Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 05 Dec 13

God Gave Me You (A Rhyming Picture Book For Young Children And Their Parents)

by Cindy Bracken

Christian Books For Kids

The heavens have billions of stars,
The earth has oceans of blue,
I must have done something right,
Because God gave me you.

God Gave Me You is a beautifully illustrated Christian picture book for young children. Your children will know how grateful to God you are for them when you read this book together. The simple, rhyming text makes for calm, soothing bedtime reading, and your little ones will fall asleep knowing that they are valued and loved.

By bestselling author Cindy Bracken

Children’s Book: The Magical Dragon’s Three Gifts (A Beautifully Illustrated Children’s Picture Book; Perfect Bedtime Story)

by Rachel Yu

Amazon Kindle Best Seller (Rank #1) in Baby-3 and Bedtime & Dreaming categories on Jan. 1, 2012

This fun and entertaining book is full of big, bright, gorgeous colorful illustrations that looks great on the new Kindle Fire tablet.
Add one kind deed, a sprinkle of magical dragon, three dashes of surprising gifts, a smidgen of wicked innkeeper; mix well and you’ll get a mouthwatering, adventurous bowl of Bear Cub’s story time recipe.

Scoop up a spoonful of this delicious book and enjoy.

Follow Bear Cub’s tale as he shows just how far a good heart goes.
** Amazon Prime Members can download this book for FREE! **

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:Bestselling author Rachel, 16 years old, is a young high school student from California who spends her free time using her vivid imagination to write stories. She has an unquenchable passion for science fiction and fantasy. In fact, A Dragon Named Dragon, is inspired by one of her favorite books, Dark Lord of Derkhom, by Diana Wynne Jones. A Dragon Named Dragon children’s picture book is Rachel’s first endeavor to the literary world.
Rachel was recently featured on MTV Geek.

Children’s Book: Michael Learns To Organize (Problem solving for children collection)

by Ilana Tene

Meet Michael.

Michael is a happy, funny, smart and sweet six-year-old boy.

He is also very creative and curious. He likes to explore the way things work; he has a wonderful imagination and loves to invent stories.

But Michael has a little problem.  He is always late because he loses track of time during his activities.

His parents tell him that he must keep better track of time and not let it slip away from him.

How did Michael solve his problem?

Who helped him?

This story deals with the problems of children in time management and organization skills due to distractibility and daydreaming.

It gives two practical and easy solutions for those problems in a clear and interesting story for both children and parents.


One Strange Christmas (A Christmas book for children)

by Nicola Palmer

A Christmas story for children aged 9+ and big kids too.

Jake had been expecting a very ordinary Christmas – until he opened the curtains and saw it. All he had wished for was some snow and a bit of excitement!

Christmas Day brings news reporters, mysterious messages, a magical gift from an unknown friend – and all this before lunch!

A spectacular surprise awaits at the bottom of the garden and before night falls, Jake makes a startling discovery about his future.

Christmas will never be the same again!

Minecraft: Isle of Adventure – A Minecraft Novel

by Best Minecraft Novels

When a pampered young noble finds himself shipwrecked on a magical, monster-filled island, will his sheltered upbringing be enough to keep him alive? Will his new-found magical abilities give him the strength to keep the zombies and skeletons from taking his life? Will he die, lost and alone, marooned on an Island of Death? Or will he survive, thrive, and conquer the mysteries of…The Isle of Adventure?

On sale for a limited time! Grab this best-selling Minecraft novel today!

Step One: Locate Alien Flightsuit

by Tom Deaderick

Six years ago an alien flightsuit exploded in the atmosphere dropping fragments into a long-abandoned iron-mining camp in Bumpas Cove, Tennessee. Appalachian Trail hikers found one small artifact with inexplicable properties. The rest scattered around the deserted camp, until 14 year-old Leo and a uniquely isolated man uncover it. Government agents, a man bent by his own objectives, Leo and his mysterious protector converge on a high cliff face in the mountains along with the alien, who isn’t quite dead.


Life wasn’t always lonely and isolated for 14 year-old Leo. He remembers sitting in his mother’s warm lap with heavy snow falling outside as she read stories he already knew by heart. He drank in her unconditional love, never realizing how rare it was.

