The Girls Spooky Books

With Halloween just around the corner what should you find on the bookshelves? Well Halloween books of course.
A selection of Halloween books

Here is the selection that’s on my girls’ bookshelves this year alongside their autumn books, but I'm sure this collection will grow.
  • Angelina's Halloween by Katherine Holabird
  • Emily Brown and the Thing by Cressida Cowell
  • The Princess and the Wizard by Julia Donaldson
  • Winnie the Witch by Valerie Thomas
What are your favourite Halloween stories for children?


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  1. Ahhh these books look great, my daughter would love them and so perfect for this time of year xx #KLTR

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    1. They sure are. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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  2. This is perfect as i was just looking for some new books, I love the sound of the princess and the wizard. thanks for sharing #MarvMondays

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    1. Pleased to be able to help. She also wrote The Gruffalo so it's a sure hit.

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  3. Oh how I miss having little ones and reading these types of books with them. My two would have loved these. Have fun reading with your little ladies x #MMBC

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  4. Ooh, spooky books are always fun at this time of year.
    My grandchildren are a little too young for these atm. Maybe next year :-)
    #KLTR

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  5. Ooo good idea to theme the books, i love angelina and winnie the witch. Enjoy! #triballove

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  6. We are fans of Winnie the Witch here! Strangely, my son is scared of all Halloween stuff but loves Winnie.

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  7. My kids were always such scardy cats, these look adorable #mg

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  8. What a great little collection of books. Winnie the witch just brought back memories! I may have to see if I can get hold of a copy for our little ones :-) Thanks for sharing this on #MarvMondays. Emily

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  9. I love it when there are seasonal books to encourage reading. I like Winnie the Witch best! Thanks for linking up with #KLTR

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    1. I do too. Winnie the Witch is good but a little too old for the girls at the moment.

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  10. We don't have any Halloween books yet! Hopefully soon! #kltr

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  11. I've just shared a post with mine and someone also recommended The Princess and The Wizard, I'll have to put that on our list. I picked up Winnie the Witch Flies Again in a charity shop, but we've not read the original, so another for my wish list!! x

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    1. I've not seen any Halloween's childrens books in charity shops recently so well done on the find

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  12. Oh I should have read this last week as Halloween was such fun! You should add Room on the Broom to this list which is awesome.
    Thanks for linking up to #kltr

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