Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 12 Dec 13

Princess Nell: Never Enough Stuff

by Deborah Bradley

Princess Nell has a problem. No matter how much she has, she’s never really happy…

Never enough treasures…

Never the right food for dinner…

She always has something to complain about, UNTIL…

She makes a special friend who helps her see life from a whole new perspective.

Princess Nell: Never Enough Stuff is a beautifully told children’s story that empowers and educates all at once.

Free Bonus: Princess Nell Audiobook inside!

– A great way to help children gain a healthy perspective on life.

– Inspired and happy ending that leaves your little prince or princess in a great place for sleep!

Scroll up and click the “Buy” button to get your copy of Princess Nell now!

For more great princess books on Amazon, check out Deborah Bradley’s best-selling Princess Ruby Book Series.



25 Extinct Animals… since the birth of mankind! Animal Facts, Photos and Video Links. (25 Amazing Animals Series)

by IP Factly

IP Factly presents… “25 Extinct Animals – Since the Birth of Mankind”

Amazing facts, photos and video links looking at extinct species that have disappeared since the arrival of homo sapiens.

Aimed mainly at the 8+ age range, it’s a fun and exciting way for newly and not so newly independent readers to find out more about animals. Books by IP Factly have been #1 kindle bestsellers because they present animals in a fun and entertaining way – mixing facts, photos and video clips.
IP Factly’s Amazing Animal series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading.

Accompanying webpages with video clips

This book provides fact after fact for information hungry children to tell family and friends, and even has accompanying webpages with video clips for many of the now extinct birds, extinct mammals and other species in the book.

It makes learning fun and gives a real reason for children to want to read by themselves. Kids will love discovering animal facts to share and enjoy.

The Amazing Animals range encourages children along the path to truly independent reading and learning.
See for yourself by clicking on the front cover to look inside the book.

This book is great for newly independent readers and not-so-newly independent readers alike. Difficult words are explained and fascinating facts are explored.

Video Links

The animals are accompanied by pictures and facts plus video links so children can learn more about the animals and how they behaved.
The video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills.

Reviews for other IP Factly books

5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Little Book By Spudman (Pasadena, MD United States)
(VINE VOICE) (TOP 100 REVIEWER)
This review is from: The 25 Weirdest Animals in the World!
I downloaded this book on a whim and am glad I did. The animals featured are fascinating, as are the accompanying photos. I really like the links to videos at the end of each segment.
Readers learn the habitat, diet and description of each creature. Young readers will certainly enjoy this book. Even this older reader was entertained by it.

5.0 out of 5 stars My son loves this book! By K. Smith “Taaa!” (St. Louis, MO)
This review is from: 25 of the Most Poisonous Animals in the World!
This book is really cool. It is part of a series of books 25 of the most _______ in the world. It gives a great description of the animal, what it does, lives, eats, ect. But at the end of each animal, there is a link to click on and it will take you to a webpage with videos of the animal. My son will read this book and watch the videos for hours on end. This is a really great education tool. The concept is fabulous! I highly suggest buying this book for your kiddo. My son and I have so much fun watching and reading this together. You or your kid will not be dissapointed.

There is even a question and answer session at the end of the book.

Children will enjoy testing what they have learnt, as well as delving back into the book to look at what they missed.

Extinct Animals Included:

Neanderthal
Short faced bear
Sabre-toothed cat
Dire Wolf
Woolly mammoth
Irish Elk
Moa
Haast’s eagle
Auroch
Dodo
Elephant bird
Bluebuck
Great Auk
Quagga
Stephens Island wren
Japanese wolf
Passenger pigeon
Heath hen
Lion (Barbary and Cape
Thylacine or Tasmanian tiger
Wake Island rail
Tecopa pupfish
Tiger (Java, Bali and Caspian)
Golden toad of Costa Rica
Imperial woodpecker (likely to be extinct)

Scroll up and Buy this book now – your child will love going back to it again and again.



Charlie – A Snowy Cove High School Novel

by Dalya Moon

“Charlie made me laugh and cry … a touching story with lots of heart.”
Charlie’s not like the other girls. When they dress up in short skirts for Halloween, Charlie comes to school as a lumberjack, complete with a cardboard ax. She’d like to catch the eye of the dark-haired, moody boy in her homeroom, but she only attracts weirdos, like Ross, the class clown who wears the penguin mascot costume.
Full of ninth grade ups and downs, Charlie is a humorous, fast-paced read for teenagers or those longing to take a road trip back to high school in the 1980s.

