Some best Halloween Themed Books for Kids

Halloween is a type of celebration that can be as scary or as fun, as you want to make it; and according to many parents this makes it one of the best holidays for Preschool kids. Depending on your children’s age, you can celebrate the day in many various ways. For example, you can plan a Halloween-themed party for your kids, or prepare some spooky-looking foods or drinks, or watch some age-appropriate horror movies, or read some books. Here you can find some Halloween-themed book titles that you can read to your kids and celebrate the holiday.

Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman:

This is a very famous picture book for kids that shows some witches and humans want nothing but to gorge themselves on the homemade pumpkin pie. But the problem is that the protagonist’s pumpkin is huge and can not be picked from the vine without the help of some festive friends.

Room On The Broom by Julia Donaldson:

This is another rollicking story that has a nice witch and her animal friends. In Cypress CA playschools, kids love reading this book as the story culminates in a confrontation between the witch and a fire-breathing dragon. The story is written in rhyming prose and the bright colored illustrations capture young readers’ attention from the very first page.

Little Witch by Anna Elizabeth Bennett:

This is another cute little story about a charming witch who always wanted to attend school along with other human kids. The story has enough magic, humor, and imagination to turn your little ones into bookworms.

The Little Ghost Who Was A Quilt by Riel Nason:

This is a story about a little ghost who looked quite different than the rest of his family members and friends. His presence was always hidden under a heavy quilt. You can read this book to your kids during Halloween and it will help them understand the importance of self-acceptance. Besides this, it would evoke lots of social-emotional learning and zero scares.

The Little Kitten by Nicola Killen:

In most Preschools, teachers allow kids to read this story as it showcases an adventurous character named Ollie. He sets off on a brief journey to return a lost cat to its home. Kids get instantly hooked to the striking mixed-media illustrations and easy-to-understand language of the book.

Halloween Must Be Near by A.L. Bullard:

If your kids are eagerly waiting for Halloween, this book would be a perfect read for them. It is a quick and easy read that tells all the sights and festivities of the day.

Little Blue Truck’s Halloween by Alice Schertle:

The book depicts a cute little blue truck that is headed to a costume party along with his animal crew. Besides the bright illustrations, kids love flipping the flap design of the book. Halloween is the perfect time to introduce this book to your toddler and you will be able to recite it from memory before too long.