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Stinky Winky Silly Willy Off-key Donkey: A Fun Rhyming Animal Bed...
by Donald Jacobsen

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English

Pages

25

Publication Date

September 25, 2018

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<b>Are you looking for a fun kids' book that teaches new words and rhymes in a silly and entertaining way? Grab this book and meet Silly Willy, the Off-key Donkey!</b><br /><br /><i>Stinky Winky Silly Willy Off-key Donkey</i> is a delightful and easy-to-read rhyming picture book that follows the antics of an adorable and whimsical donkey. This book is full of colorful illustrations and portrays an entertaining story that will pique the interest of kids around ages two to six.<br /><br />Be sure to read to the back of the book, where you can find out how to grab a totally FREE sample of some of my other books, printable coloring pages, and more!<br /><br /><b>Grab your copy of <i>Stinky Winky Silly Willy Off-key Donkey</i> today and set off on an adventure with your children!<b>
My Snowman, Paul (Snowman Paul Book 1)
by Yossi Lapid

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English

Pages

42

Publication Date

November 01, 2016

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<div><b>A Warm Story of Friendship and Wonderful Adventures! </b><br /><br /><span>Snowman Paul is a charming snowman who loves playing games and going on adventures with friends. In this book, Snowman Paul meets Dan for the first time, and they become best friends in an adventure-filled winter wonderland. </span>This book teaches children the valuable lessons of true friendship and being comfortable with who they are.<br /><span></span></div><div><span></span></div><div><span></span></div><div><span></span><span><br /><span>Fast paced and stunningly illustrated with full-page watercolors, it will delight children and parents alike. It is a great bedtime story, and it is ideal for beginner readers. It makes a beautiful gift, and it will show you how much fun winter can be if you embrace your imagination.</span><div><br /><div><span></span>Ready to experience fantastic fun on cold winter nights or hot summer days? Join Dan and Snowman Paul in their imaginative and whimsical adventures.</div><div><div><div><span></span><br /><b>Scroll up and grab your copy now! </b></div></div></div></div></span></div><div></div><div><div><div><span></span></div></div></div><div><div><b> </b></div><div><b></b></div></div><div></div>
I Don't Want to Eat Bugs (Lisbon's Misadventures Book 1)
by Rachel Branton

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April 05, 2016

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<h2>Bugs are for the birds!</h2><br />Lisbon is hungry and it’s hard to wait for dinner. When her animal friends try to help her find something tasty to eat, the real the problems begin! Join Lisbon on her funny misadventures.<br /><br />Each beautiful illustration is designed to inspire the imaginations of children. An activity page at the end of the book allows for more fun as they search for special items in the illustrations.<br /><br />This version of <i>I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs</i> has been designed specifically for ebook with a fixed layout and larger text for easy reading. While this is a great read-aloud book for parents, teachers, and other adults to share with children, we have chosen fonts that are similar to the way children form letters for easy recognition as they begin to read on their own. The print book is also available in 8.5” x 11” format.<br /><br /><h2>Author’s Note:</h2><br /><i>I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs</i> was written for my daughter, who was two when I wrote this story and didn’t like salad, but now she’s four and a half and loves it—if I give her plenty of salad dressing! (But don’t worry—this isn’t a book about eating salad.) Of course birds, cats, and dogs have a very different idea of what's good to eat, but through this fun adventure, Lisbon learns there is also food meant just for her—and it's good, especially compared with all the offerings from her animal friends.<br /><br />My daughter and I privately call this book the "Ice Cream Story" (she LOVES ice cream so there had to be ice cream involved), and now whenever something funny happens, she says, "We should write a new ice cream story about that."<br /><br />And we have! <i>I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs</i> is the first book in a series called <i>Lisbon’s Misadventures.</i> Book 2, <i>I Don't Want to Have Hot Toes,<i> is now available, and Tim Petersen is hard at work creating the illustrations for the next two books. Tim is obviously a fabulous artist, and I’m excited to be working with him. You can sign up on my website to learn when the next book comes out (http://teylarachelbranton.com/). Thank you and enjoy!</i></i>
Bees Like Flowers: a free childrens book (Mummy Nature 2)
by Rebecca Bielawski

