Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 27 Dec 13

The Donkey and the King (Donkey Series for Children)

by Lorilyn Roberts

“The Donkey and the King” is an allegorical story of love. A donkey longs for an easier life beyond the stable. He dreams of no heavy burdens to bear and no one to tell him what to do.

After leaving the safety of the stable, however, he becomes lost in the wilderness. A sheep finds him after being sent by the king. With his new friend, the donkey sets out on an unusual journey to overcome his greatest fear.

The reader will find “good” hidden in the artwork, and children will delight in searching for the word on each page. If you have fond memories of looking for the mouse in “Goodnight Moon” you will want to share this book with your child. A link and QR code is provided to assist parents in finding the hidden word if needed. The moral in this story:  There is “good” in the world if you look (and listen) for it.

Space: Fantastic Facts and Awesome Photos For Kids

by Nile Philips

Did You Know?

It can take millions to billions of years before a star is born.

Some asteroids are as big as planets.

Major galaxies can have hundreds of trillions of stars.


In Space: Fantastic Facts and Amazing Photos For Kids, you’ll discover what’s actually in â??empty’ space and how vast it is.


Amazing facts, photos, and trivia provide a glimpse into: black holes and how they work, what asteroids are made of, what characteristics a planet must have, or it is not a planet, and much more!


Space: Fantastic Facts and Amazing Photos For Kids is for children ages 7-10, with short chapters that both parents and younger children will also enjoy. Detailed insight into what makes up space, along with clear explanations, and clear photos with captions, create an exciting and informative reading experience.



Papuk on the Trail of Nanuk

by Iftach Spector

An adventure set in the High Arctic of Alaska, home of the Inuit Indians (Eskimos). A boy finds a way to save his people from famine, and the mystery of how he confronts polar bears, unarmed, eventually involves a visiting fighter pilot, and various people trying to save Polar bears, Arctic wildlife and solve a mystery– The pilot learns to appreciate the life and customs of the Inuit Indians as he follows hot on the trail of the Eskimos boy, on his way to a secret meeting of Arctic Animals!

Moral Stories for Young Children

by Dr. Hooelz

Moral Stories are the best way inculcate values in Children. In this book, we have published some of the best stories with great illustration to appeal to the young children.

The Stories in this book are:

1. The Monkey and the Crocodile
2. The Fox and the Crow
3. The Boy who cried wolf
4. The Lion and the Mouse
5. The Heron and the Crab
6. The Thirsty Crow
7. The Lion and the Rabbit
8. The Hare and the Tortoise
9. The Geese and the Tortoise
10. The Monkey that pulled a hammer

These stories are not only enjoyable but adds value to the learning in kids.

Come explore with your Child! Now!

Sickle Claw – A Tale of Adventure and Enchantment in the Age of the Dinosaurs

by Charles J Mize

Imagine a world where the dinosaurs never died, a world where dinosaurs inherited the earth instead of man. What would they have been like? What stories might they have told? This story takes place among those dinosaurs and in their world, sixty million years ago. The story is about a magical sword which can slay not only the living, but the dead and even the immortal. With this power comes a terrible curse, for all who touch the sword are stricken with a dreadful madness. But the sword itself, in a prophecy engraved on its blade, warns that its power is soon to be unleashed, that evil long silent will awaken and heroes never before known will emerge. When a mad knight wanders into town, pursued by a ghostly enemy and carrying the accursed sword, a local boy finds himself in the middle of the looming confrontationâ??a boy with no name, a boy with no chance to prove himself, but who may have a surprising part to play.

Danny Battle and The Book of Shangri-la

by Tom Kelly

The discovery of the diary of a fifteenth century explorer propels twelve year old Danny Battle into an action packed race for the greatest lost treasure of the ancient world.

Sweet, Sweet, Sweet Barefeet! A Joyful Rap (Grammy’s Gang Book 5)

by Flo Barnett

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Adventures of Jocker & Bivy: Saving Upworld (Book #1),
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Twins Tales,

entertaining YA short stories. By Lois


the Night Before Christmas,
A mouse daddy tells
about Santa’s visit. By Chase Miller.


things don’t go according to plan. By
Lorhainne Eckhart.


Quietest Woman in the South,
Cade Trahern and an orphan.
What more could she want? By Nancy


Worth Dying For,
A mystery wrapped in chocolate. By Pat Amsden. 

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Sweet, Sweet, Sweet Barefeet! A Joyful Rap, the fifth book in the “Grammy’s Gang” series, #1 Amazon Hot New Releases, Children’s eBooks, Multicultural stories (June 2013).  

