Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 09 Dec 13

Big Honey Dog Mysteries: Message in a Bauble (Christmas Special Edition)

by H.Y. Hanna

Christmas intrigue. Daring rescue. Serious slobber.

When Honey the Great Dane finds a hidden note inside a strange Christmas bauble, the festive season takes a sinister turn. Was the note from a trapped child? Join Honey and her canine friends as they set off on a Search & Rescue–from snowy playgrounds to eerie libraries–while they race to solve the mystery of the message in the bauble.

Kids and dog lovers will love this action-packed Christmas mini-mystery filled with suspense and humour – not to mention candy canes, gingerbread cookies and lots of mince pies! (Age: 9+)

(This short novella is part of the Big Honey Dog Mysteries don’t forget to check out Book #1: Curse of the Scarab the first adventure in the series!)


“I just adored this mystery. Ms. Hanna did a remarkable job describing every dog to perfection and I loved all their individual personalities. Although this is labeled as a children’s book, rest assured even adults will enjoy going on Honey’s spine tingling adventure.” – Night Owl Reviews (Top Pick)

“I’ve read a few books marketed for middle-grades or younger this year and I have to say that this is hands down the best suited for those ages. It has a great plot, some truly well-rounded characters (with more depth than what I find in most adult novels these days), a fantastic storyline and a climax that will keep you on the edge of your seat.”-  Cory Balboni for LitChick Hit List

“There is a magic to speaking to children and H.Y. Hanna has completely captured it.”- Patricia Reding for Readers’ Favorite

Letters from Santa: A Christmas Alphabet Book

by Katrina Streza

On sale for a limited time *** Xist Publishing Children’s Kindle Books*** 180 kids books for only $.99

Santa shares his favorite things about Christmas in this alphabet book.

Learn the ABCs with holiday cheer and a fun rhyming childrens book about Christmas.

For children ages 2-5.

Dewey the Dewdrop

by B. L. Guirguis

“Dewey the Dewdrop” is a picture book story for young children and adults alike! It’s a tale about a little dewdrop who embarks on a remarkable journey of self-discovery. Dewey initially finds himself suddenly “EXISTING” in an unsafe, unfriendly, and terrifying world. After a series of life changing events however, Dewey lets go of his fears as he is confronted with the deeper truth about himself, and his true purpose in the world.

Christmas Traditions Around The World

by Gary Dickinson

So all the boys and girls have been good this year and it’s Christmas time. A time when Santa Claus, or Father Christmas makes his long journey from the North Pole. Sitting on his beautiful, present laden sled that is pulled along by his magical reindeer team, they fly effortlessly from roof top to roof top delivering all the beautiful gifts that all good boys and girls have asked for this year.

But have you heard of La Bafana or Babouska or even Jultomten. Find out about some of the different Christmas traditions from around the world. At the end of the book, read some fun facts about Christmas trees and learn how to say “Merry Christmas” in a different language.

Scroll up and buy your copy of this perfect and timely Christmas book for kids.

Old Beginnings (The Forgotten Slayer Book 1)

by Alix Marsh

The Forgotten Slayer Book 1

The first book in Flynn Heath’s magical world of amazing powers, dark demons, a perfectly mundane family at home and extraordinary friends at his new school, which happens to be a Demon Slayer Academy.

Flynn Heath is just an ordinary boy, living a very ordinary life in the perfectly pleasant village of Little Rislin. Until, one day, he mistakenly pledges his blood, honour and soul to a mysterious stranger and before he knows it, he’s enrolled into the finest (and only) demon slayer academy in the country.

But there’s a dark force swimming through the demon-infested undertow of the ordinary world, a king demon shaking loose the shackles that have him bound in Hades. Maybe Flynn’s pledge wasn’t some random mistake after all.

Sometimes, there’s a very good reason for a slayer to stay forgotten.

The Chippy and Sammy Adventures

by Patty Lepore

Can Chippy the chipmunk and Sammy the squirrel get to the food that they love so much? When Chippy gets hurt read what happens next! This adventure could be in your back yard!

Megiddo’s Shadow

by Arthur Slade

That’s the city of Megiddo. Armageddon will begin on the plains below.”

“Maybe it just did,” Cheevers said.

“Speed is armor. Remember that, Edward. The faster we ride the harder we are to hit.”

