Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 26 Dec 13

Sworn To Raise: Courtlight #1

by Terah Edun

*** BOOK TWO: Sworn To Transfer is available now – ***

Seventeen-year-old Ciardis has grown up in poverty, a cleaner in a small vale on the outskirts of the empire. But beneath her empire’s seemingly idyllic surface lies a hidden secret. Whispers of an inept crown Prince are growing ever louder–intensified by the five year anniversary of the soulbond initiations.

Amidst scandalous whispers, Ciardis finds herself chosen to train for the Companions Guild. She leaves her home and sets off on a personal journey to become a Court Companion. A position she’d never thought possible for a lowly servant to obtain, she must prove that she has the skills to attract a Patron.

But she must master those skills quickly. If the legends are true, only Ciardis can harness the power to raise a Prince in an Imperial Court sworn to bring him down.

This sensational series debut melds intricate storylines with remarkable characters and unforgettable magic. Sworn To Raise is ideal for fans of high fantasy and coming of age.

Number Zoo

by Petra Craddock

1, 2, . . . so many animals at the zoo. 3, 4, . . . can you count more? In this fun rhyming book with adorable animal illustrations, young children will enjoy practicing their counting skills at the Number Zoo. This book is best suited for children ages 0-4.

The author, Petra Craddock, is a certified reading specialist.

The illustrator, Jeff Newsted, has studied cartooning at Columbia College in Chicago and has illustrated the cover art for children’s musical groups and greeting cards.

The Christmas Secret

by Virginia Wright

Mikey loves everything about Christmas except one thing–deciding what gift he wants. As Christmas nears he frantically flips the pages of his mother’s department store catalogs, looking for a toy that he wants most. Turning to his best friend Charlie for ideas, he finally finds the answer. But will he get what he wants this year?

The Christmas Secret is an inspiring Christmas story written in a tone reminiscent of Christmas past–recommend for children and adults alike!

101 Facts… Monkeys. Monkey Books for Kids – Amazing Facts, Photos & Video Links.

by IP Factly

IP Factly presents… “101 Factsâ?¦ MONKEYS!”

Amazing facts, photos and video links to some of our nearest relatives.

Monkey books for kids – a fun and fascinating way for young readers to find out more about nature’s funniest and cheekiest animals.

This monkey book for kids mixes facts, photos and even includes a video clip section.

IP Factly’s 101 Facts series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading.

Accompanying webpage with video clips

This book provides fact after fact for information hungry children to tell family and friends, and even has an accompanying webpage with video clips of many of the monkeys. The videos are split into monkey species to further encourage independent reading and learning.

The videos make 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 video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills (early kindle models don’t support video but safe website links are given).

Fascinating Facts Include…

New World monkeys have long tails that can grow almost as long as their bodies and are sometimes prehensile. Prehensile means that the tail is able to grasp objects like tree branches or leaves.

The bald uakari’s red face is actually an indication of its health. The redder the face – the healthier the monkey.

Douc monkeys are monkeys native to Southeast Asia. They are known for having legs that are a different color from the rest of their bodies. Red-shanked doucs, for example, have bright maroon legs.

The golden lion tamarin or golden marmoset also gets its name from its bright golden fur. Scientists believe its color may come from sunlight reacting with the plants it eats.

Howler monkeys are the loudest land animals, their deep howls can be heard up to three miles away. These howls are usually made at dawn and dusk to warn other animals to stay out of their territory.

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Maggie Moore and the Growing Surprise: (a children’s book for ages 8, 9, 10, 11)

by Firna Rex Shaw

‘love it’, ‘I couldn’t put it down,’ and ‘hilarious’. These are just some of the things that readers have said about ‘Maggie Moore and the Growing Surprise.’

It’s a new school year and Maggie Moore has a brand new diary!

With an unusual family and a habit of getting into embarrassing situations, life doesn’t always run smoothly for Maggie. Things are not helped by Quentin, the biggest show off in the school, who, if he isn’t showing off, is making fun of Maggie and her friends. Can they teach him a lesson this year?

With a huge hamster mistake, an awkward situation with an inflatable alien and a school newspaper shocker, there’s always something going on, and Maggie records it all in her top secret diary.

A hilarious book about school life, suitable for ages 7-11ish.

Cheer Power (Cheer Series #1)

by Lauren Deen

Catelyn Cross has everything going for her; an amazing best friend, cute boyfriend and a passion for cheer leading. Yet her world is turned upside down when her dad takes a promotion that moves the family across the country. Even worse, she misses varsity cheer try-outs at her new school, leaving her squad-less and devastated.

