Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 17 May 17

Darkleich Files: The Raptarian

by Bryan Barton

รข??The Darkleich Files: The Raptarian’ takes readers out of Earth’s boundaries and into a boundless adventure with the bold and brave Criminal Retrieval Unit, as they race to hunt down the truth behind the galaxy’s crimes.

Join Darkleich the head of the Criminal Retrieval Unit, to hunt down and bring back wanted criminals from the fifteen planets, that are part of the United Alliance of Interplanetary Worlds. Darkleich has been tasked to hunt down a Raptarian called Zigart as he has assassinated Prime Minister Toolun a member of the senate. It transpires to be a bigger job than Darkleich expects and he embarks on a chase not only for Zigart but also the truth.

My Brother’s Stinky T-Shirt

by Rick Pinkston

Sarah’s little brother has a favorite shirt. Don’t we all?
Normally that isn’t a problem, but Lucas refuses to wash his shirt.


Sarah is tired of being the big sister of the kid who wears a stinky t-shirt. Can Sarah get rid of the shirt, once and for all?

Sarah discovers there is more behind the shirt than just a stinky little brother.

65 Development-Promoting and Fun Activities for 12-18 Month Olds (Kids activities)

by Olga Fox

I am a mother to an 18-month-old toddler. I researched a lot of activities for my child that would help her develop and that would also be fun. I combined activities that I found in different resources into one bundle, added some of our own activities and I’m sharing these activities with other moms that don’t have time to do extensive research. All the activities in the book have been tested on our toddler, and I only included those that she liked. The target group for these activities is 12 to 18-month-old toddlers, but I think 18 to 24 month olds would enjoy them as well. All kids are different though, and if your child is not interested in some activities, try them again later. Kids develop and change their interests so fast!

Learn to Read Spanish in Five Minutes

by Juan Serrato

This is a short mini-book that is intended to help English speakers learn how to properly read Spanish. Spanish can be read quite easily even if the person has limited or no knowledge of the language. The rules to reading Spanish lie on the simple and consistent phonetic sounds that the 5 vowels make, which is the same exact one every single time. This mini-book will go over each of the letters and explain how each one is read. It is a simple but powerful tool for anyone who is learning Spanish. If you already have a basic understanding of the language, this is the best tool you can use to learn to verbally read the language even if you run into words you have never seen.

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