These fiction books are perfect for some fun Halloween reading!
That’s Not My Bat is the #1 choice for babies and toddlers, filled with textures to touch, pretty purple holographic page edges, and adorable bats with hairy ears, fluffy tummies, and shiny eyes.
Llamas in Pajamas is a silly phonics story about three llamas attending a Halloween-themed pajama party where something “creepy” happens…or is it? We have almost all of the phonics books on our shelf and this is a big favorite year-round!
Monsters at Halloween is a comic-style chapter book, great for new and reluctant readers. It’s part of the Billy and the Mini Monsters series – Billy finds monsters living in his sock drawer and after that, his life will never be the same. They cause all kinds of chaos and the Halloween party is no exception!
Dracula is part of our Graphic Stories collection. This style of books helps make classic stories more accessible for all readers. The terrifying suspense never stops in Dracula, the blood-curdling graphic novel/classic.
Color & Pop-Up Monsters is a unique activity to celebrate the season! There are 8 funny monsters to color. Then press out the pieces and follow the instructions to glue them in for a pop-up monster bash!
Magic Painting books have a permanent place in our home, they’re one of my go-to’s for when I need a few minutes of quiet from my preschooler, whether I’m making dinner or taking care of baby sister. The Halloween Magic Painting is the first seasonal book I ordered this year!
The Build Your Own Monsters Sticker Book is the perfect way to keep stickers fun and exciting for older children too! Build 18 of the biggest, baddest, most terrifying monsters from the land of Ravenhold.
My 3-year-old daughter is obsessed with Halloween this year so I know we’ll be adding a few more of these to our shelf! Which one would you pick?
For a quick list of all these great Halloween books, click here.
*At publication, these were all in stock. If there’s one you love, order now before they sell out!