Getting your kids to read--a perpetual battle, right? Your goal, then, is to always find the next excellent ebook in a genre they will love to read. And, what is better than finding ebooks for them that they can read on their electronic devices, such as their phones, Kindles or Nooks? Authors in our Children's and Middle Grade genre want to help you with your kids, and they want to help you with your budget, too. They will always offer their ebooks to you for free or discounted.
Definition of the "Children's and Middle Grade Genre": Children who are reading these ebooks are still at the stage of their life where they are focused inward. They are figuring themselves out (a process that shouldn't stop just because we grow older), and so they focus what they want to read on that stage of their lives. While characters in the Children's and Middle Grade genre grow during the stories, the growth is internal by nature. Ebooks in this genre typically focus on friendship, as children are working out what it makes to be a responsible friend to others, and what they look for in friends themselves.
Some bestselling ebooks in the Children's and Middle Grade genre are Katherine Applegate (The One and Only Ivan), R.J. Palacio (Wonder), Jacqueline Woodson (Brown Girl Dreaming), and Sharon Draper (Out of My Mind).
Every superhero has an origin story … this is PJ’s.
She’s not fast. She isn’t strong. She definitely can’t fly. She has no powers whatsoever. So why does the Director think five-year-old PJ is the perfect weapon for his Pervasive Justice program?
Oy, Dilea, and Rainbow Sherbit want to rescue PJ from the Director and his training school. Their biggest problem (besides the high-tech security, doors that won’t open, and unbreakable windows): they’re stuffed animals. Not your typical trio of saviors, but they’re PJ’s only hope. If they don’t get her out of there before “The Test”, PJ will cease to be a sweet, little girl. She’ll become something else entirely.
Kids do indeed love books on animals. This is because a child is absolutely captivated by animals. The encyclopedia of animals is especially appealing to all kids. Kids are fascinated by any book on animals. Animal books are loved by kids and the animals do indeed inspire them. Kids will be completely entertained and will stay interested with a book that holds their interest. Kids love learning about the animals.
It's hard to explain to children about the differences between male and female. Learning the boy parts can best be explained through a great book. The book can show the differences between the two, and also give them functions of the parts. Parents who have a hard time explaining the birds and the bees would enjoy a guide that can help them along.
In children, education is a marriage between academic structure and sensual inspiration. Playing recruits their natural powers of imagination and reduces boredom or resistance. As an inherent avenue to assimilate the overwhelming amount of data received daily, playing emulates the skills they will need in the future. Indeed, creating examples of rivalry and agreement through active participation and visualization captures the essence of playtime and capitalizes on their interpretation of battle. American history is writ in conflict, survival, and success; and fundamental to this history is the contribution of the Founding Fathers, who forged independence, framed the Constitution, and paved the path to freedom. Analogous to these lessons are those of children. A Color Picture Book on the American Founding Fathers combines the structures of learning while simultaneously creating an interactive scenario of conflict and resolution.
Kids reach an age when they become fascinated with their bodies and the bodies of others. A book about anatomy and physiology would help them better understand the similarities and differences between male and female forms and human bodies and the bodies of other animals. Better yet, this type of book would be a great primer for future biology classes.
Kids who learn about the world and the places and people in it at a young age are more likely to be open to other cultures and races, as well as more likely to travel. A book about adventure places around the world also helps promote positive mental and physical elements, such as imagination, creativity, out-of-the-box thinking and even athleticism.
Children are often fascinated with many different types of animals. They like to look at pictures of different animals whether in books or just pictures by themselves. However, a book would be more beneficial than just looking at pictures of animals. One of the animals that seems to be very interesting to kids, is a wolf. The Wolves of North American book (kids edition) would be a great book for kids who are interested in learning more about wolves in North America. It would be a great educational tool and children of all ages would benefit from reading this kind of book.
It is important to teach our children about the world that surrounds them. Sometimes, it can be difficult to find a method of learning children will enjoy. But if you combine the right elements, you can offer your child an exciting way to learn something new. If it is important to you to teach your children about the natural world, then using a famous flowers and butterflies picture book can be exceptionally useful. This picture book will be exciting to children because of the many colorful visions it offers of butterflies and flowers, and they can learn to identify many of them when using the book.
Gold Award Recipient Literary Classics Book Awards, Pre-teen Fantasy
Children's Literary Classics Seal of Approval
National Indie Excellence Awards Finalist, Pre-teen Fiction
Twelve-year-old Natalie has a lot to handle this school year, what with the bullies and the sudden development of her rather unusual abilities. But a circus is approaching, a storm is brewing, and with them comes the arrival of Beausoleil the Magician, his daughter, Louisa, his mysterious doll, and Natalie's biggest challenge yet!
