Age Level: 3 - 9 | Grade Level: P - 5
Captain No Beard and the crew of the Flying Dragon welcome a new crew member, when Cabin Girl Cayla joins the ship. Responsible for his little sister, Captain No Beard is not very happy because he finds his newest charge a distraction. When faced with danger, the captain must find a way to escape. While learning valuable lessons about strangers, the crew realized not to judge somebody because they are young or small. Strength comes in all sizes!
Age Level: 2 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 4
After a fierce battle with a storm, the crew goes in search of treasure. Alexander, that is, Captain No Beard uses a map to locate it on the ominous sounding Snake Island. Bravely they dig until they find the best treasure ever!
Bible For Kids shares the stories of Jesus’ birth, death and rebirth in language young children can understand. Also included are Biblical favorites like:
* Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors
* The Story of Ruth, Daniel in the Lion’s Den
* Noah Builds an Ark
* Jesus turns the water into wine
* Jesus’ walk on water
* Parable of The Prodigal Son
* The Seeds and
* The Lost Sheep
* Much More Inside
Age Level: 8 - 13 | Grade Level: 3 - 8
Creating Tanglewood was Jen's idea but she never could have done it without her twin brother Ben. It came to Jen in a fevered dream. "We can make it!" she tells Ben. Jen, great at making things up, and Ben, great at making things — together they create a life-sized creature from bamboo: the older sibling they need to get a bully off their backs before he turns their summer into a disaster.
Tanglewood launches the kids on an adventure through a summer camp ruled by chaos, the strangeness of the woods, and into a confrontation with a crazy cook who believes plants are mankind's mortal enemy.
Cows, trying to take over the world? How would they do such a thing? Well they have a plan, hundreds of years in the making, but humans aren't supposed to know. They've been fooling us for centuries. But let's put it this way, you may never look at milk the same way again and next time you see one you may appreciate they are not as dopey as they look. When the first wave of attack happens in the quiet, sleepy village of Golthwaite, set in the tranquil surrounding of the Yorkshire Dales, the villagers aren't even aware of what is happening. Not even our young, though slightly dim hero, Jimmy Tatley, knows what is going on but he must figure it out or we are all doomed. Luckily, his clever Canine companion, Flossy (a sheepdog who detests her trade) has been trained in covert operations by The Masters (the hidden guardians with some rather strange traits) and is there to aid her lifetime friend in his quest.
Age Level: 3 - 9 | Grade Level: P - 4
Roman recognizes that children love to discover the differences and similarities of other people and places in far-off lands. In this series, she describes details that kids can relate to. Tailored to children from 3-to-8-years old, her writing is simple but does not talk down to youngsters.
Among the topics that are introduced in this journey to Australia are the unusual indigenous animals, the extraordinary Great Barrier Reef, the currency, the beloved game of cricket and the national holiday, Australia Day, as well as the special nicknames people have for one another and the curious taste sensation, Vegemite.
Age Level: 4 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 3
"You go, Girl!"
"Dream Big, pig!"
Poppy is a waddling, toddling pig with big dreams. She wants to be a star! But she soon discovers that's not as easy as it sounds. It's only when Poppy feels the magic of gliding and sliding, swirling and twirling on ice that our most persistent pig truly believes in herself: Poppy, star of the rink!
Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 and up
This six-book series centers around two 23rd century goofballs, Tuna and Herby, who travel back in time to study TJ Finkelstein for their history project. TJ will someday become a great leader who demonstrates honesty, integrity, thoughtfulness, self-sacrifice, respect for others—all traits she hones and grasps through her adventures in this series. Unfortunately, Tuna and Herby get stuck in TJ’s time (modern day), so she has to deal with their schemes while juggling the normal issues of a seventh grader who has moved to a new city, is trying to fit in, and is coping with her mother’s death and her family’s new life
Age Level: 9 - 12 | Grade Level: 2 - 6
Mystery! Lollipops! When a mysterious thief called The Black Boot takes credit for stealing the school’s mascots, Maisy Sawyer has a mystery to solve! Maisy is the best detective in fourth grade. No, she's the best detective in the whole school, and rescuing the little mice is her new mission. Raising the stakes, The Black Boot has also taken Maisy’s famous lollipop collection, and warns her to stop searching for the mice if she every wants to see her lollipops again. Follow the clues as Maisy tries to discover the identity of The Black Boot and struggles to find her prized lollipops and the school’s mascots in the first book in The Maisy Files series.
Age Level: 6 - 14 | Grade Level: 3 - 7
Nature is full of surprises; full of gifts to share. But you’ll only find them if you’re looking. The same goes for the gifts and talents you have. To explain this a little better, this story about a young boy and his journey into a forest was written… just for bright beings like yourself.
Aimed at children aged eight to twelve years old, the illustrated tale should help them to understand that no thing on our great planet is too small to be noticed.
~ While one thing may mean nothing to one person, it could mean everything to another ~
*** For special needs children, ADD and ADHD children, or children who struggle due to a lack of self-esteem. The message in this book should give them the motivation to look at life in a new way, and see how their own lives can be filled with wonder, surprise, magic and success by their simply choosing to look a little closer at their own new discoveries and ideas.
