Anyway, I have found three books that are perfect to read this autumn. Put them at the top of your To Be Read list, because before you know it, winter will be upon us!
"A Year Without Autumn" by Liz Kessler
This one was sad, but it had that warm, fuzzy feel to it as well. Jenni's best friend Autumn is bubbly and full of life, but after an elevator ride takes Jenni into the future, she discovers that over the course of only one year, a horrible change in Autumn's family has broken their friendship in half. Will Jenni be able to change the future?
"The Wrinkled Crown" by Anne Nesbet
Okay, so this one has nothing to do with fall except for the tree you see on the cover, but it's a very unique book. To put it bluntly, weird. After the Voices take Linny's best friend Sayra to the the place called Away, Linny sets out to makes things right, travelling across the "wrinkled" hills in search of medicine to bring Sayra back. Along the way, she gets mixed up in an ancient war between magic and science. Curious and creative.
I read this one a few years ago, so I confess that when I looked at reviews for it on Goodreads (to, you know, refresh my memory), I found that there was quite a bit I had forgotten. The main characters are three kids who go to public school and become friends. What you might find compelling is that the fairy world magically intervenes - characters from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. As well as recommending this for you, I'll have to pick it up again myself.