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Books for Kids: Wiggly the Worm (Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 4-8) by
Follow the adventures of Wiggly Worm and his best friends (Snarky Snail, Rattles Snake, and Munchy Mosquito). Wiggly and his friends live in a backyard garden. What happens when they decide to explore outside the yard?
This is an excellent storybook for early readers, reading aloud at home, and as a bedtime story.
I Think My Mom’s a Superhero (Super Family Children’s Books) by
If your kids love superheroes… if they imagine the only way their Mom could do it all, is that she has superhero powers…then THIS children book about Super Moms will delight your kids! “I Think My Mom’s a Superhero” is the first children’s book in the “Moms Are Superheroes, Too” series.
When Madison is forced to stand up to a bully,she hears her mother’s voice giving her a talking-to about not standing up for herself.
So she stands up for herself.
Back home, things go from weird to weirder.
Moore Zombies: The Search for Gargoy by Wendy Knuth
This is a children’s book about a family of nice zombies who love tomatoes. They learn about the blood moon from the oldest brother, Broheimer and then decide to make a picnic out of the event. They set out on an adventure which involves bartering for tomatoes and finding a campsite that might belong to zombie hunters. During their blood moon picnic, they are spotted by humans and are accused of turning the baby into a zombie. Thanks to Gothina’s quick thinking, they are able to talk their way out of this mess.
OLD JACOB (The “Old” Adventures of Hailey and Jared Series 1)
“BEHIND ME I HEARD A CRAZY HIGH-PITCHED LAUGH!”
It was the last day of summer before school started. Hailey and her best friend Jared wanted it to be a day to be remembered but when they went on their new adventure to Old Jacob’s mine it ended up being a day they would want to forget!
The Time Machine Girls: Secrets by Ernestine Tito Jones
Stuck at their grandparents’ boring farmhouse the whole summer, Hazel and Bess have more than 100 rules they have to follow. No running. No touching the knickknacks. But the biggest rule of all is they absolutely must never go into the attic, ever. So, naturally, that’s the first place Hazel’s 6-year-old sister goes.
And naturally, she can’t let her sister go in there alone. They never expected to discover a time machine, though — and a dark family secret that involves their grumpy grandpa.
Truth Teller by Kurt Chambers
How could ten-year-old Charlotte ever envisage that magic really existed. For her, the world of other realms belonged in children’s fairy tales—or so she thought—until she discovers a strange shopkeeper, which begins an adventure that will change her life forever.
When she finds herself lost and alone in a far away forest, she must embark on a journey where heart-stopping danger and real life monsters are real. However, a far greater threat shadows her every move.
The Broken by Sean Frawley
Like most fourteen-year-old boys, Link Hartkins doesn’t believe in monsters. So when he catches his little brother Ayden talking to an empty wall, Link doesn’t think much of it and simply asks for an introduction to Ayden’s imaginary friend. But even at four years old, Ayden knows the “moving dark” isn’t his friend. Monsters don’t have friends.
Link assumes his brother is probably imagining things, but after the recent death of their mother, Link vowed to keep Ayden safe at all costs.
Lily Lemon Blossom Welcome to Lily’s Room by Barbara Miller
Meet Lily Lemon Blossom, a delightful little girl who loves adventures and playing with her friends. Lily invites you to see her lovely room and meet her many friends, including Bunny Rabbit and Josephine her kitten who is always by her side. A quick peek into Lily’s room will tell you quite a lot about her. The room comes alive with its vibrant colors and huggable plush toys. It’s a happy place for a happy little girl and her friends.
The Ugly Duckling (Illustrated) by Hans Christian Andersen
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.
“It is only with the heart that one can see clearly, for the most essential things are invisible to the eye.”?– Antonie De Sainte Exupery
A to Z of Silly Animals – The Best Selling Illustrated Children’s Book for All Ages by Sprogling (The Silly Animals Series 1) by Sprogling’s Children’s Books
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!