Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 17 Aug 18

How to Draw Monsters for Kids Step by Step Easy Cartoon Drawing for Beginners & Kids: Learn How to Draw Cute Monsters and Creatures with Letters, Numbers, & Simple Shapes (Drawing for Kids Book 20)

by Rachel Goldstein

Does your child love cute monsters, and silly creatures, and other “scary” cartoon characters? This book will teach them how to draw dozens of cute cartoon and kawaii style monsters, creatures, and “creepy” things. Although this isn’t a Halloween themed book, it would make a great Halloween drawing book for kids. This book will teach your child how to draw, step by step, with the easiest approach possible…by using alphabet letters, numbers, symbols, and other simple shapes. This is letter and number fun at its best! The cartoon / kawaii style that is used in this book is easy to doodle and is part of what makes this style so much fun to learn how to draw. Rachel has been teaching kids how to draw for almost ten years now, and this drawing technique really works! With this no-tears strategy, learning how to draw is fun for children as young as 5 years old, but also works for adults and teens. Cartooning is fun for kids, but even more fun when it comes easy to them. This book does just that…makes drawing fun and easy for kids. This book will turn your child into the monster drawing artist that he or she wants to be. Your child will learn how to draw super cute monsters, as well as Frankenstein’s monster, a mummy, a vampire, a warewolf, and many other creatures.

Each cute monster / creature drawing lesson is a step by step process. Each tutorial is broken down into the simplest of steps that can be followed by most children. Your child doesn’t need to know how to read or write letters to follow these drawing lessons. In fact, preschoolers, Kindergartners, First graders, etc. can enjoy this book. The only thing your child needs is time and interest. You can also use this as a drawing workbook as the child can draw along in the book. This book is for both boys and girls, and is good for kids of most age ranges, but is best for kids aged 6-8, 9-12 – but if your kids are 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, etc, they will all have fun trying these drawing tutorials out. Have fun drawing the day away! Let the monster drawing and doodling start now! Great for kids and beginners!



Dynomike: Back To School (Children’s Book on Self Confidence and Positive Affirmations)

by Frankie B. Rabbit

“I want to make friends.
I hope things are cool.”
Dynomike will attend his
first day of school.

But he is so scared,
so nervous he shivers.
He worries, he’s flurried–
first day of school jitters.

From the Dynomike series: It’s the first day of school, and Dynomike hopes it is cool, but inside he’s a nervous wreck. It’s so bad that by the end of the day, he has decided he is not going back. Luckily for him, Dynomom knows just what to do to help him overcome his fears and make friends at school.

Starting something new can be scary for anyone, but with the right tools, it can be fun too! Join Dynomike in Back to School as he learns the secret to making new friends and fitting in anywhere!



The Adventures of Joey Who Would Not Sleep ((Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 2-6) Short Stories for Kids, Kids Books, Bedtime Stories For Kids, Children Books, Picture Books Book 1)

by Denise McCabe

A bedtime story for children
Joey does not like to sleep in his bedroom alone. He will talk and talk all night long, and as a result his mother’s ears are getting bigger from the constant chatter.

One night she tells him she used to be afraid of sleeping alone in her bedroom and she gives him some of her magic dust she used when she was a little girl.

Find out about the adventure after he uses the magic dust that brings him to Alphabet Island where he meets some crazy pirates and a parrot that just don’t like to sleep! 

This is a nice little bedtime story for the early years children that are going through the transition of sleeping in their own bedroom.



Gogo Ndlovu: The Grandmother Elephant

by V.R.K. Ehrenreich

Join the Ndlovu elephant herd in their migration across rural Zululand. As they march toward their ancestral grazing lands on the eastern coast of South Africa, they encounter many adventures and form friendships that will last a lifetime.



Becoming Brave: How Little Buffalo Finds Courage

by Jed Jurchenko

Help your kids be brave and do hard things. This kid’s personal growth book will show you how!

Kid’s Personal Development

This children’s book tells the story of how Little Buffalo finds his courage and learns to be brave by facing a storm. On the other side of the storm are green pastures and a beautiful rainbow. For kids, personal growth can be scary and a lot like charging into a storm. Whether they are moving to a new house, switching schools, making new friends, or dealing with life changes after their parents’ divorce, change can be difficult.

Kid’s Self-Help

This kid’s self-help book begins with the story of Little Buffalo. After the story, parents can help their kids prepare to be brave and tackle hard things by practicing three courageous skills. These include:

  • Easing anxiety by taking big, deep, buffalo-breaths.
  • Using self-talk statements to move forward when things get tough.
  •  Identify and draw strength from their support system.

Kid’s Personal Growth

Help your child get a head start by learning and practicing key, personal growth strategies early on. This book will guide you on the journey!



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