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Falling into Autumn Storytime, Episode 14 of the Storytime Seedlings Podcast



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The leaves are falling, the air is chilly, the days are shorter--its Autumn. What better way to celebrate Falling into Autumn, then with storytime - books, songs, stories, pre-literacy tips, and a PODCAST? 
 

 
For a handy print-out for of fingerplays, etc in Episode 14 - Click here 
 

Picture Books for Fall


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In the Middle of Fall by Keven Henkes

 

Everything is yellow, red, orange. Everything is chilly, frisky, gusty. Everything is changing, turning. It's the middle of Fall. Can you see it? Can you taste it? Can you smell it? Can you imagine it?


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Fall with Lily and Milo by Pauline Oud

Fall is here! Lily and Milo go exploring in the woods. They see a hedgehog, nuts, apples, mushrooms, and lots of colored leaves. The woods are so pretty in fall! Milo wants to take everything home.



 

Wonderfall by Michael Hall

Follows the story of a single tree through the changing of the seasons from fall to winter, as people, animals, and vehicles pass in front of the tree, celebrating holidays, playing in the leaves, and building nests.

  

Early Literacy Tip

Changing Seasons, Changing Weather

          Talk with your child about how the weather changes from fall to winter. 
Look outside, or walk outside and see if you can notice any of these changes together.   
                                   See you at Storytime, Lauren

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In the Middle of Fall by Kevin Henkes

 

Storytime Seedlings Podcaster (and Children's Librarian):

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    Hi, I'm Lauren!

I do the following storytimes:

Babies--
Baby Bouncers Lapsit,
a program for infants with a caregiver.*
  --- and ---
Preschoolers--
3's & 4's Budding Bookworms 
(Stories and Songs 
for 3, 4, and 5 year olds).*
   
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