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

GAZER: A Spectral Worlds Story

by Daniel Arthur Smith

A coming of age story of a young girl living on colonial Mars .



How to Draw Harry Potter Step-by-Step Book: Easy Drawing Lessons for Kids to Learn to Draw Harry Potter

by Roy Lichter

So, why learn to draw? Drawing is arguably as important and essential a skill as learning literacy and mathematics. When a child learns to draw, they are encouraged to do two things. The first is to look at the world around them – they begin to understand the connections between color and shape, form and perspective, dimensions and relations.

The second is to look within themselves. Once a child learns how to draw, they are able to express themselves in a unique and fascinating way. Every individual has a very different imagination and a particular creative process, even from a young age – however they need a way to vent this imagination and creativity. Learning to draw is the perfect way to do this.

Moreover, the better your child becomes at a skill like drawing, the more easily they will be able to express themselves. That is why this book is the perfect guide to the techniques needed in the earliest stages of drawing. Not only will it teach them the basics but more importantly they will have fun whilst they are learning.

In no time at all you are sure to see your child’s ability go from strength to strength, which will be an incredibly rewarding process for them but also for you!



Road Blog (HyperLinkz Book 6)

by Robert Elmer

Final books in a series of 6 books.

Who knew getting lost could be so much funâ??or so dangerous?

When the Websters leave Normal, Illinois, for a family holiday, Austin and Ashley get pulled right back into the World Wide Webâ??and this time, Mr. and Mrs. Webster get sucked into the Internet, too! What began as a relaxing getaway turns into a wacky road trip when they set out to find Lost Lake Resort. Soon, the Websters are stumbling through a long lineup of lost links, like LostKitty-dot-com, the Lost Sea Cave, the long-lost Inca city, and a lost round-the-world flight.

Ah, but this is no vacation, any more! Because the kids’ old rival Mattie Blankenskrean and her assistant Mr. Z still want to wipe out truth on the Internet, and a final showdown with the two drags the whole Webster family into real danger. Can the Websters escape Mattie and find their way back to Normalâ?¦ before they’re deleted for good?



Shaniqua is White!

by Michael D. Beckford

Some say that she’s not white, while others say that she tries to act black, well no matter what anyone else says, all that matters is what God says in the end. Shaniqua White is constantly battling it out with her family, friends, and most importantly her identity. Wait until you see what happens next in this fictional confessional of a witty teenage girl gone mad because no one seems to understand her.



Why Do We Celebrate Easter?

by Mark I. Sutherland

The story of Easter is a powerful story, that too many children never hear. Why Do We Celebrate Easter? steps away from the present day celebration of Easter, with its bunnies and candy, and takes children on a journey back before time began–and shows them that God planned Easter a long, long time ago and why Easter is the most powerful holiday of the year.

This updated version now includes a parent’s discussion and scripture guide.



Whirligigs (Prometheus Classics)

by O. Henry

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A collectior of 24 short stories: The World and the Door; The Theory and the Hound; The Hypotheses of Failure; Calloway’s Code; A Matter of Mean Elevation; Girl; Sociology in Serge and Straw; The Ransom of Red Chief; The Marry Month of May; A Technical Error; Suite Homes and Their Romance; The Whirligig of Life; A Sacrifice Hit; The Roads We Take; A Blackjack Bargainer; The Song and the Sergeant; One Dollar’s Worth; A Newspaper Story; Tommy’s Burglar; A Chaparral Christmas Gift; A Little Local Colour; Georgia’s Ruling; Blind Man’s Holiday; and Madame Bo Peep of the Ranches.



Erik and the Dragon (The Dragon’s Champion Book 4)

by Sam Ferguson

Tu’luh the Red has revealed himself and struck the first blow. Though Erik and his friends managed to drive him away, time is running short. The dragon now raises his army in its full strength and is preparing to march upon the Middle Kingdom. With Master Lepkin awakened from his coma, Erik must swiftly resume his training if he is to have any hope of facing the dragon down. All the while, the more Erik learns about the dangers he is challenging, the better he understands that simply defeating Tu’luh is not enough. There is a much greater threat looming on the horizon that threatens to destroy not only the Middle Kingdom, but all of Terramyr. Worse still, Erik learns that joining forces with Tu’luh may be the only way to prevent the end of the world.



