FREE Kindle Books-Children’s (Wednesday, July 24)

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Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll

Price: FREE

This Level 3 All Aboard Reading title is perfect for independent readers ages 6 and up. This adaptation stays true to the original story and has the right amount of dialog to keep it moving along. The bright and colorful watercolor pictures hold most of the charm of this book. A fine addition to a school, public or home library!

Deborah Sandford

Written by Lewis Carroll in 1865, this story remains a well-known classic to this day. It is the tale of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole and meets extraordinary creatures. Ages 6 and up.

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Rainy Day Poems

James McDonald

Price: FREE

This is a great introduction to poetry for kids and just plain fun for everyone. The illustrations are cute and bright and the topics for the poems are quite diverse. I especially love the surprise ending to “A Snort and a Snore” and the fun description of a child’s afternoon in “An Epic Poem for Kids”. I gave this to my grandkids for Christmas and think they will enjoy it tremendously.

Diana

Hold on to your hats,
And get ready to go.
Because the rain’s just begun,
And it’s time for the show.

The adventures of Sami and Thomas Lamb.

63 pages of fantastically illustrated poems for kids that are sure to capture the reader’s attention. Sami and Thomas Lamb will have you laughing in no time with their crazy adventure. Can you find the stuffie on every page?

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In the Window Room

Steven J. Carroll

Price: FREE

I was fortunate enough to be a first-reader winner and had a chance to read this delightful book. I believe it is slated for pre-teens to teenagers but I believe adults would enjoy it as well. It is a fairly short book, so the plot moves pretty quick. I was just a little worried about parts of the end that could be upsetting to younger readers. I don’t want to give anything away but it involves events that happen after the trial. But overall it was a nice read.

C. Toste

In the Window Room is story about a young girl, Delany Calbefur, who’s caused some trouble one fall, while she attended the Mayfield School for Girls. And she, as a punishment then, is forced to leave the dormitory, and is made to stay by herself in an old, abandoned home on the outskirts of the school grounds. It is “the sort of place with covered furniture, and rooms leading to other unexpected rooms.”

But once she arrives there, Delany quickly finds that she is not alone in that strange house, and she also discovers a secret room, through a hidden passageway, a wonderful place she decides to call “the window room”. This story is about the dangerous and mysterious adventures she found there.

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