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25 of the Best Halloween Board Books
One of my favorite ways to celebrate the holidays is with seasonal books.
Of course, at this age, my 10-month-old most enjoys eating her books rather than reading them, so board books are the way we ring in the spookiest season of the year.
If you’re looking to welcome in October and Halloween with some reading as well, try these book books out!
25 Halloween Board Books
Click through to see some of our favorites – new and old!
Trick or Treat? by Melanie Walsh
This festive board book is full of bright colors and has flaps to open and shut.
Spooky by Roger Priddy
This book has touch and feel patches on each page – my babies LOVE touching these.
Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
When a witch loses her hat, three animals help her recover them. For payment, they want a spin on her broom – is there room for all of them?
Pooh's Halloween Pumpkin by Cathy Hapka
When Pooh finds a giant pumpkin in the Hundred-Acre Wood, he knows just what to do with it!
Plumply, Dumply Pumpkin by Mary Serfozo and Valeria Petrone
Peter wants one single perfect pumpkin. Will he find one?
My First Halloween by Tomie dePaola
With Tomie dePaola’s signature illustrations, this book explores the sweet moments of a first Halloween.
Mouse's First Halloween by Lauren Thompson and Buke Erdogan
This is my toddler’s absolute favorite Halloween book. Last year, we read it so many times she could recite it all from memory (of COURSE, I thought this was the cutest thing ever).
Monster Munch! by Matt Mitter and Sue Hendra
This fun book lets you feed the monsters little pieces of food (and then store them in a pouch on the last page).
Little Spider (Finger Puppet Book)
We LOVE these little finger puppet books in our house. Endless amusing.
I'm Not Scared by Jonathan Allen
Baby owl wants to be out late (he IS an owl, after all), but everyone seems to think he should be in bed.
Hungry Monster by Susan Heyboer O'Keefe and Lynn Munsinger
Monsters have escaped and are visiting school – you can only imagine the rollicking adventures that follow.
Here Comes Halloween! by Becki Ward and Caroline Jayne Church
Halloween is coming! What will this little boy dress up as? The age-old question . . .
Happy Sparkling Halloween by Elizabeth Spurr and Colleen Madden
This sparkly book is just really fun and eye-catching.
Happy Halloween, Stinky Face by Lisa Mccourt and Cyd Moore
Stinky Face is excited for his first trick-or-treating outing, but is also a tiny bit nervous. Fortunately, his mom is there to reassure him.
Halloween Mice by Bethany Roberts and Doug Cushman
These little mice are out for the evening, but when a cat comes along, the mice have to be clever to scare him off.
Lift-the-Flap Shadow Book Halloween by Roger Priddy
This foil book is shiny and fun, plus has great flaps with all your standard Halloween images underneath.
Funny Faces Halloween Jack by Roger Priddy
These googly eyes bring this book to life!
Halloween Bugs by David A. Carter
Each page has some a flap that opens to show a pop-up Halloween surprise.
Halloween 123s by Patricia Reeder Eubank
Count along with these sweet drawings as the characters prepare for a special Halloween bash.
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown by Charles M. Schulz
I love the Peanuts, and I really love Linus’ obsession with the Great Pumpkin. This board book comes with stickers that can be reused (is there any toddler who doesn’t LOVE stickers?).
Ghosts in the House! by Kazuno Kohara
This is my absolute favorite Halloween book! A little witch moves into a haunted house, but she knows just what to do. She washes and dries the ghosts and uses them as curtains, tablecloths, and a duvet cover.
Five Little Pumpkins by Ben Mantle
This cute counting and rhyming book follows five pumpkins sitting on a fence.
Duck and Goose Find a Pumpkin by Tad Hills
We love this book in our house about Duck and Goose who look all around the farm for a pumpkin, but don’t realize there is a patch just for pumpkins!