Kindle for Kids Free EBook Daily
Today’s free eBook
list has around 30 eBooks for kids on it that you can download through the Kindle app. Today has also been a crazy day for me (after all I’m not typing these lists in an office somewhere, but here and there where I can squeeze in a moment while taking care of my kids and my list of things to do around the house.) I hope that you will understand that today I wasn’t able to read every eBook on my list, but I still wanted to share these books with you early in the day, because I know that so many of your kids look forward to reading new books each afternoon! I will try to add some comments, and delete off any books that are a complete waste of time later today.
Update: I was able to add descriptions to most of the picture books. Most of these eBooks are still free if you want to download them!
Some answers to common questions:
- Don’t forget to check prices before downloading. These eBooks typically will remain free for only a short period of time.
You can read a Kindle eBook on non-Amazon devices by downloading their free app unto your PC or i-pad.
- Although, I try to screen as much content as I can, I am not able to fully read and screen each book. This article reflects my opinion based on what I have seen. Download and share these books with your children at your own risk.
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- For answers to other FAQ, read here.
I saw a question yesterday from a reader that I haven’t had a chance to answer yet personally nor do I know the answer. Does anyone know if you can organize all these great eBooks that all of us have been downloading each day on the Cloud or Kindle Fire? If you know the answer to this, I would love for you to drop me a comment or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org). If no one knows, well, I will do my best to find out an answer.
One of my favorite free kids’ eBooks available today is:
The illustrations are adorable and the story cute in this little picture book. Not only can you read the story to your kids, but Dianne Miller has provided free printables
on her blog to go with her book. (Not to mention her blog has pictures of her original handmade books and some cute well loved stuffed bunnies.) Thanks, Dianne!
I will update my RSS feed, when I’ve added comments to my list. Welcome to all my new readers.
See you later today (I hope),
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