Happy Halloween! Celebrate this October with new books for kids all about ghosts, witches, and monsters. Perfect for younger children, these books are lightly spooky, silly and full of fun.
Boo-nicorns by Joan Holub
To prepare for trick-or-treating, adorable unicorns put on their costumes, turning themselves into ballerinas, trains and more in this touch and feel board book.
Boo’s Haunted House by DK
Little ones are invited to explore Boo’s Haunted House along with a brave cat in this colorful Halloween story.
Creepy Crayon! by Aaron Reynolds
Jasper Rabbit, who is NOT doing well in school, stumbles upon a perfect pointy purple crayon. Things turn sinister when the purple fiend tries to take over.
Disney Baby Here Comes Halloween by Disney Books
Filled with spooky lift the flap fun, this oversized Halloween board book keeps little ones guessing.
First Broom by Kallie George
The adorable rhyming read-aloud follows a little witch as she learns to fly a broom on Halloween night, taking to the skies for a fun-filled adventure.
Goodnight Train Halloween by June Sobel
Featuring a glitter cover and peek-a-BOO pages, this board book takes little ones on a magical Halloween night ride.
Halloween is a Treat! by Sabrina Moyle
Full of tricks and treats, this humorous Halloween board book is sure to delight even the youngest readers.
Happy Owl-oween by Laura Gehl
Little ones can join the Owl family on Halloween as they plan their costumes, go trick-or-treating and more.
How to Catch a Witch by Alice Walstead
When the Halloween Witch opens a magical portal, inviting all the Halloween creatures to trick or treat, the kids race against time to send the ghosts and goblins back where they belong before all the candy disappears!
Peppa’s Pumpkin Day by Golden Books
In this pig-tacular Little Golden Book, Peppa celebrates autumn and Halloween with her friends and family!
Pumpkin Patch Halloween (Cocomelon) by Patty Michaels
Join JJ and his family as they take a trip to the pumpkin patch and celebrate Halloween.
Spot’s Pumpkin Surprise by Eric Hill
Kids are invited to join Spot and his family as they grow a pumpkin in the garden and make a fun fall surprise.
So Not Ghoul by Karen Yin
Desperate to find a middle haunting ground, Marnie plans a ghastly new look that could either give a fabulous fright or be a grave mistake.
A Spoonful of Frogs by Casey Lyall
Young readers will have a hopping good time in this hilarious story about a witch who is having a hard time wrangling a bunch of frogs into her frog soup.
Will You Be My Monster? by Rebecca Pry
Split into three sections for easy flipping, the spiral-bound pages invite children to flip around and mix and match endless combinations to create their own magnificent monsters.
The Witchling’s Wish by Lu Fraser
Longing for a friend more than anything else, little Witchling finds one in the most unexpected place while looking for a secret ingredient for a spell.