Kindle for Kids Free EBook Daily
I am excited about the picture books on today’s free kids’ eBook
list. Several of the free books are promotions of traditionally published books that are now in eBook format. Unfortunately, the conversion of these books is not perfect with the text being quite small on a Kindle Fire. But, the books are nice enough that they are worth the trouble of straining a little to read, and your kids will enjoy the pictures.
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 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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Today I would like to highlight three Japanese themed free picture books:
In this adorable picture book, a little lonely Japanese boy finds companionship in the friendship of a group of Manju (Japanese red bean buns – um, whatever that is . . . ). As he grows older, he loses the ability to see his friends, and they leave him one by one. But the Manju are intelligent and know how to take care of the boy’s loneliness once and for all.
These two delightful picture books illustrated by Itoko Maeno teach character traits through animal stories in a Japanese setting. The text unfortunately is rather small, but the books are worth downloading for the nice pictures alone.
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