The Collection of Santa Claus (Illustrated Edition)

by Louisa May Alcott

The Christmas Collection will accompany you throughout this magical Christmas period. more than 400+ illustrated novels, stories, poems, songs and Christmas legends that will delight both children and adult



The Dragon’s Test (The Dragon’s Champion Book 3)

by Sam Ferguson

The Dragon’s Test is book #3 in The Dragon’s Champion series.

Bearing the scars of defeat, Erik must now race to protect his home from the powerful enemies that have declared war on his family. Outnumbered and outmatched he must hold off the advancing horde until help arrives. To fail would bring the destruction of the Middle Kingdom, and all that he holds dear. Meanwhile, Al must finally deal with his brother Threnton, King of the dwarves of Roegudok Hall, if he is to have any chance to restore the Keeper of Secrets and help Erik survive the impending onslaught. Each night brings with it powerful new foes that flock to the warlock’s army as the tides of darkness sweep through the land, yet few allies stand with Erik and his friends. They will have to find a way to band together if they are to have any chance of keeping the enemy from regaining Nagar’s Secret.



Owls’ Land

by Precarious Yates

The heartwarming tale of a little girl who goes to a magical forest on Christmas Eve. There, she discovers her courage and her favorite things.



Roads of Destiny (Prometheus Classics)

by O. Henry

This Work contains an active table of contents (HTML), which makes reading easier to make it more enjoyable.

A collection of 22 short stories:

Roads of Destiny, The Guardian of the Accolade, The Discounters of Money, The Enchanted Profile, “Next to Reading Matter”, Art and the Bronco, PhÅ?be, A Double-dyed Deceiver, The Passing of Black Eagle, A Retrieved Reformation, Cherchez la Femme, Friends in San Rosario, The Fourth in Salvador, The Emancipation of Billy, The Enchanted Kiss, A Departmental Case, The Renaissance at Charleroi, On Behalf of the Management, Whistling Dick’s Christmas Stocking, The Halberdier of the Little Rheinschloss, Two Renegades & The Lonesome Road



The Call (Cosmic Driftwood: Immortalim Book 1)

by M.A. McDonald

“Cosmic Driftwood” takes the reader on a vast series of adventures through the Nine Realms and the Cosmic Tree Yggdrasil in a new, never-before-presented arrangement, casting woodland creatures driven by the wonder of the Great Unknown.”The Call” is the chronological beginning of the entire series, depicting the origins of the Immortalims.



Flight 308 to Christmas

by Nancy Isaak

Alone in the sky…her pilot incapacitated!

Now, 11-year old Connie MacDonald must somehow fly her way home across the Colorado Rockies in a small Cessna airplane on Christmas Eve.

But a storm is coming…

And who is that old war vet flying up beside her, determined to shepherd her through the wind and the snow, safely back down to earth?

“Flight 308 to Christmas” is a safe book to read this holiday season. For children and adults who believe or disbelieve in Santa, this is a story that will charm you, that will make you smile, that will make you cheer, and for some…perhaps even make you cry a little.

PLEASE NOTE: You can absolutely give or read this book to a child who believes in Santa Claus.



The Winter Witch and the Krampus: A Christmas Tale (Myths of the Middle Lands Book 4)

by J.P. Reedman

A YA fantasy novella, which can be enjoyed by adults as well, loosely based on the folklore of the Alpine regions, where the Krampus, a demonic being, goes amongst girls and boys with his switch, seeking the naughty on one terrifying night. In The Winter Witch and the Krampus, Hildefrith the Witch loses control over the wintry weather when the evil town Mayor sends her a cuckoo clock that contains…a Krampus, who, with his sinister companion Nickor, steals her Book of Spells and began to unravel winter, melting the customary snow and ice. With the aid of the strange silver child known as Argent and the enchanted Erl-King from Everlode in the far North, can Hildefrith restore the town to its peaceful winter state? Or will the snow melt on the mountains and wash the entire town of Joyous Noel into deep Diamond Lake?



