FREE Kindle Books- Children’s (Tuesday, Aug. 13)

I Can Read!: 100 Tips for Beginning Readers

I Can Read!: 100 Tips for Beginning Readers

Various

Price: FREE

I was looking for something to help my 5 year old start to read but I didn’t know what to do or even how to get started….! So when I saw this book I said what the hay I’ll try it…. And well IT helped a lot I even have my 2 year old trying to read… Don’t get me wrong I know that every child is different and learn new things in many ways but if you are like me and don’t know where to start just look at this book it might help you to get started!!!!

Mkl

Discover one hundred fun activities and tips to help children become enthusiastic readers, in this brand-new guide from I Can Read!

These tips cover the essentials of learning to read—from making the connection between letters and sounds to understanding key plot points. Specifically designed to engage children and reinforce the Common Core Standards for Reading, I Can Read: 100 Tips for Beginning Readers shows how to make reading a positive, joyful experience for parents, teachers, and children.

Widely recognized as the premier line of beginning readers, I Can Read! books are organized into color-coded levels. With hundreds of titles featuring award-winning authors and illustrators and beloved character friends such as Pete the Cat, Fancy Nancy, Amelia Bedelia, Biscuit, Splat the Cat, the Berenstain Bears, Little Critter, Superman, Frog and Toad, and more, you’re sure to find books at every stage and level to engage and excite your child.

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Lessons from the Lion, the Ox and their little friends (illustrated) (Four fables from Aesop)

Lessons from the Lion, the Ox and their little friends (illustrated) (Four fables from Aesop)

Aesop

Price: FREE

I personally think that Aesop is one of the greatest minds that ever walked on earth. I think that he is genius. I have been reading Aesops since I was a little girl. Glad I found this books. What I like about the book is that it gives summarization and it points out the lessons from each story.

Savine Maufit

Four fables from Aesop presented with modern illustrations: The Lion and the Mouse, The Four Oxen and the Lion, The Ant and the Grasshopper and The Frog and the Ox. These are short stories that are fun and easy to read. Each story is summarized with a moral that you might have even heard of.

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Help Me Be Good About Interrupting

Help Me Be Good About Interrupting

Joy Berry

Price: FREE

Ages 4–7

As an educator, human developmentalist, and the “Inventor of Living Skills Books for Kids,” Joy Berry knows kids. Her books teach children about taking responsibility for themselves and their actions. With sales of over 85 million books, Joy has helped millions of parents and their children.

Help Me Be Good About Interrupting helps children replace “Misbehavior” (interrupting) with a good behavior in an inviting format that includes text and cartoons.

Each book in the Help Me Be Good Series defines a misbehavior, explains the cause of the misbehavior and its negative effects, and offers children and parents practical advice for tuning the misbehavior into acceptable behavior.

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How To Write Letters That Say the Right Thing (Survival Skills)

How To Write Letters That Say the Right Thing (Survival Skills)

Joy Berry

Price: FREE

Ages 6 to 11
The purpose of the Survival Skills materials is to teach children the information and skills they need to fulfill reasonable expectations. This is accomplished by teaching them the personal skills they need to take care of themselves, the social skills they need to develop and maintain positive relationships, and the coping skills they need to relate to things in positive rather than negative ways.

Each Survival Skills Self-help Book is a 48-page book that speaks directly to children 6 – 11 years of age about subjects they encounter in their daily lives. Colorful cartoon illustrations enhance and expand on the text.

How To Write Letters that Say the Right Thing is a book about writing etiquette that teaches how to write appropriate and effective communications.

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