Standing outside the little knots of children at school, always outside, his young mind never rests its search for something he can do or say that will make a place for him. But he is failing and beginning to lose hope. The other children’s interests exist in a virtual world of posts and games. It is a world that is inaccessible to Leo. He and his mother have little more than necessities.

Denied a virtual world, he has only the real one. Miles from his little house in Bumpas Cove, Tennessee a chain hangs across an asphalt road crumbled by grass and trees. Beyond the chain, deeper into the wilderness lies an abandoned village where Iron Mountain’s mine workers once lived. Leo spends his days exploring the houses and mine works hidden deep in thousands of acres of mountain forest.

Wading a stream in search of a shortcut, he discovers a white glass-metal sleeve. He slides his arm in but cannot remove it. Leo is forced to recover other scattered pieces that assemble themselves into a full flightsuit, programmed to rescue its alien pilot. Now restored, it prepares for a thousand light-year return trip with Leo trapped inside as it waits for the alien to be restored into Leo’s mind.

Ultimately, Leo stands atop a high cliff, held helpless with the alien casting out his memories one by one, making room for itself. He is prisoner in mind and body.

But others have been drawn to the cliff, each with lives that have set them apart. The outcome will be shaped by their decisions and their own experiences as they face an alien entity that has no regard for their lives.

I See Christmas (A Christmas sight word book for young children – The true meaning of Christmas)

by Cindy Bracken

I See Christmas is an easy-to-read book depicting the the true meaning of Christmas: the birth of Jesus Christ. Child friendly illustrations and simple text will engage early readers. Perfect for preschool and Kindergarten.

Awaking (The Naturals, #1)

by Madeline Freeman

Morgan Abbey’s life is about to change.

Just weeks before the beginning of her senior year, a mysterious stranger approaches Morgan with information that turns her world on end: First, the psychic ability she believes she has just been pretending to have since middle school might actually be real.

Second, her mother, who disappeared abruptly and completely almost a decade ago, might still be alive.

Morgan finds herself drawn into a centuries-old struggle involving a shadowy group with incredible powers. The Veneret have quietly coexisted alongside the common people of the world for centuries. Now they believe it is time for them to reclaim their former positions of powerâ??and that Morgan is the key to their victory.

Every victory comes at a priceâ??but is it one that Morgan will be willing to pay?

Continue the adventure. Seeking (The Naturals, #2) now available!

Bedtime stories: Christmas Heart Bird (Children’s books for early readers, ages 4-8)

by Achiya Zallayet

Do you want to know the secret of the Heart-Bird of Christmas?

Christmas is just around the corner, and Roni begins to feel a strange tickling sensation in his heart.

When he asks his mother what it is, she shares with Roni the secret of the Heart-Bird of Christmas,

a magical creature born of the love and joy that comes with the Christmas holiday season.

Together with his younger brother, Roni discovers the magic of the Heart-Bird in the falling snow,

in the Christmas carolers’ songs and even in Santa Claus!

Ë?Ë?Ë? The Christmas Heart-Bird is an enchanting story of the love and joy of the Christmas holiday season.

This story will warm the hearts of children and adults alike. Take it now!

How the Fox Got His Color Bilingual Korean-English

by Adele Marie Crouch

This delightful little story tells of a young girl’s time with her grandmother as she relates a legend of how a mischievous little white fox with all his grand adventures going over and under and through became the red fox we all know today.
How the Fox got His Color may well become all-time children’s classic and a perfect book for the young reader.

A Bright Day on the Dark Side of the Moon

by Chance Wyatt

On the dark side of the moon, which isn’t really dark, lives an otter who isn’t really an otter. He was designed to live in the harshest environments in the solar system and to build the solar powered machines that may someday help sustain human life in these places.

His caretaker, Pen is a young genetic engineer who spends each day trying to help him better communicate with the human beings that he will someday be working for. They are making progress. But after losing contact with a ship carrying someone dear to her and believing that this creature may know something about the ship’s fate, Pen decides to take drastic steps to finally allow them to truly understand each other. In doing so Pen will come to learn that the small world that she had thought this creature inhabited is not really as small nor as empty as she had imagined.

