Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 19 Dec 13

Brianna the Ballet Fairy (KiteReaders Fairy Series)

by Julia Dweck

Visit the magical world of Fairy Trails. Brianna the Ballet Fairy is an enchanting tale that will touch the heart of anyone who has ever had a special dream. Down among the sugarplums are sprites no bigger than your thumbs. Brianna is the smallest sprite who sprinkles sugar through the night. Enter a world of fairies, pixies and dazzling enchantment. Brianna wishes that she could dance with the elite Sugarplum Fairies who prance among the sugarplums. However, she is still too young. Can a pixie help Brianna realize her dream or will she trick Brianna, instead? The story is written in a lyrical rhyme scheme that will captivate young readers. The colorful illustrations capture the creativity and imagination of this poignant tale that encourages readers to believe in themselves and their dreams.



My First Smoothie Recipe Book (Children Can Cook Cookbook)

by Ponn Sabra

Amazon #1 Bestseller

Cookbook For Kids By Kids

There are many wonderful smoothie recipes in this book, all created by kids. 5-star Amazon review, T. van Es

Nutrient Wealthy – Simple, Quick and Fabulous Recipes for the Kids. 5-star Amazon review, Bman115

Childhood Obesity Is On The Rise

  • Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years*
  • In 2010, more than 1/3 of children and adolescents were overweight or obese*

* = Centers of Disease Control, 2013

Smoothie Recipes For Kids

Research shows that children who cook have higher self-esteem and eat healthier. What better way to get kids in the kitchen then making simple, fun, healthy smoothies!?

Fast and Fun, Healthy and Easy – Perfect for Family Health. 5-star Amazon review, Kytka.

This unique cookbook is designed to introduce kids to the joy of cooking, and exploring various healthy foods with adult supervision.

  • All smoothie recipes in this debut Children Can Cook Cookbook was created by kids for kids
  • Recipes are low in sugar, high in nutrients, and many are non-dairy based
  • Each chapter leads with a fun and creative poem that teaches kids about the particular food group and its nutritional value
  • Serving sizes shared for each recipe

Chapters Include:
* Citrus Smoothies
* Berry Smoothies
* Vegetable Smoothies
* Yogurt Smoothies
* Dairy Smoothies

…So, what do you say? Ready to make a smoothie today?
Okay! Let’s start making smoothies in our special kid way

FREE Bonus Gifts Included With Your Purchase of “My First Smoothie Recipe Book”

You can download a FREE MP3 audio recording of all the Smoothie Rhymes and Rhythms, Coloring Pages and More with your purchase of this Kindle ebook.



Space!Kids Book About Solar System -Pictures & Fun Facts

by Spencer Jones

Space! Written by Spencer Jones and published by eBook Kids,”Space!Kids Book About Solar System -Pictures & Fun Facts” Learning and entertainment tool for kids of all ages.



Visual Baby

by Damian Comfort

Thirty new pictures to stimulate and delight your baby.

Babies adore these high-contrast black and white patterns.

Not sure? Try two of the images for free in the â??click to LOOK INSIDE!’ preview feature on the book image.

Try the other exciting titles in the Visual Baby series. Click on my Author Page to see the details. You can also find out more about me and my background there.

Toy manufacturers choose bold high-contrast designs for baby mobiles and fabrics because they know that’s the best way to stimulate developing vision. Now you can do the same with this eBook.

The images vary in style and complexity and you’ll soon find the ones your baby likes best. Use the magnification feature on your eBook reader to fill the screen and get a different view on the pictures.

Capture your baby’s attention and give them the stimulation they love!



The Story of Evil

by Adrian Proca

One old scientist that is passionate with the ancient science of alchemy creates during one of his experiments a giant, evil snake that threatens our planet, as we know it. Will the scientist and his new friend, a teenager named Cody, manage to annihilate Slasher, the Evil snake? Or maybe Slasher will call in for help some of his evil friends? You can find out by reading this book; the story in it is written as it was told by a six year old boy who took the 2013 NaNoWriMo challenge to create a novel in one month.



104 Funny Christmas Knock Knock Jokes for kids (Best knock knock jokes) (Series 3 )

by Ryan Williams

Over one hundred and four of hilarious and very funny Christmas Knock Knock jokes! Book 3

104 Funny Knock Knock Jokes 4 kids is suitable for kids of all ages who will enjoy reading and telling their friends clean and funny knock knock jokes.

