Can a Princess Be a Firefighter? (Bedtime Dream Collection Book 1) ($0.99) by Carole P. Roman: Two little girls pepper their father with questions about whether or not they can be a professional and still be a princess. Motivated by her granddaughter’s fascination with all things ‘princess,’ Carole P. Roman penned this adorable poem celebrating all the wonderful possibilities waiting ahead for them.
MillyLilly: Chocolate Battle ($3.99) by Harry Boro: A wonderful country Sweetland is home to an amazing nation of MillyLilly. They are peaceful and friendly people, known for making the best sweets in the world. In a small city Ambia, a milly Nole and his best friend, boastful grasshopper Chaps, set out to discover Nole’s hidden talents that could impress a beautiful lilly Mela.
Little Wade and Watchtower: Abigail and the Great Gang Trap ($4.99) by Sean March: For readers ages 9-13. On the gritty, gaslit streets of 1899 New York City, a brilliant young girl hires the legendary Little Wade and Watchtower, a ghostly boy and a mysterious, mechanical giant, to combat the gangs that rule her neighborhood. Ghosts + Gangs + Girl + Steampunk= “A wonderfully inventive, rich, and engaging tale.” – Kirkus Reviews.
Being a Captain is Hard Work: A Captain No Beard Story ($1.99) by Carole P. Roman: Captain No Beard is determined to travel to Dew Rite Volcano. He won’t listen when Mongo predicts a storm or Linus indicates they are headed in the wrong direction. He insists Polly cook in the galley even though the seas are getting rough. What’s a crew to do with a stubborn, know-it-all captain?
If You Were Me and Lived on… Mars ($1.99) by Carole P. Roman: Learn about how life would be living on the Red Planet. Travel to Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system. Look into the sky and watch Phobos and Deimos, Mars’ two moons. Discover what you would wear, and how the seasons change. See Mars through the eyes of an adventurous youngster.
Max the Cat & The Purrfect Gift ($2.49) by Phoenix Fyre and Wylde Fyre: Little hearts hold just as much love as grown-up hearts. Max is no different. He longs to show the Little Lady just how special she is to him by finding the purrfect gift for her. He searches everywhere! What Max will discover comes as quite a surprise!
A Gypsy Dilemma (Full Moon Book 6) ($4.99) by D.A. McGrath: The latest (and last) installment of the Full Moon series is OUT NOW. Danior’s back – and he’s out for revenge… What readers are saying about the series: “I absolutely love the entire series.” “I couldn’t stop reading!” “Amazingly Addicting.” A rollercoaster ride of action and adventure for 9-14-year-olds.
Primrose’s Curse: A Fairy Tale of an Audacious Girl ($2.99) by Kiara Shankar: An inspiring story by a talented thirteen-year-old author! Written by an adorable Father-Daughter Duo. Are you looking for children’s fiction that talks about true friendship and courage? Then look no further, buy this book today and appreciate the young talent! Spending $2.99 on a kids’ book is worth more than money spent on a cup of latte!
Avocado the Turtle: The One and Only ($3.99) by Kiara Shankar, Vinay Shankar: NEW RELEASE: Avocado is rejected by the other turtles for being too friendly. One day, they decide she should no longer be welcomed in their turtle group, and she is sent away. Upset at first, she eventually meets new friends and starts to understand it doesn’t matter what people want her to be. Join Avocado on her journey to find her true self.
My Subterrestrial: An adventure, fantasy novel ($0.99) by D. M. Louie: Exciting winter break read! When Kyle’s parents mysteriously disappear, he is totally unprepared to deal with the powerful creatures that lurk belowground. Will young Kyle possess any of the magical skills to deal with the wild, unfamiliar creatures when he ventures into their subterrestrial world in a brave attempt to save his parents’ lives?
ABCs By Breed (LITTLE PAWS SERIES Book 4) ($3.99) by Karen Grzenda: Learn your ABCs and about registered breed dogs in this lovely book containing over 100 full-color dog pictures! Example: “B is for… Bloodhounds, Border Terriers, Bearded Collies, Boxers, and Boston Terriers. Shrimp is a beautiful Boston Terrier who’s bold but also sometimes bashful.” B would include pictures of each breed mentioned.