This otter-who-isn’t-really-an-otter was given the name “Sol-4” by the engineers that designed him, but that isn’t really his name.

Mama Had to Work on Christmas

by Carolyn Marsden

Gloria always spends Christmas with Papi, Mama, and Nana. But this Christmas, Papi is away picking oranges and Mama has to work at the hotel where she is a maid. Gloria is miserable when Mama makes her go with her-until they get to the hotel with its lavish decorations and food piled high on the tables. What a magical place to spend Christmas! But then Mama explains that these lovely things are only for the guests: Gloria is to stay in the kitchen where nobody will see her. From her hiding spot, Gloria watches as a girl her age eats a fancy meal with her family. How can one girl have so much while another has so little?

How Gloria moves from disappointment to understanding makes for a beautiful story that honors the true spirit of the Christmas season.

Let’s Learn About…Jungle Animals! (Curious Toddler Book)

by Cheryl Shireman

A child is never more curious than when he or she is a toddler. Every day is a new adventure and an opportunity to learn and explore. Toddlers and preschoolers are like little sponges ready to soak up the world before them.

Nurture that sense of wonder and curiosity by giving your child age-appropriate material that not only entertains, but also educates your child about real-world subjects. The Curious Toddler series was created to stimulate and engage children from ages 2 to 5 by focusing on subjects of interest to young children. These books are fun to read with your toddler and are sure to stimulate conversation between adult and child.

Let’s Learn About…Jungle Animals! is Volume 4 in the Curious Toddler series. Full of beautiful color photos of various jungle animals in assorted activities, this book is sure to become one of your child’s favorite books.

Available as an ebook or as a paperback!

Hungary: Picture Book (Educational Children’s Books Collection) – Level 2 (Planet Collection)

by Planet Collection

Are you interested in expanding your child’s vocabulary?

As a part of the updated Planet Collection, “HUNGARY” offers facts, descriptions and thought inspiring questions alongside amazing photographs of Hungary.

Toddlers and babies will love looking at the large photos, while the older children will be able to grow their minds through reading the fun fact filled passages.

Early education sets up your child for success.

We are a green company and a portion of each sale is donated to charity.

A Christmas Under The Old Oak Tree (The Tales Of Wooffer’s Woods)

by Betty Fasig

19. A Tale Of Wooffer’s Woods – Marygrey had waited a very long time for the arrival of her babies. But babies cannot be rushed into the world and take their own time in coming. Say what you will, or wish as hard as you want, it will do no good at all, especially rabbit babies. They come when they have a good mind to. Marygrey’s babies had waited until Christmas Eve.

12 Days Of Christmas Counting Book

by Cindy Bracken

Your little one will have fun counting the traditional 12 days of Christmas objects in this bright and colorful counting book.

Johnny Graphic and the Attack of the Zombies

by D. R. Martin

The Pulse-Pounding Sequel to Johnny Graphic and the Etheric Bomb…

Fresh from saving the lives of millions of people, Johnny Graphic and his friends are drawn into another rip-roaring ghost adventure.

This time an army of monstrous bog zombies has appeared out of nowhere to ravage the northern counties of the Royal Kingdom. They’re rampaging, burning, and smashing everything in sight. And they’re capturing kids for reasons too terrible to even contemplate. Johnny, his best friend Nina Bain, and his sister Mel are summoned to help defeat the evil genius thought to be behind this nefarious plot. Percy Rathbone! The very same ghost who created the etheric bomb. Who nearly destroyed Johnny’s hometown. And who was the last person to see Johnny’s parents before they disappeared.

Cut off from all help in the grim, foggy northern wilderness, the young news photographer and his companions must fight for their very survival while they try to rescue the kids who have been taken. But Percy is plotting an even greater horror. And Johnny has to stop him before it’s too late.

The fate of the Royal Kingdom depends on it.

The Stair in the Wall – A ‘Love You as You Are’ Children’s Book

by Claire Ortalda

Every person and creature in The Stair in the Wall — as in life — has their own little quirks and faults..and you can be sure someone is going to point out each and every one of them.

