Great Children's Books Autumn

Ten Great Children’s Books Autumn and beyond. Fall Page Turners.

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Great Children’s Books Autumn

Ten great children’s books autumn and beyond. As the days get shorter and the nights get cooler, what better time to cozy up by the fireplace with your children or grandchildren and read a book from Oma’s library. The following list of recommended children books for fall and autumn include several about Thanksgiving. Not only do they tell the story of this important American holiday, these beautifully illustrated books also explain the importance of giving thanks and appreciating the blessings we have. Included in this list of great children’s books for autumn, as well, are some lovable classics and some new favorites the whole family will enjoy.

So, look through some of the recipes on TheOmaWay.com and bake something sweet to go with your coffee or tea—and, of course, hot cocoa for the kids. It’s story time! One of the most memorable and cherished moments you can spend with your little ones while reading one of the great children’s books autumn and beyond.

Always thankful and always yours,

Oma

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(Some available in German!)

10 Great Children’s Books Autumn and beyond

1. Thanksgiving on Thursday by Mary Pope Osborne

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2. The First Thanksgiving by Linda Hayward

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3. The Very First Americans by Cara Ashrose

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4. The Mayflower and the Pilgrims’ New World by Nathaniel Philbrick

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5. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by William Joice

Die fliegenden Buecher des Mr. Morris Lessmore

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6. Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

Wo die wilden Kerle wohnen

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7. Johnny the Clockmaker by Edward Ardizzone

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8. Guess how much I love you? by Sam McBratney

Weiβt Du eigentlich, wie lieb ich Dich hab?

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9. What do you do with an idea? by Kobi Yamada

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10. Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin

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