Time Travelers of the Caribbean (Shawn From the Shed Book 2) ($2.99) by Alan Frost: Sometimes to beat a pirate, you have to become a pirate. Johnny, Ella, and Shawn travel back to the Golden Age of Piracy, where they find themselves at odds with one of the most feared pirates of the Caribbean. Split up, stranded, and with many innocent lives in their hands, can two orphans and a quirky inventor change the course of history?
Pameroy Mysteries (Books 1-10) ($1.99) by Brenda Felber: The TEN BOOKS in this box set will give kids a summer full of reading adventures! Readers are taken across America as each book is set in a different state. Local histories weave throughout the mysteries… from the Alamo in Texas to the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina… from the Black Hills of South Dakota to Mackinaw Island in Michigan.
Potato Potato Potato ($1.99) by Melissa Bastow: Super silly potatoes doing super silly things. Couch potatoes, mashed potatoes, fried potatoes, and potatoes who take their potato girlfriends to prom – this book has it all! The cute and simple illustrations and lighthearted text make this book a favorite for parents and kids!
Unlegendary Dragon: The Magical Kids of Lore ($0.99) by R.L. Ullman: From the bestselling author of Epic Zero comes a magical new series about a misfit kid and his friends who are destined to protect the world as mighty, mythical creatures! Don’t miss the first book in this hilarious, fast-paced series that will entertain kids 8-12. “Magnificent, magical, and irresistible.” -5-stars, Readers’ Favorite.
Sparkle Light Lollipop Girl: The Royal Race ($2.99) by Chris Barber: Sparkles, Magic, Attitude, and Fast Cars. Looking for your child’s next bedtime adventure that you will both fall in love with? Join Sparkle Light Lollipop Girl at the Royal Race when an unexpected event causes havoc to everyone in Sparkle City.
The Scientific Adventures of the Sugimori Sisters ($0.99) by Brigid Collins: Sixth-grader Ellen Sugimori just wants to be a normal kid. First-grader Risako Sugimori wants to be a scientist. From crash landings on the surface of Mars to unintended travels through time, from undersea explorations to malfunctioning multiplier machines, getting back home in time for dinner always takes some drastic measures!
The Child of Fire and Earth ($0.99) by Barry Ryerson: ON SALE TODAY ONLY! Hew accidentally becomes a magician and fights to stop magic from disappearing before the world ends. The thing is… what can a nearly eleven-year-old do? “Has the wit of Terry Practhett, the fantasy feel of Neil Gaiman.” Perfect fantasy adventure for 8-12-year-olds.
Full Moon Series Boxset (Books 1-4) ($0.99) by D.A. McGrath: A coming-of-age fantasy adventure series about a girl who discovers that shapeshifters and curses are devastatingly real. Will she be able to solve a generations-old puzzle and break the curse before it kills again?
No More April Fools (ChickieQuack Book 1) ($2.99) by Missy Polly: Always be on the lookout! April 1st is April Fools’ Day. Either you want to play pranks or get pranked. Let’s find out what Kirby and Colby have planned for each other!
The Girl, the Guardian, and the Gate (Annie’s Adventures in Bibylonia Book 1) ($3.99) by Heather Primm: Annie’s life is pretty miserable right now. Targeted by bullies at school, all she wants is to be able to defend herself like the characters in the stories she loves. But when Annie falls asleep at night, she wakes up in a fantasy world born of her own imagination. In that world, Annie always knows exactly what to do. In that world, she’s a hero.
There’s an N on Your Nose ($1.99) by Dennis Canfield: Delightful illustrations that look great on a Kindle bring to life an enjoyable poem. The combination of pictures and text in this book will help early and pre-readers begin to make the connection between sounds, letters, and words in a way that will be fun for both parent and child.
The Squirrel that Watched the Stars (Starry Stories Book 1) ($0.99) by Tom Kerss and Anni Betts: A curious squirrel stays up at night, longing to know more about the stars. His questions are answered by a very unlikely, magical visitor, who shares her knowledge to teach him everything he wants to know. This charming bedtime story set in London will take little stargazers on a journey of imagination to learn about the wonders of the night sky.
Becoming Brave: How Little Buffalo Finds Courage ($0.99) by Jed Jurchenko and Nina Mkhoiani: Help your child find their courage, be brave, and do hard things. Children will learn how to identify their storm, take deep buffalo breaths, think like a buffalo, and stick with their herd as they tackle the challenges that come their way. Becoming Brave is an excellent book to help your child finish out the school year strong!
