Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 20 Apr 18

Survive! Camping Hacks : A Prepperâ??s Guide

by Lorayne Miller

This book is about camping hacks for survival. If you are a prepper you are going to like the tips in this book that will make survival easier.



Sophie’s Light

by Matthew S. Cox

Sophie lives in a most peculiar cottage at the center of the Forgotten Forest, its inside much larger than its outside.

You see, the house must be large, for it holds a great troll as well as a little girl. As one might expect, working for such a creature is rather frightening to a seven-year-old, but the endless expanse of black trees outside is even scarier.

She’s afraid to make even the slightest sound, for the troll abhors loud children.

He’s not terribly fond of quiet children eitherâ??unless they’re in his stew.

Sophie’s precious light offers comfort in her darkest moments. She can’t remember where it came from, but it’s her only source of hope holding back the gloom that yearns to devour her soul. Trolls are covetous beasts, and when he spots her shiny bauble and steals it, Sophie faces two terrible options:

Stay and suffer the wrath of a furious troll, or take her chances in a forest of her deepest fears.



El Niño Volador (Libro Ilustrado) (Spanish Edition)

by Amy Potter

Daniel se despierta una mañana con un problema. Al menor descuido sale volando por los aires como un globo. Sin entender lo que le esta sucediendo, intentará ocultarlo por todos los medios a su madre y compañeros del colegio. Sin embargo, no será tan fácil…

Un libro creado por Amy Potter e inspirado por algunos de sus propios sueños en los que podía volar.
(A partir de 9 Años)



Shelve Under C: A Tale of Used Books and Cats (Turning Pages Book 1)

by Jenny Kalahar

A novel for everyone, Shelve Under C is a big, leaning stack of humor, heart, stray cat hairs, old book dust, mystery, family drama, longing and hope.
Used bookshops often have a cat or two roaming the aisles, sleeping on the shelves, or sleeping on the customers. Here is a novel all about one bookshop and its resident cats, Stomper and Buglit; and about Kris, a 12-year-old boy who apprentices in the shop. Kris is a little bit like the cats: he’s a foster child getting used to a new family, and the cats are being fostered in the bookshop for the local shelter. Stomper and Buglit are a little bit like Kris: they get into trouble, have some wild adventures, and find out just what being part of a family really means.
Unlike some novels that have a bookstore setting, Shelve Under C has the real spirit of the store, its owners, its apprentice, its customers and, especially, its cats as the beating heart of this fuzzy beast. It’s full of wonderful characters, a wild storm, a doggy bucking bronco, catnip capers, an almost-deadly chicken salad sandwich, and . . . books! No need to knock — the door is open. So come on in, grab something to read, and get comfy on the big, red sofa.



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