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12 Diverse Halloween Books for Kids

Updated: Oct 24, 2023

Let your kids spice up their reading with a dash of spookiness! We've got a fantastic lineup of twelve Halloween-themed books. Dive into these tales as your little ghouls dream of candy, munch on pumpkin seeds, and change costume ideas for the umpteenth time. It's all treats and no tricks in these pages!

A fun, rhyming read-aloud Halloween picture book that starts a new holiday tradition. Perfect for kids 4-8 or any young child wanting to celebrate the spookiest season of the year!

The perfect Halloween gift for your baby or toddler!

Build New Traditions with This Funny and Imaginative Holiday Book for Children

This book is a cute story about a family Halloween party.

Pumpkins, candy, and costumes! With flaps that reveal fun Halloween surprises, this Pete the Cat holiday story is sure to be a sweet treat for your little trick-or-treaters.

SPOOKY YOGA is a Picture Book for ages 3 – 7 that will get young readers up from chairs, laps and classroom seats to move and groove with multiple costumed creatures, colorfully depicted in rhyme and illustration.

Perfect for fans of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves, The Leaf Thief is a funny picture book that teaches kids about autumn, adapting to change, and the seasons.

Take a magical trip to the pumpkin patch with Princess Truly and her magical, sparkling curly hair!

Moving to a new place is hard enough without finding a bunch of mean, nasty ghosts in the closet. This looks like a job for Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god who can change shape in the blink of an eye and chase goblins and demons away with his thundering voice. When Hanuman answers Anu's plea for help, she rejoices — until she realizes those pesky ghosts don't seem to be going anywhere.

Bedtime is here, but Jade is much too scared to fall asleep—who knows what could be hiding in the dark? Jade lets her imagination run away from her, dreaming up all kinds of scary monsters, until she is sure she won’t be able to sleep at all.

A sparkling holiday picture book with a soft, padded cover featuring striking photos of young African-American children celebrating Halloween, one of the most popular holidays of the year.

Nothing frightens Winifred Schnitzel—but she DOES need her sleep, and the neighborhood monsters WON'T let her be! Every night they sneak in, growling and belching and making a ruckus. Winifred constructs clever traps, but nothing stops these crafty creatures. What's a girl to do? (Hint: Monsters HATE kisses!) The delightfully sweet ending will have every kid—and little monster—begging for an encore.

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