12 Children’s Books For November

The leaves are falling and the cooler weather has officially arrived. This is my favorite time of year to grab a cup of tea and unwind with a book, and my kids don’t fall far from the tree. This month I added a lot of books that discuss navigating emotions and changing feelings. As the seasons turn and friendships in school are developing, its always a great time to check back in with kind ways of expressing ourselves. Wishing everyone a wonderful turkey filled Thanksgiving!

A great book to introduce to little ones as they begin pre-k or kindergarten and form initial friendships. This book will help your young ones understand the power of words and how to distinguish from kinds speech and speech that can be hurtful.
Along the same lines as the last option, follow along Sienna on her first day of school as she learns the importance in kindness, diversity, and inclusivity.
Scribble never realized he was any different from others, until he met a different kind of drawing and no longer felt like he belonged. But all drawings belong and without boundaries. Another amazing read about inclusivity and navigating emotions. Also comes with stickers so your child can make a scribble of their own!
Join puppy Pompom and his friend on a perfect Fall day! They’re going to play in the leaves, go apple picking, make crafts, and more. A perfect little read for the Fall season.
Something is eating the vegetables in Papa’s garden. Go on an adventure taking in clues as to who it could be! Maybe its a pig, or a frog, or an alligator, or something much bigger!
Everything in The Happy Book world is happy, until Clam eats a whole cake and doesn’t leave any for Camper. Follow along as these best friends find their happy again and resolve their sadness.
A fun interactive book that takes its readers to the annual high five contest! You’ll be guided through a series of goofy exercises to prep for the big day!
A perfectly sweet and imaginative bedtime story. Discover the endless and beautiful possibilities that tomorrow holds.
The laves are falling, pies are baking, and Thanksgiving meal brings all our loved ones together. There is so much to be thankful for! Follow along with these sweet animals as they thank god for their blessings.
A great chapter for older children. An action and adventure packed story about a boy trying too save humanity while discovers his true identity.
Help your kids get inspired and curious about people and cultures through the wonderful world of food! A wonderful addition for picky eaters or the junior chefs in your life.
From the Goodnight Series For Rebel Girls is this newest edition. Lets inspire all the young girls in our lives to be anything they choose with this biographical chapter book. Also being released on November 12th is Ada Lovelace Cracks The Code.

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13 thoughts on “12 Children’s Books For November”

  1. This post reminds me of when I was younger. I used to love to visit the library and open new books. The pages smelled so good! Memories…

  2. These look like some wonderful books for kids. I have two daughters, and my youngest really loves to read the most. I’ll have to see if she’d like any of these.

  3. Annemarie LeBlanc

    You always find really good books for kids. I can’t pick one right at this moment but I am sure all of these are worth buying.

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