Recommended for: YA or mature MG, Ages 12+

A delightful read that had me smiling the entire time.”

“Wonderful debut novel from a promising author with a gift for storytelling.”



Janie and the Magic Box Christmas

by Julia Dweck

Christmas is coming, but the thermometer is rising to 100 degrees. Janie looks at her green yard and fills up with woe. One day â??till Christmas with no sign of snow! Not a fleck, not a speck, not a white spot around. Each blade of grass sticks straight up from the ground. When a curious freckled-box arrives on Janie’s doorstep, she opens it, releasing a whirlwind of mischievous freckles. Join Janie as she follows the freckles on a wild chase to save Christmas. This rhyming tale is told with humor and heart. It is destined to become a holiday classic for generations to come.



Children’s Book: Sammie Snail Does Not Want a Shell

by Jenny Baker

Sammie Snail has a problem – his Shell. It’s too heavy, too hot and not that much fun. Especially during a day in the sun.

Sammie decides he has had enough. He wants out. Out of the confinements of his shell, to become a free snail!

But little does he know how wrong he would turn out to be…

Join Sammie and his friends on a wild adventure that will teach you that sometimes, even the things we don’t really appreciate and take for granted, possess the greatest value!

This exceptional book for young children is illustrated with beautiful, adorable images and written with love and care that is felt throughout the story. Hop on board! Your children (and you) will not be disappointed.



Children’s book: Where is Carpill off to? (Bedtime story for age 4-8)

by Achiya Zallayet

A wondrous journey into the world of nature

A free present inside!

The author Achiya Zallayet sweeps away both parent and child onto a wondrous journey into the world of nature.

The journey takes the reader on the trail of Carpill, a little caterpillar who has gone missing in the forest.

His friends, the insects of the forest, look from door to door in search of their friend

but they cannot understand where Carpill could possibly have gone.

The story, which is bursting with vivid, expressive illustrations and animated dialogue of the forest animals,

introduces the reader to a world of discovery and an array of endearing characters.

Ë?Ë?Ë? ********Excellent book as a Christmas present!*******

Let’s go together and find Carpill!



The Adventures of Cecilia Spark – the Mystical Mountains of Terra (Book 2 in the series)

by Ngaire Elder

A race against time. Good versus evil. The Sceptre of Malvado is at risk of falling into the wrong hands, and Soldier’s fate depends on its recovery. Can Cecilia and Soldier find the sceptre before the total eclipse of the sun or will someone else beat them to it?
Another gripping adventure for Cecilia Spark, with lots of thrills and spills along the way.
Suitable for 5-8 year old boys and girls.
Illustrated novel.
The Mystical Mountains of Terra is the second book in the series the Adventures of Cecilia Spark.



Learn to Cook 101 — Step-by-Step Cooking Lessons for All Ages, by the Cooking Dude

by John Choisser

Here’s where you start learning to cook! Step by step, you are going to learn what you need to know to cook for yourself and others. But even if you are already an experienced cook, you might still want to browse through the beginning pages. You could learn something that makes you a better cook!

We start simple, and progress in easy steps. Before you know it, you will feel comfortable in the kitchen, willing to try new recipes, and even to modify them to your taste. Some of the lessons are very detailed, and you more experienced cooks might think I’m overdoing it. But remember how it was when you first learned, and realize that I’m helping novices learn from scratch. You can speed-read or skip over the stuff that you already know.

With each lesson, I’ll tell you what you need to have on hand, what you are going to learn, how long it will take, how to do it, and what results you should expect. Plus, each lesson will result in one or more simple recipes so you can immediately use what you have learned.

You are also going to learn to cook without being hogtied to recipes. You will be able to look in the fridge or pantry and figure out what you can make with what you have on hand. For example, breakfast is a great time for me to use up leftovers. And I get the best breakfasts in town, right on the spur of the moment. And without any recipes, just learning to use the basic skills you’ll learn here.

