Fun Halloween Children’s Books

Now that it’s finally October, we can get really excited about Halloween!

 But seriously, we at the Book Table are really excited for this Halloween season!

And to help get you excited, we’ve set up a couple of displays around the store filled with great Halloween products.

This post is all about the children’s books that we’ve pulled in this year, but be sure to check back often to hear more about our fun product!

Scaredy Squirrel Prepares for Halloween by Melanie Watt

This cute book is all about preparing your little ones for the spookiest night of the year! Featuring a guide to picking out a costume and instructions on how to carve a pumpkin, this book is great for any first-time trick-or-treater, as well as any parent or child who is just a little scared of Halloween. Scaredy Squirrel is a great way to help kids understand that it’s okay to be scared, and teach them good ways to deal with those feelings.

The House That Drac Built by Judy Sierra

This is the house that Drac built. Inside there’s a bat and a cat and a werewolf and a mummy and a monster and–


Who is that knocking at the door?

One by one, a bat, a cat, a werewolf, a monster, a mummy, a zombie, and other frightful creatures emerge in the dark house. They chase, wrestle, and roar–until the doorbell rings and in walks a group of fearless trick-or-treaters who know exactly what to do.

Trick-Or-Treat: A Happy Haunter’s Halloween by Debbie Leppanen

This frighteningly funny collection of Halloween poems is perfect for sharing!

Trick-or-Treat: A Happy Haunter's HalloweenIt’s that time of year again…

The wind is howling,
the leaves are blowing.
A sliver of moon
is barely showing.

And the happy haunters are ready for a monstrous good time! In this collection of fifteen sweet, silly, and seriously fun rhyming poems, young readers will meet hungry ghouls, sneaky ghosts, and frisky skeletons, all who love partying in the moonlight. It’s a Halloween spook-tacular like no other!

What do you think? Leave a comment here!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s