Inside: 17 Read aloud Halloween Picture Books in Spanish for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and beginner Spanish learners of all ages.
There is no better way to close a busy fall day than with a not-so-spooky Halloween tale.
Even better, a not-so-scary Halloween tale in Spanish for your bilingual little!
That’s why today, I am bringing you 17 not-so-spooky Halloween picture books in Spanish!
Reading is one of the best ways to encourage the minority language in a bilingual household, and that’s why this year, I have dedicated one Monday a Month to Library Lunes, where I compile the best of the best books in Spanish for Children.
Once you have your Halloween selection, you can then brush up on your Halloween vocabulary in Spanish with these vocabulary flashcards and coloring pages. Then, read through your book and see if you can find any of the new vocabulary!
Lastly, you can go on a spooky Halloween scavenger hunt and practice all of your new Halloween words!
Enjoy, and don’t forget to comment below, letting me know which book your preschooler lovers!
When you’re done checking out these Halloween picture books in Spanish, check out these fun Halloween activities too!
- Spider Crafts for Kids
- Free Halloween Activities in Spanish for Kids
- 20 Free Halloween Printables for Preschoolers
*Bilingual Halloween Picture books that are in Spanish & English
By: Ed Vere
Learn about how monsters this Halloween with a wonderful bedtime story for children!
By: Helen Cooper
Three friends make a pumpkin soup for dinner every day. They each have their role in making the soup until one day pato decides to change things up.
By: Benji Davies
Tito and his friends are not scared of anything, until they walk into a haunted house. Find out what mysteries they find inside of the haunted house.
By: Bob Barner
This is a great bilingual story to teach your child about all of the colorful and fun festivities and traditions of Día de los muertos in this beautiful, lyrical text for children.
By: Scott Emmons
Edelmiro, the vampire, does not feel well after eating too much meat and decides to change up his diet a bit and finds quite a surprise. With this fun story-in-rhyme, Edelmiro will help your kids try new and healthy foods this Halloween!
by: Linda Williams
Read about the little only lady who is not afraid of anything, until one night she has the scare of her life!
by H.A. Rey
Jorge el Curioso (Curious George) gets invited to a costume party, but accidentally winds himself up in a table cloth. What might the guests think he is, and will they be scared?
By: Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul
Brunilda loves everything about pumpkins, pumpkin pie, roasted pumpkin, and more. One day she decides to plant some pumpkins, and she has a huge surprise.
By: Eulália Canal
Bear and Groundhog are great friends, but when Bear invites Duck over for a sleepover, Groundhog is not having it. How will Groundhog spook the evening away?
By: Leslie Patricelli
The perfect book to introduce Halloween and all of the fun traditions to your baby or toddler!
By: Julia Donalds
Take your child on a magical broom ride with and her black cat in this fun and witty children’s book.
By: Jonathan London
You child will get a kick out of Halloween with Froggy, who eats chocolate flies!
By: Norman Bridwell
Who didn’t love Clifford the Big Red Dog as a child? Why not join him on his first Halloween in Spanish!
By: Kazuno Kohara
With this story about a haunted house, help your child overcome their fears of ghosts!
By: Gustavo Roldán
Learn all about monsters and all of their scary features this Halloween!
16. Manual de brujas
By: Mónica Carretero
Doña Amarga sends a letter to her niece and nephew asking if they are ready to learn how to be a witch.
Your children will get a Halloween kick out of this witch manual guide.
17. Cosas de Bruja
By: Mariasole Brusa
This witch is so angry.
Why you might ask? Well, because her hair is blue, and she doesn’t want blue hair like the blue fairy. She wants green or blood-red hair.
She’s so mad that she decides to do something spooky.
I hope you enjoyed this list of not-so-spooky Halloween books in Spanish for preschoolers. Drop me a comment below letting me know which book you think your child will love! Don’t forget to subscribe to receive exclusive access to all of our free printables in Spanish!