Free Kindle books for children and young adults for 26 Oct 18

Sugarplums and Shooting Stars

by Lindsay DeRollo

Emma really wants to become a ballerina, but she can’t afford to take ballet lessons. One day, however, a surprise comes in the mail. Emma soon learns about the importance of patience, hard work, and reaching for the stars.

The Ghost Files 2

by Apryl Baker

At seventeen years old, Mattie Hathaway has survived her mother attempting to kill her, multiple foster homes, and a serial killer. Oh, and she sees ghosts on a regular basis too. You’d think Fate would give her a break right? Ummâ?¦nope, not Mattie.

Dan Richards is the only person in the entire world Mattie trusts, but then the boy goes and breaks her heart. Mattie does what she does best, she runs and lands herself slap in the middle of a haunted house full of ghosts turned vengeful that want Mattie to join their ranks.

Only bright spot on all this? Eli Malone – the gorgeous boy with the beautiful aqua eyes that makes her feel things she’s never even imagined before. She’s not sure what to do with him, especially when Dan shows up glowering at him.

She’ll figure Eli out if she can survive the house. The ghosts are bound and determined to kill her so she’ll be one of them. Now if she can just figure out how to survive them and the demon stalking her, she might be able to decide what to do about her feelings for Dan and Eli.

That is if she can survive the night in the house.

Trouble At Tilted Towers: A Taylor Kelsey Fortnite Mystery (Taylor Kelsey Fortnite Mystery Series Book 1)

by AJ Diaz

Trouble is brewing at Fortnite Island’s popular tinsel town — Tilted Towers.

The year is 1957 and it’s an exciting year. But beware of dropping into Tilted. You may not come out alive.

A group of guerilla fighters have launched a campaign to take over the city, the police chief is corrupt, and it’s up to sixteen-year-old detective TAYLOR KELSEY and her friends to stop the bad guys and save the city.

Trouble is, it’s Taylor’s first big case.
Will she be smart enough or tough enough to handle it?
Will she and her friends save the city?

Or will Tilted Towers fall, changing the entire island forever?

Poesía para treinta días: Poemas para endulzar los días (Spanish Edition)

by Linda Astwood

Esta obra es un regalo. Espero que alguna de estas ligeras poesías les transmita alguna emoción perdurable.

ABC Time – Happy Time!

by Ninah Phil

ABC Time – Happy Time! is a book that will enable your kid(s) to see the beauty of learning in a different way. How? This book has many colorful fruits that kids love. Not only that, it has other objects kids like to identify with when they play. After each learning, your kid(s) will be able to identify the different names of fruits and other objects included in it. Enjoy!

The Boy Who Cried Ghost: A Ghost Town Mystery

by Richard Clark

Who knew living in a haunted house would be so cool!

Nine-year-old Peter Dunlap doesn’t particularly like his family’s new house. Sure, his room’s big enough, and he doesn’t have to share a bathroom with his older sister… but he just can’t shake the feeling that the previous owner hasn’t moved out yet! But, being a fan of horror comic books, Peter actually starts to think it’s cool living in a haunted house. Not only that, the ghost actually starts to like Peter! But… does it like Peter too much? So much that it wants to keep him trapped in the house… forever?!

If you like Goosebumps or a light take on Tales from the Crypt, you’ll love The Boy Who Cried Ghost! From the writer of My Best Friend Is a Secret Agent, this middle grade chapter book is a scary-fun mystery full of chills and thrills for any reader – children, tweens, teens… and beyond! This funny haunted house horror story is the first in the Ghost Town Mystery series, so if you like it, there’s more to come!

(Don’t forget to look for the surprise after Chapter 1!)

The Wolf Lord: Book One of the Wolf Lord Saga

by Robert A. Fee

Garwyn is enjoying the Fall Festival with his friends at the lake when a horn sounds, signaling an impending attack! Jair agrees to get the children back to the village while Gar goes after Leeandra. She is in the nearby ruins gathering herbs for her mother. Finding her, they look for a place to hide while fighting off wolves. Raiders close in on their hiding place just as symbols on the floor and walls begin to glow. Magic erupts and they find themselves elsewhere. Jair joins them a little later and the three youths are given amazing gifts. The next morning they return as the chosen ones of the goddess. The battle between light and darkness begins!

A World Of Rhymes: Enter a magical world of fun, adventure and silliness

by Nicholas Tyler

“Dr Seuss meets Tim Burton in this bizarre yet charming mash up” Richard Print – Authors Worldside

Enter the amazing world of rhyme that is sure to be a huge hit with children of all ages.
Visit the demon dentist, or hear about Headless Ted as Nicholas Tyler takes you on a crazy adventure into the world of a mad man.

This book is crazy, silly, stupid, funny, sad, bizarre and unbelievable all at the same time! What more could a child wish to read?

The Adventures of T. Treevus Bunks and Ant Mel O. Dee: Found in a Trunk

by Jessica Pruett

Mel O. Dee is a hardworking ant with big dreams, big ambition and little to no friendships until one day she meets a special one-of-a-kind creature in the woods who was seemingly abandoned by his family. Join Mel O. Dee and Treevus as they discover their special abilities, what true friendship and unconditional love are all about and that there is no dream too big or too small to be achieved!

Polos Opuestos (Spanish Edition)

by Juan Miguel Fernández Candela

Elm y Arlet, son novios desde hace un mes, están enamorados y se quieren mucho, aunque son polos opuestos, el, es el polo negativo y ella, el polo positivo, ¿cómo se desarrollará, está relación, entre dos personas, que son totalmente diferentes?