Fueled by anger at the death of his brother in World War I, sixteen year old Edward enlists and abandons his father and their farm in Canada for England. After proving that he can tame any wild horse, he’s sent to Palestine to battle the Turks. A trooper’s horse is the key to life and death in a cavalry charge: luckily, Edward has the extraordinary Buke, his true companion. He also has tender letters from Emily, a nurse, and the camaraderie of his tent mates. As he closes in on the enemy, Edward finds that the noble vengeance he seeks is replaced by the horror of battle and the realization that he must fight not only to survive, but also, to kill.

“…it is a powerful book that needs to be read.”

School Library Journal, Starred Review

“Megiddo’s Shadow is a brilliant novel. Slade has crafted a story that is both timeless and contemporary, reminding us once again how easily young men march off to war and how easily those wars start.”

David Gill, ALAN website.

Thought Soup

by Lyle Olsen

Thought Soup was written in the tradition of the tales early cultures used to teach their children. It gently introduces youngsters to the concept of monitoring their own thoughts and changing those that aren’t working for them.

The author, Lyle Olsen, commented, “I’m excited to make a story I believe in available to a wide audience at a great price. May many more youngsters feel as did one young man when he told me, “It helps kids have a happy heart.’ I couldn’t be more pleased to have that happen.”

Thought Soup is an engaging story for all youngsters and has been enjoyed by preschoolers to high schoolers. Most easily see how the concept applies to their own life and with encouragement from an adult, they are motivated to become more introspective and conscious of their own thinking.

Sasa: Count Like A NInja (Sasa The Toddler Ninja)

by John Kahn

In this children’s book, Sasa, the toddler ninja, practices his daily ninja skills. Learn to count in English and Japanese while Sasa demonstrates the daily activities of a child ninja. This is the second book in the Sasa: The Toddler Ninja series.

In addition to teaching children to count in two languages, this book also introduces the five senses. I recommend this book for children of all ages, but especially for babies and young toddlers.

Jacob & Emily Discover Ancient Fantastikoland (Jacob & Emily Adventures)

by Bella Hart

Bella Hart introduces you to Jacob & Emily in their first adventure.

Children aged 7-10 will thoroughly enjoy coming along for the ride.

Discover Leopards and Jaguars – Fun Facts For Kids

by Rose Alden

Do you know the difference between a leopard and a jaguar? And where does the panther fit in?

Find out the answers to this and a lot more in the fascinating Discover Leopards and Jaguars!

  • Packed full of FASCINATING information and AMAZING colour photographs.
  • Visually appealing format really BRINGS SUBJECT TO LIFE!  
  • A FUN book for kids to browse independently or read with parents.
  • PERFECT for enquiring young minds.
  • Ages 5 – 8      


Children’s Book: Alphabets, Numbers and Colors – Simple ABC picture book

by George Manga

Alphabets, Numbers and Colors – Children’s book: This children’s book introduces three key first concepts: alphabet letters, numbers and colors using attractive illustrations that grabs attention.  Each page features one object (apple, duck, cat) and the corresponding upper-case and lower-case letters, to avoid confusion. This quick and easy ABC / 123 book is perfect for toddlers.
A simple basic / simple picture book (first book) intended for young children. Common items and animals are used to make it easy on toddlers. It is intended to help babies and toddlers to recognize letters, numbers and colors while building their early vocabulary.

Book Details

  • Age Level: Baby, Preschool and Kindergarten
  • Alphabets letters (ABCs)
  • Numbers 1 to 10
  • Colors
  • Vibrant and captivating high resolution illustrations.
  • Formatted for all digital eReaders including all Kindles, and kindles for iPad, Android, PC and Mac.

Trigonometry Flash Cards: Memorize Values of Trig Functions (sin, cos, tan) from 0 to 360 Degrees

by Chris McMullen

This eBook includes 212 digital trigonometry flash cards in color (where color is available). Each flash card is decorated with triangles.

These flash cards are specifically designed to help students memorize the sine, cosine, and tangent of 0, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 135, 150, 180, 210, 225, 240, 270, 300, 315, 330, and 360 degrees.

For example, one flash card has cos(120) followed by the answer, cos(120) = -1/2. All of the answers are written as reduced fractions with rationalized denominators (except when the answer is a whole number). All of the angles are expressed in degrees.

The first set of 102 flash cards has the problems sin(0) thru tan(360) in order. The first half of this eBook is designed for students who are still memorizing the values of these trig functions.

The second set of 102 flash cards has the problems sin(0) thru tan(360) shuffled. The second half of this eBook is designed for students who have attempted to memorize the values of these trig functions, and who need to test their mastery of it.

