Reading with Littles: 8 Books to Read with Your Toddler this Halloween

In the past I’ve dedicated my Sunday posts to a series called “Sunday Songbird” – but today we’re changing things up a little bit.  Maybe we could call this “Sunday Bookworm”?  Okay so it doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but we’ll roll with it anyways…

Reading with Littles: Halloween 2017 THE HWL 2

Just like his mama, my two year old is already an avid “reader” – even if he can’t actually read yet.

We’ve always read together throughout the day, and at bedtime, starting when he was only a newborn. And now that he is really getting into his favorites, and bringing them to me, calling out “Mama!” followed by toddler names such as “hoo book” (owl book), “arm book” (farm book), or “uck book” (truck book), our reading time is getting all the more precious…and demanding…

Do you have a little reader in your life?  If so, check out this collection of some of our favorite Halloween themed books, many of which we have been enjoying all year long!
Reading with Littles: Halloween 2017 THE HWL 1

Reading with Littles: 8 Books to Read with Your Toddler this Halloween:

 

Little Owl’s Night – Divya Srinivasan

Mouse’s First Halloween – Lauren Thompson

Where’s Boo? – Salina Yoon

The Spooky Express Oregon – Eric James*
*Find your state here!

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown – Kara McMahon

The Great Pumpkin Returns – Jason Cooper

Little Blue Truck’s Halloween – Alice Schertle

Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins – James Dean

What are some of your favorite Halloween books to read with your toddler or little one?  Share the names below and give us some more ideas to add to our library for next year!

 

*This post contains Amazon Affiliate links, which means I receive compensation if you make a purchase using one of these links. Just another way to share my favorite items with you while supporting this blog!
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