31 Halloween Books for the Whole Family

Our costumes have been picked out for weeks, there are spider webs just about everywhere, and we’ve already devoured an entire bag of candy that we bought for our trick-or-treaters. Needless to say, we are SO excited for Halloween. But since we are still weeks away my kids still haven’t mastered the art of patience yet (honestly, neither have I!), I have discovered a fun and easy way to countdown to Halloween—by reading! There are so many fun and creative Halloween themed books, whether you have babies who tend to chew on books instead of read them or if you are trying to find the perfect chapter book to get into your reluctant reader’s hands—I’ve got you covered! Check out this list of 31 fun Halloween themed books for kids.

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Halloween Board Books

Room on the Broom 

Spooky Bus

Haunted Halloween

A Mischief of Monsters

Brave Little Camper Saves Halloween

Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters

Little Blue Truck’s Halloween

Halloween Picture Books

Trick Arr Treat

The Berenstain Bears: Trick or Treat

Ten Trick or Treaters

The 13 Nights of Halloween 

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat

Trick or Treat Chicago 

Pumpkin Town

Fright School

Samurai Scarecrow 

Bat Citizens—Defending the Ninjas of the Night 

Frankenstein 

Boneapart Falls Apart

Halloween Interactive Books

Spooky Halloween Activities Wipe Clean Book 

Peek a Flap Boo

How to Draw Monsters and More Scary Stuff

Where’s the Witch? Search and Find

Follow Me Halloween

Hidden Hogwarts—Scratch Magic

Paint by Sticker Halloween Book 

Halloween Chapter Books

Scary Stories for Young Foxes

My Weird School Halloween Three Pack 

Harry Potter Series 

A to Z Mysteries—The Haunted Hotel

Mercy Watson, Princess in Disguise 

And if you head over to my Instagram account before this Friday, October 15th at noon CST, you can enter to WIN a copy of “Halloween Flip-a-Flap,” “Peek-a-Bright Boo” and “Hoot Owl”. Check out the details here.

For other Halloween fun, don’t forget to check out my Fall Activities for Families page.

Happy Reading!

Amanda

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Comments

  1. Rosemary says

    That’s great there is so much excitement on your end for Halloween. Is it the same case for Christmas? Great book options for kids, will definitively be sharing them with friends. Have a spooky season!

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