There are a few flash cards at the beginning that remind you what the definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent mean in relation to a general right triangle. There is also one flash card near the beginning that has the sign of sine, cosine, and tangent in each quadrant.

Some math and physics teachers require students to memorize the basic trig functions of the common angles from 0 to 360 degrees. Some standardized tests require this of students, also. For example, the MCAT is closed calculator and involves trig, and some of the problems require taking a sine, cosine, or tangent of an angle like 120 degrees. It’s also useful to know these common trig values when working on a back-of-the-envelope calculation with a colleague during lunch, for example.

Each flash card appears as its own picture on its own page. All of the flash cards come in pairs: First comes the problem flash card, followed by the corresponding answer flash card. The answer flash card reminds you what the problem was. So first you see the problem, and then you check your answer immediately.

This eBook reads like a book. It is not a program or a game. It does not use a random number generator. The flash cards do look like ordinary flashcards (and they are in color and are decorated with triangles). The first half of this eBook has the flash cards in order to help memorize the trig values. The second half are shuffled to help test how well the trig values have been memorized. The shuffled cards will always appear in the same order.

Why Do We Celebrate Easter?

by Mark I. Sutherland

Have your kids or grandkids ever asked what Easter is all about? Have you ever looked for a book to tell the amazing story of Easter, with captivating illustrations that will inspire the imagination, written so that chidren ages 3-9 could understand and enjoy it, while not losing the essential elements of why Jesus came to earth? This was the situation author Mark I. Sutherland was in with his four children, and, after not being able to find a book that fit what he needed, he decided to write the story himself. His kids both enjoyed it and understood it. Now, after joining forces with professional children’s illustrator Julie Hammond, Mark’s story is available for you and your family.

Charlie the Tree

by Michelle Thompson

Charlie has spent his whole life dreaming of the day he will become a Christmas Tree – that magical moment when a special family will see past his bent trunk and sparse limbs, take him home him home and decorate him beautifully for all to see. What happens when this destiny isn’t meant to be and Charlie isn’t chosen? This heartwarming story about the importance of believing in yourself and remembering that life is filled with surprise will warm your heart this holiday season!

Lightspeed Reflection (An Inheritance Short Story 3)

by J. Scott Tyler

Twins Max and April never thought any harm could come from working at a store owned by a local middle aged couple. When their employers suddenly drag them into their own paranormal filled world, the twins’ first impression proves to be completely wrong. Max and April’s lives become immediately complicated, but that is not always a bad thing.

The Fruit and Veggie ABC Book (An Ed the Dragon Book)

by Mary Lee

Ed the dragon and his sister love fruits and veggies. Join them as they explore 26 wonderful healthy foods from A to Z!

Max, The Shelter Dog

by Nicole Rivera

Max the Shelter Dog is the first book in Max’s series. It is the story of a misunderstood, playful, and energetic pit bull placed in a shelter by his owners.

Will he find a loving home in time? Find out as you read about his journey through the shelter system. (updated 2012)

Let’s Talk About Feeling Guilty (Let’s Talk About)

by Joy Berry

Brand New 2013 Edition.
Ages 3-6
“Let’s Talk About Feeling Guilty” (Let’s Talk About series) helps children understand and manage the difficult feelings of guilt. Joy Berry’s down-to-earth approach shows children real ways to handle their feelings of guilt in different situations and gives specific advice on actions they can take. Like all of Joy Berry’s books, “Let’s Talk About Feeling Guilty” speaks directly to the child and acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers. The book is filled with full-color illustrations and simple text that make the sometimes-difficult information easy to take in.

Santa Ate My Gingerbread House

by Mark I. Sutherland

Tommy loves Christmas. It’s his favorite time of year. He loves Santa. He loves the baby Jesus. He loves the presents. He loves the decorations and the Christmas trees.

And, most of all, he loves gingerbread houses.

But when Santa eats his amazing gingerbread house, Tommy spends the year on Santa’s naughty list.

And things don’t turn out like he expects.

Children’s book: Whose bed is it, anyway? (Kids bedtime story on how to deal with nightly guests)

by Kathie Berry

If you love charming illustrated picture bedtime stories for kids that educate and inspire, this is the book for you!

Free Bonus inside!

Children’s book: Whose bed is it, anyway? (Kids bedtime story on how to deal with nightly guests)

This is Danny’s story, a young boy who always ends up in his parents’ bed at night; a reason of unhappiness and restlessness for both concerned parties. An interesting tale of how Danny’s habit is cured; with a few helpful suggestions for the parents to overcome this common problem.

