I love board books and their sturdy durable goodness! They can be shoved in my purse and carted around, p I don’t feel like I am going to lose it when I see my toddlers walking around the house carrying them by just-one-page. Little kids can be rough on books, but board books give them the security of being able to read independently and freely. And since it is Halloween I feel like I need to share some of my favorite Halloween board books.
Simple illustrations with color being the main focus. I love that this book is Halloween, but also tackling a little learning by teaching kids about colors.
A fun lift the flap (do watch these fragile paper flaps with little fingers) guessing game to find out who is hiding in the dark, featuring a wide variety of Halloween haunts.
A classic book in board book form. A witch adds more and more friends to her broom ride and when something bad happens to her, they come to her rescue!
A sweet little calm story about a visit to the pumpkin patch
A parody of Goodnight Moon with all sorts of monsters struggling to get to bed.
Poor little Oscar the wiener dog, always being made fun of, can you imagine what will happen when his mom buys him a hot dog costume for Halloween?!
A fun interactive book with sturdy flaps that make different monsters–change just the feet, or just the head and create a whole new monster.
Is lost on Halloween, but finds some help in a friendly witch passing by.
A simple sturdy lift the flap book featuring familiar Halloween sights.
A counting book featuring 10 little witches on Halloween night.
When three racoons run off with farmer McDonald’s prize pumpkin, the Brave Little camper saves the Halloween parade.
A fun interactive book, that has kids turning pages, ringing doorbells, and pushing buttons.
A sturdy lift the flap featuring fun Halloween facts and cute illustrations
Lift the flaps that hide Halloween creatures and ideas
Not technically a board book, but a FAVORITE of my toddlers and babies. Each page has a lift-the-flap hiding fun monster bugs