Free: If Not You Then Who? We’re Going Green!

If Not You Then Who? We're Going Green!
The Inventor’s Fair is finally here and this year’s theme is Going Green! Noah has been tinkering for weeks but he’s worried…Can one invention make a difference? Join Noah and the rest of the Young Inventor’s Club to learn about the different ways we can all go green and make the world a better place.
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Free: The Chef Who Cooked Up a Catastrophe

The Chef Who Cooked Up a Catastrophe
Welcome to ‘The Grotty Spoon’ – the most disgusting restaurant in the world.

Mr Sprout, the cruel owner and talentless Head Chef, is as cold-hearted as a dead lizard. He’ll do anything to win a Golden Placemat Award. So when Mr Sprout goes looking for a Yumma Yum Bird, the Trainee Chef attempts to make a deadly curry, and Pierre the waiter is left to entertain the Awards Inspector, a recipe for disaster begins to bubble that will undoubtedly end with a gloriously gross BANG!!! (But on the bright side the E-coli Family will have a delightful holiday).

If you enjoyed Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’ or David Walliams’ ‘Mr Stink’, you’ll love The Grotty Spoon. Free on Kindle.
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Free: The Cardinal’s Gift-A True Story of Finding Hope in Grief

The Cardinal's Gift-A True Story of Finding Hope in Grief
Rachel’s Daddy died, and she is having a hard time adjusting. She lost interest in school and playing with her friends and fears she will forget important things about her Daddy. Then, one morning, she receives a visit and a little encouragement from a persistent cardinal.

Join Rachel as she discovers the cardinal’s gift and learns to find hope without forgetting those she loves. Free on Kindle.
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Free: The Fancy Schmancy Lifeguard

The Fancy Schmancy Lifeguard

Buddy really, really wants to be a lifeguard.

There’s only one problem … he’s just a teeny weeny, fluffy puffy toy poodle.

He practices hard every day, because he’s just not the type of toy poodle to give up! But nobody believes he can do the job.

When adventure turns to disaster, can Buddy be the one to save the day?

A story for anyone who dares to dream big. Free on Kindle.
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Don’t Feed the Monster

Don't Feed the Monster

DON’T FEED THE MONSTER
One day Billy Monster to his great surprise,
Found out he’d won the most fabulous prize
An awesome new home to live in and share
With his very own kid to pester and scare!

Excellent For Soothing Fears $3.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Mommy Thinks I’m Yummy

Mommy Thinks I'm Yummy

Mommy Thinks I’m Yummy?

When I was young, still in daycare,
my mom would joke and give me a scare.
She’d ask for a bite because I was sweet,
she thought it was funny to nibble my feet.
Even my tushy, but I said she could not,
I need it to sit, I need it quite a lot.
So, I decided I’d make things very clear,
I wrote a book about it – it’s right here! Free on Kindle.
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A Kind Friendship

Two best friends do their best to find a solution to the unexpected move. Through an intelligent and gentle conversation, Amalia and Molly discuss their feelings and overcome their sadness. The art is engaging and the story provides a wholesome lesson readers will enjoy. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Scaredy Bat and the Haunted Movie Set

Scaredy Bat and the Haunted Movie Set
Solving crime, one fear at a time. Twelve-year-old Ellie “Scaredy Bat” Spark would give her fangs to prove herself and become a real detective. So when she learns of a haunted movie set, she jumps at the chance to solve the puzzle. Join Ellie and her team as they seek to uncover the spooky truth today! Free on Kindle.
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Free: The Three Little Monsters and the Cranky King

The Three Little Monsters and the Cranky King
A lonely monster king watches over his land of monsters from a castle high atop a bumpy hill. The little monsters in his kingdom are warned to stay away from him because their parents think he looks too scary. But when three little monsters stray too far from home, they unexpectedly find themselves face-to-face with the king. What they find is a very lonely king, who is really not mean at all. Free on Kindle.
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Free: Chicks Don’t Eat Candy

Chicks Don't Eat Candy
Do chicks like sweets? No! They like worms much better. Learn what taste buds are and about all the different flavors. Enjoy hearing kids shout out answers to silly questions like “Can kids taste candy?” Silly science for ages 0-5 and emerging readers up to 1st or 2nd grade.
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The Girl Who Vanquished the Dragon

The Girl Who Vanquished the Dragon
Question: what animal would you turn into if you drank Mr Fitz’s Fabulous Formula? Most of the inhabitants of the English village of Sandwich found out. Now they all had a tail and hooves and furry bottoms, so it was all down to Penny and Earl to vanquish the dragon.

If Roald Dahl’s classic, ‘George’s Marvelous Medicine’, was swallowed by a dragon, it would read like this book! $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Moon Puppets

Moon Puppets

Flora wants to cast shadows on the moon by using light from the sun. But can she reach high enough to see her dreams come true? Flora will have to combine her imagination and determination to create the most fantastic shadow puppet show the world has ever seen! Free on Kindle.
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Free: The Meanest Ugliest Duckling

The Meanest Ugliest Duckling
Pricilla, Galahad and Arabella are enjoying a beautiful morning.
Then Barb shows up.
STOMP! STOMP! STOMP!
CHOMP! CHOMP! CHOMP!
Will Barb make any friends?
Charming watercolor illustrations complete this hilarious picture book. (ages 3-5) Free on Kindle.
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Free: Ruby the Rainbow Witch

Her world is full of scrumptious sweets. Can she make it even yummier by meeting new pals? Young witch Ruby loves making new friends. So she goes out for a walk in her candy-filled neighborhood. And when she meets friendly friends who gives her a compliment, she happily uses her swirly-whirly wand to make their day!

