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More FREE Children’s Halloween eBooks (Kindle Edition)

FREE to download, 3 more Free Halloween eBooks for children. A Kindle is not required to download and view.

A Bootiful Halloween

Halloween: 20+ Scary Stories & Ghost Stories (FREE Halloween Coloring Book and Games Included) (Scary Halloween Stories)

Halloween Kids Book: Maddix The Spunky Monkey’s Halloween Surprise (Children’s Picture Book)

5 Free Kid’s Halloween eBooks (Kindle Edition)

The following Halloween eBooks are FREE to download. Your kids are sure to love them! A Kindle is not required to download these eBooks.

Halloween Jokes (Halloween Costume Books)

10 Little Ghosts (A Counting Picture Book)

“Growing Up Online” eBook




eBook featuring NBC News Journalists Provides Internet Safety Tips for Parents, Teachers and Kids in Spanish and English

In support of National Internet Safety Month in June, NBCUniversal’s The More You Know, in collaboration with NBC News, has launched Growing Up Online, a free, interactive eBook for parents, teachers and kids about digital literacy and Internet safety. The first release from The More You Know Learning Series, Growing Up Online offers informative, media-rich tools to help parents in discussions with their children about using technology responsibly and safely, as well as entertaining video comic books focused on real-life situations that might arise when kids go online. The eBook features NBC News journalists including Brian Williams, Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker and Dr. Nancy Snyderman speaking about the importance of keeping kids safe online.

Growing Up Online is available as a free download on Apple’s iBookstore for iPad and iPad Mini, Barnes and Noble’s Nook Tablet, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Kobo, as well as online for desktop and laptop viewing at

“When 52% of children have access to a mobile device and one in three kids has experienced cyberbullying, we are proud to provide resources and tools so that people can address the pressing issue of how to navigate the digital world securely,” said Beth Colleton, NBCUniversal Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility.

In collaboration with leading experts from Common Sense Media and NetSmartz Workshop (an education program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children), Growing Up Online addresses the increasing concern around kids’ online privacy issues and cyberbullying in a unique way.