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Teju’s Shadow – Dealing with fear

In Teju’s shadow, Teju’s Mama helps him get over his fear of the dark and fear of his shadow. A cute story for young children who are afraid. Illustrated by Ndumiso Nyoni, Written by Sope Martins Sample Text from Teju’s Shadow “What’s that?” Teju hides. “It won’t find me here!” He runs. “Why are you …

 

Mama Antelope’s House – Fun Early Reader

In Mama Antelope’s House we see lots of repetition which makes it a great early reader, or just a fun story for young children. Hare plays a trick on the other animals, can they get into Mama Antelope’s House? Who is making all the noise? Find out more, learn a lesson in manners, and have …

 

Katiiti’s Song

Katiiti’s Song – Katiiti meets a gorilla who tries to trick her with a sweet song. Lots of repetition makes this cute story a good one for children learning to read. Another great story brought to us by BookDash. Author: Philippa Namutebi Kabali-Kagwa Illustrator: Mary Marble Text and Images from Katiiti’s Song Katiiti lived in a village next …

 

How About You – fun rhyme for young children

How About You is a fun rhyming picture book for young children. It has a total of 72 words, 10 double page spreads, including some wonderful sound effects! Perfect for reading with toddlers. Another great creative commons book brought to you by Bookdash. Illustrated by Renate van Rensburg Written by Margot Bertelsmann Designed by Ronèll …

 

Reviens Chat – Come Back Cat in French

Reviens Chat – The delightful short book Come Back Cat, from BookDash, available here translated into French. More Books by Bookdash on FKB here: https://freekidsbooks.org/category/bookdash/ Illustrated by Karen Lilje Written by Nicola Rijsdijk Designed by Sam Scarborough   Text and Images from Reviens Chat Reviens, chat ! Joue avec moi. Assieds-toi dans le panier. Reste là …

 

A Tiny Seed – The Story of Wangari Maathai

A Tiny Seed – Wangari Maathai understood that a lot can be achieved for the world by planting a tiny seed and letting it grow. Through her belief and her dreams for her country and people, she became the first black woman to win the Nobel Prize. This inspiring true story for children is brought …

 

Little Sock

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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