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St Clare's: The Final Years (St Clare's Collection)


Enid Blyton - 2014
     'Mam'zelle beamed. 'You will like the little Claudine! For she is French. She is my niece!' But Mam'zelle is in for a shock! Out to break every school rule, new girl Claudine is no teacher's pet...'     The twins of St. Clare's and their friends are back in this volume collecting their final three years at the famous school.   There's plenty of action, adventure and drama as a new girl causes havoc, and a first former has a mysterious secret...and who will become head girl?

New Girls at Malory Towers


Pamela Cox - 2014
    Felicity is the new head of the third form at Malory Towers, and what a lot she has to deal with! There are new girls to get to know, mysteries to uncover, and even a concert to put on – not to mention plenty of midnight feasts. Whatever each new term brings, Felicity and her friends know one thing is for sure. There will always be mischief and adventure! This bumper volume includes the next three Malory Towers stories: New Term at Malory Towers Summer Term at Malory Towers Winter Term at Malory Towers

The Five Mouse Brothers


Rachel Yu - 2011
    But then...One brother, falsely accused of thievery, must face the "Wheel of Doom." What will they do to rescue him from his fate? Fortunately, an ingenious plan with the help of their family secret may just save the day. Join the mouse brothers on this fun and entertaining adventure, adapted from a classic Chinese folktale.If you enjoyed The Five Mouse Brothers, then check out The Five Mouse Sisters, now available.AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:Best-selling author Rachel, 16 years old, is a young high school student from California who spends her free time using her vivid imagination to write stories. She has an unquenchable passion for science fiction and fantasy. In fact, A Dragon Named Dragon, is inspired by one of her favorite books, Dark Lord of Derkhom, by Diana Wynne Jones. A Dragon Named Dragon children's picture book is Rachel's first endeavor to the literary world.Rachel was recently featured on MTV Geek.geek-news.mtv.com/2012/01/23/meet-the-sixt...3081 KB

The Donut Thief


V. Moua - 2017
    But there is one big problem...someone has already taken it. Will we find out who the donut thief is? Read along and help Sammy solve the case of the missing donut! This is a read aloud kids book and is easy to read. The target age range audience is for toddlers, preschool and young children. The Donut Thief 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!

Sharks (Our Amazing World)


Kay de Silva - 2012
    Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful fish: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior. The following Sharks are featured:* The swift Black Tip Reef Shark* The dangerous Bull Shark* The resourceful Hammerhead Shark* The feared Great White Shark* The stealthy Lemon Shark* The fanged Nurse Shark* The gentle Whale Shark* The deceptive Wobbegong

Little Shoes (A Colorful Children's Picture Book)


Amy Sansome - 2011
    Perfect for your Kindle app for iPad - will show in color on the iPad,Illustrations will show in black and white on regular Kindle.

Children's Book: "Just The Way I Am" (How to Build Self Confidence & Self-Esteem in children's books for ages 2-8) (Interpersonal Skills for Leadership in Kids Collection)


Idan Hadari - 2013
    I had no confidence in myself, neither about the way I looked, nor how I spoke, or how to make contact and interact with other children.As in my other books, I wrote this book from a real desire to help children: How to improve their self-confidence* How to boost self-esteem* How to overcome fear and self-doubt* How to believe in themselves* How to think positively* How to overcome obstacles* How to face rejection - no one is perfect* How to conquer their fears* How to be strong, brimming with courage and fortitude This is a touching and funny story, about a young child that discovers that he has a birthmark on his hand. He learns how to deal with it right up to the surprising end.A great deal of time and effort was invested in the illustrations of this book, as well as the idea behind the story, and binding it all together into a lovely children's story with great values. If you would like that your child not miss out on opportunities in life because of his/her lack self-confidence; whether it be public speaking; taking on leadership roles, or asking someone for a date; then we should teach them the lessons of how to face the challenges and situations they may not be equipped to handle, while they are still young, and before it is too late. Self-esteem determines how successful they will become. Low self-esteem and confidence can affect even the most powerful men and women, no matter how smart, educated or "attractive" they are.

