Our Top 5 Story Books For Pre-Schoolers This Autumn

Lots of parents of young children will be looking for some stories about Autumn. Why not head to your local library and check out some of the lovely autumnal stories?

We’ve packed up all our books about summer and put together this list of our top 5 favorite story books all about autumn. Have you read them all? What are some of your favourites?

Books For Autumn

1. Autumn by Ailie Busby.

This is a lovely board book that teachers toddlers all about Autumn answer the changes this season brings including new the sensations, nosies and tastes.

2. Leaf Man by Lois Ehlet.

A beautiful book, idea for all ages. A man made of leaves blows away! Children will love trying to make their very own leave man when out and about. What do you think of our leaf man?

3. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson.

Perfect for any season and a firm family favourite in our house, but we especially love reading The Gruffalo in Autumn. As it gets darker outside and the leaves start to fall, we love to cuddle up and read this story about The Gruffalo in the woods.

4. Guess How Much We Love You In The Autumn by Sam McBratney.

We love the classic Guess How Much We Love You books. This Autumnal tale is seasonally themed and illustrated beautifully. Definitely a family favourite.

5. A Stroll Through The Seasons by Kay Barnham.

This lovely children’s book takes you through the seasons as we follow the wonderful changes from the dazzling summer sunshine to the vibrant autumn leaves.

I’d love to know some of your favourite story books to read during the autumn and winter months! Comments below or let me know via our social media pages.

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