Kids’ Free EBook List
Today’s list of free eBooks has several books that I’ve listed before, but if you haven’t been following my lists for long, probably many of these books will still be new to you. You will find a new Timbo the Tractor book, a picture book for toddlers about pirates, and the second book in the Noggle Stones series (the first book was on yesterday’s list).
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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Some of the best books on today’s list of free books are:
The illustrations in this Timbo the Tractor book are wonderful. Children who like Bob the Builder will enjoy this series about friendship (starring farm equipment, animals, and a farmer.)
This series about character by Suzy Liebermann have consistently high ratings. In this book, Hugo learns the importance of respect and how to stand up to bullies.
You can find my entire list on Amazon:
Don’t forget that I will be co-hosting the Virtual Book Club on Monday, featuring author Kevin Henkes. Bloggers are welcome to link-up with related activities all week long. If you haven’t read his book Old Bear, I would love for you to check it out from your local library. I have two activities and a wonderful surprise for you to go with this wonderful book!
Thank you for reading,
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