant south or hibernate themselves until spring. People harvest crops and wearing scary costumes for Halloween night. In this season is the time for Thanksgiving foods to eat, leaf piles to jump in. Lost of the amazing things to do even when the air turns crisp and cold.
With colorful photographs, lively explanations, and classic craft ideas, Bruce Goldstone has created a festive and fascinating exploration of autumn’s awesomeness.
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