Youngsters are given an extraordinary motivation to talk before gatherings and with practice have the capacity to feel great doing it. Have fun and laugh!

BONUS CONTENT

Plus extra 18 jokes from: 104 Knock Knock Jokes Book 1

Plus extra 25 jokes from: 104 Thanksgiving Knock Knock Jokes Book 2

Plus extra 18 jokes from: 104 New Year’s Knock Knock Jokes Book 4



Every Kid’s Guide to Decision Making and Problem Solving (Living Skills)

by Joy Berry

Age Level: 6-12
The Living Skills books are a series of 27 books by award-winning author Joy Berry. Like all of the Joy Berry books, this series stresses individual responsibility. The purpose is to help kids develop into self-sufficient, intelligent, independent thinking young adults. The books in the Joy Berry “classics” have sold over 85 million copies and helped hundreds of thousands of parents and kids over the past twenty years.

We all make hundreds of decisions every dayâ??some rather insignificant and some that can be life-changing. In Every Kid’s Guide to Decision Making and Problem Solving, Joy Berry lays the groundwork for making good decisions and solving problems. She talks about the process and gives specific advice on how to approach any decision or problem. Topics include:
– what a decision is,
– three guidelines for making good decisions,
– six steps for making good decisions,
– reasons for making your own decisions,
– what a problem is, and
– six steps for solving problems.

The book features colorful cartoons on every page that both amuse and engage the reader.

The 27 books in the Living Skills series are:
Being Special
Coping With Childhood Traumas
Being a Communicator
Responding to Danger
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Handling Family Arguments
Family Rules and Responsibilities
Handling Fights with Brothers or Sisters
Good Manners
Handling Disagreements
Handling Feelings
Understanding Human Rights
Handling Illness
Intelligent Spending
The Juvenile Justice System
Laws That Relate to School and Work
Laws that Relate to Kids in the Community
Laws that Relate to Parents and Children
Making Friends
Making and Managing Money
Understanding Nightmares
Nutrition and Health Care
Overcoming Prejudice and Discrimination
Understanding Parents
Thinking and Learning
Using Time Wisely
Watching TV Intelligently



Let’s Talk About Being Helpful (Let’s Talk About)

by Joy Berry

Brand New 2013 Edition.
Ages 3-6
“Let’s Talk About Being Helpful” (Let’s Talk About series) helps children understand and manage the concept of being helpful. Joy Berry’s down-to-earth approach points out reasons why a child may resist being helpful and follows that with specific advice on actions they can take that will make them want to be helpers. Like all of Joy Berry’s books, “Let’s Talk About Being Helpful” 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.



Every Kid’s Guide to Understanding Parents (Living Skills)

by Joy Berry

Age Level: 6-12

The Living Skills books are a series of 27 books by award-winning author Joy Berry. Like all of the Joy Berry books, this series stresses individual responsibility. The purpose is to help kids develop into self-sufficient, intelligent, independent thinking young adults. The books in the Joy Berry “classics” have sold over 85 million copies and helped hundreds of thousands of parents and kids over the past twenty years.

Many children never think about putting themselves in their parent’s shoes. In Every Kid’s Guide to Understanding Parents, Joy Berry helps kids to understand their parents by taking a close look at what parents do and the responsibilities they have. Topics include:
– there are different kinds of parents,
– parents want what is best for their children,
– parents are responsible for their children,
– there are many ways parents take care of their children,
– there are several ways parents supervise their children,
– parents deserve to receive something from their children, and
– parents are not perfect.

The book features colorful cartoons on every page that both amuse and engage the reader.

The 27 books in the Living Skills series are:
Being Special
Coping With Childhood Traumas
Being a Communicator
Responding to Danger
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Handling Family Arguments
Family Rules and Responsibilities
Handling Fights with Brothers or Sisters
Good Manners
Handling Disagreements
Handling Feelings
Understanding Human Rights
Handling Illness
Intelligent Spending
The Juvenile Justice System
Laws That Relate to School and Work
Laws that Relate to Kids in the Community
Laws that Relate to Parents and Children
Making Friends
Making and Managing Money
Understanding Nightmares
Nutrition and Health Care
Overcoming Prejudice and Discrimination
Understanding Parents
Thinking and Learning
Using Time Wisely
Watching TV Intelligently



Saudi Arabia: 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, “SAUDI ARABIA” offers facts, descriptions and thought inspiring questions alongside amazing photographs of Saudi Arabia.