“Whose bed is it, anyway?” is a charming children’s book, written for kids in ages 2-5 years old. This preschool story is great reading to kids at bedtime or any time and will definitely educate and inspire your child to take actions and behave like a real hero.

*** Don’t forget your Free gift

This Children’s book includes wonderful coloring kit based on the story that will remind your kid the great lessons of the story.

What readers thought about the book:

  • “It worked extremely well! A lovely story”

    -Leslie Hunter Uhl
  • “This book made me smile and had some helpful advice for an issue many parents face. Highly recommend.”

    -Mary Lee
  • “this is a helpful book that explains to a parent how to deal with the problem of a child who has nightmares”


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A Journey to the Stars – Tall Tales for Children

by Frank Thomas Smith

In “A Journey to the Stars”, two children – Caroline and Nicky – travel through the constellations accompanied by Pegasus, the winged horse.

“Grandma Butterfly” is a survivor of the war in Europe who becomes a friend and mentor of some children in an American town. The butterfly is a metaphor for her soul, which flies to heaven at the story’s end.

In “The Seventh Birthday” the dog Frodo, a beloved mascot, dies of old age on Nicky’s seventh birthday. It’s sad of course, but when a little girl sees Frodo’s souls passing through the garden, Nicky realizes that death is not the end and a new dog can replace Frodo’s love.

The donkey en “How the Donkey Got its Cross” is the donkey that carried Yeshua (Jesus) to Jerusalem. Its owner, a boy of those times, loans it to Yeshua and from then on all the donkeys descending from it have a cross drawn on their backs.


In “Juancito Hummingbird”, Juancito is a normal boy who, without wanting to, is converted by magic into a hummingbird. He then integrates into the community of birds in a park. When the authorities decide to fumigate the park because the pigeons do their caca on the statue of a president, Juancito Hummingbird, who overhears their plans, warms the birds in time to save them. He returns to being a normal boy at the end.

Merlin, the cat in “My Cat is a Magician”, has the gift of hiding things, and finding them – even things he hasn’t hidden. One day his mother forgets her knitting in a taxi. Merlin guides Nico to the house of a lady to whom the taxi driver had given the knitting – proof that Merlin is indeed a magician.

In “The Lemonade Sellers”, María and Marcos, are are too poor to be able to go away for the summer vacation. Instead they decide to sell homemade lemonade in their town. Their experiences show them that it is better to give away than to sell – and, curiously, more profitable.

“The Mosquito that bit a balloon”, the shortest story, describes how María Mosquito bites a balloon by mistake in Nicky’s bedroom. On hearing the noise Nicky and his parents think the balloon exploded on its own, but we know the truth.

Sir Gawain was a knight in King Arthur’s court. In “Sir Gawain and the Dragon” we learn how when he was a boy Gawain also saved a young princess from the dragon.

In “Lost in the Woods”, Caroline and Nicky meet a strange little man who teaches them how to obtain help from the spirits of nature to find the way home again.

Zoe and the Beam

by Kerry Atma

Zoe and the Beam tells the inspiring story of a young gymnast who learns about mindfulness on a balance beam. It includes an engaging challenge for children that builds their physical skill, while leading them to experience a quiet and balanced mind.

For gymnasts it provides the extra bonus of developing poise, confidence and fine-tuned awareness of the balance beam under their feet.

Something remarkable and precious happens when a child experiences a quiet and balanced mind…the whirl of technology, peer and media impressions drop away. Then a child is in touch with a core part of themselves – which could be called Spirit, Soul, Mind or similar. It’s a deeply relaxed, central part of themselves that inherently leans towards love, compassion and consideration of others.

Zoe and the Beam puts this experience within reach of young children in a charming and engaging way.

By experiencing a fully quiet mind – just once – a child will know that they have a “monkey mind” that is constantly restless and that gets them up to all kinds of tricks. They will know that it’s rewarding to take charge of the monkey mind and to get it to focus and be calm.

Because the experience will be indelibly stamped into their awareness it will prove a resource for aiding concentration and dealing with frustrations they may encounter in many learning tasks. If attention wanders when learning music, spelling, mathematics, writing, sports and the like, all a parent needs to say is “Monkey mind…focus,” and they get it.

Being a Blue Angel: Every Kid’s Guide to the Blue Angels

by Mark I. Sutherland

The Blue Angels are amazing! The Blue Angels are cool!

