21 Books to Read to Your Kids

21 Books to Read to Your Kids

Your kids will love you to read with them or to them, or if they can read by themselves. All these eBooks listed below are free to download. For age ranges 1 and up. Pick out the eBook for your child and let them enjoy. Reading is essential to learning and growing.

1. Orangey the Goldfish


His fun children’s picture book follows the story of a growing relationship between an adventurous boy Billy and his new pet goldfish named Orangey. As Billy learns how to take care of his new pet goldfish who really loves to eat, we learn Orangey is a goldfish that talks. This book may be ideal for young kids but also enjoyable for the whole family as well! Follow the entire series and look for other Orangey the Goldfish book titles for your Kindle. By Eddie bee.

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2. A to Z of Silly Animals

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A wonderfully silly A to Z picture book of ridiculous mythical animals. The charming, original illustrations and witty captions are sure to delight children of all ages as well as parents. Enjoy the A to Z of Silly Animals with your child today.

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3. Norbert (Norbert series Book 1)


Norbert the fat old horse who lives in Farmer Fin bar’s field has a serious problem – his teeth are GREEN! Unless this is quickly rectified, Delilah, the pretty pony who lives in the next paddock will surely never speak to him! But how can a horse clean its own teeth? With the help of his best friend Colin, the grumpy cuckoo who lives high up in the foliage of the sycamore tree, Norbert concocts a cunning a plan. But will he succeed in winning Delilah’s heart? Or will it all end in total disaster? By James Sutherland

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4. Tongue Twisters for Kids


Rubber baby buggy bumpers” – Say this three times as fast as you can. How about, try saying “Loopy lizards lying lazily aloft a little lane of logs,” without messing up. This Tongue Twister book is huge collection of funny phrases, ridiculous rhymes, and silly sentences that will have kids laughing for hours. Each one challenges your mouth muscles as you try to say these tongue twisters faster and multiple times. A tongue twister is a phrase that is supposed to be difficult to articulate properly. Often times they take practice to say correctly. Tongue twisters are good practice for children as they learn to form words, phrases, and vowels. By Riley Weber

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5. Witherising (The Wither War Saga Book 1)


Steve thought his adventuring days were over. He was forced into an early retirement after a tragic event (a hack that cost millions of players their data), but a new threat brings him out of the shadows. The stakes are higher than ever. King Wither must be stopped, no matter the cost. By R.K. Davenport

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6.  Jingle All the Way


Jingle All the Way is the tale of a loveable, obedient pup who wants nothing more than a place to call home for the holidays. Little ones will love hearing this story as a narrator reads to them, page by page. And if he’s nearby, the Jingle Story Buddy® stuffed animal will respond when you read key phrases from the story. By Tom Shay-Zapien

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7. Creep rising


Felix and his sister Liz live in the poor district, and they’re forced to work as slaves for the wicked King Maximus. Eventually something happens, and these two siblings start a revolution. By R.K. Davenport

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8. Night cat


In this first book of the Kitty Castle adventure series, the princes and princesses learn the secret of the night cats. With the help of their own night cat, the children must stop the dragons from ruining the kingdom. Celesta and Keziah Thiessen are a mother and daughter team who wrote these books together for fun because they both love stories and using their imaginations. They started writing the series when Keziah was seven years old. During the brainstorming phase, they immediately came up with the idea of having a cat as one of the main characters – cats were Keziah’s favorite animals. Now Keziah is eleven. She still loves animals of all kinds, especially dragons. By Celesta Thiessen

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9. Guinness World Records 2013 Gamer’s Edition



Welcome to this sample eBook chapter of the Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition, readable on all devices but specifically formatted to be read on most smartphones! These selected features have been specifically designed for all e-reading devices to give you a flavor of the full action-packed Gamer’s Edition 2013 available now in physical and ebook forms. The Gamer’s Edition is the ultimate guide to videogames, packed full of the most up-to-date news, achievements and developments in the gaming world, illustrated with the best and most exciting imagery from this year’s top titles. Complete with fascinating facts, figures and features on the most popular games, the latest edition also includes gameplay tips and hints, retro facts from classic games, and your favorite characters battling it out against each other in our new “Vs” feature. One of the features we’ve included here brings you the results of our readers’ poll of the most visually stunning videogame graphics ever.

