There’s no denying it, fall is here! The mornings are cooler, the leaves on the trees are beginning to turn and we find ourselves craving fires and warm cups of tea. There’s no better time to find a comfy couch and read a book. Here are a few of our favorite autumn reads….
For YA and Adult readers:
Leave Some for Seed by Tom Hennessey
With its beautiful cover and engaging storytelling, Leave Some for Seed is the perfect coffee table book for the season.
Mercy by Sarah L. Thomson
This award-winning YA Novel also appeals to adults. Mercy is inspired by a true New England story, so be forewarned: you may want to read this book in the daylight!
Lies in the Dust written by Jakob Krane and illustrated by Timothy Decker
This riveting graphic novel tells the story of a girl who writes a letter of remorse for sending 24 people to their death during the Salem Witch Trials. Kirkus Reviews calls the story, “haunting.”
A Little Brown Bat Story written by Melissa Kim and illustrated by Jada Fitch
In this beautifully illustrated board book, little ones learn about the evening habits of bats and the people who study them.
One Horse Farm by Dahlov Ipcar
This lesser known picture book by Maine artist Dahlov Ipcar takes young readers through the seasons of a farm, where autumn harvests and county fairs are highlights.