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Have you ever wondered how to share your love for reading and books with your sweet little one if they can’t even spell or write A-B-C correctly yet? They say the best way to make a toddler learn how to hold a pen is by showing them how to use it first, and that’s precisely what coloring books are used for.
Halloween Coloring Books for Kids

So if you are looking for a way to introduce your young toddler or a young sibling to the spooky October festival of Halloween, pumpkins, and trick-or-treats because they are not old enough to read a book on their own; then there’s no better way than to indulge them into coloring. 

It will increase their focus and keep them entertained with engaging characters, spooky, creepy themes, and amusing illustrations. Here are our top ten recommendations for Halloween coloring books -

1. Square Halloween: Colour
by Number Book

Square Halloween

This is a fantastic Halloween coloring book for toddlers and kids. It’s a 3x3mm section square Halloween color book that is their newest spooky Halloween addition in this size. A quick flip-through will tell you that it has a creepy black and white-edged first nameplate and a ‘try-your-palette’ page, which is also given on the book's back cover. 

Some examples of the colors that the kids are supposed to paint are also given at the back. You would have to refer to the color palette and fill in the boxes accordingly to make a Halloween-themed picture come to life. You can find the book here.

2. Creepy Chibi: Cute Horror Coloring Book 

Creepy Chibi

It’s a fun spooky coloring book of Kawaii horror characters and is entirely a collection of 25 different horror characters. Chibi here means something cute and doll-sized, so all of these creepy villains and Halloween characters are given a doll-sized pretty makeup, making them fun to color. 

There are many character references to some infamous horror movies, like there’s a page for Chucky - the killer doll, then a page for the twins in the Shining film, and Frankenstein’s monsters. You can find the book here.

3. Cute and Spooky Colouring Book by Jade Summer

Cute and Spooky Colouring Book

This one is a Halloween coloring book for both adults and kids for relaxation and fun. The images are pretty cute and simplistic and are graphed on just one side of the book with the other left blank. There are spooky scenes and creatures like a cat in a skull mug, an almost decaying wooden haunted house with pumpkins scattered around, bats and scare-crows. You can find the book here.

4. Spooky Spooky Spooky: A Halloween Coloring Book by Mindfully Delicious Coloring

Halloween Coloring Book

There are thirty-two Halloween-themed, accessible-to-color illustrations in this book. The images are single-sided, and there are many simplistic but spooky images like that of a scarecrow, ghosts, skulls, pumpkins, a scary tree trunk, along with many doodle designs to fill color into. A few Halloween-themed mandalas can be spotted, too, and will be fun to paint. You can find the book here.

5. Halloween Color by Number for Kids by Annie Clemens

Color by Number books

It’s a large print activity book for kids and toddlers. There are twenty and more original Halloween and fall-themed illustrations to color and celebrate the first few spookiest Halloween Octobers of their life. 

Illustrations of bats, vampires, witches, lanterns, and haunted mansions are displayed on one side of the book to avoid the color bleeding through to the other pages. You may also find a bonus set of duplicates that can be recreated with friends and siblings. You can find the book here.

6. Trick or Treat by Astrid Tingey

Trick or Treat

This is another Halloween-themed color book for your kids and you as well. Trick or Treat is the best part of Halloween, and this book is filled with unique devils, Dracula, zombies, sorceresses, and many more ghostly figures to color. You can find the book here.

7. Halloween Coloring Book for Kids by Osborne Editorials

Halloween Coloring Book

This Halloween coloring book has a premium cover with pure white paper and absolutely no duplicate images. The illustrations and Halloween-themed designs are made on a single side of the color book and are suitable for toddlers and preschoolers. Spooky pictures include sketches of skeletons, trick or treaters, cats, owls, sweets, and much more. You can find the book here.

8. Halloween Princess Coloring Book by Alisa Cline

Halloween Princess Coloring Book

Every kid is different, and not everyone enjoys the goriness of Halloween; some kids like this festival with a pinch of fairy magic, and if your kid is like that, then this book is suitable for their needs. The illustrations consist of varying Princess suitable for both boys and girls. You can find the book here.

9. Little Vampire: Coloring Book for Kids
by Creative Kid Material

Little Vampire

A vampire-themed coloring book for Halloween is all that you’re looking for this October. This color and activity book will be your child’s best friend if they love vampires and bats. There are 58 pages in total to color, and kids from age 4 to 12 can keep themselves busy with this in the Halloween break. You can find the book here.

10. Zombie Coloring Book for Kids by James Manning

Zombie Coloring Book

Nothing more fun than coloring a bunch of brain-dead zombies, right? This coloring book provides in total 38 zombie coloring pages suitable for kids and toddlers. In addition, you’ll be given free access to 6 PDF files of over 200 different coloring pages that your child can immerse themselves in. Suitable for kids of 8 to 12 years old. The coloring book has in total 80 pages with included fun activities. You can find the book here.

Conclusion -
The purpose of each of these coloring books is that your kids can stay focused and busy on Halloween. The illustrations are age-appropriate and are in no way gory. Instead, these illustrations uniquely include common Halloween themes like little pumpkins, monsters, supernatural creatures, fairies, witches, skulls, etc. 

These books will help make your kid learn about the festival and in developing their creative side. So what are you waiting for? Gift these books to your kids today. 


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