The Magician's Doll sparks readers' imaginations with a tale of magical discoveries, profound friendship, a battle against evil, and the growth that comes with facing your fears and accepting who you are.
A children's rhyming counting book
Authored by Rebecca Bielawski
Young children will encounter the numbers 1 to 10, a naughty little monkey, lots of familiar animals, people and objects and a funny rhyming text. A beautifully illustrated children's book full of life and color.
Elements include: a monkey, a crocodile, a lion, a dog, a princess, an ant, a cow, a baker, an apple tree, a horse and a bird.
Level: Preschool to 6yrs
Spanish version also available: COSITAS DE MONITOS
Are you up for a thrilling adventure?
When twelve year old Joe and his two younger sisters visit Smugglers Cove for the summer holidays, they get caught up in a thrilling adventure that is beyond their wildest imagination.
Follow the children as they flee down a river, are chased by ferocious dogs, locked up in an old manor, get lost at sea, expose a spy, and more!
Book 1 in the Mystery Series, this adventure novel is set in 1950's Britain and will suit anyone who enjoys Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys or the Famous Five.
The Monster Ate My Cupcakes! Meet My Friend Milo.
Did you know that monsters live under your bed? In your closet? Under your dryer? Don’t worry, they don’t eat children. In fact, they have a fondness for cupcakes…cherry cupcakes especially! Who would have guessed?
One night, Lawrence wakes to the sound of growling coming from underneath his bed. With the help of mom’s cherry cupcakes, he lures out a little monster named Milo. They become great friends and, besides learning that monsters have a penchant for sweets, he discovers the existence of a place just for monsters. Join Lawrence on his quest to prove to his skeptical brother, once and for all, that monsters really do exist!
Mia’s Fairyland Adventure — In Search of the Golden Amulet
Mia and the fairies find themselves on a quest to retrieve the one thing that they, and all humans, need to survive … a golden amulet!
When Mia and her dog, Bonbon, play in the garden, Bonbon finds something rather extraordinary happening. The dog’s keen eyes have spotted fairies starting to materialize. Little does Mia know, she is the only person who can help the fairies to retrieve something of vital importance to the future of their world, and Earth itself!
After the fairies introduce themselves to Mia she knows that this is not an accidental meeting. And she's right! The fairies need her help, and quickly. The stolen golden amulet has to be retrieved at all costs to save everyone on Earth.
How can the fairies protect Mia from the evils ahead as she thwarts various cave-dwelling enemies, including a dragon, who want the amulet for themselves? As the story progresses, more and more of the fairy world is revealed, full of magic, mountains, waterfalls, and ultimately danger!
The author creates a feat of visual imagery and a conjured-up world for all children to enjoy. Join Mia on her Magical Adventure and find out what happens!
The Secret of the Magical Book — Grandma’s Tale of a Faery Kingdom, Far, Far Away
When four children visit their grandma, they do not expect the adventure of a life-time.
Grandma Ness lives in an old rambling house by a lake. When four children come to visit, they have no idea that she holds a magical secret.
Their grandmother shows them an old leather book. Then she shares the tale of a faery kingdom, which is now facing peril. As the children listen to their grandma telling the story, they are entranced. However, when she doesn’t finish reading it to them in one night, they take a sneak peek inside the book.
Suddenly, they are whisked away and unusual things start to happen. They meet all kinds of magical folk and find out that the far-away land of Ash Town is indeed facing ruin!
Can they help the Faery Queen? Will the greed of the residents result in disaster? Will the DRAGON become friend or foe? More importantly, will they even be allowed to leave the pages of the book, or will they be left inside the story forever?
The author creates a wonderful, conjured-up world far away from the world we know. Ideal for children who love magic, faeries, and dragons, and designed to be a fun read for all ages.
Dinosaur Chris Does the Right Thing — A story about doing what you know in your heart is right
Chris the Dinosaur has been wanting a talking robot toy forever and it’s finally for sale in the shops. Just when it looked like getting the toy was impossible an opportunity presents itself and Dinosaur Chris is faced with a tough decision. Will he choose himself or will the pleasure of doing a good deed be reward enough?
Dinosaur Chris Does the Right Thing is about doing what’s best for others and putting them before yourself.
Against all odds, Oy, Dilea, and Rainbow Sherbit freed PJ from the Director’s evil training school in The Escape. Their victory, however, is short-lived when they discover the Director is tracking PJ’s movement. They can’t run and they can’t hide.
They need help from someone willing to fight the Director. Someone not afraid to take things as far as they need to go. Someone without a conscience.
