“Spooky,” said Fawn. “It is almost Halloween. Do you want to come trick-or-treating with Spot and I?”
“Gee,” said Spooky, who was hiding behind a curtain in his room. “I don’t know if I want to go trick-or-treating.”
“Why not?” asked Fawn. “It is fun.”
“I don’t want to be the only ghost out on Halloween night,” said Spooky.
“You won’t be,” said Fawn.
“Why, do you know any other ghosts?” asked Spooky.
“Yes,” said Fawn. “Spot and I are going to dress up as ghosts.”
“Oh,” said Spooky. “That will be fun. Okay, I will go trick-or-treating.”
Halloween night came and Fawn and Spot dressed up in a ghost costume. They went to Spooky’s haunted house and knocked on the door. Spooky came to the door and both Fawn and Spot laughed when they saw him.
“What an awesome costume?” asked Fawn, when he finished laughing at Spooky’s costume.
“Spooky,” said Spot. “Who helped you design that costume? It is awesome.”
“I did,” said Spooky. “You like it? Or should I have stayed as a ghost?”
“No,” said Fawn. “I like it very much.”
“Me too,” said Spot.
Spooky was dressed up as a cow.
“Well lets go trick-or-treating,” said Fawn.
Spooky, Fawn and Spot had an awesome time trick-or-treating. Everyone loved Spooky’s cow costume and Fawn and Spot’s ghost costumes. Fawn and Spot got a lot of candy. Spooky gave all of his candy to Fawn and Spot because there was no way that he would be able to eat any candy at all.