Who You Are ($3.99) by Jessi Hersey: From the creative mind of Jessi Hersey comes an adventure in finding oneself in a place where voices of others can take over what your heart is truly telling you. This is meant for children 3 years of age and up and is perfect for those questions as you’re learning who you are. We are all constantly learning about ourselves. Come on a journey in this story of Jaylin.
Betsy’s Adventure (Karen R Lacy Children’s Books) ($1.99) by Karen R Lacy: One beautiful sunny morning, Betsy decides to take a walk. Along her journey, she picks wildflowers and visits several friends, including Mrs. Robin, Reggie Squirrel, and Mrs. Bunny’s family. Her adventure is not without a few scary incidents involving a kitten, a big dog, Bully the bullfrog, and Snaky. Won’t you join Betsy in this adventure?
Queenie Lost Circus Dog (Katie and Queenie Book 1) ($2.99) by Averie Rousseau: #1 Amazon Bestseller in its category, Queenie Lost Circus Dog is an enchanting, beautifully illustrated story based on a true chapter from the childhood of Averie Rousseau’s mother. Katie is surprised with a puppy for her seventh birthday. Grandma decides that this is the perfect time to tell Katie the story of how she came to adopt her first dog.
What Is Happiness? ($0.99) by Alex Fabller: This book is the perfect gift for a little girl that adores stories about unicorns. You can read it to help her talk about happiness, and let her express her feelings and what it would mean to her. The book is written in plain language, it is easy to read, and its illustrations are a kind of real magic!
Zoe the Crab: Lost on the Beach ($0.99) by Lucia Matuonto: Zoe is a funny little crab who lives on the beach with her family and looks forward to making new friends. She is afraid of exploring the beach because she always needs to run away from humans and other predators. Surviving dangerous situations is even more difficult for someone who walks sideways and needs help from others. In an accident, she loses her claw and gets lost. Zoe has to struggle to face her fears and find her way home.
Whiz Tanner and the Phony Masterpiece (Tanner-Dent Mysteries Book 1) ($0.99) by Fred Rexroad: Sixth-graders Whiz Tanner and Joey Dent tangle with big-city art thieves in their first major case since starting the Tanner-Dent Detective Agency. Whiz and Joey, using their self-built Crime Lab in an underground bunker, examine clues and solve a crime that the authorities aren’t sure was even committed. First in the Tanner-Dent mystery series.
Maeve and the Second Lockdown and then the Third Lockdown ($0.99) by Linda Lacey: A second and then a third lockdown? Could anything be worse? Would it be possible NOT to be totally fed up? Will Christmas and Maeve’s birthday be any fun? And how can one little cat cause so much trouble? Be sure to buy ‘Maeve and the Second Lockdown and then the Third Lockdown’ today and begin reading this illustrated and very amusing little book.
Aya and the Firecats: The Journey Begins ($4.95) by Gunhild Jensen: If you love cats, don’t miss this magical fantasy story! Aya Gatherer has only one dream: to become a rider and guardian of the magical Firecats. When a mysterious evil threatens the safety of her favorite cat, Aya must set out on a secret mission… Engrossing fantasy magical land! 5 stars! (Kindle Customer) Exciting story! (Amazon Customer)
Me, My Dog, and a Sheep ($3.99) by Melissa A Mullamphy: Share the story of deep love between a boy and his beloved dog, and watch the love grow stronger following a tragic diagnosis from the doctor. Read how four-month-old dog, Grizzy, who has been ignored by all the customers at a pet store because of his age, is finally given a home by a father who wants to give a new best friend to his two-year-old son. A blossoming bond between the two ensues, with Grizzy becoming a cherished member of the family.
Rita and the Range ($1.99) by Ashmi Sengupta: An adventure fantasy tale for children – Rita, a 12-year-old, escapes her home to face the world on her own. What she encounters is surreal and beyond belief: incredible monsters, unexplained people, vanishing vehicles, and a long-lost magical land from long-forgotten dreams. Real or Unreal is the question which will keep readers on the edge.
Boing Went the Bouncy Baboon ($0.99) by Georgia Oh: Meet Becky! She’s a boisterous baboon, who makes all kinds of funny noises and gets herself into all kinds of messes as she boings through her day. Her exuberance can sometimes be annoying to Mamma, Dad, and Teacher too, but at the end of the day, they all love their bouncy baboon. You will too!