Gunna Daydream

by Mark Desmond

Gunna and his canine friend’s discover the greatest adventures of all are found right in their own backyard.
With imagination you can go anywhere, see anything and be anyone.
Daydreaming can take you to faraway places, but what’s an adventure without friends to share it with.
This group of mates soon discover sometimes action speaks louder than words.



The Dawn of a New Eden (5 Books Full Series Bundle)

by Geniuz Gamer

The Dawn of a New Eden (5 Books Full Series Bundle)

Short storyline

Book One: A Rude Awakening

Eden is a young woman who is used to hard work and manual labor, someone who strives to be the best in everything she does. She brings this to her family farm, and her parents have taught her to be a strong, independent woman who doesn’t need a man to take care of her. This works out well, because her parents die early under suspicious circumstances, leading her on a journey to find who was responsible for her parents’ demise.

An Enderman promises to lead her to the ones responsible, if only she would do one favor in return. She must track down and kill a creeper. She will also come up against zombies, spiders, skeletons and even a few snow Golems that will stand in her way, but she will not be alone on this journey, taking on assistance from twin warriors Ron and Sean, who have their own agenda in helping Eden.

Book Two: A Warrior Lost

After the death of her parents, Eden found herself in a life and death struggle with skeletons, and soon had two warriors coming to her aid. Ron and Sean were identical twins, well known in their field of battle and from their conquests of various villages. She felt lucky to have them on her side.

First they have to track down a lady named Thamus, as she was the one who warned the brothers that Eden was in trouble. She is cryptic about what she has to say, passing on a red Emerald that was said to be extinct.

Book Three: A Warrior Found

Their journey takes them to a woman that knows more than she says, but compounds the issue by using riddles to get her point across. Sean is still injured and in need of medical help, and they eventually find themselves in a mob village that is more than welcoming. They soon find out that their compassionate side is not as it seems, as they are drugged and put into a bunker with zombies. If they don’t find a way out, this will be their final resting place, and the end of their journey.

Book Four: Life Goes On

Ron and Eden barely escape the jaws of death from zombies, finding their way back to Sean, and then distracting the mob village, so that they can get away without being noticed. They are not far from the cave where the creeper is found, when they fall through the ice and land into a world of death and spiders. They are pursued by these spiders, and end up in a sort of quicksand, which soon finds its way over their bodies and now they are fighting for the very breath that they breathe.

Book Five: Uneasy Alliances

Eden and her two warriors find themselves back where they began this journey. At first everything looks perfectly normal, and it has been explained to her that she had had a horrible head injury. This doesn’t seem right to Eden, who along with the two brothers had started to see visions that aren’t there. They eventually figure out what is going on and find themselves back in the grasp of the spiders. Once out of that life and death struggle, they now face the leader of the mob village and subsequently the creeper that lies ahead of them.

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The Christmas Stocking

by Sabera Ahsan

A little girl loves Christmas with all her heart, but when she’s not able to celebrate the festive season like everyone else, she’s overcome with sadness and wonders why Santa Claus has forgotten her.

Immerse yourself in this noble story and discover the magic that surrounds us during this beautiful time of the year, and how true Christmas miracles are born in the hearts of those who love us.



Polly and Dragon: A good night story book (best bedtime stories picture’s book ages 2-5)

by Sarah Joule

It is perfect for reading before bedtime as well as for reading for fun. Vivid illustrations of the book are taking your child to the world of colors and funny adventures. It is one of the fascinating stories to read online

A beautiful story with a great message

  • Tells that our life is amazing and full of surprises
  • Teaches your child that often impossible at first sight problems are solved in the simplest, but unusual way
  • Talks about how important it is to be able to sympathize
  • Helps to learn the joy of helping each other
  • Shows us all wonders that come out of kindness

This beautifully illustrated book is a part of a set of interesting stories for kids between 2 and 5 years.

Here is what readers are already saying about this fantastic picture book:

“There is a lot of illustrations of a sweet little dog and of course a cute dragon. It is fascinating for my 1.5-year-old son,” Karen

“This book is a good example of small children stories,” Sam

“I like books that teach empathy. My daughters loved this cute story and the nice illustrations, and want to read it again and again,” Paul

And more

  • The book includes a link to download COLORING PAGES at the end of the book to entertain your child!
  • Purchase a paperback copy and get the Kindle version for FREE!

