I love this time of year, it’s time to get crafty, go on at least a hundred conker hunts and do lots and lots of reading. I must confess I have gone a bit mad recently and bought tons of new books for both Boo and myself (getting ready to hibernate over the winter – so that’s ok right?). I thought I would share 10 of the best Halloween Books for toddlers that we have discovered this year, as who doesn’t love a good ghost story?!
Molly Maybe and the Ghost Train– it’s fantastic – I can’t sing the praises of this book highly enough – you can read our full review here. The perfect book for Halloween – spooky, silly gorgeous illustrations and a message in there too! What more could you want. (Well how about the first book in the series! Molly Maybe and the Monster Mission which is fab too!)
Room on the Broom – I am pretty sure no Halloween book list would be complete without this one! It’s just fab and Boo loves running around yelling the spell the witch says at the end – so one day we might even have our very own broom!
Meg and Mog – I had to include a few books from my childhood, it’s so wonderful to get to read them again with Boo – This one is just fab, as are their other adventures too.
Funny Bones – Another book from my childhood, I just adore them – and who doesn’t want a song included in their bedtime story!
Don’t Call Me Sweet – a monster-y book about a little monster who doesn’t want to be called sweet (until it suits him that is!) This one is really cute and funny too
Mr Men. Halloween Party – Boo has recently fallen in love with the Mr Men books, and her grandma is on a mission to slowly buy them all. So when I saw this one I just had to get it for Boo. It’s fab.
Boo Who? – this one is a book I saw and bought on a whim – and I am so glad I did! It’s a lift the flap book with a very spooky surprise at the end! It’s a great book for learning about all things Halloween
10 Little Monsters – now I had seen other 10 Little Books, but we hadn’t read any of them, so when I saw this one I couldn’t resist. It’s wonderful and Boo loves saying all of the numbers outloud when she seems them. A great book to help with number recognition.
Zog – Maybe dragons aren’t particularly Halloween, but they could be right? I love Zog… I mean Boo loves Zog and we are very excited that there is another book with Zog in (which I have bought Boo for her Christmas Book Advent but shhh don’t tell her!)
The Gruffalo – ok not Halloween but definitely autumn, and with the Gruffalo’s child having a distinctly winter/Christmas feel to it with all that snow, I feel I can list The Gruffalo in here as you have to read this one first!
There you have, in our opinion the best the 10 most awesome Halloween Books for Toddlers – have you read any of them? Which are your favourite books for Halloween/Autumn?
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