Halloween: 10 not-so-scary books for young readers

Halloween brings a whole new genre of children's books and they don't have to be scary. For young readers – and their parents – looking for a good read on Pumpkin Day, here are 10 fun and lighthearted Halloween books. 

By , Monitor Contributor

1. 'Thirteen Nights of Halloween,' by Rebecca Dickinson

This rhyming story follows the same rhythm as the classic holiday song "Twelve Days of Christmas." In this version, a shy goblin gives his sweetheart a special present for all 13 nights of Halloween.

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