The Missing ($0.99) by E.K. Frances: When Connor McConnor gets sucked into a magical world, rather than finding fairies and buttercups, he has to fight off carnivorous plants, cannibals, and beasts of the forest. With the help of a moody dragon and his best friend Jess, will he be able to bring the missing children home? A thrilling story, perfect for those aged 10-13.
Where Are The Fish? ($1.99) by Andrew Lepine: Daphne is the star dolphin at the aquarium. Everyday, she hears people cheer for her and she would get her favorite treat: fish. One night, she wanted fish, but no matter how much she flips and dips, no one gives her a treat. So Daphne got her hat and decided to have a fun-filled trip where she meets new friends in search of something to eat.
Theep and Thorpe: Adventures in Space ($0.99) by Lillian Nader: In 2160, at Juvenile Space Camp on Planet Staruus, Jonathon Curtis discovers he and his friends have special powers. Theep and Thorpe are space beings who guide him on a mission to rescue kidnapped teens. But he must join forces with a bully to succeed. Will he and his friends free the teens in distress or will they end up as captives instead?
Brian, the Alchemist & the Silver Dragon (The Brian Pankhurst Book 2) ($2.99) by P.J. Taylor: Brian’s magic lessons provide solace after a tragic summer, until the dead start rising from their graves. Amidst unraveling mysteries, they seek a fabled Stone of Surzaal linked to immortality. But who is the enigmatic six-fingered man and what, exactly, is the ‘silver dragon’?
Poopie Creates a Habit: Life Skills for All Ages ($2.99) by Uncle Rob Levy: Ever wonder how to ignite your child’s imagination and develop foundational life skills? Look no further! “Poopie’s Books of Life” was crafted by 4th-degree martial artist and yoga instructor who has worked with children including many with learning disabilities. He brings years of transforming children giving them essential life skills that they can draw from throughout their lives.
Dollars and Sense: A Kids’ Money Guide ($2.99) by Rodney T. Harris: Step into the magical world of Sammy as he embarks on a fun journey in “Dollars and Sense: A Kids’ Money Guide.” This captivating book is designed to make learning about money exciting. Sammy’s story unfolds with real-life money-saving strategies, clever tips, and tricks that will inspire the genius entrepreneur within every young mind.
No Matter What: A Children’s Book about Unconditional Love ($1.99) by Kristen Crowhurst: No Matter What is a beautifully illustrated children’s book about the unconditional love of a child no matter what they are doing or feeling. Written during the course of day-to-day life by a mother parenting young children, ‘No Matter What’ reminds children that they are loved every single second of every single day, no matter what.
The Feats of Madeleine (The Feats of Madeleine Book 1) ($1.99) by Jack Selvaggio: What she lacks in grades, she makes up for with adventuring spirit. Join Maddie, as she works her way from small-town kid to mighty hero. She and a pal plan to rescue a lost pup, Scruffy. Giving up is never an option for this fiery kid. And believing in yourself is an understatement.
Marvin the Math Cat & Dusty’s Secret Quest (US Edition) ($0.99) by H. Blackburn & N. Blackburn: Join Marvin the Math Cat’s sidekick, Dusty, on a thrilling expedition through the solar system. This ebook is packed with exciting math challenges, from calculating distances in space to predicting the alignment of planets. It’s a fun & unique way to improve math skills, available at a discounted price. Grab a copy today for your child’s education.
The Football Book for Boys 9-12 ($0.99) by Jimmy McCall: The Ideal Book For Young Football Fanatics With The Football Book For Boys, embark on a thrilling journey across the sprawling annals of football. From its inception to today’s modern plays, the book isn’t just a trove of facts; it’s a playbook for budding athletes and a lore book for avid football fans.
My Big Heart: A Children’s Book about Mindfulness and Self-Acceptance ($0.99) by Jennifer Fae: My Big Heart is a story of feeling small. While this includes the challenges and limitations that young children face of being physically small, it also can relate to feeling small when it comes to their sense of self-worth, feeling unseen, and being disconnected from the vastness of their truest self and potential.
Tabitha Fink and the Cowboy Code ($1.99) by Rick Felty: Tabitha Fink, the Cat With One Eye is on another adventure! This time she’s the sheriff in the wild west. Tabitha and her deputy have to figure out what to do with an ornery outlaw who is disrupting things in their quiet little town. It’s a rhyming tale of friendship and how much we can all help each other to be the best we can be.
The Vacuum Cleaner Allergic to Dust ($0.99) by Julia Heywood: A fun-to-read-aloud rhyming story about Vinny Vac, a vacuum cleaner allergic to dust! Follow loveable Vinny in this humorous and heartwarming tale, as he and a caring friend carry out his master plan to fix his problem. Your entire family will love this beautifully illustrated, whimsical, giggle-inducing book.
