Scholastic Has The Best Halloween Books! ~ Dallas Mom Blog and Fort Worth Mom Blogger: Trendy Mom Reviews
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Friday, October 12, 2018

Scholastic Has The Best Halloween Books!

Halloween is just around the corner which makes this a great time of year to give extra attention to reading.  Nothing is better than the fall weather and cozying up with your little ones to read spooky books.  In today's post, I'll share some fantastic Halloween books that will engage your little ghosts and goblins.

Let's start with my source for the best Halloween books for kids - Scholastic. Simply enter "Halloween" into the search box and you'll find a large selection of festive books.   Let me share several for different ages that we personally love.

Let's start with my toddler who loves the Haunted Halloween book by Sue Fliess and illustrated by Jay Fleck. This trendy book is full of spooky characters and makes counting fun!

The next book is A Werewolf Named Oliver James by Nicholas John Frith. This book is perfect for children with big imaginations as the main character turns into a werewolf. I won't spoil the surprises in this book, but it's spooky and imaginative!

Bobs and Tweets Trick or Tweets by Pepper Springfield and illustrated by Kristy Caldwell is an engaging book that my oldest son loves. I won't spoil the story for you, but this book is fun to read because it's easy to relate to the excitement of Trick or Treating on Halloween. The book is filled with colorful characters and fun twists!

Scholastic's Goosebumps books are iconic!  My oldest son reads them year-round, but they are especially fun to read around Halloween. There are two Goosebumps books that you will definitely want to check out - Goosebumps Haunted Halloween Novel and Goosebumps Haunted Halloween Slappy's Return.  These books are fun to read, especially with the movie release!  My son reads them cover-to-cover without taking a break.  It's fun to see him so excited about reading.

Finally, let me share a couple of spooky Halloween books for older kids. The Haunting of Hounds Hollow by Jeffrey Salane is a great book for kids who love mysteries, especially with a haunted twist such as living in a creepy manor and creepy dogs prowling at night.   A Witch Alone by James Nicol is another book that has raves reviews and is a good fit to read at Halloween.  While the main character needs to be brave, my son told me that he needed to be brave too because the book was a little scary. (That's a big complement from my son!)  I won't spoil the story for you, but I'll tell you that it is a high energy book with magic, courage, and friendship.

We hope that you enjoy the next few weeks that lead up to Halloween and have a chance to cozy up with your little ones to enjoy spooky Halloween books together!

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