Enter the mysterious hooded figure, who has the skills necessary to stop the Director’s pursuit of PJ. Can this hooded figure help Oy and the gang rescue PJ once and for all, or will the Director get his revenge?
This tale, filled with action/adventure and humor, is the second book in the The Chronicles of PJ middle grade fiction series.
Taking care of a pet dog comes with many responsibilities, however taking care of a pet Dinosaur takes huge responsibilities!
Follow the adventure of Rex the dinosaur and his best friend Tyro the dog.
Watch what happens when you have a pet dinosaur who thinks he is a dog.
With the world on the brink of World War Two, a young hero discovers his magical legacy
The eggs arrive as darkness descends on the Planet of The Eggs.
Lost in the mists of time the magic of Eggland reemerges with the arrival of the Anointed Six. Under the guardian wing of Eight Hooter, an owl of great wisdom, the newly laid eggs embark on perilous adventures.
A prophesy kept by the Mystic Council heralds their arrival and predicts their rolls in rescuing Eggland from dark forces.
But our eggs are young and untested and unsure. Will they pass the test in the first skirmish with the evil snake BloodBlink or will they fail?
The Golden Feather has been stolen and the eggs of Eggland are cracking.
What dangers and treachery lurk? Will the Eggs run out of time before they come into their own magic and solve the intertwined mysteries?
Follow the adventures, engage with the heroic eggs and follow the trail deeper and deeper into betrayal and the unknown.
Twelve-year-old Carly loves her Grampa more than anyone else in the world. So when he dies suddenly, under very bizarre circumstances, she is devastated. A few days later, her Gram tells her that Grampa left her something and hands her a box. There's an envelope taped to the outside of the box with her name on it, and below her name he had written "Only to be opened if something happens to me." Carly ran her hands over the box. What could Grampa have left her that would fit in a box this size?
She turned the envelope over, and gasped. Grampa had written "DO NOT OPEN THE BOX UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THE LETTER!!" Carly dropped the letter as if it was a snake. She was totally shocked by her Grampa's use of all capitalized letters and exclamation points, because it was so unlike his easy-going attitude.
She wasn't sure how long she'd sat there staring into space, but when she did finally blink, she got up and walked out the back door. She turned and stared at Grampa's workshop, imagining him waving her towards him. With tears leaking out of her eyes, and the box tucked under her arm, Carly started for home. She didn't know why Grampa had gone all cloak and dagger on her; she only knew that she would do anything for him, even now.
She hid the box under her bed, and carried the letter with her everywhere she went for weeks. She must have re-read it a hundred times trying to decipher its meaning, and especially the intensity of Grampa's words.
By the time her best friend, Patti, discovered the box and accused Carly of keeping secrets, which they'd promised each other they would never do, Carly was worn out from trying to hold her curiosity at bay. So, it was fairly easy for Patti to convince her that it was the right time to open the box. They took the box to the workshop, and placed it on Grampa's desk.
Carly lifted the lid.
Nothing could have prepared them for what was inside that box.
No matter how hard she tries life never seems to go quite right for Gnipper Tallhat, an twelve-year-old gnome determined to receive the recognition her intelligence deserves. This time, however, she's got it all figured out. Finally, her father will have to be proud of her accomplishments...provided he manages to live through them.
A king bent on conquest.
A murderous warrior tribe.
And the slave-girl who dares to stand between them!
Shioni of Sheba: The Enchanted Castle is the first book in a unique African fantasy series set in the ancient Kingdom of Sheba, for middle grades/secondary age readers.
When Shioni, slave to the Princess of Sheba, travels to the legendary Simien Mountains of Ethiopia, she encounters adventure beyond her wildest dreams. Little does she imagine the powerful forces lurking in this jagged volcanic wilderness; forces that could tear the Kingdom of Sheba apart.
Kalcha, the Wasabi leader, has prepared a deadly trap, an evil sorcery rooted within the castle the King has chosen for his fortress. Kalcha is massing her warriors and her giant hyenas, intent on annihilating the Sheban forces.
As the Wasabi attack it is left to Shioni to show the way with courage and the conviction of her heart. Can she overcome the wrath of a lion, outwit the treacherous Captain Dabir, and defuse General Getu’s inexplicable hatred? With the help of her friends Mama Nomuula, Princess Annakiya, and the fiuri Azurelle, Shioni must uncover the hidden secrets of the Enchanted Castle before Kalcha destroys all she holds dear.
What would you do if you found out you weren't entirely human and specially trained hunters were trying to kill you? For Tyranna, a young orphan, it means moving to Rosehaven: a hidden city filled with sword-fighting squirrels, goblin assassins, and a dangerous criminal organization run by an emotionally imbalanced fairy. It might not be the safest place in the world, but when you're Retic it's the only place left.