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Free: The Little Unicorn Adventures: Meaningful Bedtime Stories for Children

The Little Unicorn Adventures: Meaningful Bedtime Stories for Children
Storytelling for children creates an emotional connection between the child and the parents, and in addition to helping them sleep, it will strengthen the creative aspects in them from an early age.

The Little Unicorn Adventures is based on independent chapters, and each chapter is written for a specific purpose and teaches children an important moral lesson in life. Your child can understand how to make a good friendship and why this is essential for life. Also, they can understand what teamwork is and its importance of it. Free on Kindle.
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Free: Kindness Is

Kindness Is
Follow ZaZa on her journey across the world as she discovers what kindness means.Set against a multicultural setting, this picture book will expose your child to new words, experiences, cultures and foods. ZaZa awaits you! Free on Kindle.
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The Light Within

The Light Within
This book is uplifting and teaches children that everyone has something special inside of them.

Join our main character in their journey of learning what it means to have a light inside of you. Everyone is unique in their own ways, but we can all shine brightly. It’s a positive message that encourages children to get to know themselves and look deeper inside.

Just like our main character, kids will love to be able to say, “My light shines bright from deep within.” It’s there when no one sees it, and you just need to believe in yourself. Oftentimes, the “only way to see my light is if I look inside”, just like it is mentioned in the book.

The main character’s journey is an affirming one of self-discovery that parents and kids will enjoy reading together. $3.99 on Kindle
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Where Hands Go

Where Hands Go

Where Hands Go a beautiful new book written by Krystaelynne Sanders Diggs. This easy-to-read, colorfully illustrated book aims to help children understand the importance of consent and when it is not ok to be touched. The book features a diverse group of characters and colorful, creative artwork to educate and entertain children about the importance of safety.

You’ll find this book is a beautiful read for parents, teachers, therapists, and guardians who want to discuss this critical topic with younger children. It’s an excellent introduction for kids to recognize when touch can be harmful and how to talk about it with confidence and understanding. The author does a great job explaining the importance of body autonomy to kids in an articulate and age-appropriate way.

You’ll find this opportunity to communicate with your kids about a serious subject great support. The book is written in a delicate but straightforward manner so that everyone will enjoy the message and importance of its theme. It’s a great read to recommend for anyone who has children or works with them regularly, Where Hands Go is an essential read for children and their families. $4.99 on Kindle.
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Berns McGoo, Food Detective

Berns McGoo, Food Detective

Berns McGoo, Food Detective is about a dog named Berns and her dog brother named Gus that team up to solve food crimes. They are told of a missing taco truck in New Orleans and work hard to find it in order to save Cinco de Mayo. $6.99 on Kindle.
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Free: The Happiness Day

The Happiness Day
The Happiness Day is a beautiful story of small curious Baby Starfish who wants to visit a colorful reef where the Day of Happiness was celebrated every year. Baby Starfish will not be alone in this journey as he has many friends! Every page has a new hero to learn and discuss. Free on Kindle.
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Stevie Tenderheart My Favorite Place to Be (A Bedtime Story)

Stevie Tenderheart My Favorite Place to Be (A Bedtime Story)
Delightful stories within stories of gladness and adventure abound in this sweetly crafted and splendidly illustrated storybook about a little boy who loves his bed SO much; he wishes he could take it everywhere he goes. $1.99 on Kindle.
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The Pirate Princess and the Golden Locket

The Pirate Princess and the Golden Locket
The first thrilling tale of adventure, friendship, and discovery in the Pirate Princess series.

The Pirate Princess and the Golden Locket is an exciting adventure story for 6-11-year-old children. Meet Lotty the brave young orphan whose life is about to change forever! When on her twelfth birthday, Lotty is unexpectantly cast out from the Sevenoaks Home for Children, she befriends a cheeky little dog called Mr. Jacks. Her life soon becomes an exciting adventure as together they encounter lazy pirates, hidden treasure, and uncover the mystery of Lotty’s golden locket! The Pirate Princess and the Golden Locket is a story full of loveable characters, swashbuckling adventures, and ruthless pirates!

A wonderful book that teaches children about the importance of friendship, resilience, and believing in yourself.

***** I loved the main character Lotty who is both smart and courageous!
***** A charming and exciting middle-grade adventure story.
***** A story full of twists, mishaps, and mayhem. I can’t wait to read the second book.
2019 Bronze Medal winner in children’s literature, Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards.
2020 Finalist in the Book Excellence Awards. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Mommy Thinks I’m Yummy

Mommy Thinks I'm Yummy
When I was young, still in daycare,
my mom would joke and give me a scare.
She’d ask for a bite because I was sweet,
she thought it was funny to nibble my feet.
Even my tushy, but I said she could not,
I need it to sit, I need it quite a lot.
So, I decided I’d make things very clear,
I wrote a book about it – it’s right here! Free on Kindle.

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Free: Good Day or Bad Day – I Love You Anyway

Good Day or Bad Day – I Love You Anyway
FREE Book for Valentine’s Day – I Love You Anyway!

The poor little thing, woke up very upset, thinking: “how much worse can it get?”
But mom was in a hurry and made it clear: “We have to go now, there’s no time, my dear.” Free on Kindle.

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Free: How to Sleep with Cowardly Sheep

How to Sleep with Cowardly Sheep
Counting Sheep To Go To Sleep

That night, the little monster couldn’t sleep,
too many thoughts – took him with a sweep.
The room was dark, he was all alone,
it wasn’t much fun to be on his own. Free on Kindle.

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