September 2019 Book List
September 13 is Positive Thinking Day! Stay positive with these books:
The Energy Bus for Kids: A Story About Staying Positive and Overcoming Challenges by Jon Gordon, illustrated by Korey Scott
George is having a bad day… but everything changes when he steps on the school bus! Joy, the bus driver, shows George the power of a positive attitude and how he can turn his bad day into a good one.
An Awesome Book! by Dallas Clayton
Think positively, stay motivated and dream big! Accompanied by fun illustrations, this book helps any reader get into a positive mindset.
Happy! by Pharrell Williams
Pharrell’s hit song springs to life with photographs of children all over the world showing what happiness means to them. A great celebration of positivity while exploring other cultures and different parts of the world.
September 23 is the first day of fall! Celebrate the season with the following books:
Awesome Autumn: All Kinds of Fall Facts and Fun by Bruce Goldstone
This fun book celebrates everything autumn! Learn about the falling leaves, animals that migrate and all the holidays that make this season so special.
Sophie’s Squash by Pat Zietlow Miller, illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf
Sophie buys an autumn squash at the farmers market with her parents. Instead of cooking it, Sophie insists on keeping the squash and decides to name it Bernice. Her parents warn her that, after a while, the squash will rot. What happens as fall progresses into winter?
Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert
Fall is here and everything is changing! A gust of wind picks up Leaf Man. As the wind takes him for an adventure, where will he go?
September is National Honey Month! Learn about honey and the bees that make it with these books:
The Honeybee Man by Lela Nargi, illustrated by Kyrsten Brooker
Fred goes up to his rooftop every day to check on his bees, who are hard at work. Learn about how the bees collect pollen around the city and make sweet honey with it!
The Honeybee by Kirsten Hall, illustrated by Isabelle ArsenaultFollow a honeybee as it buzzes and flies around, collecting pollen to make honey! An informative and easy-to-read book about the fascinating journey of this flying insect.
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