Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 14 Feb 17

Dove Island

by Miss Mae

Second Place in the 2009 P&E Readers’ Poll! A Top Ten Finisher!

Christopher’s dedicated his allegiance to the Church. But that’s before he meets Roxanne, his cousin’s betrothed. Aboard the ship appointed for the honeymoon voyage, he fears losing her not to his cousin, but to a barbaric pirate attack. Will he live long enough to confess she holds his heart?



We are Alphabet !: We like to do amazing work

by Jasmine Thapa

A humorous and rhythmic picture book for children in the early grades that emphasize the joy of educating alphabet in a fun way. Children learn language, visualize setting, identify elements of story structure and character development.

Animal is the protagonist of this story

I am an Artist. I like to paint apples.

I am a Helicopter pilot. I like to fly high in the sky.

I am a Singer. I like to sing songs.



WOMEN of INFLUENCE: Women of the Revolution, Women of the Civil War, Women of Today

by Dr. Janet A. Munger

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As children learn and grow, so does the written word, expressed in rhythm and rhyme to teach and instill the joy of learning something new, exploring and venturing into new realms. A collection of the author’s rhyming poems published in the books: (a) From Where We Stand: From Revolution to Evolution–A Collection of Children’s Poems and (b) Children’s Mystical Tales and Reflections awaits middle and high school students, fostering good, wholesome American values. For upper elementary and middle school students, learning about the Revolutionary War, Women of the Revolution: Martha Washington (1731-1802), Abigail Adams (1744-1818), Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley “Molly Pitcher” (1754-1832), Phillis Wheatley (c. 1753-1784); Women of the Civil War: Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896), Sojourner Truth (c. 1797-1883), Harriet Tubman (c. 1820-1913) and the State of the Union in the 1800s: Spread of Slavery; Indian Removal Act and Repercussions; Causes of the Civil War; Election of Lincoln; Women of Today: Mother Teresa (1910-1997), Michelle Obama (1964-present); Hillary Clinton (1947-present); Attila the Hun, and the Bibleâ??Book I: The Book of Genesis, written in rhyme and poetic verse, will be remembered as literature never before encountered in school in such a memorable way.

The book WOMEN OF INFLUENCE is divided into three parts: (a) Women of the Revolution, (b) Women of the Civil War, and (c) Women of Today.

WOMEN OF THE REVOLUTION: WOMEN WHO LIVED DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR DAYS

Martha Washington (1731-1802)
Abigail Adams (1744-1818)
“Molly Pitcher”â??Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley (1754-1832)
Phillis Wheatley (c. 1753-1784)

WOMEN OF THE CIVIL WAR: WOMEN WHOSE INFLUENCE WAS FELT LEADING UP TO AND DURING THE CIVIL WAR

Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)
Sojourner Truth (c. 1797-1883)
Harriet Tubman (c. 1820-1913)
And the State of the Union in the 1800s:
Spread of Slavery; Indian Removal Act and Repercussions; Causes of the Civil War; Election of Abraham Lincoln

WOMEN OF TODAY: WOMEN WHOSE INFLUENCE IS FELT TODAY

Mother Teresa
Saint Teresa of Calcutta
Born: Agnes Bojaxhiu (boy a GEE you) on August 26, 1910 in Skopje (SKOP ee eh), Macedonia (north of Greece)
Middle Name: Gonxha (GONE ja) meaning “flower bud”
Heritage: Albanian descent
Died: September 5, 1997
Age: 87

Michelle Obama
Born: January 17, 1964
Michelle La Vaughn Robinson Obama
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois
The First Lady of the United States
Wife of the 44th President of the United States: Barack Obama
Mother of Malia and Sasha Obama

Hillary Clinton
Born: October 26, 1947
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois
Wife of the 42nd President of the United States: Bill Clinton
U.S. Secretary of State
Mother of Chelsea Victoria Clinton Mezvinsky
Grandmother of Charlotte and Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky

Democratic Party Nominee for President of the U.S. 2016



Children’s Books: EVERYTHING HAS A HEART (Fun, Adorable, Rhyming Bedtime Story/Picture Book for Beginner Readers, About Hearts and Love, ages 2-8)

by Sally Huss

From cats to dogs to trees and leaves, from artichokes and lettuce to people and plans, from cherry tarts to strawberries, everything has a heart.

Whimsical illustrations with musical, rhythmical verse carry along this idea of hearts being everywhere with love included. This is a sweet message that is good for every day of the year, even Valentine’s Day. It’s also a wonderful message for every child, old or young.

* 25 colorful and delightful illustrations dance throughout the story
* An excellent book for a beginner reader

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Be sure to take a peek at WHO NEEDS TEETH?, another adorable rhyming book by Sally Huss.



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