Halloween can be a spooky time of year for young children. They may love the idea of dressing up as their favorite animal or character, but they aren't always too thrilled with other people's costumes. And you never know who or what you'll run into around Halloween! But there is plenty of fun to go around for the little ones too. These books about Halloween can help ease your little one into this fantasy month of pretend.

Where is Baby's Pumpkin?

Lift-the-flap books are always a great adventure for babies and toddlers, and Where is Baby's Pumpkin is no different. Baby is ready to go trick-or-treating, but she can't find her pumpkin anywhere. Your little one will have fun helping Baby and her Halloween friends find her pumpkin in time.

Tucker's Spooky Halloween

When Tucker was just a puppy, his owner dressed him as a pumpkin for Halloween. Now that he's bigger, Tucker wants to be something spooky, but his owner wants him to be something cute. What will Tucker get to be for Halloween?

Where's My Mummy

Where's My Mummy? chronicles a little baby mummy who is looking for his mama. This not-so-scary book highlights a fun game of hide-n-shriek, during which little baby mummy gets frightened. But his mama is there to make everything better.

Halloween Jack

Perfect for babies and toddlers, Halloween Jack features a touch-and-feel cover, flashing lights, electronic moving eyes, and funny rhymes that will keep your children entertained.

Pumpkin Eye

Your preschooler will love this slightly spooky Halloween book, which follows trick-or-treaters on their night of fun. You'll all enjoy the book's depictions of the sights and sounds of Halloween night.

The Night Before Halloween

A silly and spooky twist on a classic poem, The Night Before Halloween is tons of fun. What will happen when kids in costumes meet actual monsters?

Who's There Little Hoo?

This picture book is super cute and your young child will want to read it again and again. Little Hoo is scared when there's a knock on the door, but finds out that Halloween isn't so scary after all.

Max's Halloween

Are Max and Ruby a favorite of your child? Then this book is perfect. Max wants to carry his own trick-or-treat bucket, but Ruby insists on carrying it for him. Will Max ever get his treats?

Trick or treat, give me something good to read. This Halloween, these books will have your children singing a different tune. Show them that there's nothing to be afraid of (except maybe a cavity).