Roundup of Halloween Books for Toddlers
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We love books in our house! Bayleigh also loves Halloween, so naturally we had to combine the two 😉
Here is our roundup of cute Halloween books for toddlers!
1. Pop-Up Peekaboo! Pumpkin by DK
This is such a cute little pop-up book! It follows some cute little characters as they play hide and seek looking for each other. It’s a fast, rhyming read that is sure to delight your little ones.
2. Little Blue Truck’s Halloween by Alice Schertle
Everybody loves the Little Blue Truck! All of the books are such a fun read and this Halloween one did not disappoint.
Join Little Blue Truck and friends as they show off their costumes and readers get to guess who is who as they make their way to a Halloween party.
3. Five Little Pumpkins by Tiger Tales
A cute little countdown rhyming book about 5 little pumpkins on Halloween night.
4. There’s a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher
This book is the cutest! It has the reader try to get the monster out of the book by doing things such as tickling his toes, blowing on him, making a loud noise, etc.
It’s a cute, fun, and interactive read.
5. There’s a Witch in Your Book by Tom Fletcher
Another cute and interactive read.
This book has the reader trying to get a witch out of the book by doing things such as using their “finger wands” to cast spells.
6. Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
This has been Bayleigh’s absolute favorite book for months now.
Follow a witch as she rides her broom around and picks up friends along the way.
7. Find Spot at the Halloween Party by Eric Hill
Everybody loves Eric Hill’s Spot books! This Halloween one is a quick and run read as readers can lift the flaps trying to find Spot at a Halloween party.
8. Biscuit Visits the Pumpkin Patch by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Another cute little puppy book. Join Biscuit and his owner as they pick the perfect pumpkin at a pumpkin patch.
9. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Halloween
This one is a little bit more heavy reading, but still cute. I think older kids would do better with this one.
A fun-lift the flap book as readers are encouraged to look for specific items such a candy and apples.
10. My Monster Mama Loves Me So by Laura Leuck
Us mamas love our babies, and monsters are no different!
A cute read about a monster mama who loves and cares for her little baby monster.
11. Squishy Squashy Monsters by Curious Universe UK
A cute touch-and-feel read about all different kinds of monsters.
Be sure to check out our other favorite books here!
What is your little one’s favorite book this Halloween?