But in Greenwood — the world 9-year-old Sylvia discovers when she finds the stair in the wall of her grandparents’ forbidding house — people’s differences are treated with love.

It all begins when Sylvia’s adventure-loving mother sets out to see the world – alone. Sylvia’s sad Papawhiskers buries himself in his bird collection. And Sylvia is packed off to her grandparents’ forbidding mansion, where everything she does — and everything she is, with her mocha-colored skin and long curly black hair — seems to be wrong.

Until, that is, she discovers the stair in the wall.

Every child from a broken family wants to bring her parents back together through her own efforts. And every child dreams of a group of friends – however “funny” and strange they are – who band together to solve each other’s problems.

Both wishes come true in The Stair in the Wall, a journey through a world teeming with helpful animals, scary ghosts and the twisting by-ways of a child’s imagination. Is the community of Greenwood really Sylvia’s own dream world? Is the gray wraith in reality Sylvia’s sadness at her separation from her parents? Each reader must make up her or his own mind.

The Stair in the Wall captures the hopes, dreams and fears of kids on the verge of discovering who they areâ?¦and what they can accomplish through their own courage and loving acceptance of others.

The Stair in the Wall is written in rich language in the tradition of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Wizard of Oz.

About the Author: Claire Ortalda is an award-winning fiction writer whose adult fiction frequently explores the juxtaposition of the whimsical with the realities and challenges of adult life. This is her first work of juvenile fiction.

Luna the Stowaway (Luna Books)

by Luna Challis

Luna the Cat is best known as a crime fighter, but in this book she is trying to protect two of her rather helpless human pets.

Two of my humans were going on a holiday to Canada and the United States. I know how helpless humans are without a cat to look after them so I stowaway in Steve’s carry on baggage to keep them out of trouble in America.

This story has our adventures Canada where I had to stop Steve swimming up the Niagara Falls.

Steve tells a true but boring pirate story to Captain Bowman of the MS Eurodam who tries to avoid yawning. Steve makes himself ridiculous in many other ways.

This story is illustrated with over a hundred rather poor color pictures; Steve’s hands shake when he takes pictures. A few of the pictures are surprising like when Steve’s camera captures a picture of a New York resident on a roof.

We finish up in New York and experience a little of American life.

A cat’s eye view of a small part of the North American continent.

Humor is a strange thing. What one person finds funny might leave another person cold. I hope a few people will find this little book amusing..

Aesop’s Ghost (Book One) (Two Books of Aesop)

by Shannon Hill


Who reads fables anymore?

We have tv, and movies, and internet, and video games, and various techno gadgetry…why read something as antiquated as a fable? Isn’t that a dead branch of literature, anyway?

If the above thoughts agree with your way of thinking, then this book is not for you.

But if you are intrigued by the thought that Aesop lived around 600 years before Jesus Christ, and that Aesop’s Fables have survived longer than the Bible…if you are fascinated by the thought that fables possess a uniquely powerful and nearly magical ability to foster within us self-growth, awareness, and understanding…if you are intrigued by the thought that the best minds of the ancient world and of the modern world have often studied and familiarized themselves with fables…then this book, a new collection of fables written in the Aesopic tradition, is likely worth your while. In addition, many of the stories here are also suitable for children of varying ages, making this book a highly valuable storybook for progressive-minded parents who want their children to have the benefits and advantages offered by exposure to insightful, thought-stimulating short stories.

Below is a sample story from this collection (for more free samples, please use the “Click to Look Inside” option in the Amazon product preview window):

Story Sample:

The Lizard on the Rock

Once there was a Lizard that lived in a crevice located on the side of a large rock.

Everyday, the Lizard would climb out of his hole and find a place on top of the rock to sit and soak up the warmth of the sun. When the day ended and darkness came, he would leave the rock and search for food in the immediate vicinity, and then would once again return home as soon as he had found enough to eat. Everyday the Lizard did the same thing and this continued for years.

Inevitably, one day, the Lizard realized he had reached his Final Day. As he lay in his hole slowly becoming Forever Cold, he suddenly had a disconcerting thought; he suddenly regretted the way he had lived his life. There were many big rocks in the world, but the Lizard realized he only knew one of them and this regret now gnawed at him immeasurably.