But it is also important to know that sometimes recipes need to be followed exactly. Especially when baking, ¼ of a teaspoon is specified for a very good reason. I’ll try to make you generally aware of when it’s ok to wing it and when it’s not.

We’re going to start learning to boil water, and to make something useful from it we’ll boil some eggs; soft boiled, hard boiled, and even coddled. Then use those eggs for egg salad, deviled eggs, and the Original Caesar Salad, using Caesar’s own recipe as told by his widow.

Then we’ll learn how to make tuna salad, learn to cook pasta, and how to use the oven for baking and roasting. We’ll cover frying, poaching, boiling, baking, barbequing, grilling, roasting, and sautéing. You’ll make cheeseburgers, French fries, macaroni and cheese, salads, and other “fast food”. You’ll also learn to make Mexican, Italian, and other ethnic dishes, and special dinners for dates and company, like prime rib or poached salmon with orange tarragon sauce.

While I’m at it, I’m going to cover some other topics you might have missed in your earlier days: how to set the table, how to carve a turkey, how to chop up an onion, cutting up chickens, how to plan a meal, defrosting stuff, and so forth.

Which napkin is yours? What the heck, you want to feel comfortable when the boss or a date takes you out to a fancy restaurant, don’t you? Before you put some bread on a bread plate, you better know which plate is for you!

The last part of the book is for reference. There you can find help if you’re facing an empty kitchen that’s a strange land to you. How to outfit the kitchen with pots and pans, spices and herbs, kitchen tools, and other things you’ll need to get started, like how to start with an empty pantry or fridge. There are also some helpful tips, such as disaster recovery (how to correct some kitchen mistakes), kitchen safety, and weights and measures.

The sections on seasoning, herbs, and spices will be of interest to nearly all cooks, regardless of their experience.

I’ve added links back to the Table of Contents throughout the book to make it easy for you to jump around in the book as you use it. I realize that most eBook readers allow this already, but this way this feature is always available. They look like this: TOC

The important thing is to have fun and don’t obsess over perfection. After a few lessons, you’ll be able to cut down on take-out food, eat better, and save money!

Let’s get started!



SHARKS: Warriors of the Sea, A Children’s Book (Animals of The Sea Series)

by Lynn Simone

Sharks: Warriors of the Sea contains both educational and fun facts along with stunning photographs of these amazing animals of the sea.

The book was written for children. It is a great book for parents to read and enjoy with their younger children, while older children should be able to read this book on their own.

The book contains information on sharks’ anatomy, breathing, feeding, breeding and much more. You will learn interesting facts such as the largest and the smallest sharks living today, how old sharks are, and which shark is called the â??garbage can of the sea’. These are entertaining facts for both children and adults alike!

Eight of today’s sharks are highlighted with their own chapters. They are:

– The Great White Shark – a true man eater

– The Tiger Shark – has stripes like a tiger

– The Nurse Shark – a bottom feeder

– The Whale Shark – the largest fish in the sea

– The Goblin Shark – a real rarity

– The Dwarf Lantern Shark – tiny but interesting

– The Hammerhead Shark – most bizarre

– The Basking Shark – a gentle giant.

The book includes incredible images of beautiful and unusual sharks. Even though this is a book written for children, it is both educational and enjoyable for all ages!

This book is now specially priced for the Amazon store.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed!



Children’s Picture Books: Times to be Noisy, Times to be Quiet

by Steve Karagiannis

Children’s picture books are wonderful, aren’t they?
Especially so, when they engage a child’s mind and touch their hearts.

If you read story books as a child, you no doubt have warm memories of snuggling up in bed with your teddy and a loving parent reading bedtime stories to you.

I certainly do!

That’s why I wanted to capture that feeling of love, wonder and possibility in my story book set for kids.

The easy-to-read text is aimed at 3-8 year old kids – but most ages will enjoy the rhythmic, melodic prose and read aloud flow.

Reading picture books sets your kids up for a love of books, a love of learning and a healthy love of themselves. Also, turning the story book into a game by asking questions as you go along, gets them involved and thinking even more!

I’ve included a free gift for your children – a few of my favorite pictures from several of my books for your child to color in. Perfect for rainy days!

So I hope you enjoy my series of children’s picture books, including “Times to be Noisy, Times to be Quiet:”

There are times to be noisy, and there are times to be quiet.
But what do you do when you’ve got them confused?



