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Maya & Filippo Show Aloha: Free Books for Kids Ages 4-8 (Maya & F...
by Alinka Rutkowska

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Language

English

Pages

36

Publication Date

March 07, 2015

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<h2>Take Your Children on an Adventure!</h2><h3><i>"An engaging book to entertain and educate young readers about the Hawaiian lifestyle and culture." - 5 stars from Readers' Favorite</i></h3><p>This entertaining and educational picture book features two little travelers - Maya and Filippo - who love to explore the world. </p><h3>˃˃˃ Would you like your children to learn about different countries and cultures in a fun way?</h3><p>Then the "Maya & Filippo Adventure and Education for Kids" Series will be perfect for you and your early readers.</p><h3>˃˃˃ Would you like your children to understand the meaning of "aloha", "hula", "lei" and "ukulele"? </h3><p>Then let Maya & Filippo show them around Hawaii and tell them about the islands' culture and geography.</p><h3>˃˃˃ Would you like to check if your beginner readers are paying attention? </h3><p>Then use the quiz at the end of the book!</p><h2><u>Scroll up and grab your copy now!</u></h2>
The Little Blue Digger and the Strongest Truck - A Mighty Constru...
by Harriet Tuppen

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Language

English

Pages

32

Publication Date

November 20, 2016

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<em>“My name’s Heavy Black. I’m here to flatten the road,” boomed the new arrival. “By the way, I’m the strongest truck in Builders Town.” </em><br /><br />But Strong Green doesn’t agree. Isn't she the strongest truck in Builders Town?! And so a feud starts between the strong bulldozer and the heavy steamroller. But the other team members soon get tired of listening to the arguing and Little Blue hatches a plan to teach the boastful pair a lesson. Young readers and their parents will enjoy the comical results as the plan unfolds and the two bickering trucks are finally taught to appreciate each other’s differing strengths! <br /><br /><em>The Little Blue Digger</em> books are a series of beautifully illustrated construction site stories for 2 – 5 year olds. They will be loved by young fans of construction site vehicles, who enjoy watching different diggers and trucks at work!<br /><br />Readers will get to know <em>Little Blue</em> (a very little excavator), <em>Big Yellow</em> (a slightly stern backhoe), <em>Strong Green</em> (a hard-working bulldozer), <em>Tall Orange</em> (a wobbly crane) and <em>Wide Red</em> (a slightly vain dump truck).<br /><br />Fun and entertaining stories for children and parents to enjoy together, <em>The Little Blue Digger</em> books also carry gentle and important messages of friendship, inclusion and acceptance of differences. They are perfect for reading aloud at bedtime!<br /><br /><h3>Illustrations</h3><br />The characters in <em>The Little Blue Digger</em> series are brought to life by illustrator, Branislav Gapic, who gives each of the vehicles its own charming personality. Branislav starts by drawing and colouring the pictures by hand and then he filters them in Photoshop to achieve a unique, child-friendly style.<br /><br />Intended for young readers, the pictures are simple and colourful, but they also contain additional fun details that will amuse young children and encourage discussion. See if you can spot the grumpy traffic cone that just had a rock bounce off his head in <em>The Little Blue Digger</em>, the hydrant who is so cold he can only spurt ice cubes in <em>The Little Blue Digger and the Christmas Tree</em> and the antics of the mud-loving pigs in <em>The Little Blue Digger and the Very Muddy Day</em>!<br /><br /><h3>About The Author</h3><br />Harriet Tuppen recently left her corporate role to work from home and spend more time with her three children. Having a little more time on her hands (though not nearly as much as she'd expected!), she thought it would be fun and meaningful to write a book for her littlest one's 3rd birthday. What does little Oliver like...? Diggers...check! Anything blue...check! And so <em>The Little Blue Digger</em> series was conceived.<br /><br />Harriet really hopes that you enjoy reading <em>The Little Blue Digger</em> stories with your young reader(s) as much as she enjoys reading them with Oliver and his sisters!<br /><br /><b>Scroll up to get your copy of <em>The Little Blue Digger and the Strongest Truck</em>!</b><br />
Through the Milky Way on a PB&J: A Space Book for Kids
by James McDonald

