10 Free and Cheap Kindle Books for Kids



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You’re Growing {FREE} – With very few books that teach children what it means to grow, this fun, playful and yet profound book teaches children that everything grows—trees grow, puppies grow, babies grow, and children grow, too! One day, you will need a bigger bed, bigger shoes, hats, clothes—and you may even be bigger than mommy and daddy!

 

Did You Know My Mom is Awesome? {99¢} – Every Mom is the most amazing person for her children – she’s their heroine. In this touching bedtime story, a little girl describes why her Mom is awesome. We see her going through her day, carrying the warmest feeling about her mother.
Mom always knows how she feels and can help with any problem. Mom can make the most complicated braid and explain fractions; Mom can help to wake her up in the morning and hug her tightly when she’s sad.

 

Tiffy’s Terrible Top Hat {99¢} – We all know one kid that’s loathsome. You know the kid who’s just mean. They lie. They steal. They bully everyone. Completely self-absorbed, they have empathy for no one. Well Tiffany Rinks is that kid.

 

Dewi and the Seeds of Doom {99¢} – When Dewi is clobbered by a falling rat, the nosy Welsh dragon snoops his way into a challenging predicament. Helped by a toad with a passion for chemical wart cures, Dewi discovers that a megalomaniac baron is secretly breeding mutant corn at an unfriendly castle. To thwart the genetically modified-corn baron’s sickening plan, he must use moxie and firepower in a series of catastrophe-skirting capers.

 

Everyone Gets Gold Stars but Me {99¢) – Miss Tenure gives out gold stars to everybody. She gives them out for good spelling, attendance, and even for drinking milk. But Peppermint Patty has never gotten a gold star—and she wants one. But then the teacher’s box of treasured gold stars goes missing, and Peppermint Patty is the main suspect. She enlists the help of Snoopy, the “world-famous attorney,” and goes undercover. She is determined to find the real culprit and earn a gold star fair and square.

 

Pigtastic! {99¢} – Pigtastic! is an fun picture book featuring over 30 pages of adorable computer-generated art. Introduce your children to a great message about accepting people for who they are. Great for bedtime!

  

Diggy – Diggy has lots of work to do! Join in the construction fun and help Diggy do what he does best. If your little boy loves dump trucks, diggers, and building fun, Diggy is sure to be a treat! For fans of “Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site,” and “Where do Diggers Sleep at Night.”

 

A Day at the Zoo with My Family {$1.99} – A day at the zoo with my family is a book depicting an interracial family and their journey to the zoo for a fun family outing. Follow them on this rhythmic journey with all your favorite animals and more. The story was designed for children 0 – 5, but is a fun read for the whole family. Read it for fun time or bed time, either way everyone will enjoy a day at the zoo!

 

A Day at the Zoo {99¢} – The second book in the series about a little boy and his best friend bear.
This time they visit the zoo.

 

Zoo Day {FREE} – What makes Flamingo’s pretty feathers pink? What color are Beaver’s teeth? What does Tiger do for fun? Come to the zoo and find out! And don’t forget to look for Frog on most of the colorful pages!

Written by Tara Mitchell

Tara Mitchell

Tara is wife to Matt and homeschool momma of three. Her children are 21, 16, and 11 – two boys and one girl. She is currently homeschooling her daughter – 6th grade. When she’s not blogging, Tara enjoys crocheting and snuggling up with a good book. She and her family recently moved from Texas to Ohio, and they’re having fun exploring their new surroundings. She blogs about homeschooling, motherhood, and family life on both of her blogs – Homeschool Preschool and Teaching with Children’s Books.

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