These Halloween books for kids are perfect for a cozy and fun night of reading with your little ones…after trick-or-treating of course!
Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Join a witch and her cat on a magical adventure as they fly through the sky on a broomstick. Along the way, they meet new friends who help them out of trouble. But can they escape from a hungry dragon who wants to eat them? This is a fun and rhyming story that celebrates friendship and teamwork. It is also a great book to read aloud with your kids or enjoy by yourself.
If you’re looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate Halloween with your little ones, look no further than Little Blue Truck’s Halloween. This charming board book features the beloved Little Blue Truck and his animal friends as they dress up in costumes and go to a party. With colorful illustrations and interactive flaps, this book will delight and surprise young readers as they discover who’s hiding behind each costume. Little Blue Truck’s Halloween is part of the bestselling Little Blue Truck series, which teaches children about friendship, kindness, and teamwork. Don’t miss this spook-tacular treat for your kids!
Do you have a brave little bunny who loves a good scare? Then they will love Creepy Carrots!, a hilarious and spooky picture book by Aaron Reynolds and Peter Brown. Jasper Rabbit loves to munch on the carrots from Crackenhopper Field, but he soon realizes that the carrots are following him everywhere. Is he just imagining things, or are the carrots out to get him? Find out in this clever and suspenseful story that has a twist ending you won’t see coming. Creepy Carrots! is the first book in the Creepy Tales! series, which combines humor, horror, and heart in a way that will appeal to young readers. It also won a Caldecott Honor for its stylish and striking illustrations. Don’t miss this creepy-cute book that will make your kids laugh and scream at the same time!
Are you a fan of Disney’s Haunted Mansion attraction? Do you want to share the magic and mystery of this spooky ride with your kids? Then you’ll love The Haunted Mansion (Disney Classic) (Little Golden Book), a beautifully illustrated picture book that takes you on a tour of the haunted house. You’ll meet the Ghost Host, the hitchhiking ghosts, Madame Leota, and more as you explore the eerie rooms and corridors. This book is part of the Little Golden Book series, which offers classic stories in a durable and affordable format. Whether you read it before or after visiting the Haunted Mansion, this book will make you feel like you’re there. It’s a perfect Halloween gift for Disney lovers of all ages!
Spooky Pookie (Little Pookie) is a cute and funny board book by Sandra Boynton, the bestselling author and illustrator of many children’s books. In this story, Pookie the piglet tries on different Halloween costumes, but none of them seem to fit his personality. Will he find the perfect one in time for trick-or-treating? With rhyming text and adorable illustrations, this book will make your kids giggle and smile. Spooky Pookie is part of the Little Pookie series, which features the adventures of a lovable and curious piglet. It’s a great choice for a Halloween read-aloud or a gift for your little ones.
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything is a classic Halloween book for kids that will make them laugh and cheer. It tells the story of a fearless old lady who encounters a pair of shoes, a shirt, a pair of pants, a pumpkin head, and other spooky things on her way home from the forest. But instead of running away, she tells them that she is not afraid of anything. What will happen when she reaches her cottage? Find out in this fun and rhythmic story that has a surprise ending. The book also features colorful and expressive illustrations by Megan Lloyd that capture the mood and humor of the story. The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything is a great book to read aloud with your kids on Halloween or any time of the year.
If you love the New York Times bestselling picture book The Bad Seed, you’ll want to check out The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky, a Halloween-themed sequel by Jory John and Pete Oswald. This sticker book features the Bad Seed and his friends from the Food Group as they prepare for the most exciting night of the year. But what happens when the Bad Seed can’t find a costume that suits him? Will he ruin Halloween for everyone else? Find out in this witty and whimsical story that teaches kids about self-expression, creativity, and compromise. The book also includes over 150 spooky stickers that you can use to decorate your own mini jack-o’-lanterns. The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky is a must-have for fans of The Bad Seed and anyone who loves a good laugh.
Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete is a fun and interactive book that lets you join Pete the Cat on his Halloween adventure. As Pete goes trick-or-treating, you can lift the flaps to see what costumes his friends are wearing and what treats they are giving out. You’ll also find some spooky surprises along the way. This book is based on the New York Times bestseller Pete the Cat series by James Dean and Kimberly Dean, which features a cool and groovy cat who loves to explore the world. Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete is a perfect Halloween gift for your little ones who love to read and play.
If you’re a fan of trivia and Halloween, you’ll love Weird But True Halloween: 300 Spooky Facts to Scare You Silly. This book is packed with fascinating and freaky facts about candy, costumes, pumpkin carving, and more. You’ll learn things like how there is an underwater pumpkin carving contest, how the U.S. Defense Department has a zombie apocalypse plan, and how there are more Halloween emojis than there are U.S. states. This book is part of the Weird But True series, which offers hundreds of amazing facts on various topics. It’s a great book to read with your family and friends on Halloween or any time of the year. You’ll be surprised, amused, and scared silly by this weird but true book!
Pumpkin Jack is a heartwarming and educational picture book that shows the life cycle of a pumpkin. Tim carves a jack-o’-lantern for Halloween and names it Jack, but he doesn’t want to throw it away when it starts to rot. He leaves it in the garden and watches it change through the seasons, until it becomes a new pumpkin plant. With realistic and detailed illustrations by Will Hubbell, this book will inspire kids to appreciate nature and its wonders. Pumpkin Jack is a Teachers’ Pick and a Caldecott Honor Book. It’s a great book to read with your kids on Halloween or any time of the year.