Due to the new Kindle format which fills the entire screen with vibrant color and sharp illustration, Amazon sets $1.99 as the minimal price for this children’s book. 


Except for the color of their skin, Thomas and Ty-Ty are the same as any two boys could be. And they’ve promised to be best pals forever!  So rap along to the beat as they splash through puddles, hide in bushes, swim with the fishes , and laze under an old oak tree on a warm summer day.  Celebrate their brotherhood with lyrical verse and amazing illustration.

Gary The Grasshopper: A Beautifully Illustrated Children’s E-Book

by Kay Wiley

Gary The Grasshopper is a beautifully illustrated children’s book, written by Kay Wiley and illustrated by the amazing and talented i Cenizal.

– Book Length: 42 fully illustrated pages
– Age Group: All ages. Parents can read this to your children, and kids who are learning to read can read it on their own. No matter what age you are, you’ll love the illustrations!

Jump into Gary’s adventure as he attempts to hop to the moon! This book will teach your child that they can set their mind to anything, and if they set goals and work hard, they can accomplish anything they want in life.

It seems like just about everything holds Gary the grasshopper back from his goals, but this time, he works hard, has some patience, makes a plan, asks a friend for help, and accomplishes the biggest goal a grasshopper has ever accomplished.

“There once lived a grasshopper that didn’t fit in with the rest. His name was Gary.

Gary would always come up with all sorts of crazy ideas.

Gary’s grasshopper friends would make fun of him all day, and all night.

Sometimes Gary got sad…

Sometimes Gary got mad…

And sometimes Gary the grasshopper would cry.

But this time, Gary had a GRAND idea!”

You can do anything you want in your life, I truly believe that, and the only other person that needs to believe it is yourself. This book is dedicated to the children of the future.

Enjoy the colorful, bright, beautiful illustrations, cute characters, and inspiring, lovely story of Gary The Grasshopper.

Stonehenge (Wonders of the World)

by David Fisher

An alternate idea to the purpose of Stonehenge. Who knows, this could be the true purpose of the ancient monument

The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy: Saving Upworld (Book #1)

by T.J. Hawk

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Sweet, Sweet, Sweet Barefeet! A Joyful Rap, Childhood fun on a carefree day in toe-tappin’ lyrical verse. By Flo Barnett.
Thomson Twins Tales, Three entertaining YA short stories. By Lois Lavrisa.  
Mimi’s Mix, Two paranormal romances and one suspense makes up this mix! By Mimi Barbour.    

The Wedding, Sometimes things don’t go according to plan. By Lorhainne Eckhart.      
Chocolate Worth Dying For, A mystery wrapped in chocolate. By Pat Amsden.
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Do you love animals? The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy will thrill you. You won’t be able to put it down! Get this book now because you’ll love:

  • The brother and sister team of Jocker & Bivy…
  • Their group of animal friends like Hoset the cat…
  • The crazy and exciting adventures of the whole gang…

Praise for The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy
“This is a tale that will delight children and adults alike. The dialogue is clever, the characters are charming, and the situation calls for wisdom and heroism. Thank goodness for Jocker and Bivy.”
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“…really adorable stories, with plenty of action and adventure. If you have young readers, or if you are young at heart and enjoy stories with animals as characters, be sure to grab a copy…”
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Jocker and Bivy are ordinary cardinals, hoping to learn how to fly. They love playing in the nest with their parents. But when the siblings learn that their home is in danger from an army of ants, they must take action. Finally, with the help of new friends they meet along the way, Jocker and Bivy embark on a quest: Saving Upworld!

>If you like Roald Dahl, Judy Blume, or Beverly Cleary, you’ll love The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy!

Books in the Series:
Ë?Ë?Ë?The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy: Saving Upworld (Book #1)

Ë?Ë?Ë?The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy: Return to Upworld (Book #2)

Ë?Ë?Ë?The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy: Doom in the Desert (Book #3)

Ë?Ë?Ë?The Adventures of Jocker & Bivy: Cardinals Get Crabby (Book #4)

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by Craig Inglis

Can a terrier named Lucky bounce back from some bad luck?  “Lucky,” the illustrated children’s book by Craig Inglis, is a puppy tale any child will love. With an easy-to-read story and beautiful illustrations by Richard Kinsey, this uplifting, enlightening picture book shows children that they can overcome even the most challenging of problems with the love of friends and with plenty of determination. Positive and joyful, this highly instructive book will spark animal lovers everywhere, and show children the power of positive thinking in difficult times, such as a life-changing physical disability, through the triumphant story of a lovable, plucky dog named Lucky.

