Today’s list of free eBooks for kids has some great picture books on it and a number of novels and chapter books with high reviews. I’m excited that you will be able to download a new Little Bunny book, a professionally formatted and illustrated book about a cat circus, and several illustrated chapter books for elementary and middle-grade kids.
Welcome to my new readers. Be sure to read through the following:
- Don’t forget to check prices before downloading.
- You can read a Kindle eBook on non-Amazon devices by downloading their free app unto your PC or i-pad.
- This list only reflects my personal opinion.
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- If you want to read all about how I find these books, create these lists, and choose what to feature, read my FAQ on Finding Free EBooks.
For those who have been wondering about the results from my recent survey, I discovered that:
- Most of you prefer longer lists of free kids’ eBooks (15+ books), though a number of readers are neutral, and a decent sized minority prefer shorter lists. Many days my list will be shorter because only a limited number of books are available that are high enough quality to list, but I won’t limit my list. I do always try to put an asterisk by the best books for those who want to look through my list quickly.
- The majority of respondents said that they did NOT want me to list: eBooks with grammatical errors, eBooks with poor writing, and eBooks with formatting issues. I am trying to make sure that those books don’t end up on my list. If I miss something, you can always let me know via comment or email (email@example.com).
- A large majority of readers said that they like almost daily lists of free kids’ eBooks.
- And, I really appreciate the many kind comments that so many of you wrote to me. I spend hours working on my lists every day, so your comments encourage me that what I am doing is worthwhile. I love hearing about how you are using the books that you download here and how much your kids and grandkids enjoy reading the books.
- Some of you asked questions or made suggestions, and I will write answers to those comments as part of my lists over the coming days.
- You may have noticed the ads on my blog today. I am attempting to make my blog financially worthwhile. Many people assume that bloggers make lots of money for little work, but really most bloggers only make a little bit of money compared to the hours of work that blogging takes. I blog mainly because I love to write and help people. I appreciate every time that you have shared my blog, as it helps me grow my blog in a way I can’t accomplish by myself.
I have a several free kids’ eBooks that I’m excited to share today:
Hugo’s Cat Circus by Julia Dweck and illustrated by Maggie Swanson
A free picture book published by Kite Readers is a rare treat so be sure to download it. In Hugo’s Cat Circus, the cats perform in a secret circus at night. The illustrations are wonderful, and pop-up text is enabled making the picture book easy to read on a touch screen.
Kit and Kaboodle, an adorable book about manners, was available from KiteReaders a couple of weeks ago. I hope that you downloaded it!
Clean Up by Dianne Miller
As you know, I enjoy the Little Bunny series by Dianne Miller. If you missed it, you really should check out my interview with Dianne. She is an amazing mom, artist, and writer. Her books were written when her girls were little for them as a way to teach important lessons about life. Dianne has a wonderful blog full of free printable coloring pages to go with her books.
The Moon Coin by Richard Due
Not only does this novel look like a fun fantasy adventure for children, but this book also includes color illustrations. With multiple reviews (that look like they are real and not written by only friends and family) plus a number of Facebook likes, this book should be worth checking out.
You can find my full list of eBooks for kids on Amazon:
Yesterday, I wrote about zoo themed books, since I was taking the kids to the zoo that morning. We had a lovely time at the zoo and saw many different types of monkeys and even petted a pig. We also happened to arrive at the perfect time to see the alligators being fed!
Thanks for reading! I would love to know what you think about today’s list and the results from my survey.
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