Kids are never too young for you to begin developing a learn of reading.
These Preschool Halloween Books for Kids are sure to get your little ones interested in reading and are a perfect way to teach them a bit about Halloween!
Preschool Halloween Books for Kids
From stories to facts to coloring – these books will help you teach your kids to love reading while teaching them a bit about the history of Halloween!
1. A Gorgeously Illustrated Children’s Picture Book for Ages 2-8.
Boo and Doo live in the small, peaceful town of Oobaoo. Their houses are made of sugar. Everything is fine and dandy until a crazy cloud arrives. Soon the little town is attacked by giant rain drops that splatter and batter everything in sight. Can Boo and Doo, two brave, young Oobas, save the day? What wacky plan do they have up their sleeves?
Find out the answers in this silly, entertaining rhyming book with a surprisingly funny conclusion.
2. Another inky evening’s here—
The air is cool and calm and clear.
Can it be true? Oh, can it be?
Yes!—Bat Night at the library!
Join the free-for-all fun at the public library with these book-loving bats! Shape shadows on walls, frolic in the water fountain, and roam the book-filled halls until it’s time for everyone, young and old, to settle down into the enchantment of story time. Brian Lies’ joyful critters and their nocturnal celebration cast library visits in a new light. Even the youngest of readers will want to join the batty book-fest!
3. Are your kids too afraid of monsters to fall asleep at night? This whimsical book and its magical no-more-monsters patch could solve ALL of their problems!
This charmingly illustrated picture book will have little ones giggling all the way to bedtime! Kids and adults alike will love the goofy, adorable, not-too-spooky monsters, and the socially positive messages about sharing and conquering your fears–even if you need the help of a little magic to do it! And best of all–every book comes with a FREE interactive no-more-monsters patch that kids can attach to their own pajamas and use to scare off their monsters, too.
4. In the dark, a funky beat. Something white with bony feet. Skeleton dancing up the street, Doing the Halloween Hustle. Skeleton is dancing his way to a Halloween party—but as he grooves across town, he keeps stumbling, tumbling, and falling apart! Can Skeleton stay in one piece long enough to make it to the party?
5. Jasper Rabbit loves carrots—especially Crackenhopper Field carrots.
He eats them on the way to school.
He eats them going to Little League.
He eats them walking home.
Until the day the carrots start following him…or are they?
6. Tommy is a mischievous little woodpecker who loves to fly to the edge of the forest and watch the people in the nearby suburb. One evening, something strange and exciting happens—people emerge from their houses wearing costumes and carrying colorful buckets with smiling faces on them. What’s even crazier is that they shout a special codeword while standing outside of each house, and are given delicious-looking candy.
Tommy simply must join in the fun. He and his friend, Michael the raccoon, fashion their own costumes and head off to join in the festivities. Thanks to Tommy’s knock-knocking beak and Michael’s quick paws, the duo is able to heist many a candy bar from the unsuspecting homeowners and children.
But are they missing out on the true spirit of Halloween? There’s only one way to find out: join Tommy and Michael in their trick-or-treating adventure, in this special holiday edition of the color-illustrated Bird Brain Books.
7. Please do not read this book. There is a furry blue monster at the end of it! Beware!
8. The leaves fall, the wind blows, and one little pumpkin seed tries and tries to be scary. But he doesn’t scare anyone . . . not the snowflakes in winter, not the bees in spring, not even the watering can!
The wind tells him to be patient—he’ll be scary soon enough. But waiting is hard. Will the little seed ever be really, truly scary?
This simple story is more than a fun Halloween read—it is a heartwarming tale perfect for any child who can’t wait to grow up.
9. Once upon a time, there was a little old lady who was not afraid of anything! But one autumn night, while walking in the woods, the little old lady heard . . . clomp, clomp, shake, shake, clap, clap. And the little old lady who was not afraid of anything had the scare of her life!
More Halloween Fun for Preschoolers:
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Have children younger than preschool? I bet they (and you) will love these Halloween Books for Toddlers from Rainy Day Mum!
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Halloween Printables: Cutting Practice
Halloween Printables: Preschool Handwriting Practice
I hope you and your kids have fun with these spooky Preschool Halloween Books for Kids!