What season is it? (Books for enjoying Fall)

I was looking at this article on the Huffington Post website about great books for fall foliage, and that, naturally, got me thinking about fall. It seems that when it comes to the changing of the seasons, there are two camps of people. The first, which many of us may find ourselves caught up in, don’t notice it’s autumn until we glance at the calendar or suddenly find ourselves picking out sweaters to wear in the morning. The other group of people do notice. They’re the type most likely to go for long walks (or drives) with the specific desire to get out and observe the changing season. Fall is also a time of changing schedules, and it’s easy to get caught up in our daily lives. So I’ve compiled a list of books about the natural aspects of autumn, and some ideas about how to get out there and enjoy it.

  1. The colors of fall : a celebration of New England’s foliage season
  2. Leaf by Leaf: Autumn Poems
  3. Foliage: Astonishing Color and Texture Beyond Flowers
  4. The Nature Connection: An Outdoor Workbook…
  5. A Day in the Woods
  6. Fall Foliage (for Kids) – a list of about 9 or so books from our catalog.
  7. Step-by-Step Crafts for Fall
  8. Autumn, A New England Journey
  9. Exploring Autumn: A season of science activities, puzzles and games
  10. Upland Autumn: Birds, Dogs, and Shotgun Shells
  11. Henry David Thoreau’s Walden
  12. Peace at Heart: An Oregon Country Life
  13. Hooray for Fall!
  14. Fallscaping: Extending your garden season into autumn
  15. The Garden in Autumn~Courtney



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