Autumn is in full swing, Halloween is just around the corner. What better thing to get you and your kiddies in the mood for Halloween by reading non-scary, fun filled Children’s Halloween books together.
Here are some lovely Halloween themed books that I highly recommend for you to share with your kiddies.
That’s Not My Witch
That’s not my… books are a firm favourite here. I love how love how the children turning the pages and touch the textured patches as they try to find their witch. The bright pictures and textured patches are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness. Perfect for babies and toddlers.
On a dark dark hill
there was a dark dark town.
In the dark dark town
there was a dark dark street…….
Janet and Allan Ahlberg, Funnybones
Funny Bones is a timeless oldie that I was very fond of as a child. I have memories of being read this in infant school and I’m in my mid thirties. Does anyone else remember it? Or even the tv series? – ok i’m showing my age now.
Ten Little Monsters
We actually don’t own a copy of this book ‘yet’, but if it anything like Ten Little Pirates, I have a feeling that the kids will love it just as much. I love the rhyming and inclusion of numbers and counting too. Perfect for preschool and early infants.
Peppa Pig’s Pumpkin Party
How exciting, Peppa are having a Halloween party! You can always count on Peppa to have a celebration covered! Perfect for those little Peppa fans.
Room On The Broom
Julia Donaldson books are a massive hit in our house! I have to admit, we own every single book that Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler have worked together on! It has also been been turned into animation, which is well worth a watch. I find myself commentating the story word for word.
What a classic! Growing up Roald Dahl was one of my favourite authors. His books are magical and get young imaginations going. I would say that this is more suitable for junior school aged children.
Winnie The Witch
This is another great oldie. Winnie the Witch has been around for years! The books are about the adventures of a witch named Winnie and her cat. Suitable for junior school children. There are a number of books available in the Winnie The Witch range.
Meg and Mog
Meg the witch and Mog her cat, the pair go off to a wild Hallowe’en party with all the other witches. But will the party go off with a BANG? Toddlers will love exploring colours, sounds and shapes.
Ten Spooky Skeletons
Join the skeletons as they go on a counting adventure in search
of friends in this peek-through picture book with a spooky twist and a glow-in-the-dark finale! This book is very engaging and enjoyable for children aged 3 upwards.
Do you have a favourite Children’s Halloween Book? Let me know in the comments below
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