Kindle for Kids Free EBook Daily
Today’s free eBook list contains almost thirty quality kids’ books. You will find for free several highly rated middle and elementary grade novels, a couple picture puzzle books, a picture book to help explain pregnancy and childbirth to young children, and a choose-your-own-adventure historical novel.
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Today, my favorite free kids’ ebooks are:
I loved the illustrations in this sweet eBook that shows a mother explaining to her little boy about the baby inside of her. In my opinion, this eBook was tasteful as well as informative. (Note: There is a picture of the baby coming down the birth canal at the end that some parents may find inappropriate for small children.)
I admit that I’m intrigued by this family adventure novel about four children stranded in the North Carolina wilderness. According to the reviews, this eBook written by award-winning sports columnist Scott Fowler is enjoyed by a wide range of ages.
This novel for young children combines mystery, historical fiction, and choose-your-own adventure to teach kids about the discovery of North America. Unfortunately, no reviews have been written on Amazon yet, but the premise certainly looks promising.
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