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The Prankster Diaries (Book 1): Jokes on the Jokester (An Unofficial Minecraft Book for Kids Ages 9 - 12 (Preteen)
Mark Mulle - 2016
Ever since he can remember all he has loved doing is pranking other people in their Minecraft Village. There’s just a certain thrill that comes with watching a well-planned prank finally play out. There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing a water balloon splash on someone’s head, or hearing an adult sit on a whoopee cushion. With all of the fun he’s been having, and with how long his pranking streak has been going, Clyde never expected that one of his pranks would backfire. What Clyde failed to learn before now was--you need to be careful who you try to prank especially if that person happens to be a witch. This small flaw could cause Clyde’s biggest problem. Will Clyde’s joking nature be his biggest downfall, or will he be able to trick his way out of every sticky situation that comes his way? All of these details and more are only included in Clyde’s diary, Jokes on the Jokester. Author’s Note: This short story is for your reading pleasure. The characters in this "Minecraft Adventure Series" such as Steve, Endermen or Herobrine...etc are based on the Minecraft Game coming from Minecraft ®/TM & © 2009-2013 Mojang / Notch
Children's picture books: Olly and fizz in "Toilet paper!": (Funny children's Picture book about "Toilet Paper Imagination!, Picture Books, Preschool Books, ... 3-5, Kids book, (giggletastic stories 4)
Joshua McManus - 2017
Whether sitting on a train or sitting on the loo, it’s the perfect way to spend a few minutes when you’re in need of a laugh.
Minecraft: Diary of a Minecraft Agent Book 1: The Cosmic Cube Saga - The Mystery Land (An Unofficial Minecraft Book) (Agent Jack)
Alex Anderson - 2015
Jack is chosen by Notch for an extremely secret mission called 'Project Z'. This mission is very dangerous and there is no promise of success but this mission is essential for the future of the Minecraft world. Rare, dark and guarded secrets of Minecraft will be revealed in this action packed saga. So what are you waiting for? Grab this book now for FREE with kindle unlimited.
The Little Cockroach
Susie Violet - 2020
He loves Mexico but wants to explore the world. Amazing things happen to Pedro and his friend Enrico when they decide to leave their home in search of adventure. The Little Cockroach is a delightful bedtime story about determination, travel and adventure.
Minecraft: Diary of a 6th Grade Zombie: Book 1: The Intruder (Minecraft, Children)
Mine Kid - 2016
In this book we will dive into the marvelous World of Blocks, which is a fun and strange place to be in, especially if you are a 12 year old Zombie attending the famous Academy of Zombies, trying to solve a mystery along the way.Plunge into this exciting story and see the world from a young Zombie’s perspective as he is learning more about Humans. Everyone thinks that the only thing Zombies are good at is walking slowly by dragging their feet, growling and scaring Humans – but Jake will prove you wrong – Zombies might not be very different from humans after all. Diary of a 6th grade Zombie is a must-read for any kid over 7 years old who loves Minecraft.
V. Moua - 2016
He gets put in the corner and he's not one bit happy about it! So what does this bird try to do? He whines and complains but quickly realizes that gets him nowhere. So then he tries to convince the reader to help him out of his predicament. Will his plan work? Read along as you and your child will once again enjoy the silly antics of this quirky bird! This is a read aloud kids book and is easy to read. The target age range audience is for toddlers, preschool and young children. Timeout Stinks! is a book that any child will love, especially at bedtime. This book is suitable for parents to read to their children. Grandparents will definitely enjoy reading this book to their grandchildren. Read this children's book FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership
My best friend bob is a scary monster: (Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 5-7 Baby Books, Kids Book, Bedtime Story, childrens book, fairy tales, monster story)
Annette Sawyer - 2018
Join Jack and his monster companion as they explore exotic locations to try and find out what makes children scared. Learn about the secret world of monsters, what makes monsters afraid, and how to help a monster with their homework. Like all good bed-time books for kids, My Best Friend is a Scary Monster is appropriate for all reading levels and can be enjoyed over and over again. There’s even a lesson about finding true friendship and overcoming your own fears. Overall, if you have any interest in bed-time books for kids , then My Best Friend is a Scary Monster is a great way to introduce your young ones to the genre.
The Rainbow Bee
Ricardo Gattas-Moras - 2021
Rainbow, the main character in the story, is able to help the hive realize that differences can be beautiful, and should be embraced."We're all a little different; some taller, some shorter, some wider, some slimmer, some yellow and black, and some rainbow. But inside we're all the same."
A Wolf Pup's Tale
Rachel Yu - 2010
Fast forward three years to the present, Rachel has transformed "Rugmo and the Other Side of the Fence," to "A Wolf Pup's Tale;" a beautifully illustrated, enchanting children's book. It is a story about a young wolf pup, whose curiosity leads him to discovery, danger, and friendship.
A Beautiful Girl Like You
Nikki Rogers - 2012
Bring beauty to the world by just being you!"With charming rhyme and sweet illustrations, this special book will inspire little girls and big girls alike to value what makes them unique and the part they can play in making the world a more wonderful place.
49 Ways to Steal the Cookie Jar (The 49... Series Book 2)
James Warwood - 2013
Got a sweet tooth?... Can't wait till dinner time?... Here's 49 (extremely silly) ways to reach the Cookie Jar! Join the hilarious adventure of these cheeky kids who will try absolutely anything to get their hands on the Cookie Jar. With an illustration for each haphazard attempt, you're guaranteed to laugh, smirk, and chuckle for hours. Disclaimer: reading this eBook will probably make you giggle, but won't help you get a cookie. Recommended Age: 10+