I know it’s not technically fall yet but it’s in the air. I’ve written a few blog posts about our favorite fall books so I thought I would share them again.
There is something about cool, crisp mornings and the changing colors outside that make me want to curl up on the couch with my kids, a blanket, and a good book.
Last year, I shared some of our favorite fall books for young and older readers and many of you left comments sharing favorites of your own. It was so fun to buy more great books based on your recommendations, I thought maybe we could do it again.
So today, I am sharing a few more of our favorite fall books.
The Pumpkin Patch Parable is a cute little book depicting Jesus as the farmer and us as pumpkins. He scrapes out our bad and covers us with His grace so we can shine the light of Jesus in this dark world.
The Lonely Scarecrow teaches a lesson in not looking at the outside appearance of a person. We are more than how we look. It is a heartwarming story about our need for friendship.
Cranberry Thanksgiving is a book about holiday traditions and heirlooms passed down from generation to generation. This book has a recipe on the back that the kids and I will be making for years to come.
Winter Is Coming is a charming little book that was recommended by a friend on Instagram, Jen Pepito (thanks Jen!). It is a story of a little girl respectfully watching the animals prepare for winter.
Squanto and the Miracle of Thanksgiving is the story of Squanto. It shows how God has a plan for our lives and how He can bring good from the bad things that happen to us.
Too Many Pumpkins is a darling story about a woman who learns to love pumpkins as they surround her with the blessing of community.
The Complete Brambley Hedge is one of our favorite books that tells a story for every season.
And even though my basket is overflowing with fall books, I would love for you to share some of your favorites.