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Top Halloween Board Books for Toddlers Under $7

My toddler loves for me to read to her, so I’m always looking for new books to buy her. She does have her favorite books, most notably Elmo’s Play Day which came with a little stuffed Elmo that my mom got for her. She also loves her My Big Animal Book which she got as a gift for her first birthday. She will bring them to me at least 10x a day herself and sit on my lap with it so that I can read it to her. Both of these are board books, so she can’t destroy them in a day which is perfect for this age.

Since Halloween is coming up, I took to the web to find some very new Halloween board books for her.

I am most excited about #1 & #2.

 

1 because she is absolutely in love with anything Mickey Mouse Club right now and 2 because her favorite word right now to say is Doggie, although sounds more like Dowee. 🙂

So here are the ones I found that had some of the best reviews and were under $7. 

 

Enjoy!

 

#1


Haunted Clubhouse (Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse)

Its almost Halloween and Mickey and the gang are getting ready for their big Clubhouse Halloween party. But will they be able to turn the Clubhouse into the spookiest haunted house in time?

 

#2


Halloween Dogs

Woof, woof, it’s Halloween! This fun touch-and-feel board book is packed full of spooky canine fun. There are great pictures of cute dogs and puppies enjoying Halloween night to look at, and fun rhymes to read, too. A paw-fect gift for Howl-loween!

 

#3


Where Is Baby’s Pumpkin? (Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books)

In Karen Katz’s distinctive style, an adorable baby searches throughout the house for her pumpkin. Is the pumpkin under the leaves, behind the curtain, under the bed? NO! But Baby finds many other surprises as a ghost, a witch’s hat, cute-as-a-button bats, and candy apples are found beneath each flap. Finally after Baby finds her pumpkin, she’s ready to go trick-or-treating and the final flap reveals a Halloween extravaganza!

 

#4

Pumpkin Patch Party (A Chunky Flap Book)

What could be more fun than a party on Halloween night with the Sesame Street gang?  Toddlers can lift the flaps to see what suprises the pumpkim patch holds – a dancing scarecrow, a spooky moon, and a ghost with a strong resemblance to … Big Bird!

 

#5


Who’s There on Halloween?

Who’s There On Halloween? encourages readers to play along and use the clues to name the holiday characters hidden inside. Featuring charming text by Pamela Conn Beall and Susan Hagen Nipp and adorable illustrations by Charles Reasoner, these two Halloween books are sure to delight and entertain.

 

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Tasha
    October 4, 2013 at 9:54 am

    These books sound great! My little nephew would love them all 🙂

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    Amanda @ adorkablii
    October 4, 2013 at 10:03 am

    Ahhh, Jaiden would love these!!! This would be so great since right now at school he has a 100 book challenge and comes home with a new book everyday plus he has Library and gets another book to read!!

  • Reply
    Jasmine
    October 4, 2013 at 2:07 pm

    So cute!! I have to look into these some more for my youngest. He loves books! Mickey Mouse is cute! Thanks for sharing!

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    Growing Up Madison
    October 4, 2013 at 3:42 pm

    I love Karen Katz books but I have to keep them away from Madison. She tends to grab them and rip them if there are flaps to be raised. Great selection of books.

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