It’s no mystery that I love children’s books, especially board books for the youngest readers. With a few days left before Halloween, you still have time to go to your favorite bookstore and pickup a Halloween book or two for the little ones in your life. Here are some of the books I am reading this Halloween with my granddaughter.
By Tad Hills (Author and Illustrator)
Duck and Goose look everywhere for a pumpkin. They looked in a log, in a leaf pile, in the apple tree, under water, and on top of a stump, but they couldn’t find their pumpkin anywhere. Thistle had his own pumpkin. Where did Thistle get his? In the pumpkin patch!
This beautifully illustrated storybook by Tad Hills will delight the youngest reader. It is available as a board book, just right for their little hands.
Story by Matt Mitter
Illustrations by Ernie Kwiat
This is a large flap book where the characters ask who is hiding. The question asked on each flap is “Boo! Guess who, Elmo!” When a child opens a flap a different Sesame Street character appears in costume. Additional there is a question for the reader to answer on each page. “What color is the scarecrow’s shirt?” is just one example.
Colorfully illustrated, this board book will appeal to all Elmo and Sesame Street fans.
Story by Matt Mitter
Illustrations by Later, Inc.
This book is so much fun for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse fans. Each page has a different Halloween scene with flap to lift, surprises to find, and all of the favorite clubhouse characters. The story is told in four line rhymes for each scene, and there are different activities for the children to do. On the farm scene the child is instructed to find specific items, and on the haunted house (a friendly haunted house, of course) the child is told to find different shapes. With over fifty to lift, your child will be entertained for hours.
Fisher Price Little People Halloween is Here! (Lift-the-Flap)
By Fisher Price
This fun book by Fisher Price has over 40 flaps for you little reader to lift. All of their favorite little people are here in their Halloween costumes. This book will absolutely delight every young toddler.
Happy Halloween reading!
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