A lot of these involve animals… Maybe because autumn always evokes the image of those quaint pencil illustrations of animals in children's books to me for some reason, but also included some horror and classics: >BUNNICULA by Deborah and James Howe
Fun children's book about a cat and a dog who try to figure out if a newly-adopted rabbit is a vampire.>NORTHANGER ABBEY by Jane Austen
A girl visits an old abbey, expecting it to be just like her favorite Gothic novels, to hilarious expect.>WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams
A group of rabbits look for a home, but it's not easy!>REDWALL series by Brian Jacques
Comforting, warm read with delicious descriptions of food. Nostalgic feeling.>FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley
A classic that still holds up, and is actually quite short! Definitely read it if you have the chance. If you really want to get into the mood, you can also read some poems by Shelley's husband or other contemporaries. Keats is definitely my favorite. >WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Emily Brontë
Another classic. The Kate Bush song is also good.>TAILCHASER'S SONG by Tad WilliamsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.