Do you want to be a Blue Angel?

In Being a Blue Angel, you will meet these heroes in Blue, see what they do and how they live, be inspired by them, and learn how you could one day find yourself Being a Blue Angel.

Molly McCumber I’ve Got Your Number (The Three of Us)

by M.F. Belsha

Molly McCumber, I’ve Got Your Number is a story of the power of friendship. Molly, a high school freshman, faces many life challenges as she copes with her mother’s cancer treatments while negotiating the social challenges of high school life. Molly revisits her ideas about friendship as she finds herself pursued by and oddly attracted to a mouthy student named Skeeter Bitner. Skeeter leaves no thought unvoiced as she tricks Molly into entering the â??Abe’s on Lincoln’ combination birthday party and North Shore trivia contest. The intensity of preparation for the hilarious contest and the girls’ victory, cements a new level of life choices for Molly. Romance is in the air when Richard, a military school cadet and computer wizard, begins to spend weekends with his Aunt Janice. Richard helps the girls perfect their computer project for the Math and Science Fair and reveals the bullying side of life at his elite military academy. Molly’s friends empower her to face life challenges as well as embrace life’s adventures.

The Curious World Of Shelley Vendor

by Colin R. Parsons

Do you enjoy a fast-paced story? Do you love ‘thrills ‘n’ spills’ and a hint of danger? Enjoyable characters and a special friend? Then you’ll love –
The Curious World of Shelley Vendor book 1.

Shelley is thirteen, a bookworm and accident prone.
Whilst on a school trip with her best friend Katie, her whole life is turned upside down as curiosity grips her and she is thrust into the weird world of Reflections.
Lost in an unusual, yet increasingly familiar landscape filled with dangers, Shelley tries to make sense of the odd creatures and bizarre circumstances which brought her there.
She soon has to stop thinking and start running, however, when â??The Hunter’ appears.
An evil overlord, he and his Razzard Wolves will stop at nothing to capture her.
Can new-found Kevin help her? Or will she take advice from the mysterious â??Voice from the Void’?
She must find her way home, somehow, or stay imprisoned in this strange world for ever.

The Curious World of Shelley Vendor is approximately 57,000 words long. This is book 1 in a two book series – The Curious World of Katie Hinge is the final book.

Children’s EBook: LULU LILY GETS SMART (Happy Children’s Series – Book 8 — Fun, Zany, Bedtime Story/Picture Book about Learning from Mistakes, ages 2-8)

by Sally Huss

As a new mother duck, Lulu Lily does her best to tend to her new ducklings, and at the same time hatch one last egg. After a great deal of effort on her part, it seems she has succeeded. It is a rascal of a passing bird who makes her think he is that last hatched duckling. But this lazy pretender has nothing on his mind but eating and sleeping. Soon she will learn that only if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, is it mostly likely a duck. Learning from her mistakes, Lulu Lily carries on, knowing that even if you don’t know something, it doesn’t mean you’re dumb!

— The bright colors and happy art of Sally Huss dance across these pages with over 40 illustrations.

— The story will amuse your child while the message of learning from mistakes sinks in. “Not everyone knows everything,” realizes Lulu Lily.

— A story to be read over and over. Great fun!

Fans of the books by Dr. Seuss, Mo Willems, Sandra Boynton, Felicia Bond, Laura Numeroff, and P.D. Eastman will love LULU LILY GETS SMART.

If this sounds like something you’d like to explore further, click on the cover of the book to look “Inside the Book.”

From the Author:

I write children’s books to help brighten the lives of children and add a little dollop of wisdom in the process. Children need good habits, handy skills, and a good sense of humor to keep them moving forward in a happy, healthy, and productive manner. As a King Features syndicated author, I have been creating positive and inspirational messages, called “Happy Musings” for newspapers in the U.S. and Canada for many years. This has led to my writing and illustrating a great number of uplifting books for both adults and children. Along with my writing and illustrating, I have created collections of wallpaper for children baby bibs, t-shirts and a vast number of prints and original art for children’s rooms.

As you can see from the title of this book, it is the eighth in a line of books titled Happy Children’s Series.

Other books in this line include:

*THE MERMAID TEA PARTY (about Kindness and Manners)


*THE SECRET (Manners and Saying “Please”)


*THANKSGIVING DINNER (About Thankfulness and Friendship)

*THE TREE-WITHIN-THE-TREE (About Friendship and Appreciation)

*DID YOU EVER SAY THANK YOU? (About Blessings)

Mean Jean

by Ethan Evans

Do you like getting GOOSEBUMPS? Well then, pull up a chair and settle in for this story!

