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Fall Leaves Fall!

by Zoe Hall

Other authors: Shari Halpern (Illustrator)

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When fall comes, two brothers enjoy catching the falling leaves, stomping on them, kicking them, jumping in piles of them, and using them to make pictures. Includes a description of how leaves change through the year.

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Two brothers eagerly await their favorite season in this autumnal picture-book, watching the leaves for signs that they are turning colors. Collecting the leaves, explaining their different shapes, gathering them into piles to jump on - these boys truly love the fall...

The third picture from from author Zoe Hall and illustrator Sheri Halpern that I have read, after The Apple Pie Tree and It's Pumpkin Time!, that is devoted to the beauties of autumn, Fall Leaves Fall! pairs a simple text with colorful, collage-style illustrations. I don't know that this is the strongest of the is team's picture-books - The Apple Pie Tree is probably the best, of the three I have read thus far - but it still makes for an engaging autumnal picture-book for younger audiences, ages two through six, I'd say. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Sep 27, 2020 |
The book was about two brothers who laved fall. Their favorite aspect of fall was the leaves. They demonstrated how much they liked the leaves by explaining the different colors, shapes, how they came and went with the seasons, and what they would do with the ones they collected. This is a good book to read to students when teaching about the season of fall or about trees and leaves. I would suggest this book for kindergarten or 1st grade because it is a very easy read book. ( )
  clarionb | Sep 13, 2016 |
A story about siblings playing with leaves in the fall. Describes how leaves change as season change. It talks about stomping, kicking, and jumping into piles.

Ages: 3 to 4 years
Source: Pierce College Library
  tedwrds | Nov 6, 2014 |
A great book to read--especially when it's autumn/fall. It's fun, pictures are great and they learn about different trees, leaves, why fall happens and what to do during fall! ( )
  Yannie92 | Sep 25, 2014 |
Two brothers are playing with the autumn leaves doing all kind of things with them
Age group: 3-5
Source: Pierce College
  corine65 | Oct 29, 2013 |
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When fall comes, two brothers enjoy catching the falling leaves, stomping on them, kicking them, jumping in piles of them, and using them to make pictures. Includes a description of how leaves change through the year.

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When fall comes, two brothers enjoy catching the falling leaves, stomping on them, kicking them, jumping in piles of them, and using them to make pictures. Includes a description of how leaves change through the year.

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