Telescope Jim (The Mutiny Papers Book 1) by J. S. Lome: When secret buccaneer, Longfellow Jim, includes a misfit teen in his conning scheme, sixteen-year old “Miles” is unintentionally involved in a plot of stealing treasure. Miles, who has been exiled to the South Seas for bad behavior, is quickly mistaken for a notorious pirate and is forced to join the buccaneer in his treasure-stealing scheme.
Pud: The Wannabe Cat by Brian Murphy & Keith Blake: Curiosity didn’t kill this cat but it did use up a few of his nine lives. Meet Pud, the cool Aussie cat, whose wannabe attitude gets him into all sorts of trouble. Follow his adventures as he struggles to find himself and his home at the same time.
Chipper Makes Merry by Kimber Fox Morgan & Kim Sponaugle: Tip toe, tip toe, crackle, crunch! Chipper the Fox sneaks through the forest to spread cheer to his weary friends. Will his merrymaking be a success? Or will a smelly fish disaster and a log pile tumble ruin his plans? This winter-based, arctic adventure of Chipper’s love and determination will remind kids of all ages that kindness always wins!
Devourer of Skies (Devourers Book 1) by J. S. Lome: Thad Bartok studies monsters in his free time, but when schools are shut down, he learns his worst nightmares are true — real live monsters are appearing in his town. In a quest to save his loved ones, Thad joins classmates Kales and Beechwood aboard a monster-hunting vessel, along with a crazy captain, a renegade pirate, and a magical water hound.
The Three Little Monsters and the Cranky King by Teydon Rae: Three little monsters are warned to stay away from their scary king, but when they unexpectedly meet him face-to-face, they find a kind and lonely king who just wants to be their friend.
Year-Round Preschool by Brian Smart: Looking for a fun entertaining book for your kid? Year-Round Preschool is the ideal solution for you! Develop memory and concentration of your kid along with creativity and imagination. Your Kid will get to know what preschool is all about, learn about holidays and the seasons of the year, weather, different kinds of special kindergarten activities, and much more!
Where Is My Little Unicorn? Bilingual Children’s Book in English & Japanese by Ingo Blum: Lily, the little unicorn, is missing. Is she walking over a rainbow? Is she with a wizard or talking to a fairy? Let’s find her! You can spot her on some pages in this funny seek-and-find book. Kids will learn different places, objects, and simple questions and answers. For all children ages 2+ learning English or Japanese as a second language.
Linnie McGhee’s Amazing (But Not Quite Awesome) What If’s by Janice Reynolds: Linnie McGhee is an adventurous 7-year-old kid who has an awesome imagination. He loves spending lots of time thinking deep thoughts and dreaming big dreams. His deep thoughts, his big dreams—these he calls “What Ifs.” Linnie’s imagination takes him on fascinating journeys to far-off places where he experiences new and unexpected things.
Chicks Don’t Eat Candy (Awesome Animals) by Kelly Tills: 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.
Princess Ariel and the Frog King by Claire Mills: Embark on a short adventure with Princess Ariel for rare flowers to the tulip river, where dangers will be waiting for you, and the frog king has long been harboring his revenge. But don’t worry, everything will end well. The book about Ariel’s adventures is a great choice before bedtime, story time, or anytime!
The Revolting Vegetables by Mr. Meal: Bruce the Brussels Sprout, Bella Broccoli, Oscar Onion, Leo the Leek along with baby Kenny the Carrot want to be liked as much as the cool Potatoes. The potatoes are very popular – they have motorbikes, girlfriends and play in a band. Fed up with being ignored, the vegetables revolt and demand to be chosen for dinner. What happens next? What a lovely story for kiddies aged 2-5.
In The Shadows of the Campfire by Elvin Creations: Our second Campfire storybook has just released and we are more than happy to share it with our audiences to let the kids and parents enjoy it together during holidays and school breaks. Amazing activity while you gather around the campfire in the garden or in the woods, and even better for sleepovers! We brought the best myths and tales to tell for your kid.
Lulu and Lainey… the Lucky Day by Lois Petren & Tanja Russita: A visit to the Luxembourg Garden with Grand-mère combined with two rambunctious squirrels. What could go wrong? Join them for a fun-filled day sailing boats, riding the carousel, and – of course – knitting. An encounter with a couple of energetic squirrels sends Lainey on an adventure no one expected. Discover why this was such a lucky day.
