Friday, 2 October 2015

Our Favourite Fall Books for Kids

Fall has quickly become my favourite season in the past few years. I'm totally down with the tall boots, cozy sweaters, warm apple cider, and visits to the pumpkin patch. Bring it on.

Since October just screams for all things spooky and snuggly, we're starting to grow quite the collection of fall and Halloween themed books. Here are our favourites!

My son has always had a passion for I Spy and Look and Find books. These are three in high-rotation around this time of year.


I Spy Spooky Night by Walter Wick

If you feel you've read Goodnight Moon a thousand times this week, Goodnight Goon is a funny alternative to check out.

My Pumpkin and Spooky, Spooky, Spooky are two board books that are excellent for your littlest readers.


Franklin, Little Critter, and anything by Robert Munch are classics, so you could try any of these:


Franklin's Halloween by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark
Boo! by Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko

And if your kid is like mine and thinks anyone getting in trouble is hilarious, Trick or Treat Marley will have them howling for sure!

You can also never go wrong with It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.

The latest addition to our Halloween library is the graphic novel, Plants vs. Zombies Volume 8: Lawn of Doom.  It's perfect if your reader is also a gamer as it is based off the popular video game Plants vs Zombies. Sebastian loves it!

What are your favourite Halloween or fall books?


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