Noodlez the Worm: Noodlez’ Big Mistakes ($2.99) by Julia Marku: Get ready to meet Noodlez the Worm, the charming character brought to life in the pages of ‘Noodlez’ Big Mistakes’, the first book in Julia K. Marku’s new series. This delightful book follows Noodlez on a particularly bad day, as he makes one big mistake after another. But with a little creativity, Noodlez comes up with a plan to fix his mistakes.
Tamim: The Passover Lamb (Rain Gardens Book 2) ($1.99) by Leland Gamson: Miriam is overjoyed when she is given a lamb to raise for Passover. As she falls in love with Tamim, how long can her parents delay telling her she is raising him to be sacrificed? How will Miriam react when they finally tell her? Who has the power to save Tamim?
Gerry The Likable: Story of Cyberbullying ($0.99) by Al Tran: Everyone seems to know about Coolsocial, a fun social media app, except Gerry, and this gets him teased by Adam and his friends. So Gerry decides to follow suit, eager and ready to make some new online friends. But things don’t turn out the way he had hoped, and all he can do now is what he loves most – give Mr. Bottles, some belly rubs.
Help Tom and Tina Learn the ABC ($2.99) by Cheri Lawrence: A great tool for learning the ABCs. Fun colorful artwork. It is more of an activity book that a parent and child will enjoy using. A great way to spend some quality time together!
Adira: Mission Tritan (Alligator Book 2) ($0.99) by Vinay Gupta Chimakurthy: There is no time to relax. Soon after saving her kingdom, Aqualean, from an evil alligator, a new problem arises. Adira and her team are now ready to solve the mystery of King Tritan’s disappearance. Tritas is an ally of Aqualean, and Tritan is her father’s best friend. Adira and her team are on a new mission now. Mission Triras.
Micky, Molly, and the Easter Bunny: The Bunny Explains Easter Simply ($4.99) by Sharon Lynn: Mickey and Molly go to an Easter egg hunt. Molly isn’t sure she will be allowed to participate in the hunt because she has not been a good girl all of the time. Mickey thinks she is being silly, of course she can participate. They wonder why the Easter egg hunt is always at a church and what the connection is between the egg hunt, the bunny, and the church. The bunny fills them in on this…
The Keeper of Portals ($0.99) by V S Nelson: Middle-grade time split portal fantasy with a boy from the present day and a girl from the 17th century. When Martin’s family inherits a mansion that’s overhanging a cliff, he learns that everything from dust to time itself is controlled by its own keeper. Together with Isabel, he must save the future from the twisted Keeper of Questions.
Ghosts of Mars: The Adventures of Eva Knight ($3.57) by Stuart White: 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 on the red planet, she must overcome the ‘ghosts of Mars’ to save him. The Martian for Middle-Grade readers!
Cameron’s Clutter: A Children’s Story Book about Donating Toys ($2.99) by Rachel Davis: Cameron’s Clutter is about a young boy who wants a new toy but already has so many. This is when his mom introduces the concept of donating. It’s a fantastic and simplified way to teach littles about donating their toys to both downsize and help others!
Sophie’s Ballerina Dream ($0.99) by J.P. Anthony Williams: A heart-warming story for children about a young girl named Sophie who dreamt of becoming a ballerina. With the help of a magical fairy, Sophie learns the important lesson of believing in herself and taking chances. Perfect for parents looking to inspire their kids to chase their dreams and overcome their fears.
The Simple Rules for April Fools ($0.99) by Clay Tucker: Monday morning here we go, another dog and pony show. But if your kid has got he frets, this book will leave you with no regrets. For it can brighten up a cloudy day, in a rather silly way. And timely are its many jewels, for this week does end in April Fools!!!
Pirate Tiger and the Great Treasure ($1.99) by Heather Frederick: Pirate Tiger and the Great Treasure is a charming tale for children aged 5-8 that teaches the value of friendship, brotherhood, and generosity in an exciting adventure. Join Pirate Tiger and his crew on an adventurous journey to find the greatest treasure of all time. Get it now at a reduced price for a limited time.
The Amazing Adventures of MouMou & Friends (Episode 1) ($2.99) by Sara Momtaz: Meet MouMou, an extraordinary girl who just happens to have an extra chromosome, along with her best pals Enzo the magical cat, and Harvey the supersonic puppy. MouMou and her very special friends all have incredible superpowers that are revealed throughout the stories.
Coffee Cats ($0.99) by Amber Foster: Cats and coffee, what’s not to love? This fun picture book is purrfect for kids and adults alike! Filled with cute images of cats expressed as different forms and flavors of coffee, it is sure to become a favorite.
Katie and Queenie’s Winning Day ($1.99) by Averie Rousseau: #1 Amazon New Release and third book of Averie Rousseau’s acclaimed trilogy: Katie and Grandma were looking forward to an uneventful beautiful day at the park training Queenie. Unbeknownst to them were twists and turns galore that would make the day and days ahead truly unforgettable.“So many wins in so many ways in this adventure” (Reader review)
The Unbirthday Party (Alice & Friends in Wonderland Book 1) ($2.99) by Charity Tober: The Unbirthday Party is the first book in the Alice & Friends in Wonderland early reader chapter book series. Follow along with Alice and her friends, Harper, the niece of a wacky hat maker, and Jack, the Prince of Hearts, as they plan an unbirthday party for the Queen of Hearts to cheer her up after the Cheshire Cat sends her into one of her legendary temper tantrums.
