Becoming Jesse: Celebrating the Everyday Magic of Childhood ($2.99) by Patsie McCandless: 2020 FAMILY CHOICE & MOM’S CHOICE AWARD winner makes a great gift! Celebrate the everyday magic of childhood when you read this with your family. Jesse O’Neil is an orphan boy raised by his grandmother Dearie, an Irish gypsy who owns a theater in 1950’s NYC, and his uncle. At age 6, Jesse embarks on a quest to find his “disappeared” grandmother.
Billy Mouse’s Christmas Stocking ($0.99) by Cheryl Campbell: An awesome read for children on Christmas Eve as everywhere they are waiting for Santa to arrive. And it will even give a whole new meaning to that mouse that may be in your house!
When Kittens Go Viral ($0.99) by Darcy Pattison: Quiet on the set! Come behind the scenes of your favorite cat videos in this funny adventure for chapter book and intermediate readers. The Majestic Kennels, home to the famous cats of KittyTube, welcomes a new kitten, Angel Persian. Will Angel follow in her parent’s footsteps to become a Kittytube sensation?
Good Deeds Gone Wrong ($0.99) by Ruthie Godfrey: Beautifully illustrated children’s book based on the Great Kindness Challenge, popular with kids throughout the world. Stephen loves showing kindness and quickly learns the meaning of the old saying, “No good deed goes unpunished.” You’ll laugh, you’ll cringe, and you’ll wonder, “Why doesn’t he give up already?!” Sure to inspire and entertain!
Doc Daring (Bubble School Book 2) ($0.99) by Matthew Wilson: This comic-style children’s chapter book packs a punch to celebrate frontline workers! Just when Theo was getting used to his wacky “new normal,” his friends are suddenly in danger! It’s everything Principal Paine warned about. Strand monsters are multiplying everywhere. Luckily brave medical and janitor superheroes protect the school. But can they save the day?
The Snow Pony Mystery ($0.99) by Angharad Thompson Rees: A winter ride in the snow turns into an exciting adventure when Emily and her friends get lost in a wild blizzard. The three friends will need more than luck to get home safely – they’ll need magic and a little help from the mysterious snow pony. But how can they believe in something they are convinced lives only in their imagination?
Santa in a Snow Globe ($2.99) by A.H. Edelman: Why is Santa sitting behind a clear protective barrier? How can parents explain to children that, even though some things will be different this year, Christmas magic remains the same? Let Santa do it! Santa in a Snow Globe is the origin story of how and why St. Nick will be found sitting “in a place that is clear and quite round” when families come to share their wish lists this holiday.
Ready, Set, Sloth! ($1.99) by Janey Merry: Good things come from going your own speed. Filled with a cast of atypical animals—from South America, not the neighborhood—Ready, Set, Sloth! will attract millennial parents who crave diversity, education, and emotion in children’s picture books. Sloth will introduce children to the Amazon rainforest, push their vocabulary, and inspire empathy.
Let’s Explore! The Vehicles of the Town ($0.99) by Jolas Wittler: FREE Audio-Book Inside! Kids can be so fascinated when they spot a fire engine, a big truck, or an excavator. Take a journey and explore the vehicles and places in the city from morning to night! Extra-fun for kids: Your copy contains a free audio-book with real-life sounds! Don’t miss out on this!
Jacob’s Tales ($0.99) by Loreta Yono: A collection of short stories that contains important life lessons (from learning to share, not gossiping, believing in people, no stealing, having friendships, and also being thankful). This book could be a useful tool for teaching life skills to any grade level.
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.