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Five spooky kids' books for Halloween

Curl up with your child and a creepy read this Halloween


Posted: 20 October 2013
by Junior


 4 of 5 

Frank N Stan by M P Robertson Frances Lincoln, £11.99, 4+

An intelligent take on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, in which a little boy decides to build a robot to be his friend. There’s a comic twist when there is a new baby in the fold, but it’s the robot who feels left out and leaves home. The reunion is heart-warming and reassuring – a quirky refreshing rendering of a familiar topic make this a good book to read with siblings with a new baby in the house.

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