The best Halloween Children’s Books that you can read on Halloween. Enjoy reading the following 9 Halloween Children’s Books.
Halloween Children’s Books
Enjoy reading the following 9 Halloween Children’s Books.
- Let’s Celebrate Halloween.
- Goodnight Goon.
- Big Pumpkin.
- Peppa’s Pumpkin Party.
- Clifford’s First Halloween Party.
- Go Away, Big Green Monster.
- Trick or Treat.
- The Spookiest Pumpkin.
- Wee Witches Halloween.
1. Let’s Celebrate Halloween by Peter and Connie Roop
What do you know about Halloween? Why is it called that? Why is it celebrated and what is it actually celebrated? Why are the symbols of the holiday a ghost, a witch, black cats and bats? Who is Jack and why is a pumpkin lantern named after him? Look for detailed answers to all these questions in this book! Of course, the information is not for toddlers, but this book will also show you and your older children how to make a homemade costume, a scary treat, and even a haunted house!
2. Goodnight Goon by Michael Rex
By the name of the book we understand that this book is a parody of the famous book for the night “Goodnight Moon”. Only in this book, instead of cute bunnies and kittens, you will meet Martians, zombies, mummies and werewolves, and from a cozy nursery we are transported to a mossy tomb full of bones and mucus. Dedicated to all lovers of real horror stories! Perhaps it’s better not to read it at night, despite the name.
3. Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman
Halloween version of “Turnip”, in which the giant pumpkin is not trying to pull out the grandfather and the woman, but traditional holiday characters – a witch, a ghost, a vampire and a mummy. Will they be able to reap the harvest and what will they do with it?
4. Peppa’s Pumpkin Party
Fans of Peppa Pig cartoons will surely appreciate this book, in which a friendly family of pigs celebrates Halloween! By the way, a great solution for those who do not want to get into religious connotations – you can just throw a Pumpkin Party! In this short book, you’ll find the main elements of the party – making a pumpkin lantern, dressing up in spooky costumes, and having the party itself.
5. Clifford’s First Halloween Party by Norman Bridwell
Description of another Halloween-themed party featuring the little dog Clifford. Together with Clifford, we will go trick-o-treating, sample traditional treats and even visit a haunted house. And we will also meet with the hero of a terrible, terrifying story!
6. Go Away, Big Green Monster by Ed Emberley
A book for those who absolutely dislike horror stories and are afraid of monsters! With this book, you can “assemble” a monster by repeating body parts at the same time, and then disassemble it. It’s as simple as that – go away, monster, and come when I call!
After reading, you can create such a monster from colored paper and improvised tools and just as fun to disassemble it by sending it away.
7. Trick or Treat: A Yummy Book about Halloween
A book with very simple and easy to remember poems about the traditions of Halloween. With her you can start acquaintance with the holiday – even the smallest ones will like it!
Let’s carve up a pumpkin,
Give him a big grin,
Two eyes and a nose,
And a candle within.
8. The Spookiest Pumpkin by Endy Rector A
kind book about a pumpkin that was the smallest in the garden, and not too round or too thick. Pumpkin understood that no one would choose her for Halloween, and this made her very sad. But there was a faithful friend who supported me in difficult times and made the pumpkin feel that even if you are not like everyone else, you are still needed by someone. This book is not only about pumpkins, as you can imagine.
9. Wee Witches Halloween by Jerry Smath
A funny story in poems about witches, from which you can glean a lot of words on the Halloween theme. Children will be happy to listen to a story about unlucky little witches who fail to scare anyone properly.
These were our Halloween Children’s Books for today. I hope that you are going to enjoy reading them on Halloween day. You can get all the Halloween books from the links below. I wish you all the best. Good Luck!