KidLit Arts and Crafts for the Fall Season!

• Fall is Here •
It’s the season for Apple & Pumpkin Picking and Vibrant Fall Colors
Celebrate READING and MAKING Fall themed Crafts!

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Amazon.com: Hello, Fall!: A Picture Book: 9780374307547: Diesen, Deborah, Fleming, Lucy: Books

About the Book

From New York Times–bestselling author Deborah Diesen and illustrator Lucy Fleming, Hello, Fall! is a touching story of the autumn season.

Fall is here! Colorful leaves whisper to each other. Geese honk as they flock across the sky. Pumpkins listen patiently from their patch. The season announces itself in all sorts of ways—if you stop to say hello! A grandfather and his granddaughter welcome fall in this sweet, whimsical story about finding beauty and wonder in every moment.

MAKE Leaf Paintings from Minne Mama

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The Leaf Thief: (The Perfect Fall Book for Children and Toddlers): Hemming, Alice, Slater, Nicola: 0760789305887: Amazon.com: Books

About the Book

Perfect for fans of Fletcher and the Falling LeavesThe Leaf Thief is a funny picture book that teaches kids about autumn, adapting to change, and the seasons.

Squirrel loves counting the leaves on his tree—red leaves, gold leaves, orange, and more. But hold on! One of his leaves is missing! On a quest to find the missing leaf, Squirrel teams up with his good friend Bird to discover who the leaf thief could be among their forest friends.

With vibrant art and captivating characters, the magic of autumn is captured beautifully on each page as readers tag along Squirrel’s forest adventure. Is there truly a leaf thief afoot, or is something else going on in Squirrel’s forest? A perfect exploration of change—both seasonal, and the anxiety that change sometimes causes. Bonus material explaining about the changing of the seasons. Poised to be a new fall classic.

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Amara's Farm – Peachtree Publishing Company Inc.

About the Book

A young girl searches for pumpkins on her farm in this joyful celebration of cool-weather fruits and vegetables. From the new Where in the Garden? series.

Amara is hosting a potluck for friends on her farm, and her snacks won’t be complete without pumpkins. She’s searched and searched, but she’s grown so many plants that she needs help finding them. What do we know about pumpkins? They’re large, round, and orange―and, wait a minute, is that a pumpkin? No, that’s an apple. Where, oh, where could those pumpkins be?

MAKE a Tissue Paper Pumpkin Craft 

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Arty Crafty Kids - Tissue Paper Pumpkin Craft for kids. A sweet Autumn or Halloween craft that's great for developing fine motor skills! #pumpkin #preschool #preschoolcraft #easykidscraft #craftsforkids #finemotor

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Amazon.com: Baking Apples (Plant Life Cycles (Pull Ahead Readers ― Fiction)): 9781728403052: Gates, Margo, Crowther, Jeff: Books

About the Book

In this charmingly illustrated story, a father and his daughter use fresh-picked apples to bake a delicious apple tart.

MAKE an Apple Tart from Parent.co




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Better Together! by Amy Robach, Andrew Shue: 9780593205693 | PenguinRandomHouse.com: Books

About the Book

From Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach and her husband, actor Andrew Shue comes a sweet tale about finding common ground and accepting and appreciating each others’ differences.

When a big thunderstorm shakes their woodland home, the Squirrelly family must flee their nest for a hollow in an oak tree. To their surprise, the McMunk family had the exact same idea. This family of squirrels and a family of chipmunks must find ways to live together–which isn’t always easy since they come from different backgrounds. But after some important lessons in compromise, the Squirrellys and the McMunks realize that life is better together as the McSquirrelies.

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How to Grow an Apple Pie: Charles, Beth, Rewse, Katie: 9780807504017: Amazon.com: Books

About the Book

It’s easy to make an apple pie, but what does it take to make the apples? Sophie is about to find out! First, the apple trees need to be about six years old—just like Sophie. Next, they need to be pruned, and the bees have to pollinate their blossoms! After that, the tiny apples grow through the summer until they’re ready to pick in the fall. Finally, it’s time for Sophie to make the perfect pie!

MAKE an Apple Pie Paper Plate Craft

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MEGAN CAHILL-ASSENZA – is from Northport, NY, and a recent Children’s Literature Fellow from Stony Brook University. A writer, filmmaker, and animal lover, Megan is pursuing a career in children’s literature. She currently works in the Academic Tutoring Center at Suffolk County Community College.
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