I Am Not Afraid To Fail (Persistence Project Book 1)


Daniel Kenney - 2019
    Failure doesn't have to be scary for kids. And parents, guardians, and mentors play a crucial role in teaching kids that failure is just one step towards success. Thankfully, simple books with powerful language can help! With the help of "I Am Not Afraid To Fail", you and your child can work together to learn that failure is a normal and natural part of life. Help the child in your life build the confidence to take chances and go for it without fear of failure. Read the book and start this important conversation today!"I Am Not Afraid To Fail" is the third book in the Persistence Project Series. GET IT NOW The Persistence Project Series -Book One: I Am Not Afraid To Fail -Book Two: I Won't Give Up -Book Three: You Can Face Your Fears-Book Four: You Can Always Improve - Coming Fall 2020!

Lola The Mermaid and The Splish Splash Olympics


Lily Lexington - 2012
    

Short or tall doesn't matter at all: A story about being different and what's important in life (Mindful Mia #1)


Asaf Rozanes - 2018
     Every child goes through struggles to fit in or find their place in a world that is often confusing and sometimes cruel.  In this insightful and inspiring book, children will learn what is really important in life: Kindness Acceptance Learning to be themselves  This lesson is universal and applies to both children and parents alike.

My Monster Farts 2


Kate Clary - 2013
    Good for readers in grades 1-3. Lenny the farting monster is back! Find out how Lenny saves the day when a mean substitute teacher comes to school. If you enjoy this book, you may enjoy other books by Kate Clary, including THE MONSTER THAT STOLE MY UNDERWEAR and FARTICUS STINKAMUS.

I Like Me And I Love Me: A self-love and like book of affirmations for children


Abby Zaitley - 2019
     Let’s celebrate the joy of liking and loving who you are! I LIKE ME AND I LOVE ME is a rhyming children’s picture book focused on encouraging self-like, self-love and acceptance. The book’s main character is quirky, confident, loving, and is inspiring with their self-confidence. They examine conventional and non-conventional ways of being proud and accepting of yourself shown through beautiful water-colour images, and engaging rhyming text.

Aquatan


Mac Park - 2010
    Only a boy and his dogbot defend the wall and protect Earth.Kai Masters. Border Guard and beast battler.When dead fish covered in glowing moss wash up on the beach, Kai knows it's time for battle.Was Kai right to choose the Torpedo Bowshot to battle the water beast? Will it work against toxic jellyfish? Will it be enough to take on a wave attack?Fast-paced and loaded with high energy, Boy vs Beast takes reading to young boys on their terms.

Who Wants To Play With Little Mouse?: A fun counting story about friendship


Jana Buchmann - 2020
    Little Mouse travels around counting from one to ten, meeting cute little friends along the way. He encounters the world’s three most adorable spiders catching golden rays of sunshine and various other creatures like six slow slimy snails and seven busy buzzing bees. But none seem to care about him. Little Mouse heads home, dejected. The next day, however, his numbered friends arrive to recount all the good times they’ve shared with Little Mouse. So together they count down from ten to one and regain their friendship.Jana Buchmann demonstrates a musician’s timing and a poet’s skill in this perfectly penned book for aspiring little readers. The story, which centers on being disappointed when things don’t go your way, is easy to follow and is relevant for young children. The counting lesson is delivered is such a beautiful and engaging way that kids won’t even realize they are mastering their numbers. The colorful illustrations are divine, embellishing an already wonderful story. I highly recommend Who Wants To Play With Little Mouse? by Jana Buchmann to anyone with toddlers or preschoolers at home, as it is an easy-to-grasp story that teaches counting and important lessons in such a way that every child will be eager to learn.

A Dog in the Fog: Sight Word Fun for Beginner Readers


Tanja Russita - 2015
    Written and illustrated by Tanja Russita, mother, teacher, artist and psychologist. The idea for the series came from Tanja's daughter wanting to read childrens' stories "from a Kindle, like my mum." Now the books are enjoyed worldwide by kids who are learning how to read. Watch and listen to your child's reading skills grow. Prepare to have to share your e-reader!