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10. Fierce Winds and Fiery Dragons (Dusky Hollows Book 1)



Ivy and Carrie love their new classroom even if the new teacher is a little strange. When Mrs. Huffily asks for volunteers to care for an egg, Ivy doesn’t budge. She’s had a few scary dreams about that egg and wants nothing to do with it. But when trouble comes, Ivy defends the egg. In her desire to save the baby that hatches, Ivy is tossed into the middle of an adventure. She discovers more than she ever wanted to know about fierce winds and fiery dragons. By Nan Sweet

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11. Children’s Book: Funny Jokes for Kids (EARLY & BEGINNER READERS)


Joke telling is very fun and can bring a smile to the face of others. Kids love jokes! Jokes can aid in story-telling, create laughs, and help with conversation and social skills. Your child will love this hilarious joke book full of clean jokes for children.Kids and children can practice their reading and joke telling skills with this funny joke book. Beginning and early readers can enjoy hours of fun and entertainment. By Johnny B. Laughing

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12. The Illustrated Ugly Duckling [Kindle Edition]


The story tells of a homely little bird born in a barnyard who suffers abuse from his neighbors until, much to his delight (and to the surprise of others), he matures into a beautiful swan, the most beautiful bird of all. The story is beloved around the world as a tale about personal transformation for the better. By Hans Christian Andersen

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13. Little Bad Wolf and Red Riding Hood


The Big Bad Wolf is running a successful scam on Little Red’s Grandma until Little Red catches him in the act.If you like this sample story, look for The Newfangled Fairy Tales series. Each fairy tale in the series puts a delightful new spin on classic stories and themes. King Midas is a workaholic banker who would rather play with his money than attend his son’s Little League baseball games. The Three Bears invade Goldy’s house because their forest home is being stripped to build a super highway. A Prince refuses to marry any of the grumpy princesses who lost sleep because there were peas under their mattresses. A clever princess pays a dragon to lose a fight so she can marry the man she loves. The twenty short stories in this series are lots of fun. By Timothy Tocher

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14. The Quest: The Untold Story of Steve, Book One: The Tale of a Hero


Steve is a player who can find an adventure to be had every day. However a new adventure has found its way to him. Day-to-day life in Minecraft is beginning to become speckled with strange occurrences. Half-built homes, leafless trees, overpowered mobs and unknown entities only scratch the surface of the bizarre events Steve will encounter. Along the way, he guided by cryptic notes left by an anonymous player. Impossible, he thinks. Steve only plays in single player. Is this all the work of a hacker or something else? Journey with Steve to uncover the truth behind these mysteries, and discover what it truly means to be a hero. By Mark Mulle

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15. The Ugly Duckling


A classic story by Hans Christian Andersen presented with modern illustrations. The story of how a little bird endures the abuses and miseries as he was growing up not realizing he would mature into a beautiful swan. It’s a great tale about personal transformation for the better. By: Hans Christian Andersen

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16. Search for the Pirate’s Treasure


The book’s Alternative Storyline Pathways concept allows You to actually Select where you want the story to go! Each turn of the page invites you to select the next story pathway. You just touch your finger to the chosen pathway icon and turn the pages! Imagine the joy of a young child as they guide the path of an Adventure, as it is being read to them! By Gerry Gaston

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17. I Love to Eat Fruits and Vegetables


Jimmy, the little bunny, doesn’t like fruits and vegetables. He wants candy instead. His whole world turns giant-sized when he is knocked over by a mysterious cookbook. What saves Jimmy after all? Find out in Shelley Admont’s charming children’s book I Love to Eat Fruits and Vegetables. Since that day, Jimmy starts to develop healthy eating habits and even likes to eat his fruits and vegetables. By Shelley Admont

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18. No Way Out


Hobgoblin Horror – Jake only volunteered at the retirement home because Shelby works there. So, it’s no wonder he’s doesn’t hear Mr. Fitches’ warnings about a local homicidal hobgoblin—too bad for him. By MJ Ware

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19. Minecraft: Diary of a Wimpy Villager


Hopefully. That’s twelve-year-old Runt’s dream. It won’t be easy, though. He has to become a top student in school. Building classes are the worst. He has to ace that big Building test if he hopes to keep up with the competition. By Cube Kid

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20. The Kid


The Kid is a bitter sweet, present day, urban western, that follows the story of a fifteen year old runaway known only as ‘the kid’, who heads west out of London, to escape an abusive, alcoholic father. Eventually finding himself in Bristol, he tries to carve out a new life for himself, in what he discovers is a constantly unforgiving environment, while the past refuses to leave him alone. In Emily, he finds his first love, but soon realizes that happiness, at least for him, doesn’t ever come without its fair share of heartache. By Fergus Crotty

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21. The Thirteenth Unicorn


Visit a world of elves and dwarves that is magical and a great book for kids. With witches, wizards and great characters. The character Ben will unlock his prophecies as the story unfolds. By W. D. Newman

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