The Moon is Made of Dreams (Little Explorer, Big World) ($4.99) by Kike Calvo: “It’s rare to find a book that creates the necessary awe required to captivate and educate. Parents and children alike will be grateful that Kike has written such a book.” ~ Valarie van Cleave Oceana Board of Directors-Chair
Kaida Brightscales and the Magical Meadows ($0.99) by Xanda Monteiro: A world brimming with flowers and colors. An inquisitive young dragon. A sick friend in need of help. If you or your child like vivid and beautiful illustrations, fun ways to learn about nature, and making new friends, then you’ll love Xanda Monteiro’s tale of teamwork. Tap the link to buy the book today!
The Girl Who Planted a Forest (The Adventures of Luna) ($4.99) by Kike Calvo: “No matter what language we use, The Adventures of Luna’s message is clear; We have the power to destroy forests but we also have the power to restore them. Let’s do more of the latter!” – Douglas W. Tallamy/Ecologist and Conservationist. Author of Nature’s Best Hope.
Do Butterflies Sleep? (Back Pack Books Book 4) ($2.99) by Janice Garden Macdonald: Along with a variety of forest friends, a busy butterfly glides through a morning routine, the first day of school, and bedtime with a cheerful attitude. But the real fun is at school. Our hero meets a shy rabbit, a bullying bird, plays basketball with a bear, and tic tac toe with a mouse.
The Pancakes (Big Crow and Little Pumpkin Book 1) ($2.99) by Leigh Ryan: Big Laughs and a Little Mystery in this super silly book for kids. The Pancakes is the first in a series of books starring Big Crow and Little Pumpkin, created by Australian author/illustrator/animator Leigh Ashley Ryan.
Monsters Galore: A Fun Counting Adventure ($2.99) by Mister Jon: Embark on a thrilling counting adventure with “Monsters Galore”! Colorful and captivating, this book introduces kids aged 3-6 to counting from 1 to 25. Engaging and interactive, it’s a must-have for fun learning. Grab your copy today and spark their curiosity!
Bullies Beware, EKHO is Here! ($2.99) by Marie D. Jones: Elvis Jones is tired of being bullied at his grade school because of his disability. So he does what any smart, tech geek kid does – he creates “EKHO,” a sophisticated spy group that uses cool gadgets and stealth methods to stay one step ahead of the bullies. In the end, he realizes even enemies can sometimes become friends. Based on a true story.
Viola’s Hurt Heartfelt Words ($3.99) by Elda Othello-Wrightington: Viola has no clue just how powerful her words are! In this story, Viola discovers just how much words are a reflection of self and how one feels about self. With a little help from mom, she discover just where her heart is. Parents’ words hold the power to transform and mold a child’s heart. Discover lessons on bullying, self esteem & kindness.
Saving Sammy: A Kids Guide to Financial Literacy ($2.99) by Rodney T. Harris: Introduce your child to the world of money management with ‘Saving Sammy: A Kid’s Guide to Financial Literacy.’ Packed with valuable lessons, this book nurtures a strong financial mindset in young readers.
Anna and Champ: The Adventure of Getting a Puppy ($0.99) by Brittany Osmers: Anna’s lifelong dream of getting a puppy finally comes true. Filled with endearing characters and an enchanting storyline that will teach important lessons about love, compassion, patience, and the joys of getting a pet. The story Anna and Champ incorporate interactive elements, creating an interactive experience for kids.
Foggy Goes to Space ($2.99) by Mark Meadow: Taken over by the beauty of stars and night sky a curious red panda boy Foggy decides to go to space one day. Whimsical characters, colourful illustrations and lovely yet motivational storyline makes it a great read before bed. A warm and lovely read for kids as well as for early readers.
Asleep Now! My Baby Sleep Recipes ($3.99) by Jessica Ram: In this e-book, author and baby sleep expert Jessica Ram describes gentle sleep solutions for babies and children. It is a reference work that arose out of personal necessity. As a mother, Jessica faced various sleep issues and learned how to help her children. This book presents her proven, gentle solutions in a lovely, magical setting.
Tales of Splendania: A Golden Wish ($0.99) by T.O. GRIFFITHS: Get transported to a magical world & be whisked away on a thrilling journey filled with danger, excitement, & heroism. Perfect for families seeking a shared, thrilling read, this debut novel by T.O. Griffiths guarantees a captivating experience for all. The action-packed & emotional sequel, A Heart of Ice, is coming out on September 26th 2023!
Fruit Doesn’t Feel: An ABC Book (Fruits & Veggies Book 2) ($0.99) by Joshua James Cole: In this fun introduction to the alphabet, each page is a lively spread with a fruit of a certain letter experiencing an emotion with the same letter. This helpful parenting guide provides children an opportunity to identify big feelings and how they might present themselves or make us feel. It is recommended for toddlers and early readers.
