The Big Book of Super Silly Jokes for Kids: 999 Jokes For Young Comedians ($0.99) by Dave Kinney: The Big Book of Super Silly Jokes for Kids is a treasure trove of hilarity that will truly tickle your funny bone. With topics ranging from animals to nature, food to science, this crazy compendium contains a perfect gag for every occasion. Prepare yourself, as endless hours of entertainment await!
Greg’s Second Adventure in Time (Adventures in Time Book 2) ($0.99) by C.M. Huddleston: Greg’s already time-traveled once. It worked out okay. This time – not so good, since it’s 1778 in Kentucky! The Indians are hostile, Greg’s not sure how to get back to his time, and things are only getting worse. Jump back in time with Greg in this adventure filled with history, humor, and a whole lot of action!
Thomas Holland and the Prophecy of Elfhaven (Thomas Holland Series Book 1) ($3.99) by K. M. Doherty: What do you do when your friends need your help to save the world? Only problem is—you’re not on their world. You’re not even in the same universe! And even if you could get there. How are you gonna take the stolen device from the evil wizard, before he releases the… And you’ve only got 3 days!
JJ Brown Wants to be COOL ($0.99) by BB Mack: JJ Brown desperately wants to be liked and accepted! JJ thinks he must do all sorts of crazy things to be cool like his friend Jax the cat. Children of all ages will relate to JJ, and cheer for Jax, who tells him he is accepted just the way he is! Snuggle up, laugh together, and tell your child, “You are already cool, just the way you are!”
Emily’s Quills (The Hedgehogs) ($1.99) by Tamiko Pettee: This story helps children recognize that we are all different and have unique talents that we can offer the world. While playing with her friends, Emily Hedgehog starts losing confidence, because she thinks her quills just get in the way and hurt others. Follow along as she discovers her unique talent and regains her self-esteem.
The Pocket Fairies of Middleburg: 16 Toadstone Lane (The Pocket Fairy Fables Book 2) ($4.50) by Linda Zern: It’s Halloween, and Erica is dressed as a great knight of the Middle Ages, Joan of Arc. On the steps of the mysterious second-hand store, A Treasure House of Strange and Curious things, she discovers a tiny winged creature, shot through the shoulder with an arrow no bigger than a toothpick. Of course, she has to tell someone and get help. Can she?
The Ghosts Of Hallows Cove ($2.99) by Joey Evans: This Halloween tale tells the story of two twelve-year-old girls who solve the hauntings of Hallows Cove, Louisiana by a family of 6 siblings, all of whom died mysteriously many years ago on October 31.
The Adventures of Bearwolf ($4.99) by Daniel James: If you love the Gruffalo, but want something more substantial in verse, “The Adventures of Bearwolf” could be just what your family needs at bedtime. 7 modern myth-like stories, with gorgeous character illustrations, perfect for reading out loud to 5+. Playful tales for thoughtful, curious kids, which you’ll enjoy reading as much as they do.
The Tooths ($0.99) by Srividhya Lakshmanan: A lush green forest bloomed in every season but winter. The Tooths kids who had moved to the woods a year ago lived in eternal bliss until autumn, but the winter blight frightened them. They decided to fight and find a cure for the horror. They marched towards the eastern edge, but did they find the cure? Read ‘The Tooths’ to find out.
A Kite at the Edge of the World ($0.99) by Katy Grant: Two boys meet by the seashore. When one boy reveals he is dying, his friend says, “Then let’s do something fun.” They decide to make a kite, but first they’ll need money and then supplies. And they’ll have to watch out for grown-ups in their way. So a never-to-be-forgotten day begins. This is a story of friendship, first loss, and seizing the day.
Little Treasure: Journey to Single Motherhood (The Little Treasure Book 1) ($1.99) by Anat Georgy: “Little Treasure” celebrates love, life and choice: Ellie sets off on a journey to find a special treasure, with the help of nice people, she finds this treasure inside of her; a little baby, born with the help of a donor. This book will help single parents by choice tell their children how they came into the world in this special way.
