Today I have some great books on my list of free eBooks for kids:
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Things Happen by Dianne Miller
In Things Happen, Little Bunny learns that when you make a mistake that you should be “responsible” and try to fix or clean-up your mistake. I like how this series of books has simple but nice illustrations, ideas, and writing. Dianne Miller wrote these books back when her girls were little for her children, and if you haven’t read my interview of Dianne you should definitely check it out. Miller also has a website full of free printables to go with her books.
Eleanor Jo: The Farmer’s Daughter by Eleanor Clark
This series of books for young girls is a Christian series based on the American Girl series. This particular part of the series focuses on Eleanor who learns the value of hard work and family during WWII.
Halloween Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids by Andrew Miller
This picture book has a clip-art illustration and knock-knock jokes on each page. The formatting seemed a little off when I read through the book but it looked like a simple adjustment of font size would have fixed it. Some of the jokes mention witches, vampires, etc. so the book might not be suitable for young kids though I did not consider the book to be “scary”.
The Fire Fighters by Jaden Elliott
This picture book is a little difficult to read because the font is very small, but I was surprised to realize at the end that a kid wrote it. Hopefully, I won’t offend any authors by saying that Jaden writes better books than some adults self-publishing on Amazon. The illustrations are quite good too for his age level too.
21 Teen Devotionals for Girls by Shelley Hitz and Heather Hart
This teen devotional has professional formatting and high reviews.
The following kids’ eBooks have appeared on my lists before but are worth including again:
Petal the Owl: A Five Book Compilation by Joy Findlay
The Petal the Owl books are popular and the graphics are cute. I have noticed some grammatical problems such as the misspelling of “snowflake” and capitalization of seasons in the books. So, I wouldn’t recommend this set for a child who is reading on their own, but my kids do like looking at the illustrations in them and hearing me read the stories.
I Love . . . by Cindy Bracken
I really love the photos in this sentimental picture book about a parent’s love for their child.
Thanks so much to Sarah for alerting me that one of my links was directed to the wrong book yesterday. I always appreciate comments like hers since the short amount of time I have to write a post means that I don’t usually have much time to proofread!
I Love You Best by Cindy Bracken is still available for free right now so you can still download it if you missed it yesterday.
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