Then the Lizard had an epiphany: he decided there were only two good types of regrets – those regrets that one recognizes and acts upon early enough to be meaningful, and those regrets that one doesn’t have at all.

These were the thoughts that filled the Lizard’s mind to the very end.


by Jocelyn Price

Buka is an adventurous little puppy who wanders a bit too far from home into the wild bush. A happy ending story for age 3 to 7 years.


by Kevin M.

Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, teacher or child, this book is about leaving the most amazing impression on a child, through wonderful expressions that can be shared everyday.

Since we all know that establishing their belief-system begins at an early age, my desire is for these expressions to help formulate and build their self-esteem- based

on the power of what we choose to say.

Consider it a form of chicken soup for a child’s “heart-drive” or a daily expresso

for a child’s spirit, to help get them through their day, or a season of self-doubt because just as we (adults) still need love and inspiration, it’s just as important for kids to receive it as well, who we know are so impressionable.

Anyway you slice it, I consider the words we express to any child should be carefully thought out, as it impacts their thinking and believing for a long time to come. The words in this book were sacredly crafted out of compassion and specifically composed to uplift your child, and every child’s life we may encounter (from day-to- day) based on love and divine truths. Ultimately however, what I also know is that, If you choose to take one message out this book and share it, I believe that it will not only be felt in the heart of your child, but by you as well.

It’s the amazing power of love.

Adventures With Teddy Bear

by Abbi Ware

Ellie always wanted to have a new Teddy Bear. On her birthday her Father gave her a big box, and to her surprise, when she opened it, there inside was a Brown Teddy Bear. That was the beginning of Ellie’s adventure. She soon found out that her Teddy could talk. He told her he was from Bear Land, and wanted Ellie to go with him to Bear Land so he could visit

his family. Ellie was a bit scared, but decided to follow him, as she wanted to take the adventurous trip to Bear Land. She wondered how many lovely Bears would be in his family,

The Bookens

by Nicole Leclair

A charming tale of one Bookens’ (a creature much like you, only possibly more book-loving) journey to discover the origin of books. A Dr. Seussian style bedtime story for people of all ages.

Farm Tractors: Pictures and Reading

by Tim Foster

Borrow for FREE with Amazon Prime!

Does your child enjoy large trucks, tractors, or machines. Do they love seeing the farming equipment out in the fields. If so they will love this books of 30+ high quality pictures of farming tractors. This a great book to keep your child busy and quiet while enjoying one of their favorite things.

How to Beat up a Bully – Enter The Dojo – The Furai Compilation; object 1; Book 1.

by Richard Skeet


In the near future the survivors of DAY ONE send a message to the past to raise an ARMY.




Interviewer: “Tell me how you became Furai.”

Eric: “When Portland, Oregon was VAPORIZED: I lived in a suburb; I survived the first day, or, DAY ONE, as the Alien Grays call it.

After the round up, worldwide, all survivors of the Gray massacre, are placed in labor camps.

We, the survivors, feed THE CONVEYOR BELT.

You can place anything on THE BELT, trees, bodies, dirt, rocks, grassâ?¦

THE BELT leads to a giant furnace miles away, taking the material on THE BELT; converting it into what the Grays need:



Organic matter










Rail guns




I’ve been BRANDED on my forehead. I’m forbidden from speaking during working hours; surrounded by men, women, children.

My orders: feed THE BELT!

We: dig, chop, chainsaw, bulldoze, hoist, heave, haul, push, pull. Tons of raw material are placed on THE BELT every second. Ten hours a day we labor; 7 days a week.

When I have a question, I look up; the SCREEN tells me what to do.

When one of us passes out from exhaustion, or dies, they’re thrown on THE BELT, with the rest of the material.

In front of me LIFE: trees, grass, birds.

Behind me: THE BELT leading to the furnace; our mobile living quarters; DESOLATION.

Upon awakening, we look forward to the living horizon, ignoring the dead trenches behind us.

EARTH is being STRIP-MINED; converted into Gray raw material. Every: useful; living; or green thing, EVERYTHING that can be chopped, shoveled or ground is placed on THE BELT.