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.



‘Twas the Night After Christmas

by Leanne Halling

What exactly happened the night AFTER Christmas? A magical and spiritual journey is taken when a commotion is heard out on the lawn. Patterned after the classic “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” this poem sheds a slightly different light on the adventure.



Casey at the Bat

by Knowledge Works Company

Casey at the Bat is the single most famous baseball poem ever written. This charming children’s poem is now a fully illustrated story book that you can share with your children anywhere you go! Keep the classics alive with this delightful classic tale, Casey at the Bat.

A little history…Authored by Ernest L. Thayer (who signed the work simply as “Phin”), the poem first appeared in the June 3, 1888 issue of the The San Francisco Examiner, but was hardly noticed until a New Yorker named Archibald Gunter shared the poem with a performing artist and close friend named De Wolf Hopper. Hopper gave a performance of the poem in August of 1888 to an audience packed with members of the New York and Chicago baseball clubs, and the poem has lived on ever since.

Casey at the Bat is a classic that we all grew up with as children. Knowledge Works Company strives to keep the classics alive by bringing them to life in beautifully illustrated story books for children available in different languages and in all different digital platforms so they can be read or listened to on all devices.



My Parents Are Sex Maniacs… A high school horror story

by Robyn Harding

Louise Harrison is a perfectly average sixteen-year-old girl: insecure about her hair, her lack of fashion sense, and the “big-boned” build she inherited from a large uncle on her mother’s side. But Louise has a secret weapon that keeps her from being a freakishly tall geek with an extremely uncool membership in the stagecraft club. Her name is Sienna Marshall.

Sienna is pretty, petite, and has a posse of lookalike friends who spend their free time shopping, flat-ironing their hair, and making out with the interchangeable popular guys. Louise has other interests (like the decidedly unhip stagecraft club), and the popular guys are not her type (the feeling appears to be mutual), but she’s thankful to be part of Sienna’s clique. She gets to sit at the popular table in the cafeteria, attend A-list parties, and eventually, some of their worldly ways are bound to rub off on her.

But when Louise’s brother catches their dad fooling around with Sienna’s mom, all hell breaks loose! In a flash, Louise loses her best friend and is completely ostracized by the cool crowd. While school has become a nightmare, at least she has her afterschool job and her gorgeous co-worker, Russell to distract her. When things go disastrously awry on that front too, Louise thinks life can’t get any worse. Oh, wait! Her mom has just made an announcement guaranteed to be the final nail in the coffin of Louis’s social life!

Louise’s sex maniac parents are ruining eleventh grade for her! But she just might find the inner strength to redefine her high school experience, and maybe even enjoy it – on her own terms. Funny and touching, My Parents Are Sex Maniacs tells an authentic story of one girl trying to find herself, when the world around her has gone insane.



Bedtime Stories: Danny and Lampert the King of Bears (Children’s book for age 4-8)

by Achiya Zallayet

Do you know who is Lampert?

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

The children’s book, Danny and Lampert, King of the Bears,

is a story about a boy who believes in something and realizes his dreams.

The story meanders the realms the reality and dreamworld,

and shares with both children and parents alike

a thrilling experience of connection and love between a child and his teddy bear.

Let’s go together to a night-time journey! Your child will love it!



Sam and the Closet Monster

by Nicole Wilson

What is the one thing every kid is afraid of? A monster in the closet.
Conquer their fear with this enchanting story.
Colorful illustrations accompany this fun story about a little boy named Sam who was convinced that a monster was hiding in his closet. He was scared at first, but all his worries disappeared when he found out that it wasn’t a monster at all that was hiding in the dark. Instead of a monster, a big surprise jumped out of the closet when his Dad opened the door.
Ages 3 – 6



STROKE OF FEAR! (A Novella) (Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series)

by Deborah Bowman

THIS BOOK IS AGE APPROPIATE FOR “TWEENS”, TEENS, YOUNG ADULTS AND ADULTS INTERESTED IN THE PARANORMAL.

STROKE OF FEAR! ( Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series) starts off with a bang! Denise Ryder is in the midst of a gruesome car accident. She’s thrown against the door, pitched to the floor, twisted upside-down, falling, as she claws her way out of a shattered window. She hears loud crashes, hysterical screams, screeching metal, and the voices of two dear friends. Her stomach heaves, and she’s choking, gagging, can’t breathe! Blood is everywhere.

