The air is a bit nippy and the leaves are changing colors and even the kids know that fall is here!
So cuddle up with your little ones and read all about pumpkins both educationally and just for fun before and after visiting the local pumpkin patch. It’s a great way for kids to learn about the season, gear up for Halloween, and enjoy time together snuggled with their parents under a blanket.
25 books to read to your kids this fall
Because Autumn is the perfect time to cuddle up with the kids and some good books, it is also the perfect time to also learn about the season and one predominant theme in the fall is pumpkin everything! Here are 25 great books to enjoy this season that are silly, educational, or just worth the time together as a family.
I have bolded the book titles that our family enjoys the most. We have two mini-book lovers in our house, so maybe their opinion will help you out if you don’t know where to even start! Don’t forget to write down some fo the title to check out at the library and then purchase anything that your kids adore to read over and over again.
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- Pumpkin Soup
- I Love You, Little Pumpkin!
- The Ugly Pumpkin
- Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins
- The Roll-Away Pumpkin
- Too Many Pumpkins
- Splat the Cat and the Pumpkin-Picking Plan
- Seed, Sprout, Pumpkin, Pie
- The Biggest Pumpkin Ever
- From Seed to Pumpkin
- The Pumpkin Book
- The Very Best Pumpkin
- Pumpkin Circle: The Story of a Garden
- The Biggest Halloween Pumpkin
- Henry’s Big Pumpkin
- It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
- You Are My Little Pumpkin Pie
- Pumpkin Patch Treasure
- The Princess and the Pumpkin: A Fairies Coloring Book
What’s your family’s favorite fall or pumpkin related children’s book?
Kara is the mother of 3 children living and working in Boston, MA. She hates to spend money and absolutely has to know that every penny is worth it before buying. Her educational focus both as a student and a teacher was research… she has put those skills to good use to make wise purchases.
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