The top 8 children's books for Halloween

These books can assist your kids to get more enthusiastic about the spookiest time of the year. Grab a nice book and start reading as you're getting ready for Halloween with all your favorite rituals on October 31! In Montessori Hacienda Heights CA librarians encourage their little ones to read these books during Halloween time.

  1. Ten Little Monsters by Mike Brownlow

    This is a beautiful tale to read aloud to young children since there are so many interesting details to point out and discuss as the brave explorers come across spiders, werewolves, and other headless knights. These substantial board books, which are a part of the Ten Little collection that also includes Princesses and Dinosaurs, are excellent buys that are well worth your money.

  2. Room On The Broom: Whoosh! Went the Witch by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

    This interactive version provides the ideal introduction to the best-selling tale and is a wonderful way to introduce not only witches and brooms into your child's imagination but also the wonders of Donaldson's witty, rhyming text that never fails to entertain. In Fullerton CA preschools, toddlers love pushing the big button to hear the whooshing wind. Stories of Wizards and Witches by Enid Blyton

    Sharing a frightening story every day this month is fun, and there is just enough time to fit in a bumper collection of 25 tales. The stories in this book are just long enough for bedtime, making it perfect for cool fall evenings.

  3. Daisy and The Trouble with Vampires by Kes Grey with illustrations by Nick Sharratt and Garry Parsons

    The protagonist of this series is Daisy, a little child who, although having the best of intentions, inevitably finds herself in trouble. It is ideal for beginning readers.

  4. Meg And Mog by Helen Nicholl and Jan Pienkowski

    Daisy, a little girl who always manages to get herself into trouble despite her best efforts, is the subject of this television series. For beginning readers, it is ideal.

  5. Four Silly Skeletons by Sue Hendra

    Meg is the best and funniest witch there is, and this board book is the ideal way to introduce the unfortunate protagonist to Montessori children. Meg had planned to attend a Halloween party with some of her witchy pals, but in typical Meg fashion, everything—even her costume—doesn't go as planned.

  6. Molly Maybe and The Ghost Train by Kristina Stephenson

    The most recent book in the series, Molly Maybe and The Ghost Train illustrates that Molly Maybe is a tenacious little child who isn't afraid to get her hands dirty.

    Mr. Tickle and the Scary Halloween

    Join Mr. Tickle, a beloved character from the original Mr. Men series, and impish Little Miss Scary on a Halloween adventure. The pictures in this little book are vivid and vibrant, making it interesting for young readers. Along with Mr. Happy, Little Miss Magic, and a surprise mystery ghost, there is also Mr. Men: Halloween Party.