Jack Mathias and the Boonetown Bandits ($2.99) by G.M. Savage: Jack Mathias and the Boonetown Bandits is a coming-of-age adventure story set in the lush wilderness. Jack and his two companions must battle dangerous wildlife, whitewater rapids, and violent criminals to find centuries-old treasure. In the journey, they learn a little about themselves and friendships along the way.
The Kindness Door ($1.99) by Joy Husted and Grace McKibbin: This heartwarming story teaches children all about the magic of kindness. Join Lerato the Tortoise as she witnesses others in need and is inspired to start her own kindness project.
The Secret of Four Notch ($2.99) by Tracy Sabin: When his family suddenly moves to Washington State, Danny can’t cope with the changes in his life. His discovery of a time portal tempts him to escape to a time when the indigenous peoples lived on the land, but he soon discovers that he’s stuck in a very different time and must learn to cope with even bigger changes before he finds a way home.
The Courage Tunnel (Good Reminder Series) ($1.99) by Joy Husted and Grace McKibbin: This delightful story will inspire children to feel more courageous. There are 24 pages in this book. This book is ideal for children aged 3-8 years old.
What Do the Stars See? On the Farm ($1.99) by Molly Smith: What DO the stars see when they look down on Earth? Join star friends Astro, Starsky, and Cosmo as they visit with their Earth friends. This story endorses kindness and unity.
Save The World! (Bedtime Stories Book 8) ($0.99) by Ingo Blum: Once there was a boy. He was a victim of war. He had to run away with his parents from the place he was born. On his way, he met a soldier who said to him, “Save the world! It’s the only planet that has chocolate!” A story about life and what it is all about, about humanity and finding your way, with joyful illustrations from Ira Baykovska.
Whoo-Hoo Don’t Sleep At Night? ($2.99) by Reflection Line, Amaya Calma, and Kate Eliz: A cozy bedtime book that takes the reader through a peaceful, quiet night with a family of owls. This book is a lyrical and deeply heartfelt love letter to the natural world on a child’s level.
My Cat Brother, Sterling ($0.99) by Mayra Hernandez: My Cat Brother, Sterling tells the story of Rocky the dog who wanted to have a brother, and Sterling the cat who wanted to be Rocky’s brother more than anything. So, Sterling took it upon himself to be that very thing. It’s a reflection of how we emulate those we love and admire.
I Am Confident ($2.99) by J L Sanchez: Inspire children to feel proud and comfortable with who they are! I Am Confident serves as a reminder that confidence can still be built among the feelings of anxiety, shyness, and fear. It is an invitation for children to celebrate themselves as they navigate the ups and downs of life.
Twins’ Enchanted Adventures: The Long-Lost Sisters and the Friendship Pearl ($0.99) by Aanya SN: How many oceans would you cross for family? When Olivia meets Emily, a girl who lives beneath the waves, it’s almost like she is looking into a mirror! The Long-Lost Sisters and the Friendship Pearl is a mystery book with fantasy and suspense influences about two sisters who were separated when they were little.
Nick and You?: A Story About NICU ($4.99) by Temple Terrace: Nick and You?: A Story About NICU is a heartwarming children’s book inspired by my twin grandsons who were born into NICU. As I pondered, observing other families in NICU, it occurred to me that the adults and staff are all conversing, but what about the mind of another small child? This book is for the siblings of those born into NICU.
The Mysterious Bat-Bee (Thomas and Julia’s Magical Adventures Book 1) ($0.99) by C. S. Ferdinand: One terrible day, Thomas and Julia’s grandfather is stung by a strange insect with the body of a bee and the wings of a bat. In order to find a cure for Grandpa, Thomas and Julia embark on an adventure that leads them into the Forbidden Forest; a mysterious place, with dark forces and magical creatures, and where danger lurks…
Suzie Buttler’s First Day of School ($1.99) by Brett Van Valkenburg: Life is a challenge for Suzie Buttler, a spirited little girl who was born in the shape of a butt. (Yes, you read that right!) Her older brother is a brat, and her classmates can be callous, but, with tenacity and ingenuity, Suzie is determined to rise above the bullies and show everyone that she is more than just a butt.
Take Away My Anger: Picture Book About How to Manage Angry Early Child Aged 4-8 ($2.99) by Rafiq Yousufzai and Sameem Habibi: In this rhyming story, John faces situations when he becomes angry and learns how to self-control his anger. By reading John’s story, your child aged 4-8 years will learn how to self-control their anger. Beautiful color illustrations – the story engages children with big illustrations for each specific situation when John becomes angry and how he manages his anger. Simple and easy to understand.
The World Out of Time (The Books of Bibylonia) ($3.99) by Heather Primm: Annie saved the world last year. So, it seems like she ought to be able to relax, go to camp with her best friend Jay, and just enjoy being a kid. Unfortunately, it’s just not that simple when you’re a hero. Bibylonia’s in trouble again, and it’s up to Annie and her friends to solve the mystery.
The Corbulon Chronicles: The Legend of the Spacejumper ($0.99) by Paulus Maasalo: The events are set in motion when Miya, a 12-year-old orphan living on a foreign planet of Alpha Mion, realizes she can spacejump short distances. Suddenly the tales about ancient gods and their special powers become very real, and Miya finds herself on a dangerous space adventure beyond her wildest dreams. But will she ever learn her true origin?
