Vooks, the world’s first and only streaming platform (SVOD) bringing storybooks to life through animated video shorts, gets into the Halloween spirit in a family-friendly event kicking off today. All shorts have been curated under the Spooky Season Collection on the platform.

With an emphasis on silly and spooky, Vooks’ Halloween lineup puts the spotlight on six storybook animated video shorts showcasing all the fun of the Halloween season. Featured titles of the shorts include a pair of Jumping Jack Press pop-up fables with Halloween At The Zoo where a colorful collection of elephants, flamingos, hippos, and more get decked out for a night of trick or treating at the zoo; and Happy Howloween, capturing a costumed canine crew as they cavort around the neighborhood on Halloween night. Other highlights include Familius’ spellbinding sing-along If You’re Scary And You Know It and Monster Train, which helps young trick-or-treaters learn their ABC’s; a young ghost named Boo who learns to be brave with some help from his friends in Ghost Afraid Of The Dark from Rainstorm; and the Blue Apple Books offerings Monster, Be Good!, which teaches young readers how to put mischievous monsters in their place, and the creature counting tale Monster Needs One More! which launches in mid-October.

The event is presented by lovable monster twosome—and inseparable best friends—Iz and Norb, whom young readers may recognize from the popular Where Are You? storybook by Jonathan Sundy, as well as from their successful stint co-hosting the virtual summer reading spectacular Camp Vooks. Iz and Norb will be on-hand throughout the month, playing dress-up in an adorable assortment of costumes that finds Iz as a crab, dinosaur, luchador, and more, with Norb as a baseball player, superhero, and cowboy, among others.

Vooks is proud to present a curation of wholesome hijinks with our special collection of Halloween animated storybook shorts,” said Shannon Bex, Vooks Chief Communications Officer and Co-Founder. “Young readers will love Iz and Norb, as they show off their creative costumes and set the tone for charming tales capturing all the fun of the Halloween season.”

Vooks (rhymes with “books”) conveniently highlights special categories targeted to pre-school and elementary-aged readers, as well as the streaming service’s most popular and newly-released animated video shorts, making it a popular platform among parents, caregivers, and teachers, alike. Vooks is the fastest growing company in its class with readers in nearly 200,000 elementary schools in 175 countries, boasting the quickest adoption rate from teachers around the world.

The service is available worldwide and can be enjoyed on all popular devices including Apple’s iPad, iPhone and Apple TV, as well as Android platforms and devices, and Amazon TV Fire Stick. Readers can enjoy unlimited access to the platform’s diverse content library for $4.99 per month or $49.99 a year. The platform also offers a seven-day credit-card free trial for those who would like to interact with Vooks before purchasing.