Children’s Bedtime Reads for Fall

Autumn is an exciting time for a child. The wind is picking up, trees are painted in warm hues, and pumpkins, apples, and scarecrows abound. The school session is in full swing, and the holidays are around the corner. As night falls earlier and earlier, perhaps there is time for an extra bedtime story. In celebration of this season of brisk anticipation and home comforts, here are some titles to enjoy with the children in your life. “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything,” by Linda Williams, illustrated by Megan Lloyd, tells the tale of a spunky lady who doesn’t let fear get in her way, even when she encounters two shoes walking by themselves in the woods at night or a scary pumpkin face yelling “Boo!” at her. This enjoyable story builds and builds as the lady travels home in the dark, encountering noisy, animated objects—a …

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