Are you starting to stress about summer? Having the kids home for such a long break can be trying at times, so why not stock up on ebooks for the kids? Using the kindle app on your iPad/iPhone gives kids access to thousands of books for their summer reading pleasure. Here are five that I have chosen to share with you today.
Please note: If it doesn't say that the Kindle price is $0.00, it will NOT be free and you WILL be charged.
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Tongue Twisters for Kids [Kindle Edition]
There are 50 tongue twisters in this ebook; enough to keep the little tackers going if they attempt to master one per day. You could post a daily tongue twister on your fridge or noticeboard and use it as a password for kids to access screen time or whatever. The kids could set themselves a challenge to master the most in the shortest time. Or maybe this ebook will be your biggest regret.
Number FOUR World Facts (Knowledge Book Series) (Boosting Brain Power) (Age 4-10)(Bedtime & Dreaming) [Kindle Edition]
The fourth and final in a series of ebooks that provide trivial facts related to the number 4 e.g. Of all the animals, only the elephant has four knees. Before I read this ebook, I did not know THAT! Number FOUR World Facts could be used as a template by your kids to create their own personalized facts books about their family, their school or perhaps themselves.
Children Book : I Wish I Were a SEAHORSE (Great Book for Kids) (Age 4 - 9) [Kindle Edition]
Written from the point of view of a horse who longs to be a seahorse, with numerous reasons as to why e.g. I wish I were a seahorse so I could have an amazing tail. After each reason for wanting to be a seahorse, a little tidbit about seahorses is given: [Did you know that seahorses have a prehensile tail?]. Not only will your children learn about seahorses, but they will also increase their vocabulary!
What The Fox Learnt (Illustrated) (Four Fables from Aesop) [Kindle Edition]
We have all been wondering what the fox said, well here are four aesops fables that tell what the fox learnt. The Fox and the Crow ("Do not trust flatterers"), The Fox and the Goat ("Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties"), The Fox and the Grapes ("It is easy to despise what you cannot get" - oh yeah, this is SO pertinent to my kids right now!), The Fox and the Cat ("Better one safe way than a hundred on which you cannot reckon").
The Ugly Duckling (Illustrated) [Kindle Edition]
As the mother of a child with Down Sydnrome, I have grown a new appreciation for stories such as the Ugly Duckling. I used to think the story was all about the swan being confident in his identity, but now I read it as a story about the others learning to see with different eyes and value others for who they are. "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
Cas is going to curl up with a few books and kids and relish in the fact she has warm shelter from the howling wind and driving rain