Young Charlie Goodson is excited about his first day as shift manager at the coal mine, the same one his family has worked for generations. But after an explosion traps him underground with an evil ghost, he’s afraid it won’t be long before he’s screaming in the dark.

MEAN JEAN is the start to a terrifying adventure you won’t soon forget!

Suitable for pre-teens to adults.

The Snowmandrill

by R.E. Skibiski

In THE SNOWMANDRILL, you of all people get to pretend to be, believe it or not, a mandrill. You do. And if that’s not enough, you’re also given something out of the blue: a bunch of snow! But what will a mandrill, that is, you, do with it? In need of help, you ask a passerby, who happens to look like one clever boy. He suggests building a snowman, a swell idea. You, however, being a mandrill, try your hand at building, not a snowMAN, but a snowMANDRILL. Unfortunately, your first attempt leaves much to be desired. What’s that mean? Well, it means that you’ll have to learn a lesson about stick-to-itiveness. But will you?


by C. D. Davis

In this light-hearted and action-packed adventure for all ages, Gabriella Caprella, a young mouse with a singing voice like an angel, travels from her home in 1912 New York City to beautiful Venice to claim her inheritance as the new Contessa d’Asiago. With the help of her friend, the bat Mercurio, she fends off persistent suitors, nasty relatives, bloodthirsty vampires, and would-be usurpers, while learning to be a contessa worthy of House d’Asiago and pursuing her dream to sing at Il Gran Teatro La Sala, Venice’s most famous opera house. Gabriella’s life becomes even more complicated when she discovers her friendship with Mercurio, son and heir of King Icaruso–sworn enemy of earthbound creatures (aka “grounders”) and of House d’Asiago especially, is deeper and more confusing than she’d imagined. With danger lurking behind every wall and rafter, and the seemingly hopeless rift between the grounders and bats of Venice, will Gabriella and Mercurio survive to help heal the City? Or will they wind up floaters on the Grand Canal?

Gold in the Days of Summer: A Novella

by Susan Pogorzelski

She’d planned her entire school vacation in the early days of spring, but the summer of 1979 doesn’t turn out to be what 12 year old Annie expected at all: her best friend is away at camp, Connor Bartlett barely notices her anymore, and her family, trying to protect her from the reality of her grandmother’s illness, only seem to further isolate her.

Struggling to navigate the crossroads of young adulthood, Annie turns to an unlikely confidant: a reclusive young veteran at war with his own past.

As the summer days pass and her 13th birthday edges closer, Annie discovers that growing up has little to do with age and everything to do with letting go and moving on.

Bunny Battles 3: A Super Funny Book for Kids

by Aidan Evans

After the first two Bunny Battles had ended, the bunnies of Bunnyland thought they’d be safe forever. They were wrong.

When a cute little mutant bunny arrives in a spaceship, trouble comes with it – and it’s a whole new Bunny Battle!

Written BY A KID FOR KIDS, 10-year-old author Aidan Evans understands cutting-edge humor for 21st-century kids. Parents won’t get it, but your kids will be laughing like monkeys in clownsuits.

“BUNNY BATTLES 3” is a bedtime story unlike any other. Perfect for fans of Dr. Seuss, Curious George, and Captain Underpants – but be warned: Looney Tunes-style mayhem lurks on every page.

Recommended for readers Kindergarten-4th Grade.





TITLE : A CHRISTMAS CAROL (the story of the good angel john) (part 1)

TYPE : Literature


PAGES : 182

WORDS : 35.000

LANGUAGE : GREEK (main body) / ENGLISH (preface)




My name is John Goodwill and I was a real-estate tycoon. My job was to gain money by deceiving others. Literally speaking all I ever wanted in my life was absolute wealth. My only friends, if one could call them as such, were some other businessmen who did exactly the same job. My life moved around my professional projects aiming to one target; how to deceive other people in order to snatch both their money and property. Having almost no respect for other people’s life, I lived alone in my extended mansion outside New York surrounded by armed guards.

But one day I received an unexpected visit from a strange guy. He told me the unthinkable, that he was my angel named also John, and that he had been following me since my birthday! The most important thing, though, was that the angel informed me that I was going to die exactly on Christmas Day.