The Eyes of Pharaoh ($0.99) by Chris Eboch: An ancient world comes to life. Reya claims Egypt is in danger. Then he disappears. To save their friend, Seshta and Horus spy on merchants, soldiers, and royalty, and start to suspect even The Eyes of Pharaoh, the powerful head of the secret police. Can they escape the traps set for them, rescue Reya, and stop the plot against Egypt in time?
Saygar the Superhero (Saygar Book 2) ($0.99) by Elizabeth Jurado: Joseph didn’t mean to turn Saygar the Ant into a superhero. He only wanted to get him ready for Halloween. Now, Saygar believes he’s a REAL superhero and that’s a whole mess of trouble! The craziness threatens to uncover Joseph’s BIG secret of what truly hides behind Saygar’s mask! Will Joseph be able to keep the “weird truth” from being revealed?
‘Twas the Night ($2.99) by Marin: ‘Twas the Night is the only wordless children’s book in the 2GETHER picture book collection. The setting is dark, urban, and the streets are sprinkled with Christmas lights. ‘Twas the Night is a remarkable book in which dreams and reality mix, and imagination takes flight – just as the dove and the boy in the wheelchair do.
The Quokkas’ Christmas Quest ($0.99) by J. Macpherson: When Santa and his reindeer bump into a whale, his presents are scattered along the beach at Rottnest Island. Clancy and Cobba, two local quokkas, help him collect the presents. But when Santa continues on his way, the quokkas realize several Christmas presents have been left behind. It’s up to Clancy and Cobba to find the owners and deliver them before Christmas morning.
Jet The Kitty: Mayhem At The Market ($0.99) by Nathan James: A Silly Rhyming Picture Book For Kids 3-5 Who Love Cats & Animals! “What a fun way to teach your children about healthy food choices as well as how to behave with good manners in a supermarket.” – Amazon Customer
Bubblegum Mike: The Great Skeeter Battle ($0.99) by Geoffrey Saign: Only Mike can float into the air with the newfangled bubblegum. And when giant mosquitoes appear out of nowhere, it’s up to Mike and his friends Kim and Teddy to save their town. The only problem is, Mike would rather hide in his barn. A funny, zany tall tale set in 1905 from an award-winning author. Perfect for ages 7-11. KU/Kindle/Paperback.
Adaline (Adaline Series Book 1) ($0.99) by Denise Kawaii: Boy 1124562 is a clone with a problem. He’s supposed to be a mindless kid who can’t think for himself… but he can’t get his imagination to stop running wild. If anyone finds out he’s thinking for himself, he’ll be destroyed. But if he can harness his creative thoughts, “62” can change the world.
A Knock at the Door ($0.99) by Helen Yeomans: When letters are old enough to leave home, they join a word and learn how to work together as a team. But what if they forget their sounds, like the G in Pigeon, or don’t like to be silent, like the L in Half? These five bedtime stories from the World of Letters are fun to read or read aloud. A Wishing Shelf Awards silver medalist.
The Christmas Books: The Red-Nosed Reindeer’s Story ($2.99) by M.G. Kocsis: A teenage boy’s family was lost in the Dark Wood. Leaving to find it, he surprisingly found out there were unfriendly magical creatures in this world, having to face some of them. Lucky for him, there were also kind magical creatures willing to help. At the end of the adventurous journey, a red-nosed reindeer shined.
The Illustrated Bestiary of Unicorns and Their Kin ($0.99) by D.J. Ramsay: Author and artist Sephren Jollifeet happens doesn’t believe in Unicorns until he meets one. Not just a Unicorn, but an Infocorn who is one of many different species in the Unicorn family! Amazing! Join Sephren as he is guided through the fantastic world of Unicorns and their Kin! An illustrated story of prose and poetry for all ages.
Fool’s Gold ($3.49) by Alan Barbara: A good old-fashioned mystery adventure for kids aged 8-13. Timothy Pinkerton makes an amazing discovery that can make him a gazillionaire! Lottie Baxter must stop Timothy from causing mayhem for all the residents of Alum Bay as he carries out his evil plan. Helped by some very weird and wonderful friends, she might just succeed.
The Gingerbread House ($0.99) by Laura Gia West: Run run as fast as you can, you can’t catch me…. or can you? Every Christmas season, gingerbread men come alive. The only way to keep them around until Christmas is through a treasured and tasty secret. If it’s done right, something special is left behind.