The Swamp Angel: The Continuing Adventures of Pauly Bunyan, Paul Bunyan’s Incredible Son!

by Roy Stier

Contrary to popular belief, the legendary Paul Bunyan really existed. He was a fugitive from his native Quebec, having to flee for his life during the Papineau Rebellion. At first he battled the forces of the then, young Queen Victoria in 1837, later retreating into the forests of northern Michigan. He was never to return.

Only those closest to Paul Bunyan were aware that he had fathered a childâ?? a boy who had been kept away from logging camps and the woods community. The first that most folks knew of the boy’s existence was when the child was brought to the cabin of the camp keeper (food provider for the camp) for the purpose of finding him a foster home.

After a few years in foster care, Pauly (Paul Bunyan’s son) was left to the Swamp Angel by Paul Bunyan because of a tragedy leaving the foster child homeless.

Paul called his old friend, the Swamp Angel aside as Pauly, standing somewhat rigidly, watched them whispering and occasionally glancing his way. Finally, Pauly’s father, with a hard, somber look on his face, came over to him, bending down to meet the boy’s height. “Son, this is gonna be hard to understand.” Then, after a long pause: “The Swamp Angel here is gonna take care of you. No matter what, you mind him!”

So begins the incredible story of the adventures of Paul Bunyan’s son, Pauly. The book is part of a series of three written by Roy Stier before his untimely death in 2007. Timeless Voyager Press has re-issued the books as Kindles for all younger readers who enjoy outdoor adventures and are interested in the ways of lost pioneering skills. Set in the deep forests of Ohop, Washington, the adventures will make your child’s imagination run wild with bunkhouse tales told by long forgotten loggers over the camp fire.

13 digitally colored illustrations (originally B&W) accompany the 29 chapters of the adventures of Paul, son of Paul Bunyan and his mentor. The Swamp Angel.



Whales: Gentle Giants of the Sea, A Children’s Book (Animals of the Sea Series)

by Lynn Simone

Whales: Gentle Giants of the Sea contains both educational and fun facts along with stunning photographs of these amazing animals of the sea.

The book was written for children. It is a great book for parents to read and enjoy with their younger children, while older children should be able to read this book on their own.

The book contains information on whales’ anatomy, breathing, feeding, breeding and much more. You will learn interesting facts such as the largest and the smallest whales living today, the two ways whales eat, and what â??Spy Hopping’ is. These are entertaining facts for both children and adults alike!

Nine whale species are highlighted with their own chapters. They are:

– Beluga Whales – as white as the ice they live near

– Killer Whales – how they hunt in a pack

– Pilot Whales – get a load of those teeth

– Sperm Whales – how they got their name

– Narwhals – maybe the reason for the Unicorn myths

– Blue Whales – the largest animals that have ever lived

– Humpback Whales – find out what this species is known for

– Minke & Pygmy Right Whales – the smallest whales

The book includes incredible images of beautiful and unusual whales. Even though this is a book written for children, it is both educational and enjoyable for all ages!

This book is now specially priced for the Amazon store.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed!



What is a Green Anole? – Amazing facts and photos about this tiny lizard that’s related to the Komodo Dragon

by Jessica Moore

[Reminder: Amazon Prime members can borrow this book for free.]

“Lots of photos and interesting facts!” – Paula Steen
“Interesting and a Fun Read.” – S. Rigby

This Kindle ebook for young children answers the question in the title, “What is a Green Anole?” The section titles listed below show what information is contained in each of the easy-to-read, bite-size chunks that are accompanied by wonderful photos of these common lizards that are often mistaken for chameleons.

At the end of the book there are questions and answers to help reinforce the information presented in the book. There are also links to websites where you can discover a lot more about these adorable little lizards.

The Green Anole lizards in the photos speak to the young readers through captions that engage them in a personal way.

Contents:

  • Where They Live
  • Body Features
  • What They Eat
  • Baby Anoles
  • Behavior
  • Hibernation
  • Enemies of Green Anoles
  • Green Anoles as Pets
  • 7 Things You Might Not Know About Green Anoles and Other Lizards
  • Bonus Pictures
  • What Did You Learn?
  • Answers
  • Where to Learn More
  • How to Review This Book

Download this book now and read it with your child or grandchild tonight.



