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This book takes readers through 10 simple steps to creating a book, including software, images, format, and publishing. This book is written in simple terms to be used as a guide by children or as a lesson plan by teachers or parents. If you create a book and want to share it on Free Kids …

 
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This is a survival guide and workbook designed specifically for teens or young adults who may have thoughts of self-harm. The ebook is available as a pdf which you can print and fill in by hand or edit using the pdf annotate tools and also as an editable odg file (Open Office Draw). Note the …

 
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An enlightening text on the life of Gandhi, containing enlightening snapshots of Gandhi’s life, with lots of questions for reflection, making it very suitable for school use – social studies, history, art, or English. The Haiku, images, and text reflect the remarkable life of Mahatma (‘great soul’) who brought freedom to India through non-violent protest. …

 
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Gabriel Rosenstock is an accomplished Irish author, poet, and Haiku expert. He presents 16 Haiku set to and inspired by the artwork of Odilon Redon. These beautiful poems have been translated into Irish, Scottish, and Japanese. See more books from Gabriel Rosenstock on Free Kids Books here –https://freekidsbooks.org/author/gabriel-rosenstock/ And see more of Gabriel Rosenstock’s Haiku …

 
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An inspiring story detailing a connection between a heart transplant and his donor, and how you can make a change if you try and keep trying. Max and Keira achieve an important change in organ donor laws in the UK – saving hundreds of lives each year since the change was effected. This book is …

 
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Toby Rush creates a fun and engaging way to learn music theory, and this is his introductory selection of pages available, detailing notation: pitch, notation: rhythm, notation: meter, the major scale and major key signatures, the circle of fifths, intervals, and minor scales and circle, and dynamics and articulations. This is a perfect resource for …

 
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In the grip of a terrifying pandemic, thirty writers, aged eight to eighteen share their innermost experiences in journals, poetry, and essays. Writing from Quarantine is produced by Mighty Writers – inspiring youth to think clearly and write with clarity.    

 
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“What’s That All About Then?” is a book of poetry for children which provides a whimsical look at all kinds of growing-up experiences. Subjects range from personal concerns of childhood such as ownership, bullying, self-esteem, family issues, school experiences, coping with loss, the pains and joys of growing up, imaginary friends, and superheroes to wider …

 
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This poignant account of children and teen’s child helpline calls can help children put their problems in perspective or recognise that there are ways to get help. Over thirty stories of problems from too much schoolwork or friendship difficulties to suicide and physical and sexual abuse. The book also includes worldwide contacts for Child Helpline …

 
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