But not as devastated as her cheer mom who is pushing Catelyn to join a private cheer squad of girls who didn’t make the cut.

Catelyn is missing her old friends, longing for her boyfriend, and trying to find her classes in a school the size of her new home of Texas.

Will Catelyn cave from the pressure or will she find her CHEER POWER and help her less-than-polished squad rise to the top at Regionals?

I Eat Like Animal: A Step-By-Step Guide On How To Be MORE Disgusting Than Even A Pig

by Joanne Brothwell

Whether you are already a talented person with a flair for food slobbery or you simply want to learn how to disgust and impress your table mates some new gag-inducing skillsâ?¦ you’ll laugh out loud at the “I Eat Like Animal” book with tons of hilarious images.

You Will Hit The Floor Laughing! And Your Parents Will Hit The Bathroom Gagging!

Learn from the experts of gross table manners – the animals themselves – as they demonstrate ten different styles of mealtime theatrics:

The Tiger Tiger

The Turkey-licious

The Slimy Salamander

The Donkeyin’ Donuts

The Chunky Monkey

The Waterfowl Fishin’

The Bulldog With A Bone

The Giraffe Gaffe

The Cow Patty

The Orange Orangutan

Warning: After reading this book, your Eat Like Animal mad skills will make even those with guts of steel take notice!

*Parents: Is your child a reluctant reader? Well, this book will have your kid laughing out loud, chomping at the bit to read more!*

Download the “I Eat Like Animal” book now!

Addison Apple in … Snack Attack

by Marsha Casper Cook

We all know children love candy and sometimes they eat too much. “Snack Attack” is a fun, creative look at nutrition that shows children eating well are a matter of making the right choices. Addison Apple loves chocolate candy, ice cream, cookies, cake and just about anything with a lot of sugar. His mother decided to see what would happen if she let Addison eat anything he liked. Addison thought it was a great idea. Snack Attack is a fun read and children of all ages can identify with Addison and love reading this book wondering how the story ends!

Stable Ground (The Riding Series #1)

by Julie Galbraith

When Josie’s best friends all head away from River County Texas for summer vacation, she is left with two options; work at the cemetery with her dad and have the most uncool summer ever or shovel manure at the Walker ranch. Josie chooses the ranch, despite her fear of horses.

Josie finds a mentor in Nina, a kind-hearted Choctaw Native American woman, who helps Josie discover her natural talent for horse jumping. This ignites the jealousy of Gretchen Walker, the boss’s beauty queen daughter and skilled horseback rider who’s not used to anyone showing her up. When Josie’s own mom is blinded to Gretchen’s devious ways and dazzling smiles, Josie thinks it might be the worst summer of her life.

Will Gretchen drive Josie away or will she stand up for her herself and find her Stable Ground?

The Sand Locker

by Jo Certo

A nine year old learns a serious life lesson during the summer of 1957. The experience haunts him for the rest of his life.

Christmas is Coming (Children’s Books Collection)

by Yael Aharoni

In “Christmas is Coming!” the build up to Christmas begins with the arrival of snow. Everyone is excited about the holiday season, especially the little children waiting for Santa’s arrival.

Using beautiful illustrations on each page, “Christmas is Coming!” describes the role that Santa plays in the build up to Christmas and how he prepares the presents and the sleigh for the big night, as well as describing some of his more unusual methods of delivery presents when the sleigh isn’t viable!

A great pre-Christmas read for your little ones with easy to follow text and pictures. Will all the children receive the presents they’d written to Santa about on Christmas morning?

My Cat, My Dog

by Katrina Streza

A child compares pets in this silly look at cats and dogs.
“My cat can sleep. My dog can sleep. My cat can sleep on top of my dog.”
Featuring full-color, full-screen images with Kindle Text Pop-Up

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Road Trip

by Petra Craddock

Family road trips can be long, but they can also be memorable and fun. Kids and parents alike can relate to this delightful, rhyming picture book about a family traveling to visit their grandparents.

Petra Craddock is a certified reading specialist and a mom of two. She has a BA degree in elementary education and a MA degree in Language and Literacy.

The illustrator, Jeff Newsted, has studied cartooning at Columbia College in Chicago and has illustrated the cover art for children’s musical groups and greeting cards.

My Embarrassing Dancing Dad

by Petra Craddock

Sometimes parents can be so embarrassing! That’s how the student in this book feels during Parent Share Day. But when the narrator’s dad starts dancing in front of the whole class and no one makes fun of him, an important lesson is learned. This humorous rhyming book enforces positive social skills and is best suited for preschool and early elementary school.

