FREE and Discounted Kindle Books-Children’s (Tuesday, July 23)


Children’s Book: “Andrew’s Claim to Fame”(Children’s books with great lessons collection)

Idan Hadari

Price: FREE

Andrew’s Claim to Fame by Idan Hadari is an awesome story of a young boy who wants to be famous. He tries all the “traditional” ways like music and dance but he doesn’t think he has any talent. Then one day, when he was walking his dog, he comes across a problem that he alone can solve. He becomes famous and his dreams come true. It is a lesson in liking who you are. The colorful, enchanting illustrations make the story come to life. I highly recommend it for any child to appreciate who they are.

Cynthia R. Freland

Are your children affected by TV and the internet?

Would they like to be famous as soon as possible?

Are they impatient about life in general (I want this and right now!)?

Are they unaware of their gifts?

Are they dreamers, but don’t have enough faith?

I have the solution for both you and your children, portrayed in a touching and great bedtime story.

Just like in my second book (Noah’s Petting Zoo), I will teach your children:

* How to be patient
* How to be self-motivated
* How to help one’s fellow man
* How to help the animals (cats and dogs)
* How to believe in yourself and to dream
* Good deeds bring about good results in return

The story is with a simple rhyming text for children ages 3-8.

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School’s Out: 101 Fun Activities For Your Child

Chris Coleman

Price: FREE

The title, “School’s Out” definitely caught my attention because when school’s out, kids have so much idle time on their hands. This little book can be a great reference point for parents, grandparents and even babysitters because it covers all ages from toddlers to teens.Considering the author is only 21 years old, I’m sure he remembers what it’s like to be a kid way better than I do. Not only would I recommend this book but I actually plan to put a few of the ideas into practice with my kids within the next week!


Whether you have already begun planning or will soon begin planning, summer means two things, your child is out of school and they want to have fun. School’s Out: 101 Activities For Your Child is your guide to creating an ‘out of this world’ summer experience for your child.

Forget the old concept of having to do detailed research on available summer camps, scrolling through page after page on Google for ideas to keep your child engaged and entertained—there is no need to worry anymore. Whether your aim is to get them outside from in front of the tv for a few hours a week, or spend more time as a family doing activities, or just want to do something different this year, this book is the blueprint.

You can have it all—really.

Join Chris Coleman, as he teaches you:

How to use ordinary things found in your house to make extraordinary creations
How reading the newspaper a few times a week can sharpen your child’s reading skills
How to plan out your own camp schedule
How to enhance your child’s creativity and imagination
How to interact with your preteen
What the “summer slide” is and how to keep your child from falling into it
How to get your high-school child thinking about their career or college future
The difference between a great summer and a thrilldelic summer

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If You See a Doctor: A Fun Rhyming Picture Book

David Chuka

Price: FREE

My child makes me read her this every day. Its short, cute and a lot of fun to read


In If You See a Doctor, children will enjoy learning about different careers. Each career is illustrated with a cartoon image and then a real life photo is used to accompany the second part of the rhyme.

This is a fun rhyming book and one your children will request for again and again.

Young children will be encouraged to think about what they want to
become when they grow up and parents can expand upon what each
profession is about.

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The Shadow of Camelot (Shadows from the Past)

Wendy Leighton-Porter

Price: FREE

This is the latest book in this time-travelling adventure series and it does not disappoint. The children and not forgetting Max, the time-travelling cat finds themselves in Camelot and danger looms around them but they aren’t alone. This is an excellent take on the King Arthur legend and will be enjoyed by children and adults alike.


Did the legendary King Arthur really exist? Joe and Jemima Lancelot uncover the truth behind the myth when they find themselves in Camelot, as they continue the quest to find their missing parents.
Together with friend Charlie and their endearing cat Max, they are plunged into yet another life-threatening adventure. Luckily they have Lancelot, who is convinced the twins must be distant relatives, to protect them when danger looms.
Meanwhile, Max has a mystery of his own to solve. Will he finally discover why Midnight has been haunting his dreams?

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Everard (Not-So-Fairy Tales)

Chautona Havig

Price: 99 cents

My random thoughts:
When a book starts off with, “Once upon a long long time ago, in a land impossibly far away”. It’s hard to read that, and not cozy down, knowing you are in for an incredible read.
Everard is one of the strangest, Wittiest, Most unique (Unique doesn’t have it’s own -est?), and whimsical fantasy novels I’ve ever read. From Sassy’s sweetly sour sarcasm, to the Author’s quirky narrating, I was kept in stitches. While reading, it wasn’t uncommon for me to snort with laughter, or to huff with Sassy when Everard really was being SUCH a man (if I was a fire breathing reptile, I’d blast smoke through my nostrils too. But I’m not, so I can’t).
When my siblings would come up, and ask what I was reading, the best explanation my preoccupied brain could think to say, was, “An awkward prince”. Which isn’t very bright, but when your mind is in a land impossibly far away, you can say such things like that.
Everard is, indeed, an awkward Prince. He might not be tripping all over his feet, and he might not be spilling mugs each time he turns around, he bumbles all the same. However, while he might be a plain out awkward goose in the beginning, at the end, he is more, adorably awkward. Oh, yeah, without a doubt, Everard turns out simply adorable.


A Prince, a friend, and a lizard walk into a trap…

Everard of Havilund—fierce warrior, brave soldier, loyal friend, heir to the throne, and painfully shy.
The war is over! Or is it? After four long years fighting in a war that has spanned a millennium, Everard is finally going home. He has faced everything he fears most—he thinks. Alas, trouble is brewing in the little hamlet of Hidden Hollow and he has only himself to blame.
Follow Everard as he tries to slay the Dragon of Ironia, face the Giant of the Tripp Mountains, bring the Enchantress of Enervatia to justice… just for starters.
Will he succeed? Will he overcome his personal demons that threaten all he is working for?
Find out in this second installment of the Not-So-Fairy Tales.

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