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Language

English

Pages

50

Publication Date

December 27, 2013

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Across the solar system and on to the Milky Way!<br /><br />School’s out for the summer and Sami and Thomas have big plans. They’ve built a spaceship in their tree house and are going to blast off for a tour of the solar system, but one of the planets holds a special surprise. Vibrant images and flowing verse bring this imaginative story to life. Space lovers and adventurers of all ages are sure to love this cosmic journey.
Trains for Kids: A Children's Picture Book About Trains - Learn A...
by Jacob Smith

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Language

English

Pages

27

Publication Date

November 16, 2013

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Children's author Jacob Smith presents: "Trains for Kids: A Children's Picture Book About Trains - Learn About Steam Trains, Passenger Trains, Bullet Trains, Freight Trains & Much More!". This informative kids book includes great pictures & well chosen words to help children learn more about Trains.<br /><br />Aside from the amazing pictures Mr Smith presents in his Trains for Kids Book, he also covers some fun facts about the history of trains, the different types of trains, such as steam locomotives, high speed rail trains, trams and much more. <br /><br />The pictures within this book are accompanied by small bits of easy to understand text while making it an exciting read about Trains. Therefore, this Trains for Kids book is a great educational book for children ages 7 years and older (or for parents that want to read this book with their children). <br /><br />Currently set at a wonderfully low promotional price, this "Trains for Kids book" can be easily downloaded from the Amazon Kindle Store by any young readers that love to read on their own, as well as by parents who will read to younger children that are still learning to read.<br />
Hey Kids! Let's Visit A Cruise Ship: Fun Facts and Amazing Discov...
by Teresa Mills

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Language

English

Pages

62

Publication Date

February 24, 2015

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Fun and Exciting Facts about a Cruise Ship - great photos!<br /><br />Hey Kids! Do you know...<br /><br />•How a Cruise Ship Floats?<br />•What does the Cruise Ship Captain do?<br />•Just how big is a cruise ship actually is?<br />•Where does the cruise ship crew live?<br />•Where does the poop go?<br />•How much food is served on a cruise ship?<br />•What are the cruise ship games on board?<br /><br />We will discover the answers to all of these questions as we virtually visit a cruise ship! Full of colorful cruise ship photos, this cruise ship book for kids explores the ship's operation and all of the fun things for kids to do on a cruise ship! Join us on this cruise ship vacations tour! <br /><br />Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids! Let's Visit Series of children's books With this edition to the series, she brings alive the behind the scenes fun of cruise ship travel! <br /><br />Scroll back to the top and visit a cruise ship with us!<br /><br /><br />AFTER YOUR PURCHASE PLEASE LOOK UP OUR OTHER TITLES YOU MIGHT LIKE:<br /><br /><br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit Washington DC<br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit New York City<br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit London England<br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit San Francisco <br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit Savannah Georgia<br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit Paris France<br />Hey Kids! Let's Visit Charleston South Carolina <br /><br />
Medieval Diggers and Dump Trucks
by Riley Weber

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Language

English

Pages

33

Publication Date

June 24, 2012

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King Kind and trusty Super Servant Stevie embark on a journey to build a moat around his castle to protect it from intruders and large rodents. To complete this challenging task, King Kind invents and builds an excavator and a dump truck with help from Super Servant Stevie. Those who live in the castle find the new excavator and dump truck rather amusing, and after a feast to celebrate the diggers, King Kind digs his moat. <br /><br /><b><i>Kids who love diggers, construction trucks and castles will love this story of King Kind and Super Servant Stevie.</i></b><br /><b><i></em></i></b><br />The people in King Kind's kingdom are enthralled at the building of the excavator. They have never seen anything like the mighty machine that the king is building. The army thinks the excavator will be be used for battle. The peasants believe the excavator is a large rodant that will destroy their crops. Super Servant Stevie despells those fears and informs the people of the kingdom that the excavator will dig dirt to build the moat. <br /><br />While at the feast, the castle dancers make up a special digger dance to celebrate the completion of the excavator. The castle band, 'The Excavators' make up a song called "Dig Dig Digger". The castle chef makes a special dirt colored casserole. And to top off the feast, the bake bakes a dump truck cake for all to enjoy. <br /><br /><i>Enjoy "Medieval Diggers and Dump Trucks" and share it with others.</i>
The Blue Angels Aerobatics Maneuvers for Kids!: Quick Reference G...
by Eric Z

