Halloween is such a fun time for toddlers. Picking out a costume for them to wear, decorating, and pretending can bring so much joy. It can also be a little scary, especially if they do not know what to expect. Get them ready by reading them some Halloween books and introducing them to everything there is to know.
The wheels on the bus song is a favorite in our home. It might even be better with this Halloween twist.
What will Pookie dress up as for Halloween this year? You have to read the book to find out!
Here is another song my kids love. This one has some Halloween flare which will make your toddler giggle.
What toddler doesn’t love Mickey? This lift the flap book is full of cute characters and isn’t scary in the least.
Count the trick or treaters in this adorable Halloween book for toddlers.
I like this book because it talks about night time, from the perspective of a baby owl. This one is great for any toddler who gets scared of the dark.
This book brings peek-a-boo to life. Try and guess who is hiding before they exclaim peek-a-boo!
Party with the Sesame Street characters in the pumpkin patch! Take a look at who’s hiding behind the pumpkins!
There are lots of things to do in this book, and even a mirror to show your toddler that you love them.
Discover what biscuit finds when he visits the pumpkin patch.
Although this isn’t a Halloween book, it is a great book to teach your toddler about spiders. The bright illustrations and rhyming words will make this one of your toddler’s favorite books.
This is a cute book about Daniel Tiger and his wonderful imagination.
This Halloween toddler book comes with a black cat finger puppet. Little cat gets spooked by a friend dressed up in a costume, but she also gets to have a Halloween treat. You can also pick up the Little Spider Finger Puppet Book too.
Follow the clues to find out what Halloween character is hiding from you!
This fun and colorful pop-up book is one of my favorites! I hope it becomes one of yours too.
Little Hoo gets scared when someone knock on the door. Find out who’s there when you read the book!
Keep your toddler busy with this book and all of the interactive flaps as well as all of the characters to name.
Halloween doesn’t have to be scary! Make it fun with this list of Halloween books for toddlers!
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