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Fall in Love With These Halloween Children’s Books!

Fall in love with our Autumnal children's books that the kids will love for Halloween!

Halloween is our absolute favorite holiday (and Fall our favorite time of year) if you haven’t already noticed.

We love it so much that over the past few years we’ve been publishing more Halloween-themed books, for both the older kids and babies, because we believe you should be able to share Halloween with your little ones at any age.

We’ve rounded up a list of our five Halloween-themed books for children that we’ve published so far, and we do hope that you’ll enjoy them as much as we do!

Let us know what you think — use the hashtag #halloweenbooks to talk about our Halloween-themed books and tell what your favorite Halloween books are!

 

1.Trick or Treat Little Pumpkin

Because Halloween isn’t just for the big kids! Read and play together with Trick or Treat, Little Pumpkin! Wiggle the cute plush pumpkin finger puppet, as you sing with black cats, dance with skeletons, and get ready for Halloween night.

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2. 2000 Spooky Stickers

Enter at your peril… Get busy scribbling, puzzling, stickering and sketching in a world of haunted houses, gruesome ghosts, and spooky skeletons. Then choose from 2000 scary stickers to complete each page! 2000 Stickers Spooky has 36 freaky and creepy activities to do.

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3. Pumpkins, Pumpkins Everywhere

Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere! Pumpkins with happy faces and sad faces, cheeky faces and mad faces. Pumpkins carved as spiders and cats, wolves and bats. Pumpkins glowing, pumpkins bright, and shining in the starry night. A lively rhyming text explores the many possibilities of a carved pumpkin with warm humour. Follow the children in their favourite Halloween costumes as they trick or treat their way to the pumpkin parade, with a fabulous luminescent orange glow of pumpkins on every page.

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4. Hoot Hoot Halloween

Hoot Howl Halloween is a fun book with 10 spooky sounds! Explore the haunted house and press the buttons to hear ghosts wailing, witches cackling, bats flapping and bones jangling. This spooky book is written by Becky Wilson and illustrated by Samantha Meredith…Enter if you dare!

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5. Spooky, Spooky Little Bat

Wiggle the cute bat puppet and join the Halloween fun in this spooky rhyme!

 

6. One Little Pumpkin

Spot and count friendly ghosts, black cats, and flappy bats, and get ready for a spooky surprise in the pumpkin patch! Learn counting skills with One Little Pumpkin. Gorgeous illustrations by acclaimed artist Sebastien Braun, and tactile, cut-through pages encourage young children to play and explore.

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