The Good for Nothing Frogs (My Crazy Stories Series Book 7) ($1.99) by Daniel Georges: The frogs made the terrible mistake of disturbing King Grouchel’s precious sleep. Along with Krockel, his crocodile chef, the two are up for the unthinkable… A forest free of those pesky creatures! Giggles and Ribbits in the wildly hilarious book from MY CRAZY STORIES Series at $1.99 today only!
No, Fluffy! No! ($0.99) by Mrs. Ani: RUFF, ARF! RUFF, ARF! Hi, boys and girls… My name is Fluffy, and I am the king of my house. When I misbehave, all I hear is “No! Fluffy! No!” Read along and join me in this barking good time! With this great picture book, Mrs. Ani’s family pet, Fluffy, will delight children, parents, and teachers.
How I Made a Friend (My Crazy Stories Series Book 6) ($1.99) by Daniel Georges: Winner of the 2020 Purple Dragonfly Book Award – Best Picture Book. Will is perfectly happy in his own creative world. When a new kid enters his life uninvited, his bubble is about to burst. But wait… Doesn’t friendship come when you least expect it? A genuinely funny friendship story with adorable oddball characters everyone will love!
It Wasn’t Me: A Kids Book About Lying (Mike and His Pet Monkey Book 1) ($1.99) by Sadie Gardner: If you could have any animal as a pet, what would you choose? Mike chose a monkey! But not only did he choose a monkey – he chose a very cheeky yet thoughtful monkey who teaches Mike valuable life lessons and guides him through his childhood years. Ebook and paperback version discounted at 50% off until 7th December!
A Good Day to Make a Friend: Dasher the Dog’s Adventure ($3.97) by David E. Miles: A heart-warming tale of how friendship can blossom once you get to know someone – even if they are very different from you. Dasher is a pretty Terrier with love in her heart and wet paws. Her adventure takes her across the countryside where she makes some unlikely friends along the way. When she gets lost, these new friendships help her to find the way home.
Les Desirable: Nude Reporter (Middle School Book 1) ($0.99) by Dennis E. McGowan: What happens when Les Desirable learns about mysterious nighttime lights in the sky over Spyglass Hill? How will Les convince his teacher Mrs. Mudhole that he’s a famous reporter? And how is he going to persuade the smartest girl in school to help him? Les Desirable: Nude Reporter is a funny story for children ages 9–12.
The Giant’s Giant (The Giants of StoneHold Book 1) ($0.99) by Mark Cheverton: Exiled from her village, friendless, and accused of a crime she did not commit, Brianna, a giant of the TreeAgate clan, thought her life couldn’t get any worse, but she was wrong . . . DEAD wrong. Follow Brianna as she confronts a Scavenger-plot which could destroy everything she loves. “Walk softly and let your WarHammer do the taking.”
Jelly Jellyfish Goes To Mars: A Voyage Into Space (Child of the Wave Book 2) ($0.99) by Douglas Parlette: After scouring the Sea for sights unseen, making many friends, and discovering what Jelly thought to be the true treasures of Space. He is suddenly taken by a mysterious ship, only to discover that he’s on his way to Mars! A Great Picture Storybook for anyone interested in the Sea or Space!
We Can Do It 2!: Stories For Brave Little Kids ($2.99) by Daniel Gershkovitz: Through five stories written in rhymes, We Can Do It 2! illustrates the values of true friendship, the acceptance of others, the harm caused by prejudice, the virtue of admitting one’s mistakes, and the unconditional love of caring parents. All five books are accompanied by puzzles and games at the end of each story.
All Different and Beautiful: A Children’s Book about Diversity, Kindness, and Friendships ($2.99) by Belle Belrose: Meet Orion—a happy and loving young boy who befriends classmates despite their differences and struggles. He approaches all his new friends at school with an open mind and a positive attitude. This heartwarming story clears the way for important discussions with our kids about diversity, disability, and the beauty in each of us.
Pixieland Diaries (Pixieland Dairies Book 1) ($1.99) by Christina Bauer: ***WARNING*** If you don’t like pixies, don’t read this diary. If you don’t like loud-mouthed pixies who are really cool but sometimes get told they’re immature (for no reason), then definitely stop reading. Oh, but if you’ve read this far, then you better finish my entire diary. My story is supernatural, whacked-out, and overall awesome.