The Little Android Girl ($0.99) by Mehmet Ali Yazan: Adam Cornwail is the commander of the first manned research station to orbit Mars. Cornwail receives a gift from a friend on Earth. The gift is an android copy of Cornwail’s daughter, Grace, who died in an accident two years earlier. The android has all of her memories and emotions. To Cornwail, the android essentially becomes his lost daughter.
Captain Polo and the Halloween Party ($0.99) by Alan J. Hesse: Captain Polo and his friend Penguin have been invited to a fancy dress Halloween party up at the old haunted mansion. What will they go dressed up as? And what will they find when they get to the party?! This is a humorous picture book for kids aged 6 to 8, and it contains a positive message about making your own fancy dress costumes rather than buying them.
The End of all Halloweens (The Adventures of Ubergirl Book 3) ($0.99) by Matthew S. Cox: On a routine shopping trip with her mom, Ubergirl discovers an unspeakable horror: someone is destroying candy only a week before Halloween! Determined to preserve the second-best holiday of the year—after Christmas—Ubergirl sets out to find the Candy Ruiner and save Halloween.
Being Silly, Not a Bully (Discovering the Difference Book 1) ($0.99) by Myrna Fay Flick: Interactive. Empowering. Enlightening. When Miriam moved to Mystic Valley, she didn’t anticipate being teased, bullied, and rejected. Tempest, her new classmate, made it clear that her kind were not welcome. Find out in this anti-bullying book how Miriam, with the help of her new friend Val, learns valuable life skills about kindness, diversity, cultural differences, and inclusion.
Don’t be scared! – Hab keine Angst! (Kids Learn German 5) ($0.99) by Ingo Blum: Are you a parent or a teacher who wants to help kids learn a new language? Are you looking for kid’s books that are fun, heartwarming, and educational? If so, this book is for you! Help your children learn to handle anxiety and overcome fears along with little Susie. She is frightened. But she does not want to tell anybody. Will she be able to handle her fears?
The Little Stone of Happiness ($2.99) by Jose Romero: The story is set in a busy city where everyone is busy getting on with their lives but not enjoying it and so are quite angry until a little stone reminds them of happier times and something changes.
The Magic Christmas Ornament ($1.99) by James Barbato and Victoria Barbato: Christmas Eve is a dazzling, special time, especially when your family’s favorite Christmas tree ornament has magic powers! One enchanted Christmas Eve, Victoria, Joseph, and John gather around the fireplace to hear their father’s story about his favorite Christmas ornament. After their parents go to bed, the children discover the true magic of the ornament as it sweeps them from their home and directly into Santa’s workshop!
Life of a Firefly: The Never Ending Storybook For Kids ($1.99) by Sandra Brown-Lindstedt: This a fun and exciting book written for kids of all ages to build strong character and help boost self-esteem. Both girls as well as boys will see themselves in every situation that Sandy finds herself in, as she and her firefly go on amazing adventures. This book is based on the true-life stories of its author Sandra Lindstedt.
The Cardboard Boat Race (Putney and the Magic eyePad Book 2) ($1.99) by MK Tufft: Sabrina meets girl-MacGyver in this fun series about friendship, middle school, and the engineering design process. Action, misadventure, and STEM meet up in a fresh and fun plot. Does math leave you hyperventilating? DON’T PANIC! Find out why math is magical and learn to design!
Dahler and Nicholls Fight Crime! (Crime Wins) ($0.99) by Dixie J. Whitted: Comic cartoon Detectives Dahler & Nicholls, along with their dog, Horatio, attempt (with limited success) to “keep the streets safe for decent citizens.” Full of family-friendly fun as our bumbling heroes stumble from crime to crime, doing their best to deal with each situation. Filled with full-page, B&W, single-panel cartoons. Suggested for ages 8+.
Elliot and the Osprey Nest (Elliot’s Adventures) ($3.99) by Ingrid Simunic: Are you inspired by incredible animals? As the first book in the series, you get to meet our eager, animal-loving hero, Elliot. He notices an osprey nest on the shores of Sag Harbor, and his plans for summer change. Now, Elliot spends his days observing the fascinating sea birds through his brand new binoculars. He is just a secret observer until, one day, he has the chance to help and forms a bond with the tiny family of ospreys!