The Power of the Pearl (The Miracle Prince Book 1) by William Edmonds: When Alaric’s adoptive parents try to eat him, a new life begins on the island of Harramore. Now, in a magical adventure, he must learn to master hidden powers, meet extraordinary creatures and save the world’s most dangerous object from the clutches of evil. The reason? He is the son of the most powerful being ever to exist—the King Guardian, Rei.
Twins Mac & Madi’s Birthday by Linda Herron & Marie Delon: Twins Mac & Madi’s Birthday is a charming story about Mac and Madi planning their 6th birthday and uncovering how their strengths and differences make them stronger. Overall, Twins Mac & Madi’s Birthday will help young readers experience friendship, compassion, strength, and love in an engaging, wholesome way.
The Ballad of Billy McFee by Ruby Mosher: Catch the good fun wave of this new children’s book that can be read as usual or sung to the melody of the viral Wellerman hit! Add your own video to the growing list to show the world how you read or sing the book! Will you read it or sing it? The world wants to know!
A Warmer Planet (Snofluff the Polar Cub) by J.M. Getts: It was a clear Sunday morning in the Canadian tundra. Snofluff the Polar Cub and his best friend Pablo the Puffin were exploring the banks of the Ramsey River when they came upon an unexpected discovery. Come along as Snofluff and Pablo battle global warming and meet some new friends along the way.
The Awesomely Fabulous Dog-Walking Society (Case of the Disappearing Diamonds Book 1) by Tiffany Nicole Smith: Just in time for Middle-Grade March! Business is booming for the Awesomely Fabulous Dog-Walking Society. The girls are so busy, they bring on a new member, Cici. Soon after, diamonds start disappearing from around the neighborhood and all fingers point to Cici. The girls must work together to clear Cici’s name before their business is shut down.
The Lonely Alien (Modern Fables) by Theodore Comino & Maria Belen Salov: Go on a space adventure with the Lonely Little Alien as he makes his way through space. Will he ever find a friend to explore the galaxies with?
Green Thumb (Modern Fables) by Theodore Comino & Maria Belen Salov: A story of a young girl who loves gardening with her mum but cannot understand why her plants are still not growing. Little does she know what nature has in store for her!
What Should I Do? (The Adventures of Harry and Friends 7) by Sarah Beliza Tucker: Harry’s struggling and needs your help! “Oh…No! I just broke my mother’s number one rule. And now the most terrible thing has happened! What should I do?” Will Harry cave under the pressure to stay out of trouble and lie to his mom, or will he tell her the truth and accept the consequences for his actions? Read – “What Should I Do?” Today.
Petunia the Unicorn Moves to the Big City by R.L. Ullman: In this charming new series, Petunia and her unicorn aunt are ready for all the city has to offer! But is the city ready for real-life unicorns? Packed with dazzling illustrations, laugh-out-loud humor, and sparkling unicorn magic, this enchanting new picture book series will leave readers beaming with delight.
Mom, Let Me Cook! The Kids Cookbook by Olivia Brown: You will get more than 100+ recipes designed for kids in this cookbook for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, desserts, and drinks. Cooking is a very important skill set to have for being an independent adult. You will enjoy fun cooking ideas for kids; each recipe is easy to follow, with color photos and interesting tips that will help young chefs enjoy cooking.
His Father’s Mustache (Children Books Collection Book 1) by Sigal Adler: His Father’s Mustache: Ziggy’s dad had a mustache, extra-long, it had shiny hairs, was healthy and strong. When it was cold, and snow hit the ground he wrapped his ‘stache like a scarf all around. When he left the house and said goodbye, his ‘stach left after an hour (and that’s no lie!) The story develops the child’s imagination and teaches valuable messages in a humoristic way with fun rhymes!
Dina the Dinosaurs First Day at School by Avani Miller: Free kindle book today! For your child who loves dinosaurs. This is a heartwarming story about a dinosaur’s first day at school and how anxious the first days can be. A great read at bedtime, or your child can read it at school. Download before the price rises.