Looking for Halloween-themed books for your elementary students? These books will be loved by elementary students all October long. Some of these books can be used as read-alouds while some of the others can be independently read by your students. Think about the age of your students when determining which books would be a great fit for your classroom.
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Happy Haunting, Amelia Bedelia by Herman Parish
Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete by James Dean
Ten Timid Ghosts by Jennifer O’Connell
Scary, Scary Halloween by Eve Bunting
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat by Lucille Colandro
Lulu Goes to Witch School by Jane O’Connor
Junie B Jones: Boo…and I Meant It by Barbara Park
Pumpkin Jack by Will Hubbell
Splat the Cat: What Was That? by Rob Scotton
Click, Clack, Boo by Doreen Cronin
Even Monsters Need Haircuts by Matthew McElligott
The Night Before Halloween by Natasha Wing
Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds
Did you see any books that you just have to get for your students? Do you need one of these books quickly? Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime to get these Halloween-themed books in a matter of days. You can also try these books on your Kindle. Try an unlimited 30-day free trial of Amazon Kindle or sign up for the free Kindle Reading app.
What are your favorite Halloween-themed books to read with your students? I’d love to add them to the list. Tell me in the comments below.
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