Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the bookishly inclined team over at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s theme is a Halloween-freebie, so I’ve decided to share ten of my favourite picture books for Halloween picture books!
Go Away Big Green Monster – A perfect monster book for your littlest patrons. Even timid children will enjoy shouting out “go away!” as you disassemble the big green monster.
Creepy Carrots – Jasper Rabbit loves carrots. He eats them all day every day. But what happens when the carrots have had enough…..?
How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? – Fall is all about pumpkins, and this great picture book, with its diverse cast of characters, introduces STEM themes in a fun fall way.
Pumpkin Trouble – Trust Jan Thomas to create a silly, simple pumpkin story that will have kids in stitches!
Where’s My Mummy? – This little baby mummy loves playing hide-and-seek, but who will comfort baby mummy when the deep dark woods spook him? Mommy mummy, of course!
Ghosts in the House! – I love Kazuno Kohara’s minimalist illustrations in this sweet and spooky story of a little girl and her haunted house.
Mouse’s First Halloween – A sweet, not-scary story perfect for the littlest ghouls and goblins.
Pumpkin Eye – A poetic Halloween celebration that’s a little bit spooky, but not too scary.
Peek-A-Boooo! – A fun lift-the-flap book that’s perfect for babies and toddlers.
Have a spooktacular Halloween, everyone!