After 10 hours of labor, the doors to our living quarters open; we go inside, eat, socialize, fall asleep.

We live a SPARTAN existence.

We’re never cold or hungry.

It: never rains; is always 75 degrees and sunny. Rain and clouds are burned away, by an energy shield following our camp, along with our living quarters.

The Grays encourage BREEDING; all of the women, of child bearing age, are pregnant. Women who refuse to breed are thrown on THE BELT.

The SCREENS tell us: work! be happy; don’t ask questions; breed; we comply.

ROCK MUSIC is playing from the loudspeakers.

The Grays don’t talk to us; they communicate with one another telepathically. Our only communication with the Grays: the messages appearing on the SCREENS.

This is what has become of man: FEED THE BELT! BE HAPPY! DON’T ASK QUESTIONS! BREED! So we do.

I’m fast asleep on day 45; a man wakes me up, â??follow me if you want to LIVE.’ He jumps back through the hole in my floor; I follow. I crawl, in an underground tunnel, for 1 hour.

I march, with thousands of other branded men, women, children, briskly for 24 hours straight.

A large group gather in a huge cave, in the rain forests of Oregon, behind a waterfall; somewhere in the Columbia River Gorge.

Joe is a small man with a deep voice, a large scar across his face.

Joe: â??You are here because YOU HAVE BEEN SUMMONED. Right now you have a choice: you can go back to THE BELT, or, join the Furai.



We’ll teach you how to: FIGHT; acquire wealth; build an ARMY; organize; communicate in secret, gather intelligence; lead an army; send these evil fucking bastards back to hell!

We are NOT an army of FOLLOWERS, a hive mind of automatons.

We are a HYDRA, a multi-headed monster from greek mythology; if an attacker strikes one head, 4 heads attack the attacker.

If a head is cut off; two more grow in its place.

When GOD made man; He created a WEAPON.

This GALAXY belongs to MAN!






The Legend of Lee Hall

by John Sperath Sr

It is April of 2012. An entire winter has gone by in the little town of Lee Hall, Virginia. Spring is in the air, the flowers are blooming…and fourteen year old Holly Tucker has been missing for six long months. The authorities believe that she has been abducted, but the case is cold. Stone cold. Her twin brother, Johnny, is getting weary of seeing his distraught parents agonizing over her sudden disappearance day and night. The nightmare has lasted long enough and he can no longer take just sitting around, doing nothing about it.

Along with his close friends Duane, Chip and Virginia, Johnny decides to launch his own investigation, starting with the dilapidated ruins of the old Riverbend Plantation. He has no idea why, but his gut is telling him that his sister’s abduction has nothing to do with kidnappers and everything to do with the plantation and it’s surrounding property. Strange things occur there…and then there is the legend, passed down through generations by the slaves and their descendants.

During the investigation, the young adventurers discover a cave that was used to hide valuables during the Civil War in 1862, when Northern soldiers invaded the area. But this is no ordinary cave, with brilliant blue walls that seem to be alive and full of some kind of bizarre, electrical like energy. They don’t know it yet, but they have entered a portal in time. Could it be that Holly was abducted after all…by time itself? And if so, where is she and what is happening to her?

Join Johnny and his friends as they travel through the ages, thwarting danger, meeting famous people and experiencing America’s exciting and turbulent beginning, all while searching frantically for his long lost sister. Will they find her?

My Quest to Escape from the Prison Crib – FULLY ILLUSTRATED (Baby’s Unspoken Stories)

by Mary Monette Barbaso-Crall

Baby wants to tell you a Story
Especially his Unspoken Words

Have you ever think that the baby could be possibly so bored inside his crib?
Would it be possible that he is planning to escape from this prison?

Please read this cute story of a baby who wants to escape from his crib.

My Teacher is a Ninja

by Ben Pipers

Samantha thinks school is boring and her teachers are horrible. But there’s a new teacher and things are about to get interesting.

What secrets does he have that will change her life forever?

