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Six Books to Make Your Autumn More Fun

Melissa Bastow

The time of colorful leaves and pumpkin spice everything is upon us.  Some people adore the autumn time, and some need a little help appreciating it's charms.  Either way, here are six books that will help make it more fun for you and the kids.


Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn by Kenard Pak is a cute little picture book about the changing seasons.  A young girl takes a walk outside saying hello to everything around her, welcoming the end of summer and the beginning of autumn.
Autumn Garden Colouring Book by De-Ann Black is perfect for those days that you want to stay inside and appreciate nature.  The wonderful details are great for older kids and adults to color, but little kids can enjoy this too (as long as no one cares about things like staying in the lines).
Awesome Autumn by Bruce Coldstone is packed full of fun information about autumn.  It's perfect for younger school aged kids, especially those that like books filled with short facts instead of stories.
Autumn Visitors by Karel Hayes is part of a series where a family of bears sneaks around behind a family of humans enjoy all that autumn has to offer.  The bears manage to enjoy the season as much as the family without ever being caught.  This is a fun one for little kids, with cute pictures and a silly story.
Autumn in a Jiffy by Gooseberry Patch is a great little cookbook with over 200 recipes that are quick and easy to make and will put your whole family in an autumn-y mood.  The recipes are mom approved on time and ingredients, and this will really help everyone get their fill of pumpkin pie spice.
Whispers in Autumn by Trisha Leigh is the first book in a series of teen distopian books about aliens and brain washing and the future and people who are different.  I always enjoy a good dystopian novel (teen or adult) and one based in the season?  Why not?!  


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