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English

Pages

28

Publication Date

November 19, 2014

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BOOK 2 in the MUMMY NATURE series of children's books. <br /><br />Watch our happy, helpful friend the Honey Bee, always so busy and buzzy and find out why bees and flowers are such good friends. Illustrations using vivid colours include many real flower species which children may recognise from their garden or have seen growing in the wild, 3 of them are named at the end of the book too. The narrator shows us what these fascinating bugs have been getting up to in her garden.<br /><br />What we can learn:<br /><br />concepts:<br /> Simple ideas about the life of a bee<br /> Bees are insects<br /> Some common flowers: Daisy, Poppy, Sunflower<br /><br />new words:<br /> Insect, Pollen, Nectar, Hive, Honeycomb, Blossoms <br /><br />PAGES: 26<br />WORDS: 262<br />LEVEL: Preschool to 6yrs<br /><br />Other books in the series:<br /> Meet Bacteria! <br /> Travelling Seeds<br /><br /><br />MUMMY NATURE series – nurturing children's curiosity<br /><br />Each book in the series is one mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme. These books are intended for very young children including toddlers and will give them just a glimpse into some of the wonders of the natural world. Illustrated for maximum vibrancy and visual impact, using rhyme to engage young minds and encourage participation. Read the rhymes to your children and soon they will be reading them to you!<br /><br />The narrator is a small child and keen observer who tells us in short rhyming phrases everything she thinks we should know, and all about the magical things she sees around her. Sometimes she is camouflaged in the long grass and other times she has to climb a tree to get a better look.<br /><br /><br />tags: free educational books for kindle, kids books, free kids books, books for kids, books for children, free kids books for kindle, childrens books,stories for kids, early reader, kindle unlimited books for kids, bedtime storybook collection, kids stories, bedtime stories for children, free childrens books, children's books, kids ebooks, kids book about animals, elementary, book, kindle book, kindle childrens ebook, kindle unlimited, kindle unlimited books for kids, kindle unlimited books for children, beginning reader, free ebooks, ebooks free, preschool, ages 3-5, ages 6-8, beginner reading, kids stories, children stories, childrens books for kindle free, childrens books ages 4-8, childrens nature books, kids nature, free animal books for kids, free childrens books ages 2-4, free kindle kids books, kindle kids edition, kindle kids bundle, kids series book, kids box set
Sascha Martin's Rocket-Ship: A hilarious sci fi action and advent...
by John Arthur Nichol