Lucy and the Enchanted Forest ($0.99) by J.P Anthony Williams: Introduce your child to the magical world of “Lucy and the Enchanted Forest”, a captivating children’s picture book perfect for early readers. Get an amazing free Coloring Book with every purchase or KU borrow. Inspire your child’s love for reading and let their imagination run wild! Unlock the magic with “Lucy and the Enchanted Forest”!
The Travelers Detective Club (Books 1-3) ($0.99) by Sussi Voak: Kids travel the world solving mysteries with the help of magical creatures. Follow Jeremy and Devon as they travel to Portugal, Paris and the San Francisco Bay Area searching for clues, evading rivals and saving historic landmarks. But what to do when one of them is kidnapped? What about when one is shrunk to the size of a miniature action figure?
Koda and The Big Red Sun ($3.99) by M.G. Loir: Come along with Koda the Polar Bear on an exciting journey to rescue her Arctic habitat in this touching book for kids. When Koda sees the sun turning red and the ice melting, she realizes that she must act quickly to combat climate change. Koda shows incredible courage and resolve as she travels to the city to spread her message and encourage others to make positive changes.
12 Original Nursery Rhymes for Kids ($2.99) by Humpty Scribbles: Introducing a book of 12 original nursery rhymes perfect for children aged 3-6 years old! These rhymes capture the imagination and teach early literacy skills like language development and listening comprehension. Easy to learn and fun to sing, this book also fosters parent-child bonding. Makes a great gift!
Wash, Wash, Wash Your Hands! (Toddler educational books Book 1) ($0.99) by Amanda Hembrow: Do you want to teach your kid the importance of handwashing? Do you want them to learn with a great short story? Then this is the book for you, where right from teaching them to wash hands before eating anything to how germs get stuck to our hands which are not visible with the naked eyes it got it all.
The Memoir That Makes You Go Mmm ($0.99) by B Turnquest: Mckenzie-Morgan has an odd fascination, and from this she mastered a skill that involves manipulating most of her sentences with her favorite consonant. As you read her memoir, for multiple reasons, (awed, doubtful, meditative and maybe because you can taste scrumptious food in your mouth), you will certainly go mmm.
Dream Knights: The Gate ($3.99) by E. Barron: Doctor Strange meets Inception when kids control their astral forms through their dreams. This engaging sequel to Dream Knights: The Network is perfect for fans of A Wrinkle in Time and middle grade fantasy books.
Hide and Seek Alphabet: With Australian Animals ($3.99) by Anna Finch: Learn the names and sounds of some of Australia’s unique wildlife as they hide on the page through the alphabet. From A-Z, can you find where the Australian animals are hiding?
The Infected Faculty (The Claiborne Elementary Files Book 1) ($2.99) by Kip Keith: Claiborne Elementary appears to be an institute of learning, but it is actually a platform for villainous scientists He and She to conduct questionable experiments on the students and faculty. However, they did not plan on a small group of friends banding together to thwart their plans at every turn…
Arti Smarty ($0.99) by Wes Snowden: A delightful collection of sixty unique short stories for the younger set. This groundbreaking, genuine collaboration between the author and his artificial intelligence friend, Arti Smarty, combines entertainment and learning in one fast-paced, easy-to-read package. Every story has a satisfying conclusion and a few entertaining words of wisdom by Arti.
Peter and The Planets: Adventures in The Solar System ($2.99) by H.Z Childbooks: Are you ready to blast off on a space adventure? If so, then you and your little ones are in for a treat with this amazing children’s book that will take you on a journey through the planets and the solar system! With stunning illustrations and easy-to-understand language, this book is perfect for young readers who are curious about the mysteries of space. Your child will learn all about each!
Mellie the Mermaid: Is NOT Scared of ANYTHING ($3.99) by Anna Finch: Mellie the Mermaid is not scared of anything. She is not scared of whales, eels, or octopi with bright blue rings. As little Mellie ventures alone to explore the deep dark blue, will her bravado hold or are there dangers about which she still doesn’t have a clue?
Learning your ABC In a ‘green’ world ($2.99) by Naomi Shoshani: This book is intended to help pre-school and first-grade children recognize and acquire the letters of the alphabet through visualization in an enjoyable and easy manner. Children who are having difficulty learning to read can also greatly benefit from this book.
Mommy’s Smile ($4.99) by Lenora L. Wright: Mommy’s Smile is a children’s book about postpartum struggles. We use books to teach important lessons like anti-bullying, grief, how to be a good big sibling, etc. But what happens when mommy isn’t smiling?
Liam’s Adventures in Space (Dream Weaver Tales: Children Picture Books (Ages 4-6)) ($0.99) by J.P Anthony Williams: Blast off to another planet with “Liam’s Adventures in Space”, a thrilling children’s picture book (ages 3 to 6). Follow Liam as he embarks on a journey to discover the wonders of a new planet. The perfect bedtime story for your little adventurer. Ignite a love of science and space in your child with “Liam’s Adventures in Space”!
Adventure of the Brave Cats and More (A Just for Fun Story) ($1.99) by Sharon Lynn: Brother and sister, Mickey and Molly, set out on a cruise vacation. While having a fun tropical island picnic, they realize they have been left behind by the ship. The island seems scary, and Mickey is ready to battle to keep them safe. They find that there are others on the island and there is a volcano that is about to erupt. The new friends must work together to leave the island for safety.