Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 21 May 15

Kids Book: Jacob’s Secret (Kids Picture Book and Kids Book About Nature)

by Emily McLeod


Many years ago there was a small quiet village surrounded by mountains. It was a village of merchants. People used to sell animals like hens and pigs, spices like pepper and salt and fabrics that women made by hand. There also was a beautiful river where the animals liked to drink fresh water and where the kids of the village enjoyed playing around. But one day something strange happened, the beautiful river was running out of water, and the animals and plants would die. The kids were very worried, especially Jacob, who was always taking care of the environment. Suddenly an old man appeared and came with a solution to save the river and all the living things that surrounded it. But it was not an easy solution because Jacob would need to reveal a secret. A secret that had been in his family for decades and one which he promised not to say. Read this amazing kids picture book to find out whether Jacob revealed his family secret in order to protect the river and nature.

â??Kids Book: Jacob’s Secret (Kids Picture Book and Kids Book About Nature)’ is a delightful inspirational story for kids. A great kids book that can be read to those younger than 5, a read alone or with guidance book for kids age 5-8, or a read alone tale for kids 9-12 who are looking for a new sort of hero. Who doesn’t want to know about a fun loving 7 year old boy who is so committed to protecting the environment and Mother Nature?

This book is beautifully illustrated and designed to captivate the imagination of every child enjoying it.

A wonderful addition to any library, especially those collecting kids picture adventure books for the Kindle or picture books about nature.

This story is appropriate for reading to children anytime including at bedtime.


Minecraft: Diary of an Abandoned Creeper: An Unofficial Minecraft Book (Minecraft, Minecraft Secrets, Minecraft Stories, Minecraft Books For Kids, Minecraft Books, Minecraft Comics, Minecraft Xbox)

by Tom Adams

What does it feel like to be a Minecraft Creeper?


This book will allow you to understand how a Minecraft Creeper feels. They just want to be friends with the villagers. It’s not their fault they explode. Read this book to understand the true feelings of a Minecraft Creeper.

Are they heartless?

What kind of feelings do they have?

Find out

**Read This Book For FREE With Kindle Unlimited!!**


The Fairy Tales of the Endless Space

by Nelly Deinford

The eBook, “The Fairy Tales of the Endless Space” consists of ten magical, instructive, and informative stories. It tells your child about friendship, kindness, and responsibility, and about the importance of being a good person, including the use of the words â??thank you’ and â??please’. The author of the book, Nelly Deinford, is a teacher with great experience. She knows about and loves children; that is why each page of the book is enriched with love and tenderness.

After you read this book to your child and enjoy the wonderful illustrations, you’ll see that these stories will not only generate fun and excitement, but will also teach the little ones some very important life lessons. These lessons are useful for all inhabitants of our world.


by Elly Blanco

The story follows a little boy who is taken care of by his grandmother. He considers her a Nanny+, as she is able to take care of him as a nanny would but with the love of a grandmother.

Is The Joseph Smith’s Translation of the Bible a True Translation?: Or Merely Commentary?

by Carleton Wade Brown PhD

A textual analysis of the Joseph Smith Translation of the New Testament.

And God Save Judy Garland: A gay Christian’s journey

by Randy Eddy-McCain

One year before the Little Rock Nine bravely endured threats of violence and death to integrate Central High School, Randy Eddy-McCain was born in Arkansas. He grew up in a conservative Assemblies of God church where he fell in love with Jesus as a little boy.

As Randy got older, he felt called by God to go into the ministry, but he had what religion taught him was a problem. He was attracted to men, not women. He hoped he might grow out of it. He prayed he’d grow out of it, but when that didn’t happen, he explored what it meant to be gay.

Without an example of how a gay man could be a Christian, Randy moved back and forth between what seemed like two conflicting worlds. As a Christian he tried not to be gay, and as a gay man, he tried to ignore how much he still loved Jesus and wanted to minister to people in need.

Turmoil turned to peace when Randy was able to embrace both his faith and his sexuality. He committed his life to the love of his life, Gary Eddy, 21 years ago, and for the past 20 years, he’s been the openly gay pastor of Open Door Community Church in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Too many parents have hurt their children when they thought they were being faithful to their God. Too many LGBTQ kids have committed suicide because they were bullied and were taught that their sexuality made them an abomination to God. Too many men and women have left a faith tradition they really love because they were asked to leave until they could “stop” being gay.

Randy Eddy-McCain’s life story demonstrates that a person’s faith in God can exist without being in conflict with his or her sexuality.

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