Emily and the Infinite Love ($2.99) by James June: Enter the world of ‘Emily and the Infinite Love,’ a heartwarming journey that gently explores the enduring tapestry of family bonds. Accompany Emily, a young mouse, as her father shares the wisdom of life’s simple pleasures. Within the pages, you’ll find Emily’s heartwarming realization of the timeless love she shares with her family, a discovery that resonates with both parents and children.
Shelby’s Horse-Filled Summer ($0.99) by Marty Kay Jones: The riders of Old Quarry Lake Farms are enjoying their summer together. Newcomer Shelby Simone and her friends Katherine Wilson and Rose Jensen spend all of their free time hanging out at the barn and exploring the town.
Neither This Nor That ($2.99) by Ginny Shepard: Great read aloud for the little ones! READ NOW and find out how a cloud-spotting game turns into something else altogether! Join the winning monkey duo Darwin and Maverick as they look for an answer.
Marlon Finds a Way (Marlon’s Marvelous Adventures Book 1) ($1.99) by Dan Bailes: Can a cat and sparrow ever be friends? Marlon has a plan and it’s about to take off! You’ll laugh at Marlon’s merry mischief and Silky’s cool quips in this cozy cat adventure about self-reliance, building trust and gaining a friend. A fun story with practical skills for solving problems and taming a temper. Perfect for kids 6-9 and cat lovers too!
Inspiring Stories for Girls (Incredible Stories for Kids Book 1) ($0.99) by Ruby Hart: Are you ready to unlock your full potential and embrace your unique awesomeness? You are a fighter, a dreamer, and a trailblazer, and nothing can stop you from reaching for the stars! This book is your guide to unlocking the unstoppable you.
The Wolf and The Moon Seeker ($0.99) by Stephanie Teer: The story follows fourteen-year-old Mateo as he discovers the magical world of League Warriors. The book explores themes of identity, belief, and the power of determination in the face of adversity, making it a captivating read for upper middle-grade young fantasy enthusiasts.
I…Am…Cheetah! (The Wild Animal Kids Club 1) ($0.99) by Stephanie J. Teer: Five friends discover a secret magical portal and come face to face with wild cheetah cubs. I Am Cheetah is part of the Wild Animal Kids Series and was written for newly independent readers. The story is filled with rich characters, beautiful illustrations, witty kid dialogue, and a fast-paced plot. Ages 8-12.
The First 12 Days of Winter ($0.99) by Nancy Atkins: In a new twist on The 12 Days of Christmas, Carl the cardinal hangs an invite on the old fir tree for a 12-day Winter Solstice party. Two polar bears come. Then 3 caribou. Then 4 jolly snowman. Each day more creatures arrive to celebrate the return of the sun’s light. On the 12th day (Jan 1) all 66 creatures get a magical surprise as the sun rises.
I am a Penguin ($2.99) by Active Brains: “I am a Penguin” is a charming children’s book featuring real penguin photos, lively speech bubbles, and fascinating facts. Dive into the captivating world of penguins, exploring their lives, habitats, and playful behaviors. This book is a perfect gift to ignite a lifelong love for learning about our favorite swimming birds.
Sophie and the Magic Flower (The Magic Seeds Legend Book 1) ($2.99) by Gabriele Ewerts: An orphan girl on the run! A mysterious old man! A magical flower that connects them! With a promise of seeing her deceased brother again, Sophie agrees to help the old man, but he comes from an island she can reach only through a portal. On the island, she battles a powerful magician and finds the flower for the old man. Will Sophie stay alive long enough to bring the flower back to him?
Merry Christmas and a Happy End of the World ($0.99) by Iestyn Long: ‘Roast my parsnips and call me Brian. IT’S TIME TO SAVE CHRISTMAS!’ Jump into the blue and join Santa and his friends on a whirlwind adventure this Yuletide―suitable for the whole family and crammed with excitement, silliness, and Christmas magic! Be careful what you eat this Christmas; it might just come back and bite you. IT’S TURKEY TIME!
Haunted Hector’s Paranormal Activity Book ($4.00) by Arthur Short: Hector is a cat whose car breaks down outside a haunted house. Forced to stay the night, Hector and the reader must solve puzzles together and solve the house’s mysteries. Full of colorful illustrations and over a dozen puzzle’s ranging from simple to challenging, this book is fun for both children and adults.
The Extraordinary Curiosities of Ixworth and Maddox ($0.99) by J.D. Grolic: After Chloe befriends two magicians who run a shop of curiosities in London, one of them suddenly disappears — throwing her into a perplexing mystery that involves ancient sorcery, an age-old conspiracy, and a terrible prophecy… “An inventive book that offers wit [and] eccentric world-building” (Kirkus Reviews).
