FREE Children's eBook Collection
Updated: Apr 22
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By Misty Black
When Sage finds out her mom is a part-time fairy, they set out on a magical journey. But will joining her mom on a fairyland adventure be dangerous?
For ages 3-7.
By Divya Mohan
On her birthday, Mona was simply not allowed to have a party because of the whole lockdown situation!! She had been anxiously looking forward to opening her presents and sharing her cake with friends! When can she meet her friends next?
This story is designed to answer the anxious questions from little ones about the lockdown and talk about personal hygiene to keep safe and healthy.
How Our Skin Sparkles - A growth mindset book for global citizens about acceptance
By Aditi Wardhan Singh
"Why do I look different?", asks Aarav. We may all have varied appearances and choices but we are all the same inside. This is a bullying prevention Best-Selling Children's Book that helps build acceptance, for others and self. With easy to read rhymes, this book uses sibling love to talk about skin color. It includes conversation starters about culture, science, and concept, as does the story. Geared for kids aged 3-9, this is a great diversity resource for parents, educators and counselors to develop a growth mindset that is global in nature.
By Kelly Grace
Kindness is the most powerful lesson you can teach your children.
By reading this story about little Joey, your child will learn the meaning of kindness, how to achieve it, and how to spread it to other children. Joey will demonstrate examples of kindness by interacting with his mom, sister, and his classmates.
This story will teach your child that just a spark of kindness is enough to make someone happy. Friendly and fun, this book is instructive and carries one of the most important lessons, "If you are kind, kindness will come back to you."
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By Sharon Jones-Scaife Lil’ Marco loves to play and could play from sunup to sundown except every evening, without fail, his Daddy says, “It’s bedtime, Lil’ Marco!” Oh, those dreaded words! Just hearing them causes Lil’ Marco to find even more toys to play with – a ball, a truck, a teddy bear. Except playing does not stop his eyes from getting heavy. They get heavier while playing during and after his bath. Finally, tucked in bed with his eyes nearly closed, Lil’ Marco decides playing can wait til’ the next day. It’s bedtime. BONUS: Book includes coloring and activity pages. http://www.coffeecreekmediagroup.com
By Vicky Weber
Aurora, a beloved mom to four young children, is determined to create memories with them in her childhood home in Rincon, Puerto Rico. One year, she plants an orchid with her children and spends the summer teaching them to tend to it in the hopes that it would grow into the beautiful plant she knew it could. As the days, weeks, months, and even years pass, Aurora teaches her children patience as they skeptically wait for the flowers to bloom. This heartwarming tale--based on a true story--shows how the thoughtful guidance of a loving mother could teach patience while leaving a lasting and beautiful impact on those around her.
By Brooke Stevens
Join the Super Science Squad on their most recent adventure. Brinkley, Bella and Mason travel to the magical land of Pixieville in search of a missing pixie named Paisley. See how they use real life science to find Paisley Pixie before the sun goes down, then do the same experiment from home! Who knew science could be so fun?!
By Dori Durbin
Little Cat loves a quiet and calm space. Dog doesn’t. When Dog wants to spend more time in Little Cat’s space, Little Cat gets frazzled and then she gets clever. Little Cat makes plan after plan to get back the space she wants... until she finds the space she needs. Children will enjoy Little Cat and Dog’s “sibling-like” playful antics while learning independence is okay but so is a loving compromise.
By Tamika Patterson
Kynnedi lives an exciting life for such a little girl. She enjoys exploring the world around her, learning new things, and making memories she’ll never forget!
You’ll love finding out about her family names, meet her dog Tyson and what she likes to do on the weekends while also giving your little one a chance to share their world too!
Follow her adventures and listen to her insights as she gives you the world through her eyes, introduces you to the key players in her life, and invites readers to share their own experiences in this fun, interactive book.
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By Nadishka Aloysius
This is a collection of very short stories so you can read a page-a-day to young kids
There are hundreds of books about cars, trains, trucks and various construction vehicles in the market. Have you ever heard of a tuk tuk?
Roo is a little Tuk Tuk. Join Roo as he recalls the many ups and downs of his life on the roads of Colombo (the commercial capital of Sri Lanka). From road races, to Polo tournaments, to animal rescues, this little vehicle has lived life to its fullest. Experience the joys and perils of Tuk Tuks on the streets, and learn many life lessons along the way with this courageous Tuk Tuk who is always ready to lend a helping hand and spread some cheer. You are never too little to make a difference...
By Czarina Tran-Bernett
A little girl refuses to lather lotion onto her dry skin despite her parents’ insistence. She sees changes on her skin and her imagination takes her on a transformational journey full of curiosity. Will the transformation change her mind?
This story teaches children the importance of taking care of their skin before it can lead to something more serious. This story highlights the importance of self-care and trying something new and different.
By Angelina Schäfer Gauthier
If everyone acted just like me, what kind of world would it be?
What Kind of World Would It Be? encourages kindness, cooperation, generosity, and empathy, and will inspire meaningful dialogue about how to make the world a little kinder.
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