Petra Craddock is a certified reading specialist and a mom of two. She has a BA degree in elementary education and a MA degree in Language and Literacy.

The illustrator, Jeff Newsted, has studied cartooning at Columbia College in Chicago and has illustrated the cover art for children’s musical groups and greeting cards.

Fallen Prey, A Sean Gray Junior Special Agent Mystery

by Ann Eisenstein

Book 2 in the Sean Gray Junior Special Agent Mystery Series

Twelve-year-old Junior Special Agent Sean Gray is in a race against time. Could there be a connection between his testimony in the trial of an international child kidnapping ring and his mysterious accident?

While the sheriff’s department and the FBI are investigating, his new friend, Gabby, gets caught in the web of an online predator and disappears. She’s been missing for more than 48 hours, and the authorities have not been able to find her.

Sean goes undercover to bait the mysterious hunter. But when he becomes the prey, how will he rescue her?

Marjory Dour & The Day The World Ran Out of Chocolate (The World Next Door Chronicles)

by Victoria Cross

Marjory is an ordinary girl with an ordinary life and an ordinary friend called Lucy. Until one day they wake to find there is no chocolate left in the world…. Anywhere!

With the help of Major Topik, Captain Crunchy, Coffee Revell and Mr. Harringthorp the two girls embark on an adventure that will take them to a Ginger Cake Palace, BabyCorp Industries and the bottom of a lake.

Can Marjory and Lucy find out what happened to worlds chocolate before Marjory fades from the world altogether?

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

by Cheryl Shireman

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

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

Let’s Learn About…Wild Animals! is Volume 6 of the Curious Toddler series. Full of beautiful color photos of various types of wild animals in assorted activities, this book is sure to become one of your child’s favorite books.

Available as an ebook or as a paperback!

75 Fun Stories for Kids: 3 to 8 Year Olds

by Amanda J Michaels

What Will You Find in this Book?

Do you love reading Fun stories? Well, this eBook has lots of interesting stories for you. You can find stories on action, adventure, importance of good habits, friendship, pets, and having fun with family. You can also read this eBook with your friends and have fun. Let’s get started and see what all do we have here.

A Quick Look inside this book..

-Peter Goes to the Dentist

-Tom’s First Day at School

-The Camping Trip

-The Prince in Disguise

-Joe the Money Collector

-The Monkey Brothers

-Max and Fluffy

-Timmy’s Trip to the Store

-The Piggybank Story

-The Princess Who Hated Bath Time!

-The Chicken and the 4 Ducklings

-Luke the Hungry Fox

-Sarah and Richard go to the Farm

-Millie the Fox comes to Town

-Arthur the Brave

-The Greedy Sailor

-Roger’s Dream

-The Evil Pirate

-The Light House

-Little Jack’s Big Adventure

-The Flooded Castle

-Santa’s Gift

-The Boat Race

-Max the Smart Cat

-The Runaway Cookie

-Jane the Elephant Doctor

-Donald’s Farm

-Jenny Gets Lost in the Forest


There’s a Monster in My Closet (Monster Series)

by Petra Craddock

What’s making all that noise in the closet? Could it really be a monster? Preschool aged kids will love finding out in this cute, rhyming picture book. If you liked “There’s a Monster in My Bed”, you will love this sequel. It is the same concept, but with more suspense, longer text, and more pages. Both are great books for anyone who has young kids who are afraid of “monsters” in their room.

Petra Craddock is a certified reading specialist and a mom of two. She has a BA degree in elementary education and a MA degree in Language and Literacy.

The illustrator, Jeff Newsted, has studied cartooning at Columbia College in Chicago and has illustrated the cover art for children’s musical groups and greeting cards.

FREDDIE THE FORGETFUL BEAR – Remember to Say Please and Thank You! (Children’s Animal Book Stories : Learn Manners With Freddie the Bear)

by Phil Rather

This is the story of Freddie the Forgetful Bear, a precocious little bear who lives on the edge of the Great Firwood Forest. Freddie is greatly loved by one and all. But there’s just one little problem, Freddie sometimes forgets things! Do you ever do that?

So join Freddie and all his Firwood forest pals as they help each other to learn what being a true friend really means…

(Best viewed on Kindle Fire, Android, or iPad tablet.)

Thank you,

The Rather family

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The Jewish Holidays-Stories of Empowerment, Activities and Games for Kids, Teens, Teachers and Parents

by Dr. Orly Katz

A must read for kids, parents and teachers age: 9-99 !

– Would you like valuable quality time with your children/students that will instill in them some Jewish tradition?