A Cat Named Puppy Goes to School ($3.99) by James Breznicky: “A Cat Named Puppy Goes to School is an enchanting tale filled with heartwarming moments, delightful black-and-white illustrations, and valuable life lessons for young readers. Follow the extraordinary journey of Puppy, the big fluffy cat, and his brother, Stitch, a grey cat with black stripes, as they embark on their first adventure in school.
ABC Hip Hop Rhymes: Rap Alphabet Kids Book ($0.99) by AL Tran: Research has shown that music and rhythm can enhance children’s learning abilities. With creatively crafted rap rhymes and captivating verses, “ABC Hip Hop Rhymes” makes learning the alphabet a breeze for kids. They’ll be tapping their feet and clapping their hands while effortlessly mastering their ABCs.
The Ghost Train (The Ghost Legends Book 1) ($0.99) by Lee Allen: A Gothic Fairy Tale of the horror of evil and the power of love… Join Chloe and Lewis on their spooky adventure in search of the legendary ghost train and to solve the mystery of their great-grandmother’s disappearance.
Most Incredible Adventures of Andri Bot: Who Could Turn Into Anything ($4.99) by Serghei Soldatko: An innovative approach to learning in the form of fairy tales! We discuss real-world concepts and make them relatable for young minds (ages 5-8). In this episode, Andri Bot teaches: 💧 Water, ice, and steam transformations ⚡ Electricity and different types of lightning 🐦 The fascinating abilities of birds.
Living Green and The Smoke ($2.99) by Florian Bushy: “A fun and educational book that will capture your child’s imagination and teach them important lessons about nature, conservation, and global warming. The story is engaging and easy to follow, with clear messages about teamwork, respect, and friendship.” – Abigail L, Librarian, Goodreads 5* review. Order your copy of this Award-Winning book today!
Wishes Are Free (Rose O’Reilly and Grandpa Book 1) ($2.99) by Diana Mercedes Howell: Ten-year-old Rose O’Reilly’s best friend has moved 2,000 miles away. Grandpa shows her that new friends can be found in the most unexpected places if you have a big heart and know where to look. Great for fans of Because of Winn Dixie — winner of Readers Favorite Five Star Medallion, Wishes Are Free is an endearing tale of family and friendship.
Painting with Words ($1.99) by Joshua James Cole: This unique picture book is perfect for introducing your child to non-rhyming poetry and riddles. The inquisitive reader will enjoy the easy-to-understand poems as well as the imaginative illustrations. Older kids will want to try creating their own word art, which can be a fun family activity.
The Grinkle and the Gronkle ($2.99) by Josiah de Bono: “Time is not my friend!” Replied the Grinkle to the Gronkle “The elusive ticking of the clock. It slows for boring hours, And quickens for hours when I am not. And when I find myself in times particularly boring, I dream that I am back in bed; fast asleep snoring.”
Fly, Little Bird (Bilingual Children’s Book in English and Greek) ($0.99) by Ingo Blum: A little bird is afraid of heights. The other birds laugh at him and leave him alone. No bird is afraid of heights! Are they wrong? A book about respect and self-esteem for all kids ages 3+ learning English or Greek as a second language.
Painting with Numbers (The Painting With series) ($0.99) by Joshua James Cole: This picture book is an innovative endeavor that turns numbers into animals. It is a new take on introducing numbers to children using cleverly arranged illustrations and riddles to engage young readers with hidden images to find and word puzzles to decipher. It is recommended for fans of 1-2-3 counting books.
Ava Daniels & Her Daddy’s Wedding ($2.99) by Danielle Randall: In “Ava Daniels and Her Daddy’s Wedding,” Ava navigates the joyous but confusing landscape of expanding family ties. As her Dad marries Stephanie, Ava learns that love doesn’t split—it multiplies. A heartwarming tale of acceptance, love, and family. Perfect for children grappling with similar situations in their lives.
Ghosts of Mars: The Adventures of Eva Knight ($0.99) by Stuart White: The first book in the award-winning, space adventure series for children age 9+, and fans of Vashti Hardy, AF Steadman, and Christopher Edge. Eva Knight (13) is the first Martianborn human, and she hates it! Fame, T1 diabetes and a sarcastic AI companion haunt her, but when her Dad goes missing, she must overcome the ‘ghosts of Mars’ to save him.
Quantum Physics for Curious Kids: Learning about matter, energy and the quantum world ($0.99) by Aidan Bettridge: Grab this captivating book and embark on an extraordinary adventure for parents and children through the realm of quantum physics. Allow children to unlock the mind-bending wonders hidden within the tiniest particles of the universe. From energy and matter to atoms and the endless dance of particles and waves.