Living Green and the Smoke (Living Green Book 2) ($0.99) by Florian Bushy: Explore the magical world of Living Green and the Smoke, an award-winning children’s book. This fun journey will teach your child about Nature Conservation, Climate Change, and Friendship. Through Teamwork and Environmental Lessons, young readers discover the power of making a positive impact in their own community.
SANTA’S BIG MOVE ($1.99) by Jack Gillig & Darrell House: Santa’s home is flooding Global warming is melting the North Pole Santa, using his magic, cargo plane & cruise ship, must move You meet elves, dolphins, whales, penguins, an unbearable snowman, pirates Yes, there are pirates, even today! Why doesn’t Santa just throw everything into his sleigh & fly to his new home? Read the story to find out
Maddie Makes a Movie ($0.99) by Sonia Garrett: Meet Maddie! She’s quirky, cheeky, and fearless. Inspired by her stunt-performer dad, when Maddie has an idea, you’re in for a roller-coaster ride. She always has an ace up her sleeve and will leave you cheering her on from start to finish. Maddie Makes a Movie will delight mischievous 7 – 10 year olds while terrifying their wary parents!
CAMILLE, DAY of the DEAD and the MATADOR MURALIST ($2.99) by Mary Jane Overall: This book is a continuation of a series of books following Camille’s Art Adventures. This book focuses on Mexican Art and Culture looking at the practices for the Day of the Dead. This book was written with the help of Arturo Andrade, the son of the Matador Salvador Corona.
Big Changes for Emma Hope (Emma Hope Book 1) ($4.99) by Savannah Province: Check out Big Changes for Emma Hope! Emma is excited for third grade and to become a big sister. She will get to try Runners’ Club and a writing competition, too! When such fun awaits, can she keep her excitement when things don’t go exactly as planned?
In The Belly Of The Earth (Out Of Darkness Book 1) ($2.99) by Robert L. Fuller: Fred Platt is pretty much afraid of everything. He’d much prefer a good book over nasty adventures or annoying people. But what happens when such a boy all a sudden finds himself stuck on a camping trip with a bunch of bullies? And then, even worse, finds himself trapped in a cave with no clear way of escape? Fred must now face his myriad fears if he ever hopes to find his way back to the light.
Young Befana, A Christmas Tale ($4.99) by J. Piroli & Alice Pieroni: Embark on an enchanting journey with Befana as she meets Mary and Joseph in this heartwarming story. At first, she hesitates and sends them away, but quickly realizes her mistake. This captivating book shows us how kindness and forgiveness can change everything. Join Befana on this extraordinary adventure that teaches us about love and compassion.
The ABCs of Christmas (Holiday ABCs Book 1) ($3.99) by Suzan Johnson: The ABCs of Christmas is a picture book and a perfect book for parents of primary-aged kids in school. It makes learning easy, fun, and interesting. It is a good book for teachers and educators to introduce the alphabet and new words to children in classrooms. Parents and grandparents can read it to their children and grandchildren at bedtime.
Our Wild Kingdom of Animals Holiday Special Edition (Our Wild Kingdom Series) ($2.99) by Lucia & Carina Rodriguez: If you’re looking for a unique, educational, and entertaining children’s gift, then look no further. Our Holiday Edition books are going to delight your little one on Christmas day! Full of really weird and interesting facts, our animals talk about their lives in the wild in a personal manner. The Santa hats just makes them even more irresistible.
Flying High (Lindie Lou Adventure Series Book 1) ($4.99) by Jeanne Bender: Lindie Lou is an adorable puppy from St. Louis who loves adventure. She learns valuable life lessons, discovers what it’s like to find a best friend, travels above the clouds with a wise dog named Max, and arrives at her new home called the “Emerald City” (Seattle) where she is about to discover a whole new world.
The Adventures of Scotty Claus ($3.99) by David Scott Fields II: Nine-year-old Scotty has always wanted to meet Santa Claus. When that dream comes true, he gets to experience an adventure like no other. And before that magical night is over, Santa shares the true meaning of Christmas with Scotty – truths that will change the boy forever.
Elfis the Friendly Elf: The Fight for the North Pole ($1.99) by Waring Jones: In a festive face-off, Santa Claus battles Jack Frost for North Pole supremacy. Jack wields thunderbolt icicles, while Santa relies on kindness and love. With toys’ fate hanging in the balance, the North Wind referees this chilly showdown. Join Santa’s elves on a heartwarming quest to safeguard toy-making rights and unveil their enchanting origins.