– Would you like to enrich your children/students with fascinating contemporary stories of empowerment?

– Would you like games and activities that will engage a classroom of students or your family?

If your answer is YES, this is the right book for you!!!

I want to congratulate you on your decision to take action and teach your children and your students stories of empowerment, activities and games for the Jewish Holidays!

This kids, parents & teachers book includes:

– True empowering life stories!

– Tips and simple to do exercises!

– Fun games and activities for the whole family / classroom!

All of which will help you convey the message of the Jewish holidays and traditions in a fun and empowering way that brings the family together.

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Take That, You Scaredy-Cat! (The MCc MAD Collection (The My Child Can Make A Difference Collection))

by Byron Marc Newsome

Take That, You Scaredy-Cat! is the first book in actor/writer Byron Marc Newsome’s My Child Can Make a Difference collection.

In this 6800-word story, illustrated with the author’s colorful and expressive pictures, kids will learn important lessons about how to stand up for themselves and how to overcome the bullies in their lives.

The main character is Jay, a short but very smart African-American kid who has been bullied at his last school and now has to start a new school. Jay takes the bus by himself and goes to his first class, where a kind teacher introduces him. The kids are nice, he thinks, and then he meets Carmen, “the prettiest girl in the whole wide world,” who actually wants to be his friend. Jay and Carmen meet at lunch and he confides in her about his painful experiences with bullies. (Kids at his last school called him nerdy-wordy, shrimpy-wimpy, and scaredy-cat.) But when she is faced with the scary schoolyard bully Big Rufus and his two sidekicks, Carmen doesn’t keep Jay’s secret. Jay will have to learn how to confront his fears, stand up to his enemies, and forgive Carmen for letting him down. Luckily his strong and loving mom knows the secret to standing up to bullies and shares it with him…

Take That beautifully captures both the excitement and the vulnerability of being a kid these days. It will make a difference in the lives of kids from ages 6 on up…

Phantom Horse 2: Phantom Horse Comes Home

by Christine Pullein-Thompson

“I’m not going to leave without Phantom! I refuse to leave!”

When Jean learns that her family is soon to move back to England, all she can think about is Phantom, the wild palomino horse she has tamed. Will she have to leave him behind?

Ninja Nan and Sidekick Grandad

by Annaliese Matheron

Grandparents are boring right? Wrong! As Ben is about to find out.

Packed off to his Nan and Grandad’s for the summer holidays with his older brother Kieran, Ben is on the brink of loosing his brain to boredom.

That is until he spies Mrs Gillespie Nans rotten old neighbour acting very suspiciously. It seems that the old people of Honeypot Grove are keeping a very big secret and Ben is determined to get to the bottom of it.

Ben soon finds himself uncovering government secrets, finding underground surveillance centres and confronting Lycra clad assailants. And he’s dragging his big brother along for the ride.

But when the boys get in to some serious trouble at the hands of a criminal Boss, can they really count on their Nan and Grandad to save them?

Packed full of adventure and a few laughs along the way Ninja Nan and Sidekick Grandad will leave you wondering if all old folk are what they appear to be?

The Kid WIth The Cubed Fro issue 1

by Martin Jackson

Who knew a soft spoken, smart (very very smart) kid would find himself in the middle of so many wild crazy insane adventures.

The Kid With the Cubed Fro follows the adventures of a super genius kid who not only has to deal with the normal hardships of going to school but also due to his high intellect often comes in situations where he most save the world from a number of threats with only his smarts and somethings the help of a few friends to solve.

In the first issue The Kid With The Cubed Fro is the new kid at school. Not only does he have to deal with bullies but he stumples onto a dark secert about the school lunch food…and if you thought that “food” was nasty the secert makes them even nastier.

Griffin: Messenger Dog of the Great War

by Jordan Taylor

When soldiers visit his Yorkshire home in 1917, an aloof farm dog finds himself unwillingly drafted. Taken from his quiet home and family, Griffin is cast into a world of noise and army drill at the British War Dog School. Here, scores of canines are being prepared for their roles as messengers, guards, or sentries. Bewildered and miserable, Griffin can think only of getting back to his farm. His new handler, Private Rosen, must win him over if the two are to have any hope of making it through the grueling training for messenger teams.

Little does Griffin know his trials have scarcely begun as fate pushes him closer and closer to one of the most horrifying events in history: World War Oneâ??the Great War.

The King and The Kid

by Konnrad


Champions come in all shapes and sizes…sometimes with six fingers.