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Language

English

Pages

28

Publication Date

August 20, 2016

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<h2>The Blue Angels for Kids - Aerobatics Maneuvers Quick Reference Guide.</h2><br />This handy little guide explains some of the Blue Angels maneuvers with razor sharp diagrams and EASY to understand English.<br /><b><i>Great for Kids!</i></b><br /><h2>Scroll up and Grab a Copy Today!</h2><br /><i><b>Looks great on iPads and Android devices.</b></i><br />OBLITERATE THE LEADERSHIP GAP!<br /><b>Get your kids into reading the right way.</b><br />The KidsBooks are dedicated to introducing your kids to GREAT CONTENT.<br /><b>You don't have to "force" your child to read: LET YOUR KID decide!</b><br /><i>With awesome books your kid will want to read.</i><br />Visit <b>TheKidsBooks.Blogspot.com</b> for more awesome examples.<br />The author has personally taught his 5 year old son and other children to read with these books.<br />Some say they are too technical, I say NEVER UNDERESTIMATE your child!<br /><b>Introducing your child to reading at a very young age is the BEST way to equip him for the future and give him the DECISIVE ADVANTAGE.</b>
Benny the Biplane
by Fritz Carmichael

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Language

English

Pages

8

Publication Date

March 11, 2016

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From the back cover:<br /><br />Benny the Biplane loved to fly! He flew pilots everywhere during the war. But then Benny lost his job. Now he sits in a field with other jobless planes. Benny hopes he can find a new job and get to fly once again.<br /> <br />From the publisher:<br /><br />BENNY THE BIPLANE is a beginning reader for children ages 4-8 with decidedly educational and historical leanings. The text is that of a traditional children's picture book for very young readers, and it weighs in at just 308 words in 24 pages. It uses repetition of siimple time elements and clauses, mostly monosyllabic words (monosyllabic being one of the most ironic words in the English language), and syntactically is short and easy to read. It covers concepts such as jobs, joblessness, sadness, hope, and success, with both a resolution and an ending that reinforce the concept that even when the outlook appears dim, the future may hold better opportunities than the one that was lost. <br /><br />It is unlike other children's books because It incorporates historical photographs of actual biplanes, including a list of illustrations in the back matter that indicates the model of biplane (and some other planes as well), approximate shooting date, and location (if available) for each photograph. This additional detail widens the age range of the book's audience, provides additional information for those readers who are interested, and creates additional learning and discussion opportunities for children, their parents, librarians, and educators.<br /><br />For flying nuts (we're not sure that's the correct term, but we're running with it anyway), the photographs may bring back memories of the rich heritage of biplanes in the United States and Europe. For young readers, and even their parents, the initial reaction may be, "Where are the colors?" But please give it a chance. It's a great story, and was written before planning the interior illustrations. That is to say, the illustrations did not drive the story—the other way around. Unfortunately, though some color illustrations could be used, that would detract from the style and consistency of the work. Other books in the series will incorporate color illustrations depending on the subject matter and appropriate style considerations. <br /><br />From an educational standpoint, the book provides excellent reading practice for children who are still mastering the fundamentals of simple sentence structure and common word forms. It may be appealing to young boys who have only a modest interest in books and reading, though we have found that little girls love the book as much or more than boys do. Children as young as three years old have enjoyed having BENNY THE BIPLANE read to them. <br /><br />As a picture book, it's relatively short, so it's a great, easy read on those nights when a longer book won't quite fit the bill. We hope you love it!<br /><br />Feel free to leave a review and share your feedback so that we may incorporate your ideas into future volumes in the Benny the Biplane series.
Barry the Breakdown and the Tractor
by Alan Wichall

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Language

English

Pages

14

Publication Date

August 18, 2015

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Young reader story about the adventures of a Breakdown truck called Barry.<br />

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