Kindle for Kids Free EBook Daily
Today’s list of free eBooks for kids is not overwhelmingly long yet has a number of books that I know you will be interested in. Many of you will be excited to see several picture puzzle books, another Bunny in the House book, and some novels for older readers. I also am thrilled that one of my fellow bloggers Susan Case who blogs at Kindergarten Basics is offering her new eBook for free today! I read the first few chapters, and I think that if you are a parent or teacher you will enjoy reading about some of Susan’s experiences (like the child who brought a canary in his backpack to school.)
Welcome to all my new readers. Take a minute and read through these important notes before you check out today’s list of free eBooks:
- 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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Some of the best kids’ eBooks available for free today are:
Here is Susan’s new eBook that I mentioned above. The first few chapters have great tips for teachers and funny stories for parents and kids. In just the couple pages that I read, Susan has already shared about a canary stuffed in a backpack, lost tarantula, and more. The chapters are short and easy to read quickly.
Christie Collins has made two of her popular hidden picture eBooks available today for free. These books have easy puzzles for young children and are only a couple pages long. Be sure to download them if you have some traveling ahead of you this summer.
I haven’t read this novel for children, but when I see reviewers excited about a reprint from their children I get excited too! Many of the reviewers say that this book about friendship and horses was a favorite that they still remember vividly.
Note: The end of my list contains a couple books that became free later this morning (too late for me to read yet), but I placed them on the list so that you would know that they are available.
Thank you for reading today. I am excited that this week the No Twiddle Twaddle page on Facebook is edging up close to 500, we are almost up to 300 subscribers via RSS feed and email as well. When I started my blog, I had a goal of reaching a 100 fans on my Facebook page by the end of the year. As you can imagine, I’m so excited to see this blog grow over my expectations in the last couple of weeks. Thank you!