Olaf’s Big Bonfire – A Christmas Tale

by Michael Southon

A spiritual story aimed at 6 to 11 year olds (adults will also enjoy it), Olaf’s Big Bonfire is a Christmas story that will warm your heart.

Olaf is convinced that a small light that crosses the night sky every year on the evening of December 24th is Father Christmas.

He sets out to build an enormous fire in the hope that it will bring Father Christmas to his village. Olaf’s simple faith heals broken hearts and unites a divided village.

If you’re a fan of Max Lucado you’ll love this uplifting fable!



The Four Little Pigs (Fishy Tales)

by Anastasya Shepherd

A cautionary tale about the sad consequences of little pigs being ill-prepared for real-world encounters with Big Bad Wolves. A shocking revelation about the fourth little pig, who has been previously concealed from the public eye. And – of course – a reasonably happy end.



Hello My Name is Rose and this is My Christmas Story

by Lisa Arnold

Hello My Name is Rose and this is My Christmas Story invites children to count the days to Christmas with Rose. Every day she has something different planned to celebrate Christmas. Includes 26 illustrations by first time authors Jessica and Lisa Arnold, this is a fun story for kids written by kids!



Francis Frog Finds a Home

by Theresa Lepiane

How do you talk about moving to a child, especially if that move is not a happy one? Today with the financial difficulties many face, people have had trouble keeping their homes. Foreclosures are at an all time high in the United States, but people have to move for many reasons. Often those reasons are not understood and young children are afraid. When my cousin was recently divorced, she and her young son came to live with us. I wrote this book for Stephen Francis because he loved frogs and Francis Frog finding a home made him feel that he too would find a permanent home with the people he loved.

When Francis Frog finds his puddle has grown smaller and smaller in the sun, Francis has to find a new home. Come and see what and WHO he finds in his adventure. A great read aloud for preschoolers or easy read for primary school children. If you like this book, please come back and write a review so others can find it. Click on the book, and then the stars. http://goo.gl/xyXPfX

Thank you,

Theresa Lepiane



Father Christmas: Memoirs from the North Country

by Carl Rivers

Nicholas Gambinero, a mercenary from the middle ages goes through an unwanted transformation. After his encounter with a monk in war torn Bulgaria, he embarks on a mission to rescue elves in peril. In the process he discovers his true identity, and earns the title of “Father Christmas.”



How Lucy The Ladybug Lost Her Spots ( A great book for kids 4-8 to teach about team work and sharing. Full illustrations.)

by Charlene Christie

A Teaching Book For Kids 4-8, With A Great Moral Lesson To Be Learned

Lucy is a really friendly ladybug, she’s just a bit lazy. She never wants to help out when she should but always wants the same share as those who helped out.

During the course of the story Lucy is confronted with her own selfishness and how it almost cost her everything.  A great book for children and a great story about morals of sharing, working together and teamwork. All children ages 4-8 will love this book. A great book about bugs for kids. A bestselling book topic for kids and a must buy for your child.



Hello Bella! (Children’s eBook: Learn to say hello in different languages)

by Nicole J Foster

Great Book for Teaching Kids to Say Hello in Another Language!

Take a walk with Bella and meet her friends while learning to say “Hello” in different languages. This funny and engaging picture book will keep your little smiling and learning new words very quickly.



Childrens eBook: Lights on, Lights Off, a bedtime story

by Nicole J Foster

Little Annabelle is ready for bed, but her imagination runs wild when the lights are out. Good thing Daddy is there to show her it’s just her imagination. All of the sights and sounds in her bedroom are just her eyes and ears playing tricks on her.

This great bedtime story from Nicole J Foster will help your little one get to sleep and laugh a little at Annabelle’s imagination.



The Girl In The Mango Tree

by Richard Capwell

Kane O’Conner lives with his large, rowdy family on Fort Clayton Army Base in the Panama Canal Zone. Awkward, asthmatic Kane spends most of his time reading until one day, in 1976, he discovers a Kuna Indian girl hiding in a mango tree in the jungle near his house.



The Ultimate Knock Knock Joke Book for Kids

by Jarrod Gloury

Whether you’re a kid at heart or want to introduce your own kids to the wonderful world of knock-knock jokes, this book will give you hours of laugh-out-loud moments!

