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October Books To Get For Your Kids!

Updated: Oct 14, 2023

Volume 2 Issue 7

October 1, 2023

"You Can Find MAGIC Wherever You Look.

Just Sit Back And Relax,

All You Need IS A BOOK"


Ooooooh it's October. Time to start bundling up with your warmest coziest blanket while curling up with a really good book. Make time during this fall season to take your child to a bookstore or your local library for kid friendly fall theme activities centered around literacy. While you're there browse through the bookshelves and buy a book from the bookstore or borrow it from the library. Either way be sure that your child takes home a book with them. Alternatively you can get your books online.

Let me share with you my top 6 books for young readers this October!

For Babies Baby Starters Magic Years Soft, Crinkle Halloween Book w/ Teether, Tabs & Strap

Have a teething baby or a little one who puts everything in their mouths then get this book! This fun soft and colorful fabric 8 page book will endure. It is made to resist the wear and tear of your little one's hands . Your baby will be able to enjoy this thematic Halloween book through a full sensory experience with visual and sound stimulation. Read it at home or to take on the go.


For toddlers: Baby Loves Fall!: A Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Board Book

This book is perfect for fidgeting toddlers that love to touch and explore their environment. In this book a baby gets to see and experience fall in all of its wonder. This book will help your child get ready for the changing season. They will be able to use their hands for sensory input while lifting flaps to uncover what the season of fall is all about. I highly recommend this book. As an Early Intervention Provider I use several books from this author's Baby flap board book series collection


Rhyming Book: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!

This is a certified classic teacher bestselling favorite that is read every October in classrooms all over. In this October book an old lady eats a bat and you'll never guess what she'll swallow next. Your will find yourself in giggles reading this with your child. The book is filled with silly rhymes and wacky illustrations to keep your kids engaged. Check this book out and add it to your home selection!


Non-Fiction Books:

Why Do Leaves Change Color?

How Do Apples Grow?

Here are two non-fiction books to read this October. As much fun as it is to read story books, it is also important to read non-fiction, also known as informational text. You and your child can read these two books to learn more about October's fall season and the plants that can be harvested during this month. Read and then go explore your outdoor environment!



Math Book: Counting on Fall

Counting On Fall is a great book to have this October. Your child will be reading as well as learning about the season of fall as they develop numeration and number sense. It's important to have a mixture of text types for your child to read. Remember reading is for enjoyment but also for intellectual development. Make learning math concepts fun with this October book.


Take a look at these books. With something for everyone from your toddler to your school age child, you and your child should be on your way to a month of curling up with a good book. Let me know which books you will be reading with your kids this October.


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Ms. Nwakaego Nwaifejokwu

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