October 8, 2011

More Favorite Halloween Books

Here are some more Halloween Books that I like to read with my kids that you might want to check out of the library or add to your collection (everyone collects books, right?)  Maybe I should also do a post about Halloween Books I don't like to read and that you should avoid buying at all costs.  hmmmm.

Five Little Pumpkins illustrated by Dan Yaccarrino
My kids love singing this one and looking at the pictures, plus it goes fast so it's great when I'm in a hurry.

The Spooky Old Tree by Stan and Jan Berenstain
I've loved this book since I was a little kid, and I love reading it to my kids.

Spooky Riddles by Marc Brown
Another one I remember reading when I was little.  The kids get a kick out of it.  

The Widow's Broom by Chris Van Allsburg
My older kids love this story about a widow who finds a witch's broom.

Goodnight Goon by Michael Rex
Older children who remember Goodnight Moon will appreciate this parody.

Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich by Adam Rex
This book is full of monster nonsense.  It's great for older kids to read to themselves.  It's a bit long as a read aloud for me.

(last year's halloween book list)


  1. We got one from the library recently that is just about the cutest ever! My boys want to read it over and over every night. It's called "Ghost House" by Kazuno Kohara. It makes them giggle : )


  2. I picked up "Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich" at the library this past week for my 4-year old. Realized my mistake as we sat down to read it and I opened the first page. :-) But he still got a kick out of it.


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