Secret Tales: The Bard and the Halfling

by Lord Panouros Phidi

Young Nippit Groot considers a new careerâ?¦

Snakes! Kids Book About Snakes – Fun Facts & Pictures About Snakes, Snake Anatomy, Snake Habitat & More (Amazing Animals in Nature Series)

by Gemma Watts

Children’s author Gemma Watts presents “Snakes! Kids Book About Snakes – Fun Facts & Pictures About Snakes, Snake Anatomy, Snake Habitat & More”. This educational children’s book, part of the “Amazing Animals in Nature Series”, is full of fun facts, beautiful color pictures and carefully chosen words to teach children about snakes.

Children will learn about snake anatomy, their habitat, evolution, feeding habits, movement, moulting, their senses and the following snake species:

* Ball Python

* Boa Constrictor

* California King Snake

* Corn Snake

* Green Anaconda

* King Cobra

* Milk Snake

* Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

Book features 20 stunning color pictures of snakes!

PLEASE NOTE: This book is suitable for children aged 7 years and older, who are able to read to themselves. For younger children, parents may like to read this book with them.

It is really quick and easy to download this book, and it can be read on an iPad, Kindle, Tablet or other mobile device supporting Kindle books.

*** Your child will love this book – guaranteed! ***

The Snowman from Hell (Spookers!)

by Harrison Stevens

A chilling tale for kids this Christmas…

It’s Christmas time and the snow is falling heavily. Twelve-year-old Connor is looking forward to a fun filled holiday season and unwrapping the gift he’s always wanted.

However, when a mysterious and weird-looking snowman appears in his front yard, things start to go wrong. Badly.

Can Connor fight the evil monster that’s turning the neighborhood upside down? Or will the evil snowman triumph? Download this action-packed story and find out…

The Snowman from Hell is the first book in the Spookers! series. It’s a 20k word mid-grade novel for kids aged 8 to 12. It contains mild peril and suspense but no graphic violence or death.

Suzy Flies An Airplane

by Lynne M. Leonardi

In this children’s picture book, Suzy is enjoying life with her dog, Tippy, in a small town. Suzy’s life changes after she becomes friends with Toby. When Suzy learns Toby can fly an airplane, she is very impressed with his ability to fly airplanes high up in the sky. This sets Suzy on a new path of self discovery. Suzy looks within herself to discover that she also has the ability to share in the adventure of flying airplanes, too. Great confidence, courage and adventurous fun.

Tales of Christmas

by Grace Knight

Get into the holiday spirit with this book of short stories for children age five and up, featuring charming tales of Santa, Mrs. Claus, Rudolph and other Christmas characters.

Features the following stories:

An Angel for Christmas

Missy’s World

Atom the Christmas Elf #1 – The Spy

The Great Meowmas Escape

Rudolph and the Cookie

Johnny and the Gremlin #1 – The Christmas Gremlin

Cog in the Wheel

Santa and the Computer Virus

William’s First Haircut (I am a STAR Personalized Book Series)

by Pat Wyman


First time ever on Kindle! Get the whole I Am a STAR personalized book series.

“This is the best rhyming book since Dr. Seuss.” Dr. Kathryn Seifert. Your child will literally beg you to get their haircut!


Use the search bar above and type your child’s first name, along with the rest of the title of this book and get a PERSONALIZED book for your child. While we publish thousands of names, if the name you’re looking for is not available today, use the contact form at the bottom of and we’ll email when your book is ready on Amazon which usually takes just about 4 days.

More about this First Haircut personalized book…

“It’s so easy to help your child overcome all their ‘fear of firsts’ with this book!” Putting their name in the book makes the story more real and all kids will relate better.” Bonnie Terry, Parent and Reading Specialist

Do you want your child to quickly love the first time events in their life? The new personalized book series does that and more with the fun and easy to read rhymes and colorful pictures. Your child will be thrilled to get their first haircut as you read using their own name, and quickly resolve their jitters once they see how ‘Lee Lion’ handles his first haircut!

Get the whole I Am a STAR Personalized Book Series from best-selling author Pat Wyman

The Wishing Star

by Christian Allen

Devin and Shilda have the means to either get what they want for themselves, or to help others in need. A delightful Christmas tale about an interracial / adopted family with a special message about giving.

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