It’s Autumn here in Nashville, and that means pumpkin spice, crisp air, leaves falling and Halloween decorations everywhere. We here at Ambrose Printing Company love seasonal things just as much as we love reading, so here are five books to help you get in the spirit of the season.

 

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn

This children’s book by Kenard Pak is about a young girl who says goodbye to summer and welcomes the new season. The book has a charming art style and vibrant colors as it represents both seasons. This book is perfect for early readers who might be having trouble letting go of those carefree summer days.

 

Photo Book of Autumn

Suzy Timebook’s photobook is overflowing with gorgeous shots of fall leaves and landscape. Great for all ages, this book would make an excellent addition to any nature lover’s collection. So if you’re getting impatient waiting for the leaves to turn, take a look at this amazing photo book.

 

The Seasonal Series

Ali Smith’s fictional series is less about the actual seasons and is more of a complex study of the human mind. Full of unique premises and characters, these two books make for very interesting reading. If you’re a mature reader looking for something new, you should definitely check out Smith’s masterpieces.

 

The Fall of Freddie the Leaf

This book by Leo Buscaglia is a warm, gentle story for all ages. Children and adults will be captivated by this tale of life and death. Colorful, reverent and thought-provoking, this story captures an angle of fall that not many authors can.

 

Savvy Autumn Entertaining

Shanna Hatfield is a blogger with a lot of great ideas. This book is no exception, a must-have for anyone who loves fall-themed décor, parties and recipes. So if you’re looking to liven up your living space, throw a spooky Halloween party or surprise someone special with baked treats, check out this handy book.

So, if you like fall and like to read, be sure to investigate these titles. Full of amazing art and beautiful sentences, these books will be glued to your fingers. You’ll walk away with a greater appreciation of the season and some new titles to recommend to your friends.