Opposites (Early eBooks)

by Something Else Publishing

Kids will have a lot of fun discovering opposites like big and little, young and old, front and back. This Early eBook from Something Else Publishing features beautiful, full-color photographic illustrations that will bring the concepts will make the concepts easy to grasp.

OPPOSITES has been formatted for landscape viewing on the Kindle Fire and Kindle apps for phones, tablets and computers and includes words in six languages.

Be sure to look for other Early eBooks from Something Else Publishing including SPORTS ABCs, SEASONS & HOLIDAYS, and COLORS.

Are There Rules in Heaven? (Daddy’s Little Answer Books)

by Jeff Raymer

The Daddy’s Little Answer Book series includes scenic photographs of a father spending time with his children, while working through a unique question posed by the child. The conversational text is written to approximately a second grade reading level; and the reasoning behind the answer is likewise simple enough for that age to comprehend.

Winter (LOOK BOOK)

by P.J. Harding

Written and published by P.J. Harding. another in the â??LOOK BOOK’ series – Your child will love this easy reader and brilliant color picture book of Winter.

Each page captures the color and spectacle of a wonderful Winter Wonderland!

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Silly Farm Animal Picture Book (Hippopotamus, Snails, Rooster…)

by Jamie Roy

(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon)

This is a cute book with beautiful photos and silly rhymes to keep your little ones interested. For example:

Caterpillar wiggles
Caterpillar eats
Caterpillar sleeps
And now she flies!
(“I’m now a butterfly!”)

Look Inside the Book Now and see the 4 cute pictures in between the lines…

How To Survive As A Single Woman (How To Survive As A Woman (Trilogy))

by Julie S. Ross

Survive As A Single Woman Book is a collection of experiences of women of all ages and cultures worldwide. For many years, we have shared our daily lives, our views, ideas and stories for a better life. We have learned how to overcome difficult times in relationships, work, romance and all aspects of our lives.
All these experiences and research of thirty years have been put together in several books to benefits us and enrich us all.
How To Survive As A Single Woman is a survival guide for the young women of this generation.

It is a Trilogy of the following e-Books:

“How To Survive As A Single Woman “
“How To Survive As A Woman in a Break Up”
“Lose Weight, The Psychology”

Empower Yourself. Get the facts. We all need a helping hand, find it here
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Click: A Circle of Friends (Wayfare Chronicles: The Click Series)

by Jen Brunetto

Best friends since kindergarten and only two weeks apart in age, Blair and Kyle are about to turn thirteen. They plan a private party, inviting only two othersâ??also best friendsâ??Adelle and Jade. The new girl in school is a last minute afterthought. Now there are five. A circle of friends is formed and it closes with an audible click.

But a tragic event and a secret crush will test the ties, loyalties and true characters of each girl. Who will be the one to break the circle?

Recommended for Ages 10-13

Zack Plays Sports (Perfect for 1st to 4th graders)

by Roy Popson

Zack likes sports, but he can’t make up his mind on which one he wants to play. Maybe basketball? Or perhaps tennis? Or soccer, or volleyball?

Help Zack choose his sport and learn a valuable lesson about friendship.

A perfect book for imaginative 1st to 4th graders!

Easy language, colorful illustrations.

1,000 words, 20 pages.

The Little Christmas Tree

by Anne Quekett

A short Christmas tale for reading to young children with a Christmas tree, a little star, a little angel and a forester and his family.

Behind the Scenes

by Kathryn White

Catlin Ryan is determined to escape her dreary life in a beachside caravan park. Abandoned by her alcoholic mother, she dreams of a life on the stage and is prepared to work hard to get it. So when she is offered a starring role on her favourite television series, Catlin does not think twice about taking it.

But fame comes with a set of new challenges, long hours, spoiled and demanding colleagues, the paparazzi, some wild parties and Tom, the bitter director who seems to hate her. Then there is the reunion with her father, a brooding retired police officer, who offers her board and lodgings inside a house that is haunted with dark family secrets. Who is Catlin Ryan, really? Why does she keep remembering things that she knows never really happened? Can Catlin reconcile with her past and keep her family secrets out of the tabloids, or is the world destined to know what goes on behind the scenes?

A Christmas Space Crash (Kids in Space)

by Martin Davies

A short adventure story for 6-11 year olds.
Three children take a Christmas shopping joy ride and crash on an Alien planet.
They must cross an alien world, escape monsters, and survive floods. It will need all their bravery, determination and inventiveness.

