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Fall's Best New Book Releases For Kids

When summer activities wind down, fall’s the time to snuggle up with the kids and read. You’ll find that these newest titles will have you looking forward to bedtime snuggles and a sweet “good night.”

Welcoming a new baby into the family? Indestructibles: Welcome, Baby preps your toddler for the excitement of introducing a newborn to the family.

Now get movin’ with Baby Loves to Wiggle Wiggle. The text invites you to keep a bouncy beat while showing kids how important touch and movement are every day.

Gear up for a some holiday fun with The Nutcracker: A BabyLit® Dancing Primer that introduces your little one to the creatures that bring this classic to life.

All Aboard! Let Ride a Train captures the excitement of getting from here to there on a train. The accordion-style pages allow little fingers to look inside each train compartment during the journey.

A little humble bragging may soon be in order, because Scholastic just introduced First Words Baby Signing, a lift-the-flap book that helps teach baby 25 signs and words using touch-and-feel pages.

The magic of a mother’s love is on display in I Love You More Each Day, a perfect anytime story featuring a Mommy Bear and Little Bear ...  I’m not crying, you’re crying.

Mom and baby can channel their inner yogi with Yoga Bug: Simple Poses for Little Ones, which ties in authentic yoga poses to the movements of animals. Don't worry if you haven’t mastered downward dog, there’s a resource guide included to help.

TV’s favorite late-night host, Jimmy Fallon, wrote a top-selling book teaching kids to say “Dada.” Now, he’s back with his next story, Everything is Mama, available in October, to show kids that there are other words besides “Mama.” (But seriously -- are there other words?)

And here’s the must-have book for fall: The World Shines for You. A masterpiece of color, with foil and embossing on each page, make this book a beautiful keepsake for you and your older toddler.