When fall comes and the days grow shorter, there’s nothing more comforting than a warm blanket and a good book—maybe even a woodsy candle or two. So, as the trees change colors, swap out your summer reading list for the best fall books of both past and present.
While we’re all for devouring new releases, the offerings below are a mix of fall classics that evoke cozy autumn vibes and a couple of just-published options. V.E. Schwab’s magical epic, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, comes out in October 2020, and was practically designed for sweater weather, while Alexis Henderson’s debut, The Year of the Witching, will get you into the Halloween spirit. Plus, we’ve also included some autumn books for young readers to add to their reading lists that will entrance the elementary schoolers in your life as much as those giant piles of leaves. Without further ado, let these literary companions keep you company as the air begins to chill.