Do you want to enjoy reading with your kids or to give this book as a gift? Just scroll up to the top of the page and click on the yellow “buy now” button



Being a Blue Angel: Every Kid’s Guide to the Blue Angels

by Mark I. Sutherland

The Blue Angels are amazing! The Blue Angels are cool!

Do you want to be a Blue Angel?

In Being a Blue Angel, you will meet these heroes in Blue, see what they do and how they live, be inspired by them, and learn how you could one day find yourself Being a Blue Angel.



UNDER THE LIGHT OF A FULL MOON: Full Moon Series book one

by D.A. McGrath

Every family has its secrets, but Clara’s family secret is, frankly, unbelievableâ?¦

Clara doesn’t think she’s special, until she starts having terrifying nightmares and hearing voices in the night. Then her great aunt Selina tells Clara something incredible. Clara is a shape-shifter. But with this extraordinary, inherited gift comes a dangerous curse.

Clara thinks Selina is crazy and dismisses her great aunt’s warnings. But no matter how hard she tries, the curse cannot be escaped.

Will Clara accept her fate and learn to control her new powers? Will she overcome the threat caused by the curse, to her friendships, her sanity, and ultimately her life?

â??Under the Light of a Full Moon’ is D.A. McGrath’s first book in the â??Full Moon’ series. Introducing a captivating new hero in a thrilling fantasy adventure.



Dark: A Trilogy

by Dora Benley

Teenager Bianca Winters had no idea what was in store for her in the next few years when she took on a babysitting assignment across the street with Little Katie Shipley. That night her whole life was to change forever as a killer roamed around in the dark upstairs. She had to save the baby while the housekeeper, Mrs. Ingersoll, fell to her death.

In the months that followed the murder, Bianca comes under the wing of her new medical advisor, Doc, who helps her recover from the horrible experience. She falls in love with the young man only to have doubt cast on his motives by circumstances that hint that he himself is the killer. When he goes on the run, she has to still believe in him somehow. How could she love a murderer?

Katie Shipley’s parents move to California and take Bianca with them as her live in babysitter. Bianca thinks that Doc is dead, killed trying to escape from the authorities. But then just as a strange gentleman from England appears and tries to kidnap Little Katie, a young man who reminds her of the one she has lost materializes in her life again. He shows her what has really been going on all these years behind the scenes, why Mrs. Ingersoll was killed, and what the bad guys want with Little Katie. The trilogy ends with the biggest surprise ending of all time.



Toby the Caterpillar: Once Upon a Christmas Plan

by Junia Wonders

Suitable for readers aged 3 and up.

A delightful rhyming tale of giving with a cheerful heart!

Toby the Caterpillar and his friends are caroling around their neighborhood. They receive some money to spend on what they want, but Roberto the Ant has another plan. Will Roberto’s plan help his friends discover what makes Christmas truly grand?

Welcome to the world of Toby the Caterpillar! Combining delightful illustrations in watercolor with fun, amusing rhymes, this book will surely elicit priceless giggles from its young readers. Every page is an enjoyable, colorful, and entertaining journey into Toby’s world of adventures.

This book is ideal for parents and kids who enjoy reading rhyming stories together. It is also ideal for reading to your child, with your child, or for children who like to read on their own.

Toby the Caterpillar: Once Upon a Christmas Plan is:

  • Recommended for children between 3 and 8 years.
  • Values-based: A sweet rhyming story that teaches the value of giving with a cheerful heart.
  • Beautifully drawn with delightful illustrations painted in watercolor.
  • Written in a light-hearted, uplifting way to entertain young children and make them smile.

Purchase a paperback edition of Toby the Caterpillar: Once Upon a Christmas Plan now and get the Kindle edition FREE via Kindle MatchBook.



Step by Step Drawing Lessons For Kids and Beginners: How to Draw Holidays (Creative and Smart kids Book 3)

by Robert B. Grand

Christmas is coming, and with it come all the winter holidays!

Let’s draw some simple holiday illustrations that you can create without any previous experience.
All you need is a pencil, eraser and a piece of paper to get started.
Each drawing diagram shows you how to draw the object step by step.
Don’t worry about making mistakes. Just erase and start over.
Easy and Fun!



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