Over 100 of the best knock knock jokes, so you’ll always have a new one at-hand for those moments when you need a good chuckle.

Knock, knock

Who’s there?

Doctor

Doctor who?

You’re right!

———————-

Knock, knock

Who’s there?

Boo

Boo who?

Don’t cry, it’s only a joke.

———————

Knock, knock

Who’s there?

Winnie

Winnie who?

Winnie The Pooh!

and many, many more!



A Dragon in Trouble (The Dragon’s Hatchlings)

by Rosie Cottier

Black Wizards have attacked the great dragon Ribastra. Badly injured she can only hope that her young Hatchlings can save her. Rushing to help her they too are captured. With Ribastra’s life in danger and no chance of escape the boys know they are in trouble, but who can to help them?



Marvelous Bridges Book-24 Amazing Sites!

by Gary Moore

Every page is crafted to give the reader new types of beautiful scenery Each picture is carefully selected to wet the appetite for more lovely

pictures to give the eyes treasures to feast on. Each picture draws you

on to more exciting vistas!

Your family will delight in wanting just one more look with the

hint of more to come.. Enjoy the fun together of sharing

each new picture to give fun and delight. Enjoy the sights together!

Marvelous Bridges Book-24 Amazing Sites!, will delight all who view it



Willy The Wonky Wizard – The Rescue

by Happy World Books

A delightful and humorous tale about a young and inexperienced wizard who uses his not very reliable powers of magic to help save a bully, who then becomes a good friend.



Byte Barkley: Secret Agent K-9

by Todd Strasser

Byte Barkley is a retired Labrador retriever who used to work for the top secret Animal Intelligence Agency doing spy work considered too dangerous for humans.
With New Year’s Eve coming, the Internet is filled with terrorist threats, including one from an unknown organization called PHLUSH demanding a trillion dollars and the use of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.
With all available agents working on other threats, Byte is called back into active duty to investigate. Soon he and his team of agents find themselves facing the most terrible threat to the United States since the invention of indoor plumbing.
Can Byte save us?
Or is our country doomed to go down the drain?



Penelope’s Toothache

by Ariele Nolla


Penelope’s got a hopping, horrible toothache, karma from eating too many of her Aunt Loveona’s Chocolovely chocolates. Ain’t too much fun for poor Penelope, but her amusing encounter with the oh, so shuddersome Dr. Flossie Floss, the family dentist, has her forever and forever being wary of those cavity-causing SUGAR BUGS!

(Check out Amazon’s Ariele Nolla Page for more images from this book.)



Children’s Books: Silky Milky (Kids bedtime stories book for ages 3-7) (The Old Ugly Cup Kitchen Tales)

by Miley Smiley

Children’s Book: “Silky Milky” (Bedtime stories children’s book, ages 3-7)

This fun children’s picture book is about Silky Milky who lives Inside the big Kitchen Refrigerator. Silky Milky likes to leave the refrigerator to hang out with his friends: Cookie Rookie and the three cereals, Funch, Hunch and Crunch.

Read this fun and entertaining bedtime story now!



The Christmas Project (A Christmas Story for Children)

by Nicola Palmer

A festive story for children aged 9+

Something peculiar is happening in Trundleford. Grandad has disappeared, it has been snowing for months and Christmas lights have appeared from nowhere. Then there are the new neighbours – the strangest people Billy has ever met.

Determined to find out what’s going on, eleven-year-old Billy launches an investigation which leads to a disturbing discovery. Can he keep such a big secret?

When the mysterious neighbours are invited for dinner, this could turn in to the worst Christmas ever. But then Christmas is full of surprises …



Frosty The Snowman:Twas the night before Christmas

by Sophia Dizaga

Frosty the snowman goes to visit his pal, Santa Claus. On the way strange things are happening… animals are flying without wings; pigs, buffalos etc. He gets to Santa’s house and Santa has a problem; his Reindeers and sleigh loaded with gifts for kids cannot fly…it was the night before Christmas.

Read on as Frosty the snowman saves Christmas for kids all around the world!

Frosty The Snowman: Twas the night before Christmas is suitable for kids 4 years and up.



