Teach your little pumpkins about all things Halloween with some gourd-geous board and picture books! Puns aside, babies and toddlers will love the vibrant colors in these stories, and you’ll love introducing them to your favorite fall holiday.
Got older kiddos in the brood? Add a few titles from our list for kids here, cuddle up with a cup of warm cider, flashlights in hand, and start flipping through the shadowy pages. They’re going to want to read these well after they’re done trick or treating—who would we be to deny them the extra hoots and howls?
We’d love to see what you pick from our book patch. Tag us on Instagram so we can share in the Halloween spirit!
Halloween board books
4 | Spookytale by Christopher Franceschelli
In the newest addition to the Abrams Block Book Series, follow two children and their pup on their way to a haunted house. Explore the die-cut surprises on every spread as they travel through the woods, across a swamp, and past creaking gates.
Finally, they arrive at their Halloween destination made extra fun through a large quadruple gatefold spread on the final page!
8 | Room on the Broom by Julie Donaldson
“Is there room on the broom for me?”
In this classic Halloween tale, a friendly witch and her trusty cat set out on an adventure and make new friends along the way as they help her find lost items. She finds room on her broom for each new friend, who then repay her in the end as they save her from the hungry dragon in this sweet story about friendship.
14 | Don’t Push the Button! A Halloween Treat by Bill Cotter
There’s just one scary house left at the end of a night of trick-or-treating, and Larry the Monster doesn’t want you to go there! No, seriously, whatever you do, DON’T ring the doorbell! This whole series is fun, and the Halloween version is a real treat.
17 | Tiny T. Rex and the Tricks of Treating by Jonathan Stutzman
Best friends Tiny and Pointy love Halloween. They can’t wait to share their six tips and tricks on having the best Halloween night in this new release. In typical Tiny T. Rex style, it has a bit of humor and ends with a sweet message about kindness!
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