Good Books to Read for Halloween
Finding good books to read for Halloween does not need to be difficult. To help you out, we have a list of some great classics for all ages. Whether you are reading to a l good books to read ittle one or are ready to curl up with a good spooky story of your own, we have something for everyone with our 2012 Halloween reading list.
Baby Books for Halloween
When looking for a good Halloween themed baby book, you want to make sure you get something that isn’t too scary but will still keep their attention. Here are two good choices to get you started.
One, Two… Boo! by Kristen L. Depken and Claudine Gevry is a good Halloween themed book to read to babies and toddlers. With great artwork and a simple story that includes counting – of course – this is a good value.
Where Is Baby’s Pumpkin? (a Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Book) is a cute delivery system that allows for an old school book to become interactive – via flaps that hide pictures.
Halloween Books for Little Children
As children get older, they want more action and for the story to be a bit scarier – but not TOO scary. The good news is that there are quite a few books good for children in this age range. Here are a couple of them.
The Night Before Halloween by Natasha Wing is over a decade old now, but it is as popular as over because it is a great story for younger children.
The Berenstain Bears Trick or Treat by Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain is great if you are looking for a classic that will appeal to a wide range of children.
Spooky Books for Older Children
For older children, finding a great Halloween book can be quite a challenge. There are some very good choices, however, and we have two that you should really check out.