Today’s free kids’ eBook list
has a nice mix of some highly reviewed middle-grade novels and nicely illustrated picture books. You will find several mystery or adventure novels (with zombies and vampires notably absent) and a silly picture book that has a Dr. Seuss like style.
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Here are some of my favorites free eBooks from today:
I’m a little fascinated by all these “Harry Potter” style books that keep appearing on my list. Today’s book in that genre, The Crystal Point of the Mog Pogs, has 10 high reviews. Several adults said that they enjoyed reading this book even though it is written for middle graders. (Of course I’m a little skeptical to believe that this book could be quite as good as Harry Potter, so if you read any of the Mog Pog series you will have to let me know what you think.)
I was a total Nancy Drew fan as a kid. (Weren’t we all?) So, when I saw multiple reviewers comparing this middle-grade novel about two children who discover an old WWII submarine and unearth a mystery to the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boy series, I knew I would feature the book on my list. Now I’m daydreaming about all the series I used to love: The Boxcar Children, Trixie Beldon, Betsy and Tacy . . .
I’m really getting excited about all these middle grade novels. I’m not above reading a middle grade novel myself (assuming it doesn’t have boogers or tween romance as a major part of the plot). I guess, I better list at least one picture book though since so many of you have small kids.
This counting book is silly but fun, and it earns bonus points in my opinion for going up to twenty since my child struggles remembering the numbers after 10. We did have some interesting questions while we read Silly Monsters such as, “Mommy, why are the lolloping lollyloops stretching their legs?” My preschooler wasn’t fully satisfied with any of my answers. How do you answer a question like that?
You can find the rest of my free eBook list on Amazon:
I hope that you have a lovely weekend. If you are new, I don’t publish a Sunday list. After all, even bloggers need to take a break every now and then. I hope that you will join me back on Monday.
By the way, I think that I must have the best readers ever. Thanks for all your encouraging comments about my free eBook lists!