What to Read Wednesday: Halloween Books for Kids

Halloween Books for Kids

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My kids have loved to play ‘dress up’ ever since they were little, so naturally, Halloween is one of their favorite holidays. They start planning their epic costumes months in advance and cannot wait to visit the costume shop when it opens in September. We focus on the not-so-scary aspects of Halloween each year as we enjoy fun time together as a family exploring the corn maze, picking out the perfect carving pumpkins, and enjoying the cooler weather outside. Our family also loves to get into the spirit of the season with our favorite books–many we’ve read year after year.

 

Today, we are sharing our favorite Halloween books for kids and hope you’ll find something on our list that you will enjoy as much as we do. If you have any suggestions for us, please leave your ideas in the comments below.

Happy reading!









Our favorite Halloween books

Fun, not scary, Halloween books to share with kids of all ages.

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Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.

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    Wow, you really made my day! Thanks so much for featuring my games post from last week and have a great rest of the week yourself!

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      So happy to see your links each week, Lisa! 🙂

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