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Hans Christian Andersen is a Danish writer best remembered as one of the greatest storytellers of children’s fairy tales. “The Brave Tin Soldier” was written between 1835 and 1872 and tells of the love and adventures of a one-legged tin soldier and a paper doll dancer he wants to make his wife. This version of …

 
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Lost and Found – A beautifully rhymed and illustrated book about a lost yo-yo…will it be found? …And the morale – look after your toys! Great for young readers and those learning to read. Another great Creative Commons book from Pratham and Storyweaver. By: Sukhada Rahalkar Illustrator: Sukhada Rahalkar   Sample Page from Lost and Found: …

 
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Little Sock – A lost sock looks for his home, will he find it? A very sweet early reader, with simple repetitive language, and bright child friendly illustrations. The book also has an inspiring simple activity to help make use of those lost socks, and give them a new home. Another great creative commons book …

 
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The Best Thing Ever – A little boy is on a quest to build the best thing ever. A short tale about creativity, and using every day items found around us to create something special. Another great creative commons book from BookDash. By: Melissa Fagan, Lauren Nel, Stefania Origgi     Text and Images from The …

 
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Whose Button is it? Is a short story about toys for young children. Someone’s lost a button, will Tinny Tim find it’s owner? This provides a beautifully illustrated mystery to solve for young children. The large text size and repetition makes it a very nice book for early readers. This book is another great Creative …

 
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Tania is a Detective – Tania’s favourite toy, Anne, goes missing, Tania and her mama follow a sequence of deductive reasoning to track her down. Another story in the Tania series, about a pre-school girl’s adventures with her family and friends. By: Kanika G   Sample Text From Tania is a Detective: Tania and mama were …

 
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The Velveteen Rabbit – In this classic tale of a much loved toy, Margery Williams explains the magic behind toys and how they become real. Note: The Velveteen Rabbit is an open source book, that is, it is available in the public domain due to an expired (or unregistered) copyright. Although we don’t normally publish …

 
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Twinklinka is the prettiest doll in the toy store. Surely she will find a great home. However every time a sweet child comes into the toy store she finds some reason to hide. Waiting for the perfect child does she perhaps wait too long? Eventually she finds a home. Will it be the home of her dreams? …

 
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