Updated: Feb 11, 2020
I've teamed up with a group of independent authors to offer our ebooks for free download on Wednesday, February 12th and Thursday, February 13th. Check them out and spread the LOVE!
Unicorns, Magic, and Slime, Oh My!
By Misty Black
Mishaps, mystery, and magic--plus hidden pixies on every page--make for an exciting story kids won’t want to put down.
My Magical Choices
By Becky Cummings
Help your kids gain confidence and learn to shape their days with the choices they make! Book two in this best-selling series will teach your kids to choose to be calm, patient, a good sport, forgiving, generous and more!
Goldy the Puppy and the Missing Socks
By Kim Ann
Follow along on this rhyming tale of discovery as a brother and sister try to figure out what exactly is happening to all the socks!
Wally and the Sweet Mountain Candy Factory
By Meghan Christensen
Say Hi to Wally. He is a candy maker and today--YOU ARE TOO! Put on your candy making hat and find a conveyor belt; there is work to be done! “Stretch, roll, and sprinkle” your way through this interactive story for the whole family!
I’m Basically a Unicorn
By Melanie Hawkins
From unique traits that make us look or just feel a bit different, to different abilities--this book can help us realize that no matter our abilities, strengths or weaknesses, each of us is precious, rare, and beautiful-We are all basically a unicorn!
Punk the Skunk Learns to Say Sorry (Free February 12th only)
By Misty Black
Normally, Punk’s teasing was harmless. But today was not a normal day. What happens when teasing goes too far? Will Punk be able to do what it takes to get his friends back, or will it be too late?
Find out NOW in this anti-bullying book that may have you rooting for the “under-skunk.”
The Cherry on Top
By Lauren Eresman
Molly & Polly are two very different cherries who happen to be joined together at the stem but feel like they can’t follow their dreams if they stay attached, so have a big decision to make. Will separating bring them joy or is it a huge mistake?
The Magic of Friendship Snow
By Andi Cann
Making friends is hard!
Once you find a friend, how do you BE a good friend?
Jojo looks around and everyone seems to have friends but her. She feels sad and lonely. Then, Jojo meets Puddles, the snowman made with magic friendship snow.
For every child who struggles to make friends and parents who try to show them how, this children's book celebrates the special bond between friends.
The Nitpicker’s Delimma (ages 7-10)
By Sarah Giles
In book 3 of the Fitting Out Series, It’s Picture Day and Max wonders if he will be able to save his hair and for once, take a non-embarrassing school picture.
The Worst Love Book in the Whole Entire World
By Joey Acker
Love is in the air...or maybe not…
Because this is the Worst Love Book in the Whole Entire World. Nameless, the dashing young rock on the cover, tries to explain to the reader why this book is simply the worst LOVE book ever. What could possibly be so bad about a book about love? Who is that lady rock on the cover?? Is there really a goat in this book? Wait...WHAT?!?
A Book of Hearts
By Jessica Laurel Kane
A Book of Hearts was written for children and adults to encourage understanding and empathy for all the different kinds of people who live in our world and inside our very own hearts.
Boo (Free February 12th only)
By Jeanna Ganas
Boo, the hamster, was just a regular classroom pet…until he escaped from his cage. Join Boo on this rhyming adventure as he explores the wondrous places within his school, and through perseverance, ultimately discovers that there is no place like home. Boo’s story is fun, full of adventure, and based on an actual event.
By D.K. Ackerman
Princess Pirates is about three sisters pretending to be princesses who hear an enchantress has taken their treasure. But these girls are no damsels in distress! Becoming pirates, they set sail across oceans, travel through jungles, and battle with tigers to accomplish their goal—all by themselves. Princess Pirates reflects the imaginations of actual children, who shouldn't be limited by dated gender stereotypes, and reminds kids how imagination can be more fun than screen time.
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