Amelia Bedelia is sure she will love everything about autumn.
The colorful trees
Jumping in the leaves
Apples, apples, apples
Warm apple pie
Fun family projects
Amelia Bedelia can't wait. What could be better? Autumn! Hooray for apples and fall!
Angel Cat Sugar doesn't want summer to end, so she and her friends decide to spend the day doing all their favorite summer things. They go to the lake to go for a swim but it's too cold. But there are big piles of leaves to jump in instead! The strawberry fields have no more strawberries.
Its hard when summer ends, but the hearty season that follows overflows with holidays, sports, and fun. In this companion to Spring Things, author Bob Raczka and illustrator Judy Stead pay tribute to fall with invigorating rhyming verse and vibrant paintings.
Ruh Roh! Scooby and his friends are stuck indoors because of a spooky storm. Scooby and Shaggy head to the video store, which is haunted. They try to run away, but they're chased by ghosts and a monster. It looks as if the gang has a mystery to solve.
Apples are my favorite snack —
All juicy, red, and round.
I love how every tasty bite
Comes with a crunchy sound.
Sparse rhyming text details a child's impressions of a trip to go apple-picking, from the morning flapjacks to the last juicy bite of apple.
The fall equinox signals the time of year when we gather our harvests and give thanks for their bounty. With accessible, lyrical prose and vibrant illustrations, this nonfiction picture book explains the science behind autumn and the social history of harvest-time celebrations.