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Rating: 4.50 / 5
109 reviews

Maya & Filippo Show Aloha: Free Books for Kids Ages 4-8 (Maya & Filippo Adventure and Education for Kids Book 1)

by Alinka Rutkowska and Konrad Checinski

"An engaging book to entertain and educate young readers about the Hawaiian lifestyle and culture." - 5 stars from Readers' Favorite

Have you ever been to Hawaii? Let Maya & Filippo show you around! Learn important facts about the islands’ geography and history. Discover the culture of Hawaii with its lei, ukeleles and hula dance. But there’s more. Learn how to live the spirit of Aloha with Maya & Filippo.

If you enjoy free kids' books for kindle ages 4-8, this will be a wonderful introduction to Maya & Filippo's world of cruise travel.

Genre: Children's eBooks, Geography & Cultures, Cars, Trains & Things That Go
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 26 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 

Outsmarted (Posh Mum Book 1)

by Maria Rattray

James needs to use all his cunning and diplomacy on his posh mum not only to get what he wants, but also to get her to lighten up. Here's a snippet:
"James, don’t you dare speak to me like that! Just wait till I tell your father.”
“Tell him ‘bout what exactly?”
SILENCE! He knew he’d rattled her. Eventually James began to speak, not to his mother but to himself, a stage-whisper once again of a list of things his mum needed to tell his dad about, when he got home from his trip. Tuesday 23rd May he began…
~ Panic response to blood on son’s T-shirt, the result of which was….
~ Driving on highway still dressed in dressing gown
~ Dangerous driving on same highway, almost causing multiple accidents!
~ Road rage – would have had to be seen to be believed!
~ Breaking traffic rules, many rules!
~ Being pulled over by cops then giving them a sob story about son’s accident
~ Eventually being rescued by thugs, louts, lower-class citizens – choose your own definition!
~ Broken promise about a bike ride with a lower-class citizen
“Do you HAVE to go on James? You’ve made your point. Besides, that’s blackmail you know,” she said tiredly.
"Merely stating facts,” he replied laconically. He was almost enjoying himself. James’ mum was outraged, but at the same time she was beginning to recognize some attributes in her son that she’d never recognized before. This kind of rhetoric would beat the President of the United States into submission! She’d never heard him reason so convincingly…or, so cunningly!
How did all this come about? What's going to happen now? Would you have managed to do what James did?

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Cars, Trains & Things That Go, Humor & Satire, General Humor
Size: 53 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 



Genre: Children's eBooks, Geography & Cultures, Cars, Trains & Things That Go, Nonfiction, Children's Nonfiction
Size: 6 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.30 / 5
26 reviews

Cyrus LongBones and the Curse of the Sea Zombie

by Jeremy Mathiesen

Stealing into forbidden territory, sixteen-year-old Cyrus LongBones discovers that his small island is in fact a giant, fossilized turtle shell. With his village’s obsession of working the earth, the skeleton collapses in on itself, killing Cyrus’ brother and destroying his village. Forced into action, Cyrus is the first of his kind to leave his land and sail out to sea in search of a new home. Little does he know that a creature known as the Sea Zombie is at the root of his brother’s death and his people’s oppression.

Genre: Children's eBooks, Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories, Cars, Trains & Things That Go, Teen & Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Size: Unknown
Free download for Kindle from 21 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.80 / 5
8 reviews

Runs Good --No Reverse

by Mike Hershman

Mark Sills, 16, found the car on Craigslist --the ad read RUNS GOOD -NO REVERSE. He buys the car and, along with his pal Fred, decides to fix it up, but he doesn't have much experience. Oh, Mark once oiled the chain on his bike and Fred added a quart of oil to his Dad's car, but that was about it. A car with no reverse soon finds Mark in trouble with his girlfriend, her mom and his school's Vice Principal. He finds some new friends too -- an ex-Marine junkyard owner and an old lady named Agnes. The title describes the car, and also the boys --and a girl named Karen.

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Cars, Trains & Things That Go, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 127 pages
Free download for Kindle from 21 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.70 / 5
32 reviews

Sascha Martin's Rocket-Ship: A hilarious sci fi action and adventure book for kids (Catastrophes drawn from the diary of Sascha Martin: inventor, genius, and grade 2 science monitor. 1)

by John Arthur Nichol and Manuela Pentangelo

Fully illustrated in colour. The first disastrous adventure of Sascha Martin, the eight year old inventor who brings new meaning, and catastrophe, to Show and Tell. A book designed to be read aloud, with pictures and verse that children will adore.Sascha Martin’s Rocket-Ship is a wild, funny, deliciously silly adventure wrapped in rhyming verse and Manuela Pentangelo’s wonderful illustrations. Flying pies meet screaming teachers high above the school in this debut disaster featuring Sascha Martin, an eight-year old boy whose genius knows no responsibility.

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories, Science, Nature & How It Works, Cars, Trains & Things That Go, Nonfiction, Children's Nonfiction
Size: 42 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 3.00 / 5
1 review

Signal @TurnpikeLane (Turnpike Train Detective Mysteries Book 1)

by Katherine Semler

Can you solve the mystery lurking in the tunnels of the London Underground before Dick Turnpike does? Have you the answers to the “vague” letter in Mrs Abigail Parsons’ possession since the death of her Professor Uncle who fought in World War 1 but died in World War 2?

Dick Turnpike, the 12 year old history detective and tube train enthusiast, along with the help of his friend, Charlie Neasden, and the Underground Club caretaker, Ron Stanmore, are on the case. A possessed parrot, Goldhawk Junior, holds the key to the riddle. Through him the spirit of dead Goldhawk Senior communicates with the living world. The ghosts of the London Underground pose a threat but they are not enough to spook the hero of the book, Dick Turnpike.

The story is set in contemporary 21st century Britain against the backdrop of the interesting and amazing history of the world’s first subterranean railway system affectionately known as the “Tube”. In typical Charles Dickens fashion the story covers parts of London’s social history but where locations link with places on the London Underground map. As well as delving into the past, it touches on the issues and technical social media revolution affecting the younger generation today.

I’ve been inspired to write a mystery from the age of 12, which is when I read my first Agatha Christie novel, “By the Pricking of My Thumbs”. I read the book as I found out the school I was attending at the time was next door to the house in Sunningdale where Agatha Christie used to live. The house was called “Styles” and actually features in one of her book titles, “The Mysterious Affair at Styles”. Now as an adult and after a fascinating trip to the London Transport Museum and the purchase of Stephen Halliday’s “Underground To Everywhere” book, I thought I would mix the two and write a mystery set on the London Underground, but with a modern day twist.

Genre: Children's eBooks, Mysteries & Detectives, Cars, Trains & Things That Go, Nonfiction, Children's Nonfiction
Size: 114 pages
Free download for Kindle from 08 April 2018 onward PDT/PST 

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