Halloween is almost here and it's the perfect time to read a spook-tacular book.
Here are a few not too spooky Halloween books for our young readers:
Go away, big green monster! by Ed Emberely
Die-cut pages through which bits of a monster are revealed are designed to help a child control nighttime fears of monsters.
Does a cow say boo? by Judy Hindley
Children on a farm want to know which creature says "boo," and learn about animal sounds as they search.
Room on the broom by Julia Donaldson
A witch finds room on her broom for all the animals that ask for a ride, and they repay her kindness by rescuing her from a dragon.
Otter loves Halloween! by Sam Garton
Otter and Teddy celebrate Halloween.
Big pumpkin by Erica Silverman
A witch trying to pick a big pumpkin on Halloween discovers the value of cooperation when she gets help from a series of monsters.
The little old lady who was not afraid of anything by Linda Williams
A little old lady who is not afraid of anything must deal with a pumpkin head, a tall black hat, and other spooky objects that follow her through the dark woods trying to scare her.
For our older readers looking for a scary story to tell in the dark:
Scary stories to tell in the dark by Alvin Schwartz
This spooky addition to Alvin Schwartz's popular books on American folklore is filled with tales of eerie horror and dark revenge that will make you jump with fright.
In a creepy, creepy place and other scary stories by Judith Gorog
A collection of scary stories with unpredictable events and bizarre characters.