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English

Pages

42

Publication Date

July 03, 2016

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The audiobook of Sascha Martin’s Rocket-Ship is free when you download this Kindle book!<br /><br />Eight year old Sascha Martin is always inventing things, so he knows how they work. Mostly. For class news time he brings in a rocket that towers over everyone, including the teacher … but he's written "Don't touch!" on the rocket, so what could possibly go wrong?<br /><br />"The story is 'poetry in motion' for rocket ships! Manuela Pentangelo has visually interpreted John's verse with all the best icons from rocketry and science in the gorgeous illustrations." Samantha Ridgway, scientist, mother, and record-holding Australian rocketeer.<br /><br />This children’s picture book is ideal for kids age 8-10, but readers of all ages, from beginners to preteens to adults, will love this wild, funny, deliciously silly adventure wrapped in verse that rhymes and Manuela Pentangelo’s beautiful full colour artwork. Inside, you’ll find a link to the free audiobook, so if you lose your voice reading Sascha Martin's Rocket-Ship aloud, the audiobook can take over.<br /><br />"Delightful, rhyming story that keeps your fingers turning the pages." E. C. Kraeft, author of White Castle (Book One in her Elf Kingdoms series of children’s books).<br /><br />"I am the mother to an energetic young reader that loves all things books. I am constantly looking for new titles that we can read together and I believe I have struck gold with this one! … I was pleasantly surprised to discover the book rhymed throughout (we love rhymes!) and I must add that they are very well done! This book does a great job at turning an already fun story into one that you can practically sing together (which does wonders with a toddler!!)." Thomai Dion, author of the Think-a-Lot Tots early science readers.<br /><br />Sascha Martin's Rocket-Ship is the first in a fun new series of children’s science fiction action and adventure books, about a kid who knows just enough to be really, really dangerous!<br /><br />Author Q&A<br /><br />Why do you write stories in verse?<br /><br />Well I’m compelled to write them. I don’t decide to write stories in verse. It’s something my mind does in the background. I’ll suddenly realise there’s this rhyming couplet in my mind and that it’s been there for a while, and it’s the start of a story. Then I have to work out the rest of that story, all in verse, and that’s just hard work. But it begins unconsciously. Mind you, I do love rhythm and rhyme and poetry. Kids do, too. There’s a poetry-shaped hole in everyone, as an Australian poet once said, and I think that’s right.<br /><br /><br />What draws you to science fiction?<br /><br />I’ve always loved scifi. It’s what I read as a kid, as a teen, what I read now. Along with mystery and suspense. Scifi sets kids free so their imagination is the only limit. Monsters, aliens, dinosaurs, time travel, travel to the stars, portals to other worlds; you can have all that. With science fiction, kids are free to go anywhere in the universe - in any ‘verse, and it seem there might be lots of universes out there. As many universes as there are kids, at least. It’s a bit like magic. Kids love magic, and there are lots of kids who love sci fi. It’s cool. Sci fi is cool.<br /><br /><br />What’s coming up in the Series?<br /><br />Time Travel next, and lots of kids humor. Book 2 is Sascha Martin’s Time Machine. Sascha invents a machine to take his class back in time, and of course there’s a glitch. There’ll be an interactive version for Kindle. It’s a really exciting project, and the results are pretty funny. But it will only work on Kindle devices - Kindle readers or Fire tablets - because the software’s restricted to Kindle hardware.Other books in the series have bizarre balls, zombies, aliens, dinosaurs, space-ships and portals, a bit of an apocalypse. So much action adventure. But one of the books is really embarrassing, super-embarrassing, so kids will cringe even as they’re laughing. Illustrating books takes time, but there’ll be plenty of free sneak previews along the way so kids can get a glimpse of what's to come.
Uncanny Valley
by C.A. Gray

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English

Pages

385

Publication Date

December 11, 2017

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**Dystopian coming-of-age with superintelligent A.I.**<br /><br />Rebecca Cordeaux knows exactly what her future will hold: she will marry Andy, her crush of the last five years. Once Andy is ready to settle down, she’s sure he will discover that she is his soulmate. After several small parts on stage, Rebecca knows she can become a renowned actress. Her writing also shows promise as a future author. Robots perform most human jobs that can be automated, leaving many free to pursue their personal creative interests. <br /><br />But Rebecca's mother Karen fears the new world of robots, and insists her brilliant daughter join a university research team, studying the hazards of a complete robotic economy. Rebecca's father Quentin was obsessed with the subject to a degree that even her mother considered absurd, prior to his untimely death. So long as she can reserve enough of her time to pursue her true passions on the side, Rebecca half-heartedly agrees to join the research team, if only to please her widowed mother. There she joins a post-doc named Liam, whose conspiracy theories rival even those of her late father. Liam is convinced that world Republic leader William Halpert’s worldwide challenge for researchers to develop synthetic creativity will lead not to the promised utopia, in which every kind of human suffering has been eradicated, but rather to an apocalypse. Rebecca, whose best friend is her own companion bot Madeline, writes Liam off as a bot-hating conspiracy theorist, just like her father was… until she learns that her father’s death might not have been due to mere happenstance.<br /><br />With Liam’s help, Rebecca learns of an underground organization known as The Renegades, where Quentin Cordeaux was considered a legend. While Liam attempts to stop Halpert’s challenge if he can, Rebecca tries to unravel the mystery of what happened to her father. Did he and many of his contemporaries die for something they knew? Who is the mysterious informant who calls himself John Doe, and only seems to want to drive her out of harm’s way? And if Halpert’s challenge is answered, will it usher in a brave new chapter in humanity’s history… or were Quentin Cordeaux’s dire predictions right all along?
FALL Snapping, Clapping Poems for Kids
by Cricket Rohman

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English

Pages

54

Publication Date

August 13, 2015

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Delightful fall poems with colorful illustrations and photos for young children. Great for teachers and parents, too. The poems include the following topics: Fall Colors, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Numbers, Days of the Week, Rhyming and more.
Books for Kids 9-12: I Shrunk My Best Friend! - Book 1 - Ooops!: ...
by , John Zakour

