Halloween Books We Love

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I can’t say it tops Christmas, but almost in our house.  Our family has always loved (ok had an obsession) with Halloween.  It starts in early September when we bring out the Halloween books, mid-September trips to the pumpkin patch, and then of course our decorations are always up before October.  I love to bring out holiday books because they have a sort of unique novelty to them.  The kids love to look through them, and say “oh I remember this one!”.  It seems to also refuel their interest in reading, and most importantly, it’s FUN.  I hope you will check out and enjoy some of our family favorites that our 8, 6, and 2 year old love!  What are some of your Halloween Favorites?

The 13 Nights of Halloween by Guy Vasilovich

Max’s Halloween by Rosemary Wells

Skeleton for Dinner by Margery Cuyler

Ten Timid Ghosts by Jennifer O’Connell

Pete the Cat Five Little Pumpkins by James Dean

Goodnight Goon by Michael Rex

Witches Four by Marc Brown

Pop-Up Surprise Haunted House by Roger Priddy and Sarah Powell

Monster Needs A Costume by Paul Czajak

Valentine’s Day Books: Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine

Looking for a new Valentine’s Day read for your kids? If you liked the Amelia Bedelia series as a child you will love the newer versions for this generation, including Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine. As she awaits the arrival of Valentine’s Day, Amelia Bedelia can hardly contain her excitement for exchanging Valentine’s Day cards, a party at school, and a big long family hug. Getting to know the whimsicle child version of Amelia is refreshing, and will not disappoint!