Of course I didn’t believe a word. I concluded that all these were just a game of my tired mind because I was always working a lot during Christmas days. But the strange guy didn’t seem disappointed by my derision and indifference. On the contrary; the so – called angel didn’t give up at all his cause to persuade me about his existence and he tried even more to help me.

And then unexpectedly I met a person from my remote past. She was the only real love I ever had in my capricious life; a beautiful Greek named Danae. Then my life changed forever.


Contact me at: [email protected]


Flying School

by Gary Harris

Flying School is about Oliver a fledgling that tries to fly before he’s ready. This leaves him stranded, alone and without his parents to protect and in time teach him. What’s he going to do? Who’s going to help him? And if there were some one where will he have to go to find them, and what dangers might he have to face along the way?

Frank, the Ant: Escape from the Termite Empire

by Arthur Lewis Gelston

An ant adventure for children age 8-11 reading above grade. Real ants don’t talk. But some ants make sounds by rubbing part of a leg across their abdomen so that a person listening very closely can hear the sound. There are no ant scientists or engineers, but some ants build structures using real engineering skills. This is a story about ants and other insects who talk, who live in organized societies, who plan for their future and change these plans when necessary, who go into battle and join voyages of exploration. Though a fantasy, the activities ascribed to ants in this book are, for the most part, REAL ant activities. Scientists have observed all of them. The author has simply translated the ant language of odor and touch into words more easily recognized by people who read books.

Great Mail Mix-Up (Dax and Zippa)

by Steve Hanson

Dax and Zippa met at a town carnival and have been best friends ever since. Dax is a great kid, but occasionally gets into trouble. When he does, his pet balloon animal Zippa is always to blame.

Dax wants to send his Grandma’s birthday card, but Zippa needs to know how the mail is sorted. (He’s sure there are sorting trolls!) When Zippa sneaks into the mail-sorting room, there’s a great mail mix-up. Everyone’s letters end up in the wrong place. Now it’s up to Dax and Zippa to fix the mess before bedtime or Grandma will never get her card on time.

The Great Mail Mix-Up is a short chapter book for children aged 6-10 who enjoy humorous stories. 10 Chapters. 5k words.

The Journal of Paul O’Leary: from the city to the outback.

by Michael Mardel

Journal of a 10 year old boy who moves to Broome. His adventures in a tropical town 4,000 km from Melbourne. Extra adventures in his dreams.

Sorrow the Cloud Finds Inner Freedom

by B.A. Hamel

Sorrow the Cloud Finds Inner Freedom is the story of an unusual cloud and her fear of pending disaster if she releases her tears.

Sorrow embarks upon a path of loneliness and isolation until she encounters a kind monk who gives her encouragement to overcome her fear of Bully Wind.

As they travel she comes to the aid of others by releasing her tears, which transform her. At journey’s end Sorrow, with the support of the monk, finds the courage to stand up and overcome her fear.

The book ends with Sorrow free from the prison of her fears, and now able to help bring life-saving moisture to the world.

Royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to SOWINS (women in need society)

First Day of Kindergarten

by I. Flair

“First Day of Kindergarten” is about a girl’s first day at school and how she made a new friend. It is written for children to read and for parents to read aloud to their children.

Forest Friends…..and Others

by James Finlay

Real and imaginary creatures living in and around the forest help, support, and even save, others. Not all fit this mold, however, and these are a source of fear and danger to the more vulnerable inhabitants

Hebrew Books: ×?עש×? ×?ש×? (Children’s Books)