10 YEARS LATER: Pleasant memories of her childhood. She grins at the antics of the two sisters, different as night and day. Denny is just waking up from a soothing, happy dream. She’s had “dreams come true” since she was a child. Sounds like a fairy tale, right? Wrong! It’s her nightmares from that come to life! Yet, she does everything in her power to deny the images.

Denny becomes embroiled in a missing child investigation. When a dream shows her where the boy is, she won’t let herself believe it. A twist of fate reveals that the dream “could” be true. She’s scared, but relieved that she can take action based on fact. She meets Detective Ted Collins, an investigator who doesn’t scoff at the paranormal. The two of them use facts, clues, and intuitive visions to piece the case together. Will they be able to save Jeremy?

A new piece of evidence pulls Denny into another horrific dream. She fears she’s had an out-of-body experience where she meets the psychopathic serial killer who feeds on the blood of innocent children. Denny isn’t even sure whether she believes in astral projection or not, but somehow she becomes caught between the dreamscape and reality. She knows she can’t be both places at the same time. Where does she go from here, and what about Jeremy?



Bozo The Circus Prince

by Sinead Slattery

Nine-year-old Bozo is a circus prince, but that doesn’t mean much when you have no money, no brothers or sisters and no chance against three bullies. Bozo spends his spare time dreaming of his escape from Vladislav by becoming a world famous circus superstar.

When war breaks out, Bozo is taken from his family. He goes on the journey of a lifetime, which takes him from innocence to heroism. Through friendship, family and integrity he learns what it means to truly be a prince.

About the Author

Sinead Slattery is from Ireland and writes children’s books in her spare time when she is not working in a big telecoms company. She is excellent at telling jokes but her family and friends have yet to agree – she lives in hope that someday that will all change.



Theodore finds Father Christmas (Theodore and the Magic Picture Frame)

by Kathryn Knowles

Theodore has a magic picture frame that only he can use. He finds that whatever picture is in the frame becomes his own private place to play. The third in the series of short stories designed for young children in rhyming verse. This third story involves Theodore finding Father Christmas, feeding some hungry reindeer and going on a giant sleigh ride.



Theodore goes to Egypt (Theodore and the Magic Picture Frame)

by Kathryn Knowles

Theodore has a magic picture frame that only he can use. He finds that whatever picture is in the frame becomes his own private place to play. The second in the series of short stories designed for young children in rhyming verse. This story involves Theodore exploring the Great Pyramids of Egypt with a trusty camel by his side.



Theodore and Mr Thumpy (Theodore and the Magic Picture Frame)

by Kathryn Knowles

Theodore has a magic picture frame that only he can use. He finds that whatever picture is in the frame becomes his own private place to play. The first in the series of short stories designed for young children in rhyming verse. This first story involves Theodore meeting a little grey rabbit called Mr Thumpy who does not like the colour yellow.



Theodore on Safari (Theodore and the Magic Picture Frame)

by Kathryn Knowles

Theodore has a magic picture frame that only he can use. He finds that whatever picture is in the frame becomes his own private place to play. The fourth in the series of short stories designed for young children in rhyming verse. This story involves Theodore meeting two cheeky monkeys who take him on an exciting safari adventure.



Shield Maiden (The Nine Worlds)

by Richard Denning

Anna is a 12 year old girl growing up in a Saxon village in 7th century Mercia. Her life changes when she finds a golden horn in the ruins of a Roman Villa. Soon an ugly dwarf, a beautiful sorceress and even her own people are after her.

What powers does the horn have and why does everyone want it?

And why is Anna the only one who can get a note out of it?

About Shield Maiden
Shield Maiden is the first book in The Nine Worlds series in which the historical world of Anglo-Saxon England meets the mysterious world of myths and legends, gods and monsters our ancestors believed in.

This is the world as it might have been had those stories been trueâ?¦



The Ride to Save King

by Camille LaGuire

As a killer hurricane approaches their town, Lysette and her mother have no trailer to transport their horse, King. They decide to ride him to shelter. Two days, down roads increasingly filled with scared, impatient people. One accident could be the end of King. Can they make it? Middle readers, 13,000 words, approx. 45 paperback pages.



Mrs. Purdy Hatches An Egg (Life On a Farm Series)

by Anne Makela

Mrs. Purdy is a hen who is hatching an egg. Step by step, Mrs. Purdy allows us to watch her baby chick hatch!