Inspiring Stories for Amazing Girls ($0.99) by Maggie Bell: Feed your little girl’s mind with a collection of inspiring stories made to forge her character and personality, feed her self-esteem, become more confident, always find courage, enhance the friendship value, and protect the gift of kindness.
The Flying Tree (Bedtime Stories Book 2) ($0.99) by Ingo Blum: A vivid short story about the importance of home and what we love so much… On a hill, there stood a tree. He felt lonely and bored and wanted to break free. “I wish I could fly up in the sky and see the world from above – from this place, I want to flee.” For all children ages 3-7.
Don’t Be Scared! Não te Assustes! (Kids Learn Portuguese Book 4) ($0.99) by Ingo Blum: Are you a parent or a teacher who wants to help kids learn a new language? If so, this book is for you! Help your kids 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? For kids learning English or Portuguese as a second language.
Happy As A Bird ($3.99) by Mutindi Kitili: If you’re looking for a “Hakuna Matata” experience, we recommend Happy as a Bird! A refreshing thriller featuring tasty poems and rhymes served with generous portions of short stories and illustrations. Get ready for a memorable ride as you read about BFF, magical Kenya, animal land gone crazy, mouse poem, etc.
Katie’s Most Perfect Day (Katie and Queenie Book 2) ($2.99) by Averie Rousseau: Katie’s Most Perfect Day is a wholesome story that is both relatable and inspirational. It is a tale of Katie’s path to achieving resilience and self-confidence. She must learn the navigational skills to confront and overcome her fear and shyness. This is author Averie Rousseau’s follow-up to her widely acclaimed book, Queenie Lost Circus Dog.
Exciting Stories For Remarkable Boys ($0.99) by Irene Lowe: With a delightful collection of 7 short and fun children’s stories, this lovely book is a brilliant way to inspire kids to read while imparting valuable moral lessons that will stick with them for a lifetime. Bursting with flowing prose and plenty of relatable, real-life situations, Exciting Stories For Remarkable Boys helps boys and girls ages 6-8 learn to deal with the challenges!
Fun and Amazing Facts for Kids ($1.99) by Ronny the Frenchie: Set off on a journey of discovery with Ronny the Frenchie, everyone’s favorite canine friend – he’s got an insane sense of humor and his nose to the ground, sniffing out the most interesting trivia. Did you know a frog drinks water through its skin? Or that your ears keep on growing and never stop?! Find out why we don’t end up looking like Dumbo!
Mama and Lil’Cub (Karen R Lacy Children’s Books) ($1.99) by Karen R Lacy: This story is an opportunity to peek into a mother bear’s task of raising her son. She teaches him many things, including how to find food and about people. Despite her warnings, though, Lil’ Cub gets too close to where people live. Will she be able to help him out of trouble? Has he learned a lesson?
Katie Saves Penguie (Karen R Lacy Children’s Books) ($1.99) by Karen R Lacy: Little Penguie suddenly needs rescue when an ice break separates him from the other penguins. His family and friends help. Wally Walrus, Gail the Seal, and even Katie the Killer Whale assist in saving Penguie. His emergency seems to take a scary turn once Sharky notices him alone. Will he be rescued in time?
A Day with Farmer John (Karen R Lacy Children’s Books) ($1.99) by Karen R Lacy: Farmer John is busy completing his chores each day as he interacts with his friends, the animals. Feeding and watering the steers, chickens, pigs, goats, and milk cows is part of his daily work. But Farmer John is not alone in the tasks to be done. He and his family always have a positive attitude and enjoy time together. Farm life is the best life.
The Secrets of Windy Hill (Becoming Jesse Book 2) ($2.99) by Patsie McCandless: Today is the day. Jesse O’Neil is embarking on his quest to find his disappeared grandmother, Jessica, on a remote island in New England. He has solved every puzzle, uncovered every secret, saved every penny, and planned every detail. He is ready to go, sure that nothing can go wrong. But, oh, how very mistaken he is. First, Jesse has to get out of jail.
How I Become A Stranger to Anger ($2.99) by Rafiq Yousufzai and Sameem Habibi: The book is written as a rhyming storyline for children to control their anger. It provides beautiful and easy-to-understand illustrations of activities to control anger at an early age in children. The book also provides research-based activities that parents and children can perform to control and manage anger outbursts in children. The book is written by a medical professional with MD and PhD.
We Rescued Rusty (Karen R Lacy Children’s Books) ($1.99) by Karen R Lacy: Everyone at the doggy park loves cute little Rusty the Pomeranian. One day a human was spotted trying to run away with Rusty in his arms. All his friends – of varying breeds, such as a Beagle, Powder-puff Chinese Crested, Yorkie, Husky, and Border Collie – worked as a team to search for and save Rusty. Did they find Rusty in time?
Inspiring Stories for Amazing Boys ($0.99) by Carol Honey: These are stories really created to stimulate children’s curiosity and create dialogue between children and parents in order to reflect on important aspects of everyday life.