Alphabet All-Stars Spooktacular: 7 Spooky Halloween Stories for Children 8 and Up

by Scott Gordon

Halloween has arrived, and with it, seven spooky stories that will send your heart racing, including:

1. Take One
2. Check Your Candy
3. Bring a Flashlight
4. Every Piece Counts
5. Skunked (NEW!)
6. Use Your Heads
7. Black as Night (NEW!)

Approximately 14,600 words. For children ages 8 and up. Descriptions of my other popular children’s books are included after the main feature (an additional 5 pages).

BONUS: Scaredy Monster (an additional 2,300 words) is also included in this spine-tingling volume.

IT’S ALIVE! This is a living document. Every few months, new stories will be added to this ever-growing collection. Check back often, for more ghastly surprises may creep up on you when you least expect it.

FOR PREVIOUS BUYERS: Delete the old version from your Kindle and download a new copy. The new stories (Skunked and Black as Night) will magically appear before your eyes…

You can tell that you have the latest version by visiting the copyright page, which should read: First Edition (v1.11).

This is the Book (Bite-Size Books for Beginning Readers 1)

by Bernice Seward

When a crook steals the royal cookbook, the cook must try to rescue it before the book is lost forever.

In this humorous cumulative story, each four-line stanza begins with one line and builds to four lines. Especially designed for beginning or struggling readers, this rhyming story focuses on the -ook word family and aids in learning through repetition, predictable text, and engaging enrichment activities.

This is the Book is the first book in the Bite-Size Books for Beginning Readers series. Bite-Size Books for Beginning Readers contain simple stories with carefully selected text, along with enrichment sections at the end. This helps beginning or struggling readers to successfully read an entire story and engage in reinforcement activities during a limited time frame.
Additional educational resources corresponding to this book are available at

“Five stars! It is an adorable book for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries, and parents can also use it to teach children rhyming words and how to make simple and short sentences. . . . The author’s creativity is evident in the narration and will encourage readers to make short and simple sentences as in the story.” –Mamta Madhavan, Readers’ Favorite

Seeking String (Fitzgerald Book 1)

by Dee Chapman Plucinski

Growing up is always tough, but growing up while your world is falling apart gets…complicated. New challenges and new responsibilities are causing Fitz to work more and play less, and he doesn’t think he’s ready for everything that is suddenly expected of him. He has lost his best friend, his father is very sick, the Colony needs water, and the rattlesnakes are causing problems along the path below the front porch. How is he supposed to handle the City Rats who continue to trespass on their property? What is wrong with his little friend Peter, and how can he possibly find the courage to talk to the pretty girl who lives on the third floor?

By day, Fitz does his best to tend to the needs of his Colony and care for his friends and family, but at night he dreams of the treasure hidden somewhere in the abandoned mansion his Colony calls home.

Based on a true setting…High in the Rocky Mountains, this house actually exists. The rats, the rattlesnakes, the well, the treasure, the broken mirror in the driveway… they’re all really there. What happened in this abandoned mountain home in the decads humans forgot it even existed? Luckily, Fitz, a masterful storyteller, wrote it all down. Can he find the treasure, get his best friend back, and secure a reliable source of water for his Colony before time runs out? Sure he can, he only needs a few feet of string…

Join Fitz, Grip, Camden, Kaleb and a host of other delightful characters on this rollicking, laugh-out-loud adventure filled with mystery, intrigue, vicious predators and the uncomfortable realities of the early teen years. Our heroes deal with voice-cracks and bodily insecurities while displaying selfless courage, brilliant problem-solving skills, and dogged perseverance in the face of insurmountable odds.

“Courage is NOT the absence of fear, but rather the assessment that something else is more important than fear.” Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Doing the right thing is not the same as doing the easy thing, but learning the difference, learning to choose correctly and learning to follow through regardless of the consequences, is part of what causes a person to leave childhood behind and become an adult capable of leading a colony through their hardest, darkest days.

Seeking String is surprisingly complex and well thought out, yet enjoyable for ALL AGES. A fun, easy read that will leave you thinking about the well developed, memorable characters long after you’ve finished the book.

A Dandelion Girl: A Hero At The Beach

by Christopher Jude

When Alex’s father takes her to their favorite beach she brings a dandelion to make a special wish, but upon arrival she notices another little girl who might need a wish much more than she does..
A Dandelion Girl: Hero At The Beach is a delightful summer time book about sharing that is perfect for Fathers Day, the Fourth of July, or for anyone who just loves the beach. So if you are dreaming of a place where the sand is white and the water is blue you will love our children’s story about unselfish choices.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Perfect book for fans of Fancy Nancy, Eloise and Olivia.

A Dance at Gloaming

by Dustee Shane

Shed Wellin knows his family’s history. At least, he thinks he does. The Wellin family has journals spanning 250 years, but somehow, they managed to fail to document some pretty important things. Shad has been given tremendous gifts that take his Family Dance (martial art) to a whole new level. As he learns to use those gifts, it becomes clear he was given those gifts to serve all of mankind.

Bethany is a Paladin prodigy. Her gifts have made her a paladin, warrior, healer and leader. Will those gifts be enough when all of Adlai needs her to step up?

Al is unique among dwarven nobility. He gets along well with humans for one thing. He has also created a magical axe with a unique personality, which is not unheard of, but has become uncommon. When his clan needs an ambassador to the Human kingdom, Al seems the perfect choice.

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