Kids’ Free EBook Daily List
I hope that you had a great weekend. Today’s free kids’ eBook list has almost 30 books on it. You will find a number of picture books, a puzzle book, a how-to-draw book, and an award-winning novel.
Over the next few weeks, you will see some small changes in my lists and posts. I plan to simplify my Amazon lists by instead of writing comments on every book only pointing out significant details that might not be obvious by looking at the title or description of the book. Even though I am writing less detail on my lists, I will still be reading through many of the picture books to be sure that my free eBook list only contains the best books available each day. I also plan to begin including features on some of my favorite authors and publishers that frequently have books on my lists. If you ever have thoughts on any of the books you download, you are welcome to share them in the comments section or on my Facebook wall for other readers to see.
If you are new, take a minute to read through the following:
- 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 each book. This article reflects my opinion only based on what I have seen, so you may want to read additional reviews or skim to be sure these books are appropriate for your family.
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Two notable free eBooks on today’s list:
Eric Pullins mimics oral tradition by writing creative explanations of nature in this series of “Why” books. In this picture book, the animals begin as white but decide that they would rather have colors. Unfortunately, the Zebra ends up at the end of the line when only a smidgen of black paint is left. A fun, easily overlooked feature is that the illustrator has hidden Barny Owl in many of the pictures. If your child sends an email to the author Eric Pullin (firstname.lastname@example.org
), he/she will be entered into a monthly contest to win a prize.
This award winning middle grade novel follows a boy who manages to rock the perils of his 4th grade world through use of a vivid imagination.
You can find the rest of my free eBook list on Amazon:
What do you think about today’s free eBook list?
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