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Fall is is here in all its colorful glory! To celebrate the changing of this season, we have a few new book suggestions to snuggle up with and share. Also included is a list of books that you might be interested in reading during Fall Break. These books are contenders for the Newbury Book Award that will take place the beginning of 2018.

Picture Books

For Fall/Changing Seasons

  • Fall Leaves, Loretta Holland
  • In the Middle of Fall, Kevin Henkes
  • Full of Fall, April Pulley Sayer
  • Winter is Coming, Tony Johnson
  • Fall Mixed Up, Bob Raczka
  • Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn, Kenard Pak
  • Yellow Time, Lauren Stringer
  • Bella’s Fall Coat, Lynn Plourde

Chapter Books

  • The Warden’s Daughter, Jerry Spinelli
  • Flying Lessons & Other Stories, Ellen Oh
  • Clayton Byrd Goes Underground, Rita Williams Garcia
  • Beyond the Bright Sea, Lauren Wells
  • The Wish Tree, Katherine Appelgate
  • Tumble & Blue, Cassie Beasley
  • The Song From Somewhere Else, A.F. Harold
  • Joplin Wishing, Diane Stanley
  • Spudnik’s Guide to Life on Earth, Frank Cottrell Boyce
  • The Shadow Cipher, Laura Ruby
  • Ashes to Asheville, Sarah Dooley
  • Bronze and Sunflower, Cao Wenxuan
  • Hello Universe, Erin Kelly
  • The Unexpected Life of Oliver Cromwell Pitts, Avi
  • The Murder’s Ape, Jakob Wegelius

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