Age Level: 3 - 12 | Grade Level: 1 - 6
Life takes strange turns for Flame, a puppy born in the African desert. Adopted by a free-range cattle farmer, the pup faces the challenge of proving himself to more than one of his new family. As Flame grows into a strong and brave dog, he finds friendship with many loyal furry and feathered friends including Hope, an elusive bird with strange pink eyelids, who tells stories about fires, villainous poachers, happy reunions and hilarious confusions.
Flame’s new friends also teach him to keep The Promise – protecting the vulnerable in Fauna Park, a secret sanctuary within the boundaries of the farm. And when Flame is called upon to risk his life to keep an important pledge, he finds fame amongst friends and foes in a parallel world where the sun always lingers longer before it disappears behind the horizon.
Winner of an Authonomy Gold Medal, Flame and Hope: An African Adventure, is the first book in The Tales From Fauna Park series, which will captivate animal and bird lovers who enjoy learning about the importance of nature and the environment. It is perfect for those whose ‘inner-child’ is waiting to be rediscovered, whether reading for oneself or to a younger loved one.
Fish Tank follows the exploits of three aquarium fish who are not only tank mates but close friends (although some of them may not admit it).
Ted is a super-genius goldfish with lots of ideas, inventions and a thirst for adventure, usually with disastrous consequences. Angelo is a self-absorbed angelfish and Ted's sometimes reluctant sidekick. Hoover is the bottom-feeding algae-eating plecostomus who wants nothing more than to be left out of Ted's ideas and given some peace.Fish Tank - A Tale of Mothic Proportions is the third volume in a series that chronicles their outrageous exploits (originally a web comic from 2006 to 2008). In this story, a strange light is shining into the tank at night, a light so bright that Ted, Angelo and Hoover can’t even sleep. In the end, it turns out that a group of creatures with paranormal, telepathic abilities has nefarious plans for our trio.
Age Level: 3 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 2
Super Sammy & the Terrible Trio is the first book in the Early Reader Superhero Fiction series from Brave Little Heroes. This picture book for children features Sammy - an imaginative little boy who sees larger-than-life adventure at every turn!
If you're looking for picture books for children free, or free kids books for kindle ages 4 8, get Super Sammy & the Terrible Trio for your early readers. Or enjoy as your kids read along with you!
Age Level: 6 - 10 | Grade Level: 1 - 4
The Super Z Formula Book 1 (Double Trouble) is an urban fantasy for kids. It all starts in present day Lagos, Nigeria - one of the most populous cities in the world.
Evil forces are working beneath the belly of the city, on an epidemic that will affect every child in the world. And two hapless pre-teen twins are the only thing powerful enough to stop them.
But how about if they don't even know they have super powers yet?
What kind of superheroes are these?
Age Level: 6 - 10 | Grade Level: 1 - 5
Hero Academy 1 (First Class Secrets) is the beginning of a Superhero fiction saga that will ignite your children's love for early reader chapter books!
When an alien girl at Hero Academy is treated as an outcast by the very kid heroes sworn to serve and protect, she unwittingly reveals the school’s deepest and most dangerous secret….
What You’ll Know from “Learn Chinese Fast”
• The Basics
• Vocabulary Foundations
• Introduce Yourself
• Tell Us about Yourself
• In Your Free Time
• Making Small Talk
• Arrivals and Departures
• On the Street
• In the Restaurant
This book would help you develop the right approach towards overcoming dyslexia by providing answers to the most common questions faced by parents while bringing up a child with dyslexia.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
- What is Dyslexia? – Causes, Facts, Misconceptions
- How to identify Dyslexia?
- How to emotionally support your dyslexic child
- Using technology to overcome dyslexia
- Helping with home work
- How to improve your child’s self-esteem
- Legal Rights
- How to find the best school
- And much, much more!
We are all on a journey. We are wanderers looking for our home. The only problem is some have forgotten about home.
In the book of Revelation, Jesus sends seven letters to seven churches. In His letters He gives them a wake-up call, urging them to remember.
The instructions He gives in these letters are vital for every believer to understand, especially as we enter the last days.
As you read this book you will discover the heart of the Father who is calling His children to get ready for home. Your faith will be strengthened and you will learn how to live like you are on a journey home.
Our current education system is our nation s greatest tragedy. One that if not quickly remedied will have the longest lasting ill effects in these years to come.
Over the past few decades, we have seen a rapid decline in our education. The Department of Education spends tens of millions of dollars towards improvements, yet test averages continue to decline at an alarming rate. The question they will not answer is: Why our students are still failing despite all the efforts?
From inside a women s correctional facility to a small town junior high, a teacher on the inside takes you on a tour of our public education system, and exposes the hypocrisy of the philosophy: they preach, what they don't want you to teach.
The hard cold reality is that the vast majority of the online “earn cash from home” ads are nothing but cons. However, this detailed, in-depth Work From Home Guide offers three different work from home strategies that will help you achieve your dream for financial independence.
The book features a list of online legitimate sites that endorse work from home jobs that are genuine and pay in cash for your work.
Common Sense is perhaps the most famous pamphlet written by political activist Thomas Paine in 1776. The pro-independence pamphlet was the best selling book in America. A table of contents is included.
Rights of Man is a famous pamphlet written by political activist Thomas Paine between 1791 and 1792. It discusses political revolution and defends the French Revolution. A table of contents is included.