How long will it take for Mrs. Purdy’s egg to hatch? Where are baby chicks born at Quaker Farm? What will Mrs. Purdy name her baby chick? Can a rooster lay an egg?

The answers to these questions and many more make this story both interesting and educational.

The text is written for ages 3 to 7 years old. The photos are captivating to all ages.

Rich and dramatic color photographs provide readers with a rare, close-up view of this amazing miracle of barnyard birth.

A small word list at the end of the story helps to review new words which may have been learned.

Part of the ongoing Life On a Farm Series from Quaker Farm.



Sleeping with the Blackbirds

by Alex Pearl

Eleven-year-old schoolboy, Roy Nuttersley has been dealt a pretty raw deal. While hideous parents show him little in the way of love and affection, school bullies make his life a misery. So Roy takes comfort in looking after the birds in his suburban garden, and in return the birds hatch a series of ambitious schemes to protect their new friend.

As with the best-laid plans, however, these get blown completely off course – and as a result the lives of both Roy and his arch tormentor, Harry Hodges are turned upside down. While Harry has a close encounter with God, Roy embarks on a voyage of discovery that draws in and impacts on everyone around him, including the local police, his headmaster and the national media. Where will it all end, and will life ever be quite the same for Roy Nuttersley?

“A delightful fairy story that deals sensitively and compellingly with real, modern-day issues.” George Layton, actor, screenwriter and author of bestsellers, ‘The Trick’, ‘The Swap’ and ‘The Fib’

“What an entrancing story. A real flight of fancy which will engage children in the plot and, at the same time, increase their understanding of real human relationships.” lovereading.co.uk

“Just finished ‘Sleeping with the Blackbirds’. Eyes full of tears.Would make a great movie: wonderful images and thought provoking scenes.” Bramwell Tovey, GRAMMY and JUNO award-winning composer and Artistic Director, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra



Abbie Goes to the Zoo

by RyAnn Hall

This book tells the story of when Abbie went to the Zoo. She had so much fun! It’s a perfect little book for preschool age children. The will love looking at all the animals Abbie had seen while she was at the zoo.



BEDTIME STORIES

by Crystal Snow

‘Bedtime Stories’ for kids is a collection of 4 cute stories about friendship between animals and children.

About the Author:

Crystal Snow is a mom of three amazing children aged 9, 7 and 6! When not around her kids, Crystal loves to write for kids! Born and brought up in Los Angeles, Crystal currently resides in New York with her family. She holds a Masters in Education from the University of California and has undergone New York University’s Creative Writing Program. Following the footsteps of her mother, Crystal taught kindergarten for 8 years before becoming a fulltime children’s writer in spring 2012.

Crystal describes her new found passion for children’s writing as a â??Magical Twist’ in her life and gives all credit to her three kids! She says, “Without my darlings, I wouldn’t have discovered my love for writing.”

Crystal has ghostwritten many children’s short stories, picture book manuscripts, middle grade chapter book series and novellas for US and UK clients. She loves realistic and fantasy fiction while historical fantasy is her favorite.

â??Bedtime Stories’ for 5 – 8 year old kids is her first book as an author herself and there is more awaiting release in the near future.

About the Publisher:

Rainbow Dreams is an initiative that aims to inspire the dreamer in every child through stories. Started in the year 2010 by four enthusiastic and energetic moms, Rainbow Dreams spreads the â??Discover the Creative You!’ message among preschoolers and elementary school children through story telling sessions. With Children’s Author Crystal Snow’s Bedtime Stories, Rainbow Dreams has taken a step forward to engage children worldwide to Dream Different and Discover the Dreamer in them.



The Boy And The Genie Or How Jack West Laid Rest The Genie Pest!

by Raj Viswanadha

Sunny little Jack West, highly ambitious and deeply philosophical, for his age is contemplating on the sublime mysteries of the Cosmos when he stumbles upon the proverbial “Genie in a bottle”. Jack frees the Genie, expecting the time-honored three wishes. But alas! This is one irascible Genie hell-bent on finishing its kind rescuer! What happens next? Does Jack save his skin and get his wishes? Read to know more…

(Anyway here’s a small hint)

“Adios you pest,

In the waters,

Shall you rest,

And trouble none more,

With your test,

Unless he is someone,

Of Jack West,

For then you he will best,

And be richer and smarter for the quest!!!”