Best Friends And Kindness ($2.99) by Linda Brendan: Best Friends And Kindness is an illustrated storybook. It contains three stories on kindness. In the first story, Pokie and Lucky worked together to reunite Lucky to his lost family. In the second, Bibie and Kidd rescued a baby bird that had fallen out of its nest. In the third, Unie and Harie helped rescue a family of rabbits from a burning house.
The Fairy of the Enchanted Lake (Stories from the Stars) ($2.99) by Kris Nedy: Michaela dreams of becoming the most beautiful girl in the world. One day, she finds the Enchanted Lake and meets a fairy who makes her wish come true. Before she knows it, Michaela lives in a fairytale. But inside her, an evil stirs, brought to life by the deal she made at the lake. Can she win the battle against the evil creature within her?
From Manger to Majesty ($3.99) by Latoya Shea: “From Manger to Majesty,” is a heartwarming Christmas book! With vivid storytelling and captivating illustrations, it shares the true meaning of the season, illuminating the journey from the humble manger to the grandeur of Christ’s majesty. Gift your family this enchanting reminder of God’s love today! ❤️
The Polar Bear and the Dragon: Dawn of an Alliance ($0.99) by Debbie Watson: The arrival of mysterious visitors draws two unsuspecting teens into a dangerous and magical world. Will Whitney & Edward risk everything to defend a distant realm and its young dragon prince from a formidable enemy? A Middle Grade Coming-of-Age Fantasy Adventure for ages 10-14.
Dojo in the Woods ($4.50) by Paul Yanuziello and Joshua Miller: Dojo in the Woods is a middle-grade chapter book about a dojo, a martial arts training center in the forest. The forest is fictional, and the characters are mostly animals, but they interact with humans, and sometimes, the stories are about the humans they have helped. The main character, Miko, is the sensei or master teacher of the school – a rugged black bear with a heart of gold.
10 Christmas Drama Workshops ($2.99) by Julie Meighan: 10 Christmas Drama Workshops for children is a fun-filled book for 5 to 10-year-olds, blending classic tales like ‘Rudolph’ and ‘Frosty’ with imaginative activities. It’s perfect for classrooms and drama clubs, fostering creativity, empathy, and teamwork, while introducing basic drama techniques. A festive and educational journey.
Rufous the Fox ($3.75) by Neil Cheesman: Rufous, a young fox, escapes hounds and finds himself far from home. Accompanied by Piccola, a vixen, he embarks on a journey filled with courage, compassion, and survival. Their tale unfolds in a world unknown to humans, where animals talk and communicate. They face perils like a fast-flowing river, a railway track, and fox hunters.
Christmas Stories on Stage ($2.99) by Julie Meighan: Christmas on Stage contains ten plays based on well known children’s Christmas stories. The plays in the collection are Rudolph: The Missing Reindeer, The Elves and the Shoemaker, Home for Christmas, Saint Bernadette, The Selfish Giant, The Little Match Girl, A Visit from Saint Nick, The Little Fir Tree, The Snowman and The Brave Tin Soldier.
Chinook: King of the North ($0.99) by P. J. Wesley: In 1910 Montana, twelve-year-old Will Oleson befriends a wild white wolf making him a target of unscrupulous trappers who will stop at nothing to possess the wolf’s valuable pelt. Determined and desperate, Will devises a plan to protect Chinook, little knowing it may cost them their lives. **Inspired by a true story.
Gigi’s Surprise Prediction ($0.99) by Liz Vega: Gigi’s Surprise Prediction follows the heartwarming journey of a lesser-known groundhog named Gigi. With dreams of stealing the spotlight from the famous Punxsutawney (punk/sue/taw/nay) Phil on Groundhog Day, Gigi invents a naughty plan that takes an unexpected turn.
Amo & Akka’s World Adventures (Book 1) ($3.99) by S. A. Edison: Amo and Akka, two adventurous siblings, are on a thrilling journey around the world in “Amo & Akka’s World Adventures”. This heartwarming and educational tale takes young readers on an extraordinary exploration of seven diverse countries, uncovering remarkable landmarks and immersing themselves in unique cultures.
Prickly Mrs. Pearl ($0.99) by Colleen Griffith: Prickly Mrs. Pearl is the story of a hedgehog who becomes prickly and turns to her friends for help. Shenanigans ensue. Inspired by her own experiences as well as her own family and friends’ struggles with social-emotional learning, Colleen Griffith seamlessly incorporates coping skills and calming techniques into this children’s story.
The Feats of Madeleine: Rescuing Scruffy ($0.99) by Jack Selvaggio: What she lacks in grades, she makes up for with adventuring spirit. Join Maddie, as she works her way from small-town kid to mighty hero. She and a pal plan to rescue a lost pup, Scruffy. Giving up is never an option for this fiery kid. And believing in yourself is an understatement.
