It’s no secret that I have a bit of a problem when it comes to books. Come in to our home and you’ll find a book in every room. My passion for books, especially children’s books, runs deep. I have storage bins full of children’s books from my teaching days and I can not wait until Henry reaches an age to share them all with him. Thank goodness he takes after his mama, he loves loves loves to read books. Lately, he’s been exploring reading on his own, but most of the time he tracks me down to shove the book he wants to read in my face; I happily oblige.
Along with loving books, I also love to decorate for every season/holiday and with that comes my favorite thing – themed books! Henry is 14 months so we stick to the Halloween board books; we’ve already got a good start to his collection and we really enjoy sitting down and reading together – the flap books have been a favorite.
It’ll be so fun to add to his collection throughout the years. The Halloween board books are short and sweet and will also make great easy readers when he begins to read on his own. Most I have picked up from Home Goods or TJ Maxx, but they can also be found on good ol’ Amazon.
halloween board books for toddlers
Babies Love Halloween – a colorful and sweet book that explores Halloween with chunky, easy to open flaps. It’s a great book to read even with tiny babies.
Halloween Colors – introduces colors with things you would see on Halloween night.
Llama Lama Trick or Treat – Llama gets ready for Halloween by picking out his costume & more!
Where is Baby’s Pumpkin? – another fun flap book! Help baby as she gets ready for trick-or-treating.
Your My Little Pumpkin Pie – a sweet rhyming book with beautiful three dimensional pictures your little one can feel.
Five Little Pumpkins – a funny rhyming book about five pumpkins having fun on Halloween.
Little Blue Truck’s Halloween – this book is especially fun to read when you make the animal sounds too! Lift the flaps to see who is hiding underneath the costume.
What are some of your toddler’s favorite books for Halloween?
Let me know in the comments below!