Buster’s Birthday Wish (Bugville Critters)

by William Robert Stanek

*** Optimized for Kindle Fire and Kindle HDX

Got Bugville Critters? Bugville Critters storybooks teach lessons about acceptance, inclusion and empowerment – and how to make a difference. 
Buster Bee’s birthday is fast approaching. Buster wants to have a birthday party but his parents told him he can’t have one until next year when he’s older.  
What Buster doesn’t know is that his parents are throwing him a surprise party where he will receive the new bike he’s been saving up for.



Clydesdale Horse Pictures and Fun Facts

by Larry Terrely

Borrow for FREE with Amazon Prime!

If you love horses, particularly the Clydesdale, this is a great book. It includes a lot of fun information and some beautiful close up pictures of the Clydesdale. This is a great learning tool for kids, and provides entertainment with all the pictures. In this book you will learn where the Clydesdale comes from, their temperament, and more. Add this book to your ebook collection today.



The Egyptian treasure hunters

by Elissa Skinner

The Egyptian treasure hunters

written by:

Elissa Skinner

This e-book is dedicated to:

Ziad Tobgy and Nazar El Tobgy

Please be advised that this is a personalised versed children’s e-book won as a prize. It has not been professionally edited or illustrated. I reserve the right to develop this book for future publishing.

This story is a journey through Egypt full of magic and adventure. It tells the tale of two Australian Egyptian boys who go on a treasure hunt in Giza and find much more than dazzling rubies.



The Finding of the Stone (Adventure Children)

by Robin Labron

Chris [Christopher della Gracia] found an unusual stone up at Lightning Ridge the day after his father opened up a rich opal seam. His father was now able to give his family a better life after having been a miner for a number of years.

The family comes to settle in Kendal, a university town further south and there Christopher meets Anika, the daughter of a distant relative of his mother and a younger boy and girl.

So begins a strange adventure in which the Stone, having been discovered to hold magical properties, takes the four friends into another world and they save an ancient forest from destruction by a logging company.



How Many of Me Do You See? Christmas!

by S Scuter

This book is a fun way to spend time with a child teaching them to count. Fun characters around a Christmas theme should bring joy to the “little eyes” and smiles to kids of all ages.

While each page states who or what to count, there are other things on the pages that you can encourage children to count also. Some characters are hiding behind presents or even faces are hiding in wreaths. You can ask “where is” questions for children to find these characters.



Kinderbuch (Alter 3-8 Jahre): Weihnachtstreffen

by Rafael Rolnik

Weihnachtsbuch für Kinder (Alter 3-8 Jahre)

Dieses Buch handelt über zwei Hunde namens Lucky & Sally, welche sich lieben.

Sie mussten für eine Weile getrennt werden, da ihr Besitzer versetzt wurde.

Sie waren traurig, aber nach einer kurzen Weile haben sie sich wiedergesehen und Weihnachten zusammen gefeiert.

Dieses Buch befasst sich mit Themen wie:

– Umzug von Kindern.

– Dem Umgang mit einer Trennung.

– Dem Vorbereiten von Kindern für einen Umzug ins Ausland.

– Wie man mit Freunden und Familie in Kontakt bleibt, die im Ausland leben.

– Wie sich das geliebte Haustier im Ausland fühlt.

Leserfreundlich

Das Buch enthält Vollbild-Farbseiten mit schönen Illustrationen.

Das Buch ist ebenfalls zum Selbstlesen für Leseanfänger geeignet.

Scrollen Sie nach oben und holen Sie sich noch heute Ihr Exemplar.



La La the Ladybug Goes to the Zoo

by J.J. Beavis

“Nothing says love like a young girl’s care of a ladybug with a broken leg. La La is an adorable ladybug who is under the care of five-year-old Pepper, who provides La La with necessities and comfort while her leg heals.

In this story, Pepper and La La go to the zoo to learn about animals.



Mary’s Parrot and Tarmi Learns A Lesson

by Jocelyn Price

Two short stories – suit age 5 to 8 years
Mary rescues a baby parrot. Later the parrot saves Mary’s family from being burgled.. Tarmi is a naughty boy who is cruel to birds and animals, that is until a dog named Scamper teaches him a lesson!



Moo and Baa Summers Day no9

by Peter John King

This is the ninth in the compilation of Moo and Baa stories. life is quiet in the farm garden for Moo and Baa as they sunbath, until a screaming child soon puts pay to all of that. Even when they walk to the other side of the field to find quiet, Mr Farmer soon goes past on his noisy tractor disturbing the peace and quiet, but all ends well at the end of the day, or not? you will have to see.