by Yosef Sweed

פ×?×?ת א×?×?×?ת ×?×?קר את ס×?א ×?ס×?תא, ×?×?א פ×?×?ת א×?×?×?ת פ×?×?ת את שאשא ×?ש×?. ×?שאשא ×?ש×? ×?ש צ×?ר ×?×?×? ×?×?×?א א×?×?×? ×?א×?×?×? עש×? ×?×?רק, א×?×? ×?×?תר ×?×?×? א×?×?×? שאשא את פ×?×?ת. ×?×?ם א×?×? ×?ש×? פ×?×?ת ש×?ש×?×? ×?א ×?ש×?ר×?, שאשא ×?א×?×?×? ש×?×? ×?×?ר ×?א × ×?צא. א×?×? א×? ×?א×?×?, שאשא ת×?×?×? ×?×?שאר ×?×?×?×?. ×?א×?×?×?, ×?ת×?×?× ×? ר×?×? ×?×?×¢×?×?× ×?ת ×?×?×?×?×? ס×?א ×?×?סף את × ×?×?ת×? פ×?×?ת ×?×?סע ×?פר×?×?×? ×?×?×?נצ×?ת ×?×?ר×? ש×? ×?ש×?. ×?×?×?, שאשא ×?ש×? ×?א×?×?×?, ×?×?פ×? ×?×?×?ק ×?ש×?×¢×?ת×? ×?×?ש×?×? ×?×?×?×? ×?× ×?×?×?, ×?ם ×?×?×?ר×?ת×?. ×?ַעֲש×?Ö¶×? ×?ְּש×?Ö¶×? ×?×?× ×? ס×?פ×?ר א×?×?ת×? ×?×?ר×?ש ×¢×? ס×? ×?× ×?×?ת×? ש×?×?×?ת×? ×?×?ם ×?×?×?ת ×?×?×?×? ×?×?צאת ×?×?פ×?. ס×?פ×?ר ×?×?×?×?×?ם ש×?ם ×?×?×?ר×?ם ×?א×?×?×? ×?קר×?א. ×?ספר ×?ס×?×?ר ×?×¢×?×?× ×?ת ×?×?×?×?×?×?×? צ×?×?ר×?ם ×?קס×?×?×?ם ×?×?צ×? ×?ת×?×?×?×?×?ם עם ×?×?ת×? ש×? ×?×?×? א×?×?×?×?. ×?×? ×?×? ש×?×?×?×? א×? פעם ×?×?×?ת ×?×?×?×?, א×?×? א×?ת×? ×?× ×?× ×? ×?א×?×?ת×?, ×?×?×?ר את ×?×?א×? ×¢×? ×?×? ש×?×?ם א×?×? ×?×?×?ת ×?×?×?×?×?, ×?ת ×?שפ×?×? ש×? ×?×?ש, ×?×?×?×?ת ×?×¢×?×?×?×?.

The Lighthouse Orphanage

by A. J. Cosmo

Lots of things was ashore the Lighthouse Orphanage: toys missing their parts, bikes missing their wheels, and every once in a while, a little boy missing his memories.

4.5k words (24 pages), 7 full color illustrations, perfect for 2nd graders and up

What I Love About Christmas

by Chinwe Anyamele

In this cute children’s book, What I Love About Christmas- the Christmas story, two children talk about what they love about Christmas and listen to their mom as she tells them the bible story of the birth of Jesus. It is great as a read alone for early readers and with heartwarming pictures, it is suitable as a picture book for little ones too as they are read to. This book nicely helps to introduce the birth of Jesus to kids.

Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide (50 TIPS) #1 Favorite of Walking Dead Fans (Zombie Survival Guide PRO)

by Sven Van Dijk


50 top-rated professional rules that will help you stay alive in the zombie apocalypse!

While everyone else is hiding in their house, being eaten alive, and waiting for it to all blow over,

you’ll be high on the streets kicking undead ass & having a gold ol’ time!

This is more than just a funny book with rules about the zombie apocalypse… this might actually save your life and the lives of your friends & family!

The Cordyceps Brain Infection (real-life disease) is already working its way through insects and will soon hit on humans, creating the dreaded zombie apocalypse.

Grab this guide now & be prepared!

~ Sven Van Dijk & Temper Thompson

(Zombie Apocalypse Ass-Kicking Experts)

An Operation of Cooperation (A Sami and Thomas Adventure)

by James McDonald

On a sunny day

With two kids at play,

A problem comes about.

But rather than fight

And use their might,

They decide to figure it out.

Come along with Sami and Thomas on their adventure of cooperation, where a brother and a sister learn that working together makes for a much brighter day.

Zelda and the Crystal Slippers (The Crystal Adventures)

by R. W. Mitchell

What if all the â??Once Upon a Times’ and â??Happily Ever Afters’ were in fact all lies? Join Zelda, one of Cinderella’s â??ugly’ sisters on her quest around the Seven Fairytale Kingdoms.

Expect the unexpected in this magical adventure story as Zelda befriends the Big Bad Wolf, comes face to face with bloodthirsty blind mice, tackles dangerous pirates and battles the spiteful Cinderella and the evil Fairy Godmother. Who will win in this epic battle of good versus bad?

Zelda and the Crystal Slippers is the first book in The Crystal Adventures, a major new series that is going to change the face of fairytales FOREVER AFTER!

Also look out for ‘Zelda and the Crystal Lamp: The Crystal Adventures Book 2

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