Author
Jordan, Apple
Call Number
J E DISNEY
Summary
Six Disney princesses enjoy Halloween activities in separate, easy-to-read vignettes.
Author
Eastman, P.D.
Call Number
J E EASTMAN
Summary
Aaron the alligator cannot seem to do anything right, whether it be playing hide-and-seek, picking apples, or playing football.
Author
Kenah, Katharine
Call Number
J E KENAH
Summary
Triplets Ana, Bella, and Carlos race to rake the fastest, best, and biggest leaf pile ever, but they get so caught up in their task that they lose their pet cat, Boo.
Author
Pearlman, Bobby
Call Number
J E PEARLMAN
Summary
The leaves are falling. The air is cold, and Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy are having a party! Join the dolls for a fun first day of fall.
Author
Rusu, Meredith
Call Number
J E PEPPA
Summary
Peppa Pig's playgroup is having a pumpkin contest, but the pumpkin that Grandpa Pig helped Peppa grow in his greenhouse is so big they can't even move it! Will Peppa and her pumpkin make it to the contest in time?
Author
Peril, Erica S.
Call Number
J E PERIL
Summary
Arnold wants to celebrate the start of the cozy autumn season indoors. Louise does not. How can they celebrate fell if they're not celebrating together?
Author
Rusu, Meredith
Call Number
J E RUSU
Summary
Ashlyn's fall fiesta is going perfectly, until the wind comes and ruins everything! Can the other WellieWishers help Ashlyn have fun at the party, even when things don't go as planned?
Author
Willson, Sarah
Call Number
J E WILLSON
Summary
Oswald and Weenie try to convince Henry to have fun in the falling autumn leaves, instead of trying to clean them up.
Author
Bright, Rachel
Call Number
J P BRIGHT
Summary
Told in rhyming text Cyril and Bruce, two squirrels, are each determined to get the last pinecone of autumn; but when they fall into the river, they learn that sometimes it is essential to work together--and, in any case, a bird got the floating pinecone.
Author
Casanova, Mary
Call Number
J P CASANOVA
Summary
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text show how, throughout autumn, forest animals prepare for winter as shadows lengthen, the ground freezes, and northern lights begin to appear.
Author
Chernesky, Felicia S.
Call Number
J P CHERNESKY
Summary
Grab the wagon, it's a bright autumn day and the trees are full of ripe, red apples! There's an apple festival underway at the farm and lots of work to do making cider. This visit finishes with a cider doughnut and a cup of freshly pressed cider. DELICIOUS! Told in crisp, action-driven rhymes from a young child's point of view, From Apple Tress to Cider, Please! is a realistic account of how apple cider is pressed, flavored with the charm and vigor of a harvest celebration.
Author
Cocca-Leffler, Maryann
Call Number
J P COCCA-LEFFLER
Summary
Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate autumn, with its falling leaves, crisp mornings, and gusty breezes.
Author
Stringer, Lauren
Call Number
J P Colors STRINGER
Summary
A lyrical ode to that magical time in autumn when the leaves turn yellow.
Author
Curato, Mike
Call Number
J P CURATO
Summary
Elliot the little elephant and his best friend, Mouse, play hide-and-seek during an autumn vacation in the countryside.
Author
Diesen, Deborah
Call Number
J P DIESEN
Summary
A grandparent and child recall the beautiful and wonderful sights and sounds of a fall day spent together.
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