The Great Egress Caper

by KB Shaw

In 1850s New York, two street urchins, Mickey and Angelo, plan to sneak into Barnum’s American Museum. Little do they know, they are about to receive a lesson on humbugging from the great man himself.

Military Kids Speak: Celebrating the Way You Think About Being a Military Kid

by Julie Rahm

Military kids and deployments…
Military kids and moving…
Military kids education…
Military kids and making friends…
Now there is help for military kids!

Do you know children who are suffering from the fears, challenges and pain that come from being part of a military family?
Are you worried the military lifestyle is harming your child or grandchild?
Are your children having trouble focusing in school?
Are they displaying feelings of anger or despair?
Are they reacting with resentment?

Maybe you are feeling the despair of not know how to ease their pain.
Now you have the ultimate solution.
Military Kids Speak teaches children that they are not alone, and offers solutions from peers on how to exhale back into the delights of childhood.
You’ll learn how to be happy from kids living with the usual challenges of childhood while also dealing with war.

After reading this book, you and your children will never look at military family life the same way again.
You’ll be able to immediately interpret negative emotions and adapt to any situation.
Living the military lifestyle will become a much easier task.
You will be happy because you have a better understanding of yourself, your reactions, and your family members.
It’s like your eyes will be opened to the world for the very first time.

Imagine being 10 years old again, standing in an airport or train station, and watching your mother or father board a plane or train for a war zone, not knowing if you will ever see them again.
Many military kids have had that experience three times by age 13.
With the right outlook, they develop emotional resilience beyond their years.

Celebrating the role military families play in the success of America as well as their individual accomplishments, Military Kids Speak by author Julie Rahm is a fascinating and inspired account of what it takes to be a military kid. It’s a team effort with a common goal; the mission is to describe what it means to be a part of a military family, what it takes to persevere when it comes to deployments, and living abroad. It’s also a candid account of the military lifestyle, and how special it is to be a child of a hero. In two parts and seventeen chapters with titles like “Military Kids Speak about Deployments”, “Military Kids Speak about Living Abroad”, and “Military Kids Speak about Making Friends”, this engaging, conversational book begins with over two dozen essays written by today’s military kids. These young authors, aged ten to sixteen, discuss the rollercoaster ride of military life, it’s perks and privileges, as well as its hardships and heartaches, while the second half comprises twelve in-depth interviews with famous former military kids like Justice Leah Ward Sears, Newt Gingrich, Shaquille O’Neal, and Mark Hamill. Being a military kid is specia – a childhood spent with the military is an adventure. This first volume of Military Kids Speak is a narrative of what American kids of servicemen and servicewomen sacrifice for their country day in and day out all over the world – and what they have to say about it.

Fairies (Grandma Bubbles Books for New Readers)

by Marianne McKnight

“Mom, I can read!” Early readers, armed with a basic understanding of short-vowel sounds and a few sight words, will be tickled pink to be able to read “Fairies,” one of the many books in the Grandma Bubbles Books for New Readers series. Do you believe in fairies? Jen and Pam do. Off they go in search of the illusive fluttery pixies. This simple but captivating story, combined with colorful illustrations, will appeal to early readers, ages 3 to 6. What a fun way to discover the magic of reading!

Dylan’s Detective Agency: The Lizard of Show-and-Tell (Fourth Grade Year)

by B. M. Theodore

Dylan’s Detective Agency shows its origins and finds itself challenged by its first mystery. Who stole Jenny’s Lizard? Who will help get him back? Will Clyde prove himself a worthy detective?

Giant Gemstones

by Patrina McKenna

In the backstreets of Venice, a lonely craftsman faces a challenging mission; one he can’t possibly embark on alone. What he doesn’t realise is that help is on its way; a diverse group of individuals have come into contact with some large shiny stones and they are beginning to form an unbreakable bond. There’s still a missing piece though, something that will provide the ultimate connection and take the newly formed team on the journey of a lifetime.

If you would like to join the adventure and are willing to: travel through England, Ireland and Italy; become friends with an unlikely group of animals and house share with four university students, then please come on board. Everyone’s welcome. It’s a world where the power of friendship knows no bounds and diversity reigns.

Oh, and the lonely craftsman, well he goes on the greatest journey of them all . . .

The Hound of Hassop Hall

by P.S. Wilcox

Ten-year-old Clara tells the story of a wolfhound with a special gift from the time of the Tutor dynasty. England is in turmoil as Queen Mary I ascends the throne, vowing to restore Catholicism to the land. No one can be trusted, as loyalties become uncertain. Peace can only be restored to the royal house of Welsh origin through the unity of two chalices that went missing many years ago. It’s up to an exiled dog and two servants on the run to crack the mystery and save the realm.

