Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 05 Dec 16

15 Letters to Santa

by Kerry Anna Stenke

Henry Bonk Doodle, of Hooplyville Heights, has a bedroom crammed full of toys he’s all but forgottenâ??but it’s still not enough.

Knowing Christmas is right around the corner, he devises a plan to get Santa to bring him more and more and more presents.

Can he do it? Should he do it?

Henry finds out in this rhyming children’s Christmas story. Along the way, he also discovers that maybe ‘things’ aren’t everything.

The Legend Of Zelda: The Tale of a Hero: (Unofficial Book) (The Legend Of Zelda Adventures)

by Takeshi Akitaka

Discover what you might call a fanfiction at its finest…
Link has more than a few lifetimes of memories running through his mind, and they all lead him back to where his heart belongs.
Will he be separated from her forever?

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The Little Blue Digger – A Colorful Construction Site Story for 2-5 Year Olds

by Harriet Tuppen

“Everyone in Builders Town was very busy building things. Everyone, that is, except for Little Blue.”

The Little Blue Digger is a beautifully illustrated construction site story for 2 – 5 year olds. It will particularly appeal to young fans of construction site vehicles who love to watch the different diggers and trucks at work!

Readers will get to know Little Blue (a very little excavator), Big Yellow (a slightly stern backhoe), Strong Green (a gruff bulldozer), Tall Orange (a wobbly crane) and Wide Red (a hard-working dump truck).

Little Blue is not allowed to join in the daily construction work in Builders Town because the other trucks consider him too little to help. However, following a slight mishap at the construction site, Little Blue rushes in and proves that he can work just as well as any of the other vehicles, earning their respect and a permanent place on the construction team.

A fun and entertaining story for children and parents to enjoy together, The Little Blue Digger also carries gentle messages of friendship, inclusion and acceptance of differences. It is perfect for reading aloud at bedtime!


The characters in this book are brought to life by illustrator, Branislav Gapic, who gives each of the vehicles its own charming personality. Branislav starts by drawing and coloring the pictures by hand and then he filters them in Photoshop to achieve a unique, child-friendly style.

Intended for young readers, the pictures are simple and colorful, but they also contain additional fun details that will amuse young children and encourage discussion. See if you can spot the grumpy traffic cone that just had a rock bounce off his head!

About The Author

Harriet Tuppen recently left her corporate role to work from home and spend more time with her three children. Having a little more time on her hands (though not nearly as much as she’d expected!), she thought it would be fun and meaningful to write a book for her littlest one’s 3rd birthday. What does little Oliver like…? Diggers…check! Anything blue…check! And so The Little Blue Digger was conceived.

Harriet really hopes that you enjoy reading The Little Blue Digger with your young reader(s) as much as she enjoys reading it with Oliver and his sisters. She has found creating her first picture book for kids such a rewarding task that she is already planning several more. First in line is another adventure for Little Blue and his friends…!

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Icy’s Christmas Dream: The Story of Believing (Children’s Christmas Storybook) (Bedtime Stories)

by Arnie Lightning

Icy’s Christmas Dream

This is the story of a friendly snowman named Icy who had a Christmas dream of his very own. Not so long ago, on a cold December day, Icy stood in the forest, wishing on stars in the sky. “More than anything, I want a pet penguin,” he whispered.

While his friends laughed at him, Icy believed Santa would make his wish come true… 

This is a read-aloud kid’s book with big and bright pictures. The target audience age is for toddlers, preschool, and younger children.

  • Fully illustrated picture book
  • Excellent as a bedtime story
  • Great for toddlers, preschool, and younger children

A beautiful Christmas picture book – Perfect for reading aloud with friends and family!

Best-Selling Children’s Book Author – Arnie Lightning

Arnie Lightning is a best-selling children’s book author with a straightforward goal. He wants his work to create a positive impact in the lives of others through children’s books. Learning morals, lessons, and good character can start at a young age. Arnie’s books reflect this. By providing a comfortable and entertaining environment, learning can be a fun activity!

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Belle and the Great Rescue: (Perfect for Bedtime and Young Readers 2 to 4 of age) (The Adventures of Belle and Addie Book 1)

by Don Pope

What are people saying about the book?

“This is a wonderful easy to read book, girls love Belle” – Mary H. – Boston

“Thank you so much for creating this book” Bob A. – Seattle

“My kids Love this Book, Thank you” Summer T. – Dallas

In this book you will discover:

  1. Easy to read picture book
  2. Engaging as a what’s that mystery
  3. Team Building story line
  4. Puppy Dog adventure for your child
  5. Lots of positive reinforcements
  6. Girls and boys will love this series

Belle and the Great Rescue is a fun story of a small puppy dog discovering what is around her. Meets up with a tiny fairy and become great friends. The series called The Adventures of Belle and Addie teaches kids about friendship, trust, working together, and problem solving. Look for more Great Adventures coming your way.

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