Jojo’s Christmas Day – A sweet Christmas story about a naughty elephant

by Sujatha Lalgudi

This is a beautifully illustrated Christmas story about Jojo, the naughty elephant calf.

Jojo loves to eat his favorite red fruits. On Christmas eve, he refuses to share the fruits with his friends.

The Queen announces a grand Christmas party. None of his friends want to celebrate Christmas with Jojo.

Will Jojo mend his ways?

What happens in the Christmas party??

Read this sweet little Christmas book to find out …

This story hopes to capture the spirit of Christmas and the joy of friendship and sharing.

Merry Christmas!

Bonus: Go on a berry hunt! Find the partially hidden berries on each page.



Junior Honor Society: The Workbook (Junior Honor Society: The Amazing Voyage)

by Kathy McCray

This workbook is for you to use as you read Junior Honor Society: The Amazing Voyage! By completing this excellent workbook and Bible study tool, you’ll gain insight and skills to:

1. Identify areas of spiritual strength and weakness in your Christian walk.
2. Face difficulties God’s way in your everyday life, with biblical armor that will help you defeat the enemy of your soul.
3. Learn His wisdom and love for dealing with racial diversity and conflict.



Knights: Pictures and Fun Facts

by Sean Knight

Borrow for FREE with Amazon Prime!

Medieval knights looked so strong and powerful in their armor. If you have ever been to a castle you have probable seen a knight’s armor in person. The knight is a hero and children love to learn about them. This book includes pictures and a lot of information about medieval knights. Download today for a fun book for your kids.



The Sacred Moonstone: The Continuing Adventures of Pauly Bunyan, Paul Bunyan’s Incredible Son!

by Roy Stier

Contrary to popular belief, the legendary Paul Bunyan really existed. He was a fugitive from his native Quebec, having to flee for his life during the Papineau Rebellion. At first he battled the forces of the then, young Queen Victoria in 1837, later retreating into the forests of northern Michigan. He was never to return.

Only those closest to Paul Bunyan were aware that he had fathered a childâ?? a boy who had been kept away from logging camps and the woods community. The first that most folks knew of the boy’s existence was when the child was brought to the cabin of the camp keeper (food provider for the camp) for the purpose of finding him a foster home.

After a few years in foster care, Pauly (Paul Bunyan’s son) was left to the Swamp Angel by Paul Bunyan because of a tragedy leaving the foster child homeless.

In book two, The Sacred Moonstone, young Pauly Bunyan, having ended his adventures with the Swamp Angel, goes on a pilgrimage seeking the super strength of his father. As a teenager, he is now on his own for this venture into the unknown. The book is part of a series of three written by Roy Stier before his untimely death in 2007. Timeless Voyager Press has re-issued the books as Kindles for all younger readers who enjoy outdoor adventures and are interested in the ways of lost pioneering skills, following the American Indian tales, and learning the ways of loggers and trappers. Set in the deep forests of Ohop, Washington, the adventures will make your child’s imagination run wild.

12 digitally colored illustrations (originally B&W) accompany the 19 chapters of the continuing adventures of Pauly, son of Paul Bunyan and his many logging and Indian mentors.



Three Little Sisters

by RyAnn Hall

This book tells a story of how much fun three sisters had together when they were little. It shows children how much fun it can be to have brothers and sisters. It is a perfect little book for preschool age children!



You are a Traveler

by Elizabeth DeSouza

You are a Traveler is a rhyme for all ages and a blessing for a joyous and passionate life. The authors fuse vibrant artwork and clever prose into a rhythmic role-playing tale meant for reading aloud. The main characters are You, a traveler, and I, a musician. We are kindred spirits whose journey recalls our deep connections with nature and each other. This heartwarming picture book inspires the imagination and celebrates hopes and dreams.



Moose: Pictures and Information

by Tim Lester

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If you like nature and wild animals this is the book for you. This book provides fun facts and pictures of moose. Out in nature the moose roams the plains. It is large and very strong. If you want to learn more then download this book today.



Riding the Bus! A childs guide to riding the school bus

by Tina Sheffield

Riding the school bus can be one of the most difficult things for a child! It can be scary lonely and highly intimidating. This ebook for kids provides an introduction on how to ride the school bus with information on where to sit, how to act, and how to find your stop. Perfect for any child with a little anxiety about going to school or for any child who loves big buses, school buses, trucks and tractors.