Being Like Bella (Frankie and Peaches: Tales of Total Kindness Book 4) ($2.99) by Lisa S. French: Frankie and Peaches discover a mysterious trail of footprints that leads them to Bella, a droopy girl dressed in all white. Sad, lonely Bella just wants to keep her head down and blend in with the snow. When Frankie feels what it’s like to be Bella, she comes up with the perfect plan to inspire Bella to hold her head high.
Philippe and The Marshmallow and Candy Floss Clouds ($1.99) by Lennice A. Norwood: If you’re still finishing your Thanksgiving leftovers, make sure you leave room for marshmallows and candy floss… from Philippe and The Marshmallow and Candy Floss Clouds, that is! A story of a boy with a sweet tooth, a big imagination and his eye on the sky. Guaranteed to delight the whole family. Best served anytime!
Kids Say the Darndest Things to Santa Claus: 25 Years of Santa Stories ($2.99) by Don Kennedy: Where Art Linkletter left off, Santa Don picks up. After 25 years of listening to children’s Christmas wishes as a volunteer Santa Claus, the author has heard it all. Santa tells all, the best of the best 85 stories. Rated 5 stars by Amazon readers and book reviewers, the book won a Readers’ Favorite 2020 International Book Award for Non Fiction.
Runaway Blues ($0.99) by Pete Fanning: For twelve-year-old Caleb, watching his Papa Clem lose himself to dementia is no way to spend a summer. So when Papa Clem decides he wants to chase down a family heirloom, Caleb feels like he can’t say no. The little adventure turns out to be a three-state road trip. And what they find changes not only Caleb’s summer, but his entire life.
Forest Quarantine ($0.99) by Lusy Storyteller: An unknown disease came to the fairy forest. To protect themselves from it, forest dwellers are forced to observe quarantine. Reading this children’s fantasy book will help your children learn the basic rules of protection against COVID-19 in a fun way. This is not only wearing a face mask outside the home, but also other very important actions.
The Princess Who Became a Pirate ($0.99) by Anicca Sommer: This charming story is destined to become a family favorite and all-around classic. Taken from Norse mythology, join scores of new readers as they cheer on the princess who became a pirate. This is a great read-aloud, bedtime, or any time story for your little one. Recommended for ages 3 – 8. Waste no time and get the full story now.
Life of a Firefly: The Incredible Adventures and Mostly True Stories of Sandy Forte ($1.99) by Sandra Brown-Lindstedt: After Sandy swallows a firefly on a dare something amazing happens. It becomes her secret weapon. She uses it to light a path when the darkness was out of her control. It was even strong enough to turn a bully like Gorilla Girl into her friend. And even though her weapon may have been tiny, she knew it was the most powerful thing in the universe.
Robbie’s Toys: A Boy With Too Many Toys ($2.99) by The Go 2 Girls: Robbie is a boy with too many toys. Follow him as he learns how to clean his room by donating the toys he no longer plays with to other boys and girls. Then he learns how to organize his toys with an easy 3 step method his mom teaches him: Sorting, Containing, and Labeling!
The Kingdom Of The Flowers (Tales Of Hope Book 4) ($2.99) by Rick Nau: Carried away to a far-off kingdom, a boy rises from servitude to the height of power. All the while he clings to his faith in God, praying that one day he’ll be reunited with his family.
The Holiday Series: The Complete Riverbend Trilogy ($1.99) by Laura Hesse: Join Hannah Storey on her quest to save a frostbitten old mustang from its cruel owner in One Frosty Christmas, unravel the mystery behind a strange ring of stones Hannah and her friends discover in the woods in The Great Pumpkin Ride, and take on Mother Nature to help little Linda McCloud save Easter and her unborn foal in A Filly Called Easter.
Dinosaur Adventure: A Field Trip to Remember (Let’s Learn While Playing Book 4) ($1.99) by Kelly Santana-Banks: Miss Gina’s class goes on a field trip to the dinosaur museum. In between exploring the Jurassic world and making their way through the museum, the group will find plenty of surprises. Children 3-6 will learn through play concepts of science, language arts, and math. This edition comes with Fun Facts and Language Arts Enrichment.
The Magic Pencil ($2.99) by Ben Spies: The Magic Pencil is a children’s mystery, action-packed book for boys and girls ages 8-12. Join Bob and his friends in this amazing adventure as they embark on an unexpected journey to save the world! Young readers will be drawn in by the fast plot, and the twists and turns that make this book one that will be handed off to friends as a ‘must-read’!