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Welcome to my Home is a charming picture book about being tidy. In the story, a little boy shrinks and befriends a bee. He learns from the bees why it’s important to work hard, and to be tidy. This picture book is perfect for early readers, to keep them interested while learning new words to …

 
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Grandpa Farouk has an amazing garden and when Amir visits, he loves helping out with all the tasks. This picture book is perfect for young early readers. Picture books help keep your little ones interest and attention, by introducing them new words and at the same time giving them wonderful and fun drawn pages Illustrated by …

 
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In Spincy Spider, an early grade fiction book, spincy spider longed to be like his famous like his great, great, great, grandfather Incy. Will he find out how? Read more in this short fiction book suitable for early grade children, including a new nursery rhyme. Another great children’s storybook from Pratham books. By: Herminder Ohri …

 
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Lara the yellow ladybird is different from all her friends, her differences make her unique, but she doesn’t always like being different, what would it be like to be the same as the others? Read this book to find out. Lara the Yellow Ladybird makes a great early reader with lots of repetition and a …

 
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Little Ant’s Big Plan – Little Ant loved to read! But ants don’t read, they feed, or do they? Find out what happens to little ant and his love of reading, in this rhyming and wonderfully illustrated creative commons picture book by BookDash. Illustrated by Steven McKimmie, Written by Candice Dingwall, Designed by Telri Stoop …

 
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Bee Not So Busy – isn’t like the other bees, she doesn’t like to be busy, but when she looks for a different way, she makes some interesting discoveries. This book is brought to you in Creative Commons by Gita Reddy. By: Gita V. Reddy     Text and Images from Bee Not So Busy All …

 
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Samira’s Awful Lunch – Sometimes viewing what others have makes one more appreciative of our own things. Another great Creative Commons book from Pratham and Storyweaver. This is a Level 2 book from Pratham’s Storyweaver aimed to children who can recognize familiar words and can read new words with help. The book has minimum amount of …

 
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Insects – A Non-Fiction book about insects with lots of interesting facts, following with review questions and activities. A simple non-fiction book, perfect for early grades, a good start on the topic of insects for school science and nature projects . Another great creative commons book from Open Equal Free, classified by OEF as Level …

 
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Butterflies – A non-fiction book about butterflies for early grades, with beautiful colour photographs. Another great creative commons creation from Mustard Seed Books. Word count 219, Guided Reading Level I. By: Mustard Seed   Text and Images from Butterflies A butterfly is an insect. It has six legs and four wings. A butterfly’s body has three parts. …

 
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Why do bees and butterflies like flowers so much? This book helps us find out. A beautifully illustrated tale of bees and flowers, including an English and a Spanish free eBook version, and available in paperback on Amazon. This is from the Mummy Nature Series: A mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme. …

 
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