Fans that enjoy John Flanagan’s Ranger’s Apprentice or James Dashner’s The Maze Runner will certainly enjoy Konnrad’s The King and the Kid.

When fourteen-year old Vince sets his sights on saving a kidnapped girl, he’s stunned to find out who’s behind the heinous crime – the very man he must partner with to save all he holds dear. Even with help from his best friend, a Goth girl that has a huge crush on him, and a little black dog, will it be enough to stave off villainous scientist, Bile Overbeater, and his deadly biological weapon?

The King and The Kid is an exciting tale of adventure, misadventure, mystery, romance, and sport for “The Kid” in all of us.

The Garden Fairy

by Mary Gagnon

When Jackie’s family moves into the Victorian farmhouse, her mother can’t wait to start digging in the gardens. However, there’s a problem with one of the small gardens. Every day Jackie’s mother plants roses and the next morning they are pulled up, Could it have anything to do with the tiny white stones that were discarded when the flower garden was planted? Jackie sees that the stones are something special, even though her mother doesn’t, or can’t. Just like she can’t see the blue light flitting over the garden at night. But Jackie can. Is it possible it’s a fairy, looking for the circle of stones.

Hales Fire (Hale Reynolds Novel)

by Carl Harwood

Hale Reynolds is many things. It all depends who you ask. Some call him an arsonist, others just think he’s a disturbed kid who likes to act up for attention. They only agree on one thing. He became an orphan when a mysterious fire burnt his house down.

None of them know the truth.

Hale is even more different than even he knows. Only now with the arrival of Valder Ordhugg is he about to find out how truly different he is and why he alone survived the fire.

If you toss a coin into the air, you call heads or tails. Hale is both the head and the tail on that coin.

His old life was complicated his new life is crazy.

The Haunted Tunnel (Wayfare Chronicles: The Matt Moore Series)

by Jen Brunetto

There’s an alligator on the loose in the Massachusetts town of Wayfare, and 12-year old Matt Moore and his brothers are gator hunting to get a closer look. While trying to find out where the gator came from, Matt discovers a series of links between the reptile and a nearby abandoned railroad tunnel.

Matt’s curiosity inspires him to research “Trainwreck Tunnel” and its dark past which includes ghosts, gangsters and a surprising military connection. Will the infamous “Trainwreck” live up to its haunted reputation? Matt is about to learn more than he ever wanted to know when he finds himself trapped in the tunnel!

Recommended for Ages 9-12

Math Candy (Candy School)

by Katrina Streza

Candy School Chapter Book

Do your kids need to brush up on their math skills?

Want to teach core concepts with a fun story about the thing kids love most?

Math Candy is the first in a series of beginning level chapter books featuring two boys, Danny and Sam. They have a lot to learn, but when they visit Mr. Candor’s Candy Store, math concepts suddenly seem fun and tasty.

In this book, educator Katrina Streza, focuses on major math concepts such as addition, units of measurement, estimation, money, sorting, multiplication and comparison.

Kids see the real-life application of math and enjoy the fun and engaging stories.

Math Candy features 7 short chapters with small illustrations and is a good bridge for beginning readers or as a read-aloud.

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Please, Thank you, You’re Welcome

by Miss Nou

Simple and short story about a duckling named Little Ducker and using polite manners while going to Grandmother’s house.


by Margaret Ackerman

Welcome to Write Away, Write TodayTM and WAWT books. Your child is entering an interactive land of paper, pencil, books, and imagination. Write Away, Write TodayTM has been designed to tap the creative energy of children 4-10 years old. It is fun and instructional. The eight book ebook series is available through Amazon Kindle. Each book is available separately at a very low price. There are free parent guides available from, so that you can help your child get the most from the series.

Each of us has something to say and writing can be our way of releasing that something. There may be a great something inside of us or that something may be a tiny idea which just seems great to us. The WAWT books enable kids to get started, and then to create their own pieces of writing; however great or tiny.

The host character for this series is named WAWT. WAWT lives in a mailbox and can sense the letters written by children, but WAWT can never sense letters written by adults. Because WAWT can sense letters written by children, they can see WAWT and WAWT can see them. This is not true for adults.

Deadman’s Diamond

by Suzi Cresswell

Deadman’s Diamond is a thriller for 9-12 year olds. What would you do if your Dad is shot? Right in front of you? And then the robbers take the Deadman’s Diamond. But then the police think Dad may be involved. You might be able to help solve this. If only you could remember what happened. And soon!

This is what Ned must do before it’s too late. He must clear Dad’s name. Then solve the crime. Then find the diamond. No pressure then!

