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Book Characters of Halloween Past

Book Characters of Halloween Past

My love for Book Character Halloween costumes can be directly linked to my own childhood. Yes, this is a classic case of “reliving my childhood through my children”. See, when I was a kid, we didn’t celebrate Halloween. In fact, the first time I ever went trick or treating was with my first son when he was one years old. In my childhood, there was no costumes or traipsing through the neighborhood on a candy quest. Instead, we went to bed early with the lights off and we did not answer the door.

Which means, I’ve spent Halloweens as a Mom squeezing as many book related Halloween costumes in our lives as possible. I can’t help it! My kids indulge me (even if that means they get two costumes – the one I want and the one they want). And I’ve marked off quite a few off on my personal list of book characters. There are a few characters I am still wanting to do, but that will happen!

I thought it would be fun to share the Book Character costumes of our past. Maybe you need some last minute inspiration! Maybe not, but join me on this literary tour!

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Max of Where The Wild Things Are (photo by Rivers West Photography):

The Man with the Yellow Hat and Curious George:

Madeline (would you believe I ordered this costume when she was 6 weeks old?):

Everyone’s favorite Dragons Love Tacos:

A dancing Peacock inspired by Molly Idle’s Flora and the Peacock book: 

Ninja inspired by Arree Chung’s Ninja Books:

Llama, Llama Red Pajamas:

Harry Potter Characters:

Pinkalicious and her brother, Peter:

Mo Willems with a few of his characters (The Pigeon, Piggie and Gerald and Knuffle Bunny) in his studio:

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