October Titles for Young People
Trick-or-Treat, Read Something Sweet
The Ultimate Kids’ Baking Book
by Tiffany Dahle
This beginner-friendly baking book uses simple ingredients to create masterful desserts for any occasion.
Yoga Animals: A Wild Introduction to Kid-Friendly Poses
by Paige Towler
What could be sweeter than animals doing yoga? You may have heard of goat yoga or now even puppy yoga. Paige Towler’s book explains that many yoga poses were inspired by animals and helps provide options for children to practice mindfulness or calm down after a long day. Plus, the animal photographs that accompany the text are sure to brighten any day.
The Care and Keeping of Grandmas
by Jennifer Mook-Sang ; illustrated by Yong Ling Kang
When Grandma moves in with the family, the little granddaughter helps her transition to her “new environment.” This precious book will make your heart smile.
Noodle and the No Bones Day
by Jonathan Graziano
Told with warmhearted humor, this is a sweet story that reminds readers to be kind to themselves.
A Super Scary Narwhalloween
by Ben Clanton
This sweet, seasonal graphic novel follows ocean friends Narwhal and Jelly as they create fun Halloween costumes and face their fears.
Bears and Boos
Yay it’s finally Halloween! And our favorite bears from Bears in Chairs are excited to find the best costumes to go trick-or-treating in. They are so excited that in their searching frenzy they have knocked poor Floppy down to the ground. Not only that but now there are no more costumes left for Floppy to wear, oh no! The solution that these furry friends work together to make happen will melt your heart!
I Will Read to You
by Gideon Sterer
After realizing that the beasts, monsters, and ghouls have no one to read to them, a young boy decides that he’s the person for the job. Proving to be sweet rather than spooky, this story shows the importance of empathy and caring for others.