With thousands of games, books and videos available through Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited the only real challenge is deciding where to begin. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite Halloween-themed tricks and treats to get kids excited about the spooktacular season.

 

BOOK: The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything – This classic children’s book is the perfect way to get young readers in the Halloween spirit and remind them that there’s absolutely nothing to be scared of.

GAME: Room on the Broom: Games – The friendly witch and her broom full of critters from the picture book of the same name serves as the perfect inspiration for some not-too spooky fun, like creating star pictures, feeding a dragon and catching magical letters.

SHOW: Pinkfong Halloween Songs – Pint-sized fans of that Baby Shark earworm will love listening to these silly Halloween songs over and over again.


BOOK: It’s Halloween, I’m Turning Green – This hilarious title in the best-selling My Weird School book series has the students at Ella Mentry School enjoying a very memorable Halloween, trick-or-treating and attempting to eat “a million hundred pounds” of chocolate.

GAME: Toca Boo –  In the wonderful open-ended play style of Toca Boca’s inspiring line of games, intrepid explorers can navigate through a two-story haunted house, discovering hidden surprises and creating some playful scares.

SHOW: Odd Squad: The World Turned Odd – The world gets turned upside down for the Odd Squad when the team accidentally changes the past and reverses every case they’ve ever solved. Fans of the popular PBS series, which turns math learning into odd and mysterious challenges, will love this short movie.


BOOK: The Sixty-Eight Rooms – There’s nothing like a little mystery and suspense to get your young sleuths excited for the spookiest day of the year. This intriguing book series follows the adventures of eleven-year-olds Jack and Ruthie as they get shrunken and have to unravel the secrets hidden inside the 68 miniature rooms known as the Thorne Rooms at the Chicago Art Institute.

GAME: Goosebumps Horror Town – Fans of the thrilling book series will love the challenge of building their own spooky town to fill with Goosebumps monsters. Choose to play either as creepy creatures scaring the townsfolk or rally the humans to scare away the monsters. Either way, it’s a spooky good time.

SHOW: Gortimer Gibbons Life on Normal Street – From ghostly hauntings to a search for mythical treasure, Gortimer and his best friends, Ranger and Mel, spend their days on Normal Street unraveling some very un-normal mysteries.

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