Mabel and the Sock Pirates

by Elwyn Tate

Mabel is a cat who lives on a farm by the sea… but not just any old farm… Mabel’s farm has some very special trees… Trees unlike you have ever seen before.

One day some rascally pirates sail by and decide to plunder and steal from the farm and Mabel must defend her precious trees and their unusual fruit.

Moo and Baa Baas Birthday no:12 (Moo and Baa stories)

by Peter John King

Baas Birthday is the twelfth in the compilation of Moo and Baa stories. In this on, Baa gets a cake and a Birthday song. And the Author writes his shopping list, while the party goes on, which the Story Teller doesn’t find very funny. Mrs Farmer has a dream and it all ends well, oink is sick as a pig, and Baa fills two bucket fulls just like a good Children’s story always does, fun for all the family in fact it’s sickening to read, ha, ha, ha.

Oh My Where’s The Pie

by Winfred Jennings

The town of Leftrightington is in an uproar, a pie is missing and no one knows where to find it. A delightful list of who’s who characters answer to the charges. This picture story uses poetry and humor and is sure to delight young children everywhere. Unique ending makes for much fun and laughter.

The Princess’s Dream

by Susan Palmer

Emmaline lives in the biggest, brightest castle in all the land, or so the servants tell her. Emmaline herself has never been outside the stone walls, and she’s not even allowed in all the rooms of the castle. Everyone treats her like the very special princess that she is, but no one treats her like a friend.

One day, Emmaline has the best idea ever. She doesn’t have to be a princess if she doesn’t want to. Emmaline escapes the castle to become a regular girl named Emma. She quickly learns that regular life isn’t everything she thought it would be, and there are some benefits to being a princess.

A Tale of Dragons and Friendship

by Marshal Miller

A tale of dragons and friendship.

Teenage Goddess (Children of New Olympus)

by May Burnett

Teenage Goddess

Myra is the daughter of Zeus and his wife Hera. She and her younger brother are the only children born to the gods in the centuries since they moved to New Olympus. Now sixteen and the spoilt darling of the Gods, Myra has a special birthday wish: to spend a term in a human boarding school, where the famous teenage idol, actor/singer Jason Mackenzie is also enrolled.

Myra gets her wish, but has to leave her divine powers behind, – including the glamour that can effortlessly attract any human to her. As powerless as any human girl, she has her work cut out for her to even attract Jason’s attention. Would-be rivals and interfering Gods betting on the outcome do not make her job any easier. Her brother is also along for the ride, just as well, as it turns out…

Power games, jealousy, love, hopes and fears combine in this entertaining novella-length story (about one third of a standard full-length novel).

Teenagers Eulogy

by Wayne Bryant

It happens much too often, someone goes on a killing spree and murders our friends or loved ones without cause or provocation, we weep and ask why? Death is a subject no one likes to discuss at length whether young or old. Yet death and taxes are a certainty. I thought it best to write about this subject and alert our young people as well as older folk to this possibility and how to cope with it.

Marie was not sure what was happening when she tearfully finished the eulogy for her best friend Betty. Was she seeing a ghost? This wasn’t a dream. Could she have crossed over to the other side for one final visit? Wait a minute, this is all so strange. It is not over yet. Someone else has something to say. Teenagers Eulogy takes you through the death of friends and finds happiness in closure.

William Wasp Wonders…

by Peter Leslie

William Wasp is fed up being hated by humans. What can he be that will make people like him enough not to swat him the moment he buzzes by? This is the weird question that William asks himself, but what will he discover the answer to be? Join William as he ponders over this conundrum in rhyme, and see the rather odd results of his wandering thoughts in the accompanying illustrations.

Young Zachary the Beginning

by Grandpa Casey

Zachary, a young teenager with a somewhat overactive imagination, is in those in-between years; too young to drive and too old to play with toys. He likes video games but doesn’t want them to control his world like some of his friends. To fight the boredom he decides to become a Private Investigator. Will people think he’s serious, as he walks around with his Ulster Overcoat and Deerstalker Hat; or will they laugh at him? You be the judge of that.

Is Jesus God? (Daddy’s Little Answer Books)

by Jeff Raymer

Children don’t ask for quality time; they just want time. It is during these ordinary times, when children are most at ease, that they ask the most profound and important questions. Who better to be there to answer these questions than a parent?

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