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5 Halloween Books Babies + Toddlers Will Love

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We LOVE books in our household! Sitting down together to read a book is really the only activity that the boys will do together with out trying to wrestle each other…(boys🙄) So we end up reading A LOT!

I thought I’d share with you our top 5 books for the Halloween season👻🎃

If You’re Spooky and You Know It
1. Toddlers and baby’s alike will be dancing along to this cute little Halloween favorite! If You’re Spooky and You Know It, is of course based off the classic children’s song: If You’re Happy and You Know It! It’s full of super cute monsters and ghouls, who will be clapping along with your baby!

Halloween ABC
2. A simple option for babies and toddlers learning their ABC’s is the adorable book, Halloween ABC. The fun illustrations in this little alphabet book will have your baby pointing and turning pages all on their own!

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat! (A Board Book)
3.The old lady is at it again! Another edition of the popular classic The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. It’s sure to have your toddler laughing along!

Goodnight Goon: a Petrifying Parody
4.My ultimate favorite of the list is the spooky twist on ever popular, Goodnight Moon. Goodnight Goon is so cute and clever! Any child who loves Goodnight Moon will get a kick out of this parody.

All Aboard the Spooky Express!
5.Toddlers and young children alike will fall in love with this Halloween version of The Polar Express. It takes kids on a thrilling train ride! They’ll be asking to read it every Halloween season!

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I know I said five but here’s a bonus!! Babies and toddlers will love looking through Peek-a-Flap BOO , either with you or on their own! The bright and glossy illustrations are beautiful and eye catching for the young and young at heart! It boasts lots of peek through holes and over 10 chunky flaps! It also has lots of little facts hidden inside for all ages to enjoy, like the fact that most pumpkins are grown on farms in Illinois and bats are the only mammals that can fly! I’d have to say this is Radley’s ultimate favorite right now!

-Corinne

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