Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 15 Jun 17

Felicidad Absoluta: Ahora y en todo, como por arte de magia. (Spanish Edition)

by Mercedes Sordo Ibarreche

Felicidad absoluta, nos platica sobre la vida, nos lleva poco a poco a un despertar de la consciencia . Nos enseña a modelar nuestros pensamientos, reflexionar sobre nuestras creencias para materializar la vida que siempre hemos soñado. Un condensado de las mejores terapias, técnicas, tips para tener éxito en todo, amor, salud, prosperidad, dinero, armonía, pareja, paz. Más que superación personal, es la enseñanza del reconocimiento de Dios en ti, te platicará secretos, doctrinas milenarias y cómo aplicarlas en pleno siglo XX!. Con la voz y experiencias propias de la bruja urbana, que bien podrías ser tu mejor amiga, de manera divertida y sabia, con anécdotas fuertes y vibrantes, sobre cómo hacer que la meditación, la contención, la terapias, los libros, los cursos, la magia y los milagros te arranquen el ego y te eleven a lo que en realidad somos

The Last of the Sages: Book #1 of the Sage Saga: Volume 1

by Julius St. Clair

“This author has the fantasy fiction genre nailed. His use of anti-hero protagonists and coming of age challenges is outstanding. Excellent character development and plotting move a fast-paced adventure tale through enough action to please readers of all ages.” – Book Reviewer

From #1 best-selling epic fantasy author, Julius St. Clair, comes the first book in the breathtaking epic fantasy series: THE LAST OF THE SAGES (SAGE SAGA, BOOK 1).

In the kingdom of Allay, Sages are born.

Powerful warriors with supernatural abilities that would rival the strength of whole armies. And there is an academy that trains such warriors in sword and sorcery, forging them out of young, ordinary students. Few survive, but if there is any hope for this now desolate kingdom, the tests must be given to all that enter its walls.

One such student is James, a self-proclaimed slacker that has just been forced into the academy by his father. And if he plans to see another day, he will have to weather through four lessons in life: determination, maturity, trust, and love…

Other books from the author:
The Last of the Sages
Obsidian Sky
End of Angels
My Immortal Romance
The Sorcerer’s Ring
The Last of the Guardians

The Lost Treasure Map OV

by V Bertolaccini

An action treasure quest classic thriller of explorers hunting for lost treasure that has been buried away for centuries in a secret chamber in an immense ancient castle, and of scientists investigating strange hauntings, with their explorations of the colossal desolate and unexplored castle and its legends, while murders, murder hunts, and televised investigations occur …

Lost treasure is buried away for centuries, hidden away in a secret chamber, with no indications of its existence, even after being scanned by archeologists with the most advanced and up-to-date equipment, and the only clues to its whereabouts are an ancient riddle: where the last dwell, the markings on a tomb, and legends of treasure passed down by generations of castle owners …
The castle’s mysteries are lost in time, for someone, someday, to come along and find the answer to, to discover what is hidden there, and a group of people are forced into staying at the castle, for a week, to explore the immense castle and vast estate as they are fanatical with hunting and getting their hands on the treasure, which they believe has been left there by the late owner, even after two major murders and televised police investigations …

The Man Who Sang to Ghosts: A Japanese Legend, Retold from the Story of Hoichi and Based on The Tale of the Heike

by Aaron Shepard

A young, blind bard counts himself lucky when invited to live with the monks at a prominent Buddhist temple — and more lucky still when asked to perform his epic verses at the court of a high-ranking lord. But why is his noble audience so violently moved by his tales of long-dead heroes? For ages 10 and up. Not illustrated! ///////////////////////////////////////////////// Aaron Shepard is the award-winning author of “The Baker’s Dozen,” “The Sea King’s Daughter,” “Lady White Snake,” and many more children’s books. His stories have appeared often in Cricket magazine, while his Web site is known internationally as a prime resource for folktales, storytelling, and reader’s theater. Once a professional storyteller, Aaron specializes in lively retellings of folktales and other traditional literature, which have won him honors from the American Library Association, the New York Public Library, the Bank Street College of Education, the National Council for the Social Studies, and the American Folklore Society. ///////////////////////////////////////////////// SAMPLE Hearing something, Hoichi stopped his playing and listened. Through the night came footsteps, measured by a steady CLANK, CLANK — the sound of armor. A samurai coming to the temple, thought Hoichi. What could he want at this hour? The footsteps moved through the back gate of the temple and across the garden. CLANK, CLANK. They were coming straight toward him! As the young man’s heart beat faster, the footsteps halted before the veranda. “Hoichi!” “Sir!” replied the young man. Then he added, “Please, sir, I am blind. I cannot see who you are.” “You have nothing to fear,” said the voice. “My master, a lord of high rank, is lodging nearby. He came to visit Dan-no-ura, the scene of the famous battle. Now he hears of your talent in reciting the tale of the Heike. He wishes you to come at once to perform for himself and his attendants.” “I am most honored,” said Hoichi. The young man slung his biwa on his back and slipped into his straw sandals. Then his arm was clasped in a grip of iron, and he was led rapidly away. 

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