I have a brand new list of free ebooks for you tonight. These books are available on Kindle, but you can read them on your computer or another electronic device by downloading a free Kindle app. Some of the books on this list are really great, so I hope that you enjoy them!
Please remember: “Purchase” these books immediately if you want them. They typically only stay free for a day or two. (If you want to be sure to see my alerts while the books are still available, subscribe to my RSS feed to get automatic updates.) Also, check the price before purchasing to be sure the book is still free.
Martha Ann’s Quilt for Queen Victoria by Kyra E. Hicks
Martha Ann began her life as a slave girl in America and moved to Liberia as a child (where she lost almost her entire family to illness). This excellent picture book tells her story of saving pennies for fifty years to afford a trip to England to meet Queen Victoria and bring her a handmade quilt. My only criticism would be the type is very small, so the book is somewhat difficult to read. But, the story is interesting and the illustrations excellent.
I Could Fly Around My Ceiling by Bob Hummer
I really loved this book. A mom tells her children a secret, that when she was a child she used to lay in bed, close her eyes and fly around the ceiling at night until she was so tired that she fell asleep. Imaginative and calming, I think this picture book would be great for helping wild little ones find a peaceful way to dream themselves to sleep.
Little Library Mouse by Stephanie Lisa Tara
This award winning book is free right now on Kindle! Join a little mouse on a literary adventure of the imagination in the library at night.
Secret Agent Josephine’s Secret Spy Numbers by Brenda Ponnay
I thought that this spy themed number book was both fun and a creative way of engaging kids who love technology into learning their numbers.
Find It! Hidden Picture Book Collection
I didn’t have time to look through this ebook collections in depth, but the puzzles in it certainly looked entertaining for kids. Note: The file is a bit larger than most ebooks, and the ebook is not interactive.
Goodnight Farm Animals by Sharlene Alexander
A Goodnight Moon parody with farm animals
Scared, Who Me? by Sujatha Lalgudi
Sid is scared of everything: the tail under his bed, the spider in the bathroom, and thunder. But, as his mother shows him, what is most important is not whether you are scared occasionally, but how you respond to fear.
Weepy the Dragon by J.J. Hebert
Weepy isn’t scary, angry, and mean like the other dragons. He tries and tries to fit in, until he realizes that his personality is not so bad after all. (Formatting is off where the illustrations and words are on separate pages.)
The Ugly Duckling and the Turtle by Sharlene Alexander
The title of this ebook is a little misleading. The book is actually retelling of the classic fairy tale The Ugly Duckling, only with a turtle instead of a swan. The story does have a cute twist, and my child enjoyed it.
Busy Bees ABCs
A basic ABC baby book
Discover Series: Trains
Simple train stock photos with descriptive words
I would love to hear what you think of these free ebooks,