Browse this spooky selection of Halloween books.
With eight fun tabs to pull, kids will love seeing Pete and his buddies' spooky fun Halloween costumes!
In this sturdy tabbed board book from New York Times bestselling creators Kimberly and James Dean, Pete the Cat is almost ready for the Halloween parade. But first, he has to gather all of his friends!
The perfect Halloween gift for your baby or toddler!
With My Baby Loves Halloween, celebrate all the lovely things that Baby discovers about Halloween:
Baby loves the crisp autumn air.
Baby loves candles in pumpkins that grin.
Baby loves candy...
The Vegetables dress up and celebrate Halloween in this latest outing from the hilarious Jared Chapman
It’s Halloween! All the vegetables are excited to dress up for Carrot’s Halloween party. There are spooky costumes and scary costumes. Costumes for feeling fancy and costumes for feeling goofy. But which costume should Carrot wear?
A familiar tune and adorable costumed animals on every page make for a spooktacular Halloween board book!
The ghosts go marching one by one. Hurrah, hurrah!
A line of trick-or-treaters on every page builds young listeners' anticipation as they sing their way through the neighborhood. At the end, lift the double gatefold to reveal a Halloween surprise party!
Join Mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as he decorates all the pumpkins in the patch in this sweet board book from Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond.
Mouse is excited for fall because that means it is time to decorate pumpkins! But one is missing. Where could it have gone?
Go on a haunted Halloween adventure through a spooky house in this spine-tingling, sturdy pop-up book!
Welcome to our Haunted House!
It’s creepy and it’s ghostly.
If you don’t want to lose your way
You’ll need to follow closely.
Welcome to a kid-friendly pop-up book that’s perfect for tiny trick-or-treaters.
Celebrate Halloween with the #1 New York Times best-selling Little Blue Truck and friends.
Beep! Beep! It’s Halloween! Little Blue Truck is picking up his animal friends for a costume party. Lift the flaps in this large, sturdy board book to find out who’s dressed up in each costume! Will Blue wear a costume too?
From author Pamela Jane and New York Times bestselling illustrator Jane Manning comes a delicious Halloween treat for readers to enjoy! Perfect for fans of The Spooky Wheels on the Bus and Ten Timid Ghosts. Now in paperback!
Over in the forest
Where the trees hide the sun
Lived a big mommy monster
From the creators of the New York Times bestsellers How to Babysit a Grandpa and How to Catch Santa comes a silly (and not-too-spooky) send-up of Halloween...and ghosts!
This winning debut picture book from Mexican artist Flavia Z. Drago about finding the courage to make friends is perfect for the spooky season — or anytime.
A hilarious day in the life of two EMS workers who drive an "amboolance," rushing to the aid of injured monsters.
Carve out family time for this clever and humorous Halloween-themed picture book about a skeleton who is falling to pieces that needs help pulling himself together.
Bonaparte is having a tough time. It’s hard for this young skeleton to just hang loose when he can’t keep hold of himself.
Is a vampire still a vampire if his fang is all wobbly? Find out in this funny and endearing spin on the classic first lost tooth story.
Young Dracula loves his fangs. They are pointy. They are sharp!
Perfect for Halloween! This New York Times bestselling read-aloud about a little ghost who tries to find her lost "boo!"--ideal for fans of Five Little Pumpkins and Room on a Broom.
Little Ghost went out in the middle of the night and flew up to someone to give them a fright.
“Lucky kitten, lucky readers: a sweet, special Halloween story.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“This gentle story is a sweet option for a Halloween read-aloud and will please young feline fans any time of the year.” —Booklist
From beloved author-illustrator Nicola Killen comes a charming autumnal story about a
The creators of Pick a Pine Tree are back with a joyful, energetic celebration of a Halloween tradition.
Pick a pumpkin from the patch. Tall and lean or short and fat. Vivid orange, ghostly white, or speckled green, might be just right.
The adorable bears are excited to dress up for Halloween — but are there enough costumes for everyone?
From the celebrated team behind Creepy Carrots!, Aaron Reynolds and Caldecott Honor winner Peter Brown, comes a hilarious (and just a little creepy) story of a brave rabbit and a very weird pair of underwear.
Jasper Rabbit is NOT a little bunny anymore. He’s not afraid of the dark, and he’s definitely not afraid of something as silly as underwear.
This spooky Halloween storybook with glow-in-the-dark pages and stickers stars the beloved Grumpy Cat!
Trick or treat! It's Halloween and the Disney Princesses are celebrating this sweet and spooky season! Cinderella carves pumpkins, Ariel dresses up in costume, and Belle explores the creepy corners of the Beast's castle in this 24-page storybook featuring all-new illustrations.
It's Halloween and the Rainbow Kingdom is in trouble
It’s time for a Halloween costume party with Zoey the chicken!
When everyone is getting ready for the Halloween costume party, Pip’s mask goes missing. It’s up to Zoey the brave chicken and her sidekick Sam to go looking for the missing mask in the spooky barn.
From Dav Pilkey, creator of the #1 New York Times bestselling Dog Man and Captain Underpants series, comes Dragon, the heartwarming hero adored by Dav's youngest readers!Pick a book. Grow a Reader!This series is part of Scholastic's early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read.
Captain Underpants's spookiest - and stretchiest - adventure yet!George Beard and Harold Hutchins are back in a new Halloween adventure! Piqua's biggest pranksters are getting ready for the best holiday ever - Halloween, of course. But their dreams of costumes, candy, and haunted houses go down the drain when Mr.
Trick-or-Treat! Move over, bite-size candy bars, it's time to put some Halloween Mad Libs stories in your pumpkin basket!
What better way to celebrate Halloween than with these 21 new and hilarious fill-in-the-blank Mad Libs stories, full of creepy tales, costumes, and funny frights!
Celebrate Halloween with 50 spooky build ideas, plus an exclusive scary scene model!
Use your LEGO® collection to conjure up a giant bat, a ghost ship, a witch’s house, and many more creepy creations. Plus, challenge your friends to spooky LEGO games.
Create spooky Halloween pictures and foil and rainbow scratch art pictures with this fun art book.
This book includes 30 creative art projects!
Paint a world of spooky fun with stickers!
Step 1: Find the sticker
Step 2: Peel the sticker
Step 3: Place the sticker
…and watch your Halloween painting come to life!
Includes everything you need to create ten sticker paintings on study card stock.
An instant New York Times bestseller!
Goosebumps creator R.L. Stine teams up with the pop-culture phenomenon Garbage Pail Kids for a first-ever GPK illustrated middle-grade series
Welcome to the town of Smellville, where ten kids all live in a big tumbledown house and have as much fun as they possibly can.
The author of wildly popular ghost stories, Mary Downing Hahn has created a group of tales for fans of her "scary but not too scary" books.
The iconic anthology series of horror tales that's now a feature film!
This is a new edition of the complete original book. Stephen Gammell’s artwork from the original Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark appears in all its spooky glory. Read if you dare!
Who better to investigate the literary spirit world than that supreme connoisseur of the unexpected, Roald Dahl? Of the many permutations of the macabre or bizarre, Dahl was always especially fascinated by the classic ghost story.
A 2020 Newbery Honor Recipient!
Christian McKay Heidicker, author of the Thieves of Weirdwood trilogy, draws inspiration from Bram Stoker, H. P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe for his debut middle-grade novel, a thrilling portrait of survival and an unforgettable tale of friendship.
"Clever and harrowing." —The Wall Street Journal