interrupting this radio silence to share a few books to add to your child’s library this cozy autumn season but first, HAPPY AUTUMN dear ones!
with school back in session and structure back in order (praise hands) our library visits become more a part of our monthly routine. one thing i love do with the girls, especially kaia who is old enough to really engage in the seek and find process, is to look for books that read and resemble all about the season we’re living in. books of AUTUMN, in this case, tend to be full of beautiful bright orange and gold and red colored leaves and of animals preparing for hibernation and of pumpkins and jack o’lanterns and of apples and hot cider and of farmer’s preparing for the year’s last harvest. because autumn is the season of change each of these books resemble just that.
here is a list of autumn-like books we’re enjoying so far this season. we hope to add more to this list as the month goes on. but for now it’s a good start and has us settling into this ever so cozy season very nicely.
Peter Rabbit and the Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin Pumpkin by Jeanne Titherington
Too Many Pumpkins by Linda White
Pumpkin Baby by Jane Yolen
The Very Best Bed by Rebekah Raye
Pumpkins Heads by Wendell Minor
Johnny Appleseed, A Tale Retold and Illustrated by Steven Kellogg
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt by Kate Messner
Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper
Bear Hug by Katharine McEwen
Lonely Scarecrow by Tim Preston
Pumpkin Moonshine by Tasha Tudor
what are you reading to your littles this season? i would love to add our library and even to this list to share with all of you!
enjoy snuggling up this season, dears!
p.s. for the curious, the music playing in the background on our instagram story yesterday was ‘youth’ by daughter.