Children's and Middle Grade

Children's and Middle Grade

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).

The Witch with the Wonky Broomstick

by Sam Cairns

Available in both eBook and paperback, this fully illustrated book is a must read for kids and grown-ups who have never really grown up.

Be prepared to hold your nose as the Phantom Pumper strikes again. Stare in awe at the giant snail. Feel for Harry the Rat as he desperately tries to find a friend. And dodge the ogres as they attempt to snotify anyone nearby.

Some of the characters are nice. Some aren’t....You decide!

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Helen the Transartist

by Anita Stairs-Oberlick

Twelve-year-old Helen Robley believes she is an orphan. She lives with two adoptive aunts until one day she discovers that the drawings she loves to make become reality. Helen is about to discover she is a "Transartist." Using her magic, she travels to the East Pole, home of the creatures that populate children's imaginations ˗˗ creatures like the Sand Man, Cupids, and Toothfairies, who are nothing like their stereotypes. Helen discovers that the East Pole is her birthplace and learns the fate of her parents before she confronts the vain and evil Queen Narcissa. Helen uses a variety of unconventional tools and techniques against the Queen, and in the end is reminded that beauty is on the inside.

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Three Little Water Spirits

by Dana Kohut

Come take a journey with Noah, Maia, and Riley, ages seven, eight, and nine, as they travel to the Hawaiian island of Maui, to be instructed in the hidden mysteries of the ancient water family, that they didn’t know they were a part of. There they will learn ancient secrets of self-defense, medicine, and energy transport, because as Grandfather said, “ You have to learn to crawl before you can walk, walk before you can run, and run before you can fly.” “Grandfather,” said Riley, “I understood all that right up to the, “run before you can fly,” portion.”

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Thief of Pailtar: episode 1

by Robyn Wideman

Kiana is a thief.

But to be a thief in Pailtar you either join the Thieves' Guild or pay them to work in the city. Kiana wants to join the Guild.

Kiana's adventures take her to places she never dreamed of. Deadly animals, vicious monsters, and angry armies all stand between her and survival...Nobody said being a thief was easy!

 

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The Boy Who Flew With Eagles: A Native American Action Adventure Myth

by Ben Woodard

By the light of leaping flames an old man weaves a heart-pounding tale. A story of a time of great hunger when man and beast might die. Only one boy can save his people and the other creatures from starvation. But he must face a terrifying challenge.

The story combines myth, environmental awareness and the concept of working together. Action and adventure in a short middle grade novel with illustrations.

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Burgling the Dragon: A Fantastical, Sword & Sorcery Adventure

by Aimee Easterling

Life was tough but manageable when orphan Nat had to pick pockets to stay alive. But a house-breaking attempt gone wrong leaves her covered in fur and sporting a tail.

The only way to break the curse? Drip some dragon's blood on her paws.

In the process of facing a beast who has conquered hundreds of knights, Nat will have to come to terms with her deepest fear.

If she fails, the orphan will end up the way she began --- back on the streets, but this time, entirely alone.

 

 

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Bad Day For Balloons

by Scott Nicholson

BAD DAY FOR BALLOONS

Every child loves a brightly colored balloon.

And Mattie wants lots of balloons for her sixth birthday. Daddy tries to make her happy, but every balloon he brings home comes to an unlucky end.

But Daddy has one special surprise he has been saving to make it the best birthday ever!

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Eyes of the Enemy (BlackMyst Trilogy Book 1)

by Kelly Hess

When a rogue band of the dreaded Sorak attacks his village, twelve-year-old Beynn Firehand escapes into the darkness of BlackMyst Forest to find help. During his quest, Beynn discovers his own powerful magic abilities.

The price of his newfound powers, however, may be higher than he ever imagined.

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