Four More Halloween Books

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

With Halloween one week away you still have time to snag some of these festive holiday books.

If You're Spooky and You Know It is sung to a familiar tune and encourages little ones to dance around through several different verses. My three-year-old can often be found "reading/singing" this aloud to herself throughout the day. This would be an especially fun book to use at a library story time or Halloween party for kids under the age of five.
Hallowilloween: Nefarious Silliness might have the best title of all times. While this book is probably best suited for ages 4+ we've had success reading a couple of the shorter poems. Some definitely hit the gross factor for older children, while others are just pure nonsense. Plainly put, this book is packed with a great dose of playful poetry.
One Spooky Night: A Halloween Adventure is a book we added to our collection this year and it has quickly become a favorite. With a slightly sparkly cover, vellum pages within that create an eerie overlay, and detailed cutouts, this festive read is perfect for preschoolers.
How to Make Friends with a Ghost might have the most sumptuous autumn toned endpapers of all time. Plus you really ought to be prepared for encountering spirits this season and this humorous handbook will have you scouting supernatural beings like a pro in no time. In addition, this book offers countless opportunities to create book related crafts (just look online). To learn more about the creation of this book listen to this podcast episode.

For more Halloween recommendations check out these nine books from last year. 


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