School and My Bully Experience ($0.99) by Frank Joseph Minichetti: Been Bullied? If “YES”, School and My Bully Experience is the perfect read. The book blends delightful and good-humored stories with helpful tips for middle schoolers and young adults to combat bullying. Discover why one bully has a happy ending, while another does not. There are some surprise chapter endings, see if you can figure them out.
Jimbo The Farting Robot ($2.99) by Momo Pug: How would you feel if you invented a robot that farted rainbows? Well, all the robots in the lab don’t like it! They make fun of Jimbo who can’t do anything right. The one thing Jimbo CAN do is fart rainbows! This kid’s book for ages 3-7 is a heartwarming tale about finding your place in this world and the benefits of being different.
The Boy with the Potato Head: A true wish ($1.99) by Rachael Komen: Will Cedric find the old mysterious man? To change his head back to normal? This is a story of twin brothers with lessons of jealousy and delinquency. It is well suited for children age 6-12
Alex the NOT SO Great (The NOT SO Chapter Books Book 1) ($2.99) by Liam Murphy: They’re out to get him and he keeps getting beat by a… girl! While trying to sort out the difference between imagination and real-life, Alex has to dodge the bullies, and come to terms… with Erica! Action-packed, fun, and exciting, Alex the NOT SO Great is an adventure you’re sure to love. Grab a copy and join Alex’s adventure today!
Two Monsters and Me – Everybody Gets Angry ($0.99) by George Nesty: A Fun Picture Children’s Book about Anger Management. How to change anger to fun or just calm a negative feeling in a child? “Two Monsters and Me” comes to your help, using simple and fun activities! This anger management book for kids is the perfect tool for transforming those negative feelings into a calming experience.
Adventure to Mars: Rocket Kids (Earth’s Youngest Explorers Discover the Galaxy Book 1) ($3.99) by Lizzie Lipman: Making history as the first humans to land on Mars, Neil and Kate, two kid astronauts discover much more than they had planned after landing on the red planet. This young reader chapter book is woven with interesting facts about space and will teach readers about the universe in a way that is both entertaining and easily absorbed.
Eddie Versus the Shadow Shifters: in the Battle for Christmas (The Adventures of Eddie Book 1) ($0.99) by Brandon Stevenson: After moving to a new town just days before Christmas, an adventurous boy named Eddie stumbles on a portal which transports him to the North Pole! There he learns of the evil Shadow Shifters who are trying to steal the memory of Christmas from his new home. With the help of his new friends, Eddie devises a plan that they hope will save Christmas!
Bubble School: Back to Class ($2.99) by Matthew Wilson: Second grade is not what Theo expected when the wuzu virus came to town. Wacky and outrageous! Fun, hilarious, and heart-felt. Illustrations throughout to keep any early reader entertained in this short chapter book. Families are loving this book!
Melody Finch ($0.99) by Ian Boyd and Gary Luck: Melody Finch is a story about drought along Australia’s river system, as seen through the eyes of its native wildlife. 12-year-old Melody Klomp turns into a Diamond firetail finch and flies from Queensland to South Australia, where she battles a greedy net fisherman and his pet osprey, Silverclaw. Along the way, she meets many amazing animals.
Les Desirable: Secrets Never Die (Middle School Book 6) ($0.99) by Dennis E. McGowan: There’s a crisis at school — a GIRL wants to join Les Desirable’s secret Boys Club. Then Les learns that Principal Butcher used to live in the house where Les does now. Creepy! Les digs up BURIED TREASURE! Quiet! It’s a secret! Psst! You do want to know, don’t you? Les Desirable: Secrets Never Die is a funny story for children ages 9–12.
The Great Pumpkin Ride (The Holiday Series Book 2) ($0.99) by Laura Hesse: If you camped out at a haunted cabin in the woods on Halloween night, would you leave your horse saddled? For a group of teens, a spooky ride to Pumpkin Alley with friends and family on Halloween night turns into the adventure of a lifetime. “A glorious romp filled with adventure, suspense, humor, and mystery.” – Literary Review. Also in audiobook.