Tea for Dragons ($1.99) by Kandi Wyatt: What would you serve a dragon if it came to your house for tea? Choose wisely or you’ll have an angry dragon on your hands, and you don’t want that! A whimsical tale of dragons and humans for kids of all ages.
Our Wild Kingdom of Ocean Animals Holiday Special Edition (Our Wild Kingdom Series Book 3) ($2.99) by Lucia and Carina Rodriguez: C’mon, what kid wouldn’t love a book about sharks, dolphins, and whales wearing Santa hats? Every page is fully decorated for Christmas! It’s got tons of interesting facts to educate and entertain kids for hours. In addition to a cool Glossary, we’ve also included 5 bonus coloring pages. All kids love animals and these animals are talking to the kids!
The Most Spectacular Traveling Box: A Sophie Mae Adventure ($0.99) by Mason Bell: There is nothing to eat and still less to keep her entertain…until the magical traveling box arrives. Sophie is magically transported to a house where the residents thrive despite the hunger and joblessness taking the country by storm. Where the impossible becomes a reality, a retired circus elephant can talk, a girl can go from invisible to visible and a boy can fly.
Beyond the Yellow Door ($2.99) by Jane E. Ruth: Yihana is a little girl who visits her uncle’s farm in the countryside. She is dubbed “Miss Curiosity” because of her questioning. She is intrigued by a spooky story about the yellow door in a nearby empty farmhouse. She proceeds to investigate. Can she overcome her fears and discover what is behind the yellow door? A surprise ending.
Hide and Seek Among the Stars: Journey Through the Planets ($4.99) by Giuliano Ciabatta: Learn the names of the planets with Maya! With “Hide and Seek Among the Stars,” children can embark on a learning journey that combines the thrill of discovery with the enchantment of storytelling. Free Content Online with a special QR code inside the book. Listen & Draw!
I Heard Christmas Whisper ($2.99) by Janice Garden Macdonald: A scruffy dog falls in love with a tiny Christmas tree, which he nurtures and cares for, only to discover that after Christmas it must go away. I Heard Christmas Whisper is a sweet reminder that while December 26 might feel sad, next year Christmas will return and it remains in our hearts all year long.
Charly Makes New Friends ($0.99) by Gabie Books: Little life lessons for young minds. Charly the Dragon’s Adventures starts off with the first in a series of children’s books focusing on courage, friendship, and kindness. It is a fun and colorful book in rhythm and rhyme, capturing the imagination in a special and creative way. This book makes for great reading and teaching opportunities.
Forest Secrets ($2.99) by Laurie Woodward: “A whimsical tale of adventure, loss, friendship, and triumph.” When a tree creature is alone, her home on the verge of destruction, Daisy Castillo sets off on a quest to save both. But the clock is ticking, and if she doesn’t act soon a mythical realm will be lost.
Pony Stories for Girls (Volume 1) ($4.99) by Suzy Crane: A delightful book of short stories about ponies and horse riding, which will whisk young hearts away on a series of fun and magical adventures. The first book in a series, readers will be captivated and compelled to continue reading.
Lorrie and Leon Learn about the Rainbow of Feelings (Lorrie and Leon Series) ($2.99) by Kyndra Leverington: Children’s book that introduces kids to identify their feelings and emotions through different situations with the help of a little girl named Lorrie and her best friend Leon, a cat that sometimes thinks he’s a lion. Written in a story line that rhymes, children find it fun to read or follow along.
Braidy von Althuis and the Pesky Pest Controller ($0.99) by Cassidy Dwelis: Meet Braidy. He’s a ten-year-old kid with a wild and magickal family just trying to fit in. If you like quirky characters, The Addams Family, and genuine, heart-warming stories, this award-winning book is for you. This book is a tale of friendship, family, magic, and mayhem that takes a look at what it means to be bullied and how to rise above it.
Jingle Bells and Drama Spells ($3.99) by Julie Meighan: “Jingle Bells and Drama Spells” is a festive treasure for children, featuring 40 Christmas drama games, 8 interactive stories, and 7 plays. Perfect for sparking creativity and confidence in young performers, it’s an ideal resource for teachers, parents, and group leaders seeking holiday fun and learning.”
Katie & Danny in Fairyland with Grandma ($0.99) by Karen Griffith: Come to Fairyland with Grandma and the kids! Fun read with imaginative lands and dangers. Meet new friends and race the clock to get to the Book Tree or be stuck in Fairyland forever. Includes activities, discussion questions, vocabulary, and a Sneak Peek at Book 2: Katie & Danny in Fairyland Alone!