Twisted Vows (The Books of Las’n, Part I: Harmaz Kanlaó)

by A. J’Aurelia

This a an approximately 14 page ebook; the first in a series about Harmaz Kanlaó and his people, the Ralnimrae.
Trained to be his father’s enforcer, raised amid lies and brutality, betrayed by those he trusted, Harmaz Kanlaó was even rejected by Death. But even an immortal serving a life sentence to pay for his crimes eventually tires of never-ending vivisection. Before he became the heroic, godlike being of myth, the nameless prisoner decided he’d had enough and yearned for freedom.

Are Those Your Shoes?

by Mary Gagnon

It’s 1965 in a small town in Massachusetts. Linda is a quiet girl ready to make friends. Wendy Wei is the new girl, originally from Hong Kong. Linda understands what it is like to be new and she quickly introduces herself to Wendy. Soon they are joined by Judy Weinstein who impresses the other two with her quick thinking. Before long, the three are working together to bring Wendy’s Chinese grandmother, Nai-Nai, out of her shell, using Judy’s Jewish grandmother’s baking secrets to finish their science project and learning Yiddish, Chinese and Yankee proverbs and language to bring them closer together. Through the girl’s friendship, their families learn that we are all more alike than different. This book includes a glossary of Yankee, Chinese and Yiddish words, cultural notes, and a food reference section

The Busy Bus – A Collection of Short Children’s Poems

by Marsha Casper Cook

The Busy Bus is a short collection of children’s poetry. It’s great for children of all ages and every poem is about a different subject. Several of the poems ease into a small but meaningful lesson in life. This book is light and airy and introduces children to some very funny characters such as Big Fat Priscilla The Cat, Perculiar Pete, Messy Bessy, Uncle Edward Pig and Isabella Pimpinella.

No Clues, No Shoes

by Marsha Casper Cook

Addison is feeling lonely because he has just moved into a new neighborhood, and then he meets Emelina. At first, they have nothing in common and didn’t see eye to eye on anything. Addison likes to read and write stories inside, and Emelina likes to be outdoors, jogging, skating, and just about anything that keeps her active. She likes healthy food and Addison has a sweet tooth. A few weeks after they meet, they are surprised to find out that they both signed up for Jr. Detective School. They end up teaming up to solve their fist case â?? a classmate’s shoes have disappeared. With very little to go on, Emelina and Addison try to find the shoes. A friendship develops between the two of them when they solve the first of many cases.

“No Clues, No Shoes is a delightful chapter book about friendship and teamwork. Emelina and AJ are the perfect detective duo. They enhance each other as they work together to solve the case. Author Marsha Cook does a wonderful job keeping the readers attention while teaching children how to problem solve as Emelina and AJ search for clues, interview suspects and put the pieces of the puzzle together to solve the case of the missing shoes.” â?? Award-winning Author VS Grenier,

No Clue No Shoes is a great kids’ book. Emelina Hewitt is one smart detective! She, her talking dog, Stanley, and her friend, Addison, unravel the missing shoe mystery in a flash. Marsha Cook’s book is equal to those on the best-seller list. â?? Fran Lewis, Book Reviewer, Author and Radio Talk Show Host on Blog Talk Radio

The Magical Leaping Lizard Potion

by Marsha Casper Cook

This is a whimsical story about thirteen junior witches who must pass a test of true bravery before they venture out into the world as full-fledged witches. It includes color illustrations.

Oklahoma: 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, “OKLAHOMA” offers facts, descriptions and thought inspiring questions alongside amazing photographs of Oklahoma.

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.

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50 Organic Baby Puree Recipes: Easy and Delicious Purees for a Healthy Baby

by Alina Smith

What You Will Find

This e-book offers organic food puree recipes for babies. Parents do all they can to keep their kids from eating junk foods, simply because it’s unhealthy. You don’t know how the food was prepared and what it contains. Sadly, in the times we live in, where most of our food is produced using synthetic inputs like fertilizers, pesticides etc. We aren’t even sure what the fruits and vegetables we purchase contain. So technically, you might be feeding your kid a banana, but the chances are you don’t know how much it has been treated before it made it to your table.

It is then no surprise that more and more people are switching to organically produced food items in order to live a healthier lifestyle. This e-book offers 50 puree recipes that are prepared using only organic ingredients. The recipes are divided into different age groups starting from 3 months up to a year old. Let’s get started then!

Amy and Mr Mooloos Desert Bus (The Adventures of Amy and Mr Mooloo)

by Gillian Cochrane

Amy is an ordinary girl who has a magical friend who can magically transport them to wonderful adventures on his magical bus!