Mr Stroodles Finds A Mouse

by Simon Henderson

A rhyming story about Mr Stroodles and what happens when he finds a mouse in his house……



Tilina – The Tinwhistle

by Marcia Oppermann

TILINA tells the successful story of the humble and poor farm labourer Robert Clarke and his musical invention in the year of 1843.

The Clarke Tinwhistle has conquered the world in the last 170 years with its unique flute-like `chiffy´ tone and plays lots of different musical styles these days.

Enjoy the journey into the fascinating inspiration of the Clarke Tinwhistle !



Why Are Wolves So Cool?! (ySoCool)

by Coolio Cat

Let Coolio the Cool Cat be your guide and find out why wolves are so cool! Fun for all ages, everyone is guaranteed to learn something new and cool about wolves! Stunning pictures showcase wolves in beautiful natural settings.

Bonus: Link to an amazing wolf documentary that follows a wolf pack on an epic adventure in Yellowstone National Park!



Jojo’s Christmas Day – A bilingual Bulgarian Christmas story about a naughty elephant calf

by Sujatha Lalgudi

This is a beautifully illustrated Christmas story in Bulgarian 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 in Bulgarian to find out …

This story (in Bulgarian) 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.



Some Owls Don’t Give a Hoot: an early learning book about owls

by Katie Apple

A delightful poem with easy to understand facts about owls and 46 full color photos of many different kinds of owls. This is a great book to read to the very young or give to the older student to read alone. It will be enjoyed by people of all ages, giving a simple but thorough concept of what makes the owl a special bird.



Tornado Pictures and Information

by Tammy Listern

Borrow for FREE with Amazon Prime!

Tornadoes are powerful acts of nature. If you have ever experienced one or will be moving to an area likely to have one this is the book for you. You will learn important information about them as well as see pictures demonstrating their power. This is a great educational book for kids to learn more about tornadoes. Add this book to your ebook collection today.



The adventures of the farmyard crew

by joanne brighton

A brightly coloured picture story book for children with all four “farmyard grew” e books together in one book.
Story one tells of “Monty the Mouse” being scared when “Carly the big cat ” moves into the farmhouse.
Story two is the story of “Stephen the scarecrow” over hearing some news and has to find a way to alert the “farmyard crew”
Story three is the story of some old friends of “Carly the big cat” comming to the new farm.
Story four tells the story of the “farmyard crew” finding a way of cooling off on a red hot summers day.
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Garden crew character’s picture book

by joanne brighton

A picture book for the younger child who likes looking at colourful pictures. Or it can also be used in conjuction with the “garden crew” books for children to see identify and learn about insects that live and play in and around a garden and see if they can spot the character’s and items in the picture story books.
Each character and item from the “garden crew” books has their own page in this book. To find out more about this book and others to visit www.jobrightonsbooks.com



I Love You When: For Boys

by Cheryl Shireman

Made especially for boys, I Love You When assures your toddler that he is always loved – no matter what he is doing. Filled with adorable full-color illustrations, I Love You When is sure to become one of your toddler’s favorite books!

There is also a version of I Love You When just for girls.

Also available as a paperback.



Gilbert and the Scepter of Silence

by Dahlia Huh

Gilbert has never taken a bath — only showers.
Gilbert is a Mermid, but has been hidden away on land for eleven years. When Gilbert returns underwater, he stumbles upon the terrifying truth: that others like him are being persecuted — and no one knows by whom. Gilbert befriends a Leviathan, gets swallowed by a whale, and discovers the horrible secret in the original Statue of Liberty — but the danger to both worlds grows greater with every day that passes. Guided by a mysterious age-old text, Gilbert unravels an incredible destiny that has been waiting for him… but the pieces have fallen into the wrong hands. Gilbert just has one of those faces that you can’t remember even if you tried. Gilbert might as well not exist — but good thing he does.



Kid Island

by William Graham

Ten-year-old Jackson Rockwell loves to sail and dreams of living on an island just for kids off of the coast of Maine. With the help of some friends his dream comes true, but running Kid Island is harder than he had thought. Follow his adventures as he tries to keep the island out of the hands of the nasty Samuel Snarly. Will the children of Kid Island prevail? Only those who read these pages will know!



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