Bella Boo, Where Are You?

by Nicole J Foster

The adventures of Bella, the curious and trouble finding puppy continue.

“Where, oh where are you Bella Boo?
Are you under the table with my missing shoe?”

Follow the trail of paw prints, dirt, messy beds, water drool and more as we search for Bella.

A must have read along book for anyone that has dogs in their life.



The Return From Vialuc (Vialuc Book 2)

by Cecile Alexander

PLEASE, NOTICE THIS IS BOOK 2 , THE CONTINUATION OF THE SERIES VIALUC (BOOK 1) .

Gillian returns from his native, lonely world Vialuc, to find solace in his work on Earth, where he tries to adapt to personal and social difficulties and gain friends. He thinks about the need to trust someone enough to reveal his secret.



Junior Honor Society: The Amazing Voyage

by Kathy McCray

ANGELA WASHINGTON never imagined
that moving from the “big city” to small-
town Fairland, Virginia, at age 13 would
mean the painful upheaval of her normal,
joyous world. But her transition wasn’t just
extremely difficult, it began an adventure of
struggle, achievement, love and hope she
never thought she’d have to live through.
Through it all Angela learns that no matter
how bad a situation may get, when you have
God fighting for you, darkness will have
to flee His powerful, life-changing light.



I Want to be a Princess

by Ruth Silver

Elsa wants to be a princess. She imagines living in a castle made out of candy and riding a horse to the market. It sounds perfect, but is it what she really wants?

Ages 3-5



Max The Kitty Cat

by Cecile Alexander

This illustrated little book about a kitty supports preschoolers in their first day of school, and encourages drawing and learning.



Safe Child Dangerous World: A Family Survival Guide

by Mrs. Ruth – Lerner –

The title says it all. Safe Child~Dangerous World is a unique compilation of information designed to aid parents, grandparents and other caregivers in keeping children out of harm’s way. All sixteen chapters are devoted to teaching safety concepts to young children and their families. There isn’t a day that passes where we’re not confronted with screaming headlines about pointless, preventable injuries to and death of young children and, in some instances, whole families. As I am writing this, a glaring headline from the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) dated September 19, 2013, states that “more than a third of children under age 13 who died in passenger vehicle crashes in 2011 were not in car seats or wearing seat belts”. That’s right! 2011 and more than one out of three caregiver/drivers failed to recognize the dangers inherent in failing to use seat restraints for children and themselves. Multiply these needless tragedies by countless others — children being suffocated in their parent’s cars, drowning in unsecured home swimming pools, being kidnapped in malls, playgrounds and other public places, being molested by people they trusted, being bullied by their peers –and you can begin to grasp the scope of this life-saving handbook. Safe Child~Dangerous World will get your child through minor scrapes and major disasters. Part I – Avoiding Danger in Public Places – teaches your child how to be safe in malls, parks, playgrounds, crossing streets, riding bicycles, getting to and from school, etc. It provides vital information about water safety, automobile safety and handling summer outdoor threats. Part II – Dangers in the Home – teaches children what to do in hazardous situations–fire, carbon monoxide leaks, choking…and instructs kids on proper eating habits and safe behavior in the home. Part III – Personal Dangers – discusses Internet safety, how to prevent your child from being bullied and how to empower your child. The chapter on bullying takes a different approach than most discussions on the subject. It focuses less on the bully and places greater emphasis on making your child bullyproof. The chapter on Empowering Your Child reinforces the chapter on bullying and adds a new dimension. Each chapter has a section titled In The Reading Room, where children of different types of families tell stories to your kids about how to be safe and smart in a multitude of situations. In the section addressed to parents, grandparents and other caregivers, life-saving advice and recommendations support and enhance the information offered in the children’s stories. This handbook is not meant to be read in one or two sittings. It should be treated like an instruction manual or reference guide, kept handy to be read and reread. The appendix contains questions for your kids to answer on each chapter. Accidents happen, but the number and severity can be dramatically reduced by giving your child, grandchild, niece or nephew the skills and knowledge to survive. As it says in the preface to Safe Child~Dangerous World, “It’s truly better to be safe than sorry.”



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