Nature Book List: September (Fall and the Autumn Equinox)

Nature Book List-September

Happy September! At the beginning of each month I will put together a book list related to learning about nature that will be influenced by the season and natural wonders that occur during that month. This month will feature books related to the fall and the autumn equinox. The books make great reads both in the classroom and at home. If you’re teaching a theme related to the fall season, I suggest you check these out. The stories are both entertaining and informative, and the illustrations showcase beautiful representations of all that nature has to offer in autumn. I hope you find the resources useful. Check them out from your local library, or click on the picture below the title to follow a link for purchase.

We Gather Together: Celebrating the Harvest Season by Wendy Pfeffer

The Autumn Equinox: Celebrating the Harvest by Ellen Jackson

By the Light of the Harvest Moon, by Harriet Ziefert

Autumn is Here!, by Heidi Pross Gray

It’s Fall, by Linda Glaser

Counting on Fall, by Lizann Flatt

Fall Weather: Cooler Temperatures, by Martha E. H. Rustad

We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt, by Steve Metzger

Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf, by Lois Ehlert

The Season’s of Arnold’s Apple Tree, by Gail Gibbons

{Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. This means, I receive a small commission when a product is purchased through these links, at no additional charge to you, the purchaser. The commission helps support my blogging and helps keep children engaged with nature!}


One thought on “Nature Book List: September (Fall and the Autumn Equinox)

  1. Pingback: Celebrating the Autumn Equinox | Backyard Learning

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