Mr Mooloo has a bright yellow magical bus and loves to go on spectacular adventures to the strangest places on earth… and beyond!!!

4 sneezes and we’re there!!!!

Baby Animals Are So Beautiful – And So Are You

by Toddler Books

Baby Animal Book created for young children between the ages of 1 – 6.

The book contains beautiful pictures of baby animals and their mothers, each with the name of the baby animal on page so you can learn them together. These unforgettable pictures illustrate a poem you will love to read aloud to your treasured little child, with a very special and love filled twist at the end that will have you cuddling each other with warmth and delight.

Celebrating the special bond of love that you share, ‘Baby Animals Are So Beautiful’ will become a book you come back to time and time again.

‘Baby Animals Are So Beautiful’ includes favorites like:








Guinea Pigs

Koala Bears

plus 21 more Baby Animals for you to enjoy.

Similar to baby board books the cute pictures of animals are great for entertaining little ones, and for preschoolers as they begin to learn word association skills.

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Fwuffy Toes Will Rule The World: A kids book of silly rhymes and facts about rabbits, chipmunks and other Fwuffy animals. (animals are RIDICULOUSLY EXTRAORDINARY series)

by Marishka Anderson

Fwuffy toes aren’t really taking over the world, but they’d sure like to try! A book full of wonderful poems and photographs of our favourite little FWUFFY animals! A delight, full of silly rhymes about each of 5 animals, and some interesting facts about them too. There are worldwide familiar animals, such as the rabbit and mouse, along with squirrels and chipmunks, who are of course very familiar in North America, and the capybara – which is a very extraordinary rodent indeed! Easily read poems and little facts that will appeal to all ages, and have the kids reading along at bedtime.

Joinery Jones & The Search For The Missing Zit (The World Next Door Chronicals)

by Victoria Cross

The Zit is missing!

The Temple of Ach’Nea is in chaos!

And Joinery Jones is called into action once more.

With the help of his friend Stan, JJ sets out on an adventure that takes them on the Cherry Truffle, down the Quality Street and through a set of trials so gross you will never want to squeeze a spot again! They eventually find themselves on a council estate with a bunch of girls, and a bunch of questions.

Will JJ find the Zit in time?

Or does he have the answer all along?

Keaghan in the Dream Mines (The Tales of Dreamside)

by J. Daniel Batt

This is the story of Keaghan and his adventures in Dreamside. Dreamside is a strange world of twisting hallways, a labyrinth just beyond the walls (and through and between also) of your own home. In the world of Dreamside, Keaghan met the Knitters (or the Aos Si as they like to be called) who knitted the holes in reality. You haven’t seen any holes in reality? Then your home must have really good Knitters!

Keaghan now discovers that there is a world beyond Dreamside, full of vicious creatures called Tomsi which collect the teeth of children. Keaghan must travel to their world and convince them to leave his Dreamside alone. But to do so, he’ll first have to cross the Sea of Teeth.

Keaghan through the Dream Doors (The Tales of Dreamside)

by J. Daniel Batt

This is the story of Keaghan. His adventure began with one wrong turn around a strange corner in his otherwise normal house. Then he took another wrong turn around a stranger corner. Keaghan’s wrong turns brought him to the Dreamside of his house. You’ve never heard of Dreamside? Your house has one. Just like it has an inside and an outside, it has a Dreamside. Dreamside is a strange world of twisting hallways, a labyrinth just beyond the walls (and through and between also) of your own home. In the world of Dreamside, Keaghan met the Knitters (or the Aos Si as they like to be called) who knitted the holes in reality. You haven’t seen any holes in reality? Then your home must have really good Knitters!

Keaghan has stumbled into the strange world of Dreamside again. But instead of being greeted by the Knitters, he discovers his Dreamside has been raided and destroyed by vicious creatures called the Tomsi. Keaghan must journey to the Heart of Dream to discover why and what he must do next.

Learn Your ABC’s With Oopee The Owl (Fruits Of The World)

by Lana Meyer

Lana Meyer has really outdone herself by crafting this simple, yet highly effective, alphabet learning book which is ideal for ages baby to 4 years old. Lana’s new BFF, Oopee The Owl, makes his debut by highlighting a letter of the alphabet, and showcasing an associated fruit. This colorful, fruits of the world themed ABC book, is sure to make your children’s eyes light up, and fill them with fun and laughter while they learn. Each chapter concludes with a relevant, catchy rhyme, which your child will surely want to learn. Finally, the FREE MP3 audio download is a perfect accompaniment which will enhance and accelerate the learning process.

