Some of My Favorite Halloween Board Books

Below are some spooky Halloween board books for your little ghosts and goblins to enjoy.

Count to five forwards and backwards in these books filled with Halloween treats.

Five Little Pumpkins written by Rosie Greening and illustrated by Lara Ede, Make Believe Ideas, 2016

Five Little Pumpkins illustrated by Ben Mantle, Tiger Tales, 2010

Five Spooky Pumpkins written by Danielle McLean and illustrated by Roisin Hahessy, Tiger Tales, 2019

Have fun with this rhyming text while finding geometric shapes.

Pumpkin Shapes written and illustrated by Charles Reasoner, Picture Window Books, 2015

Join Duck and Goose as they search for a pumpkin.

Duck & Goose, Find a Pumpkin written and illustrated by Tad Hills, Schwartz & Wade, 2009

These two boo books will keep spines tingling as readers find surprises on each page!

Boo (Peek-a-Flap) written by Rosa Von Feder and illustrated by Gaby Zermeño, Cottage Door Press, 2017

Boo! written by Jonathan Litton and illustrated by Fhiona Galloway, Tiger Tales, 2015

Everybody loves a party – especially a pumpkin party with all your friends!

Pumpkin Party! written by Maudie Powell-Tuck and illustrated by Gill Guile, Tiger Tales, 2015

Don’t forget a Halloween witch with push, pull, and slide fun.

My Magical Witch written and illustrated by Yujin Shin, Abrams Appleseed, 2021

Look at this sweet little pumpkin. Not all Halloween books have to be spooky.

You’re My Little Pumpkin Pie written and illustrated by Natalie Marshall, Silver Dolphin Books, 2018

Here’s a classic Halloween book about friendship written in high-flying rhyme!

Room on a Broom written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, Dial Books, 2012

And one last spooky lift-the-flap ghost book with lots of ghoulish surprises.

Ghost in the House written by Ammi-Joan Paquette and illustrated by Adam Record, Candlewick, 2015

Be sure to share these devilishly fun Halloween books with your youngsters!

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