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English

Pages

121

Publication Date

April 17, 2017

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Books for Kids 9-12: I Shrunk My Best Friend! - Book 1 - Ooops!<br />Bella and her best friend, Joe are two very smart kids who spend every spare minute together. One day, they devise a plan, a plan that is going to make them super rich and super famous. It is such a great plan that they’ll be able to skip school and even have their own TV show! What could be better than that? <br /><br />However, this particular plan does not go ahead the way Bella and Joe had hoped, and they quickly find themselves faced with a huge problem; one that they are unable to solve on their own. Then when Bella’s secret crush at school becomes involved, things begin to get very interesting. <br /><br />From start to finish, this is a very funny book that will keep you laughing as well as trying to guess what is going to happen next. <br />A great book for girls and also a great book for boys. In fact, it's a fabulous story for anyone who enjoys funny books. Perfect for kids ages 9-12, this story will keep you entertained from the very beginning!
Perpetual Winter: A coming of age fantasy (A Keeper's War Book 1)
by K T Bowes

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English

Pages

224

Publication Date

May 03, 2018

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<h3>The last hive has fallen.<br /><br />Only one queen remains.<br /><br />Would you give up your life to save a colony which hates you?</h3><br /><br />At sixteen, Estefania discovers her life has been a lie. Her father isn’t a warring king too busy to visit her. Her father never existed. Her island home is a carefully constructed facade to keep her safe from the mysterious Wasp Lord who wants <br />her dead.<br /><br />Estefania is sent to the frightening world of Men. Instead of finding safety as a princess in a royal family, she meets the face of cruelty and becomes the victim of another complicated power play. <br /><br />One man stands between her and death. He’s been with her since childhood, but she doesn’t trust him. She doesn’t even like him. <br /><br />Estefania has a secret, one she must guard with her life. <br /><br />She has a bee nature. <br /><br />She’s seen the hive. <br /><br />She is the last queen.<br /> <br />This is the first book in A Keeper's War trilogy. <br /><h3>Download it today FREE and grab The Bee Queen at its introductory price.</h3>
Me Tawk Funny: Shaggy dog story for kids aged 6 to 11
by Neil McFarlane

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English

Pages

25

Publication Date

February 10, 2015

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<h2>How did Hector's dog start talking?</h2><br />Hector Dumble thinks he's dumb. When his dog Buster starts talking to him, Hector begins to think he's crazy too.<br /><br />Things become even stranger when Hector learns that his teacher Mr Weazel has a secret identity.<br /><br />How will Hector handle having a dog that can talk and a teacher who wants to take over the world?<br /><br />Find out in this shaggy dog story for kids aged 6 to 13.<br /><br /><b>EXCERPT</b><br /><br />As they were taking a short cut across the park, Buster suddenly stopped walking.<br />“Come on, Buster,” said Hector. “Mom's waiting for us.”<br />But Buster just stood there and started making some funny noises. It wasn't really a growl and it wasn't really a bark. It was like a cross between the two. A 'grark'. Then he coughed a bit and gave another grark.<br />Hector looked at him curiously. “Buster, are you OK?”<br />Buster looked at Hector, grarked again, and then he said, “Kay kay.”<br />“Did you just say 'kay kay'?” Hector asked.<br />“Nuh nuh,” said Buster. “Missa me kay kay.”<br />“Huh?” Hector thought that the noises Buster was making were pretty weird.<br />“Missay me ko kay,” said Buster.<br />“Buster, are you trying to talk?” Hector said.<br />Buster cleared his throat again and said, “Me say me OK.”<br />So, thought Hector, all this studying and homework has finally made me go crazy. Now I think my dog can talk. “OK, Buster, let's go home. Mom will be worrying.”<br />“Hokay Hector,” said Buster. Then he gave another grark, as if he were trying to clear his throat. “Me tawk funny.”<br />“You sure do,” said Hector. “Come on.”<br /><br /><b>Free</b><br /><br /><h2>A perfect-length bedtime story - grab a copy today!</h2><br /><br />tags: bedtime story, talking dog, talking animal, short stories for kids, short stories for children, bedtime stories for kids, funny bedtime story, kids ebook, children's ebook, kindle kids book, dog chapter books, animal chapter books

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