Nutty Times In The White House 3: Crazy Days With Obama (Humorous Memories Of My Days With Barack, Michelle, Malia And Sasha)

by Dan Santana


Barack, the stubborn Head of State; Michelle, the devoted wife and mother; Malia, the fourteen-year-old teenager; and Shasha, the eleven-year-old brat, are the main characters of this funny and revealing book about the Obamas and their private life in the White House. A friend of Barack, Michelle, Malia and Sasha, Dan Santana wrote this great comedy book for those who have a fine sense of humor, packed with jokes and humorous situations! Use the CLICK TO LOOK INSIDE! feature to read the first pages now!

Read it now, discover a new and comical face of the Presidential family, and have a laugh!

And don´t forget to check out the rest of the series!
Nutty Times In The White House Series:
Volume 1: Living With Obama
Volume 2: With Obama in Camp David
Volume 3: Crazy Days With Obama

The Sad Ballerina

by Cynthia Khoury

The heroine of the story is a young girl on her way to become the best ballet dancer in the world and even though that’s a good thing, and she should be happy about it, she is not. In fact, the ballerina has been sad for quite a while now and no one knows why or what they can do about it.

All this is about to change when she meets someone unexpectedly. This someone is a little boy, younger than she is. He is courageous and happy, even though he is poor and has to take care of his younger brothers.

The Tale of Smart Kids with Little Bugs : Fun IQ Quiz Games & Puzzles. Raise your Child IQ, EQ – For Children 3 – 9 Years Old. Volume 2 (ILLUSTRATED) (Bugs and Spiders Series)

by Happy Kids Press

Raise your Child IQ & EQ with this fun book.

This book is filled with wonderfully illustrated color pictures.

If your child loves fun games and puzzles, your child will fall in love with this children’s smart games collection.

A child’s brain growth comes from experience and the exercise the brain receives. Think, sight, sound, touch, taste and smell stimulate the brain’s cell connections (called synapses) and create trillions more. The more complex these interconnections, the smarter your child will be. When you provide your child with early stimulation and a wide range of experiences, you can accelerate his brain development.

This book is a great collection of cool puzzle games and brain games for kids and parents to play that are both fun and educational. These clever games & puzzles to stretch your child mind and tease their brain. Teachers, parents and kids will all enjoy the games that are school-safe.

When your child plays games, they are creating the foundation for their intellectual and emotional skills. More importantly, the child learns these while they play. Learning and having fun at the same time is the best way for your child to learn.

This book will develop both sides of their brain (the left side functions for reasoning, logic and language, while the right side features creativity and the arts.)

Enjoying these absorbing games will help your child to develop the IQ (Intelligence Quotient), EQ (Emotional Intelligence), confidence and stamina.

To Curious Heights

by Sean McGowan

All young Harold wants is to tell his friend Sally how he feels and say goodbye before she leaves on a three year mission trip with her family. But with three hundred miles between them, a stolen police laptop in his hands, a shadowy gang of kids on his tail, and his four best friends depending on him, Harold may have a hard time doing so.

Recommended for ages 10 and up.

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Trac o nama

by Slobodan Stanisic

April mutan, pljuÅ¡ti kiÅ¡a ružna…

Ti si bila peti a ja Å¡esti,

videh da si Ä?utljiva

i tužna,

pa obeÄ?am da Ä?u te izvesti…

Krenu priče, traju neprestano,

trač o nama tajne konce mota,

da smo ludi,

da nam je još rano,

da javno se ljubimo, sramota!

Da smo ludi, da nam je još rano,

ti si bila peti a ja Å¡esti,

postali smo svetu

nešto strano,

svud o nama kruže razne vesti.

The Tale Of Cletus The Christmas Farm Kitty

by Dee Daugherty

Find out what a Christmas miracle can do for a homeless kitty caught in a Christmas Eve Blizzard! Heartwarming bedtime story!

A Kiss from Heaven

by Rashana

A Kiss from Heaven was inspired by a true story and written to help children grieve the

loss of a loved one.

One day Rashana learned that a former classmate had tragically lost his wife in a car accident, leaving him with two young daughters. A few days later one of his girls was seen looking out the window at the graveyard nestled in beside the little church across the street from where they lived. It was Rashana’s compassion for those girls that brought A Kiss from Heaven to life.

Shenyati’s Gift

by Rashana

When Shenyati went to Hawaii to visit her grandparents she discovered something very special. She learned what it means to follow your intuition.

Teaching your children to trust their innate feelings is a valuable skill that is gently brought to life in this story.

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