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Our Book Formats and How To Use Them

Our Book Formats – The children’s books on Free Kids Books website are provided in pdf format since it’s the most transportable. However, I am slowly converting many books into ePub (great for word-wrap on chapter books) and mobi for kindle fans. Pdf books were originally designed for printing, however, they are also designed for transportability …

 

Lost and Found

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: …

 

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 …

 

Sarbasst’s Tales 3 – Dyslexic Version

Sarbasst’s Tales 3 Dyslexic Version – This book is a revised version ot Sarbasst’s Tales 3, which can be found on our home page, using a Dyslexic font. Sarbasst has started to develop this dyslexic font himself. He needs feedback from the dyslexic children around the world to refine it. Please mail him at info@sarbasst.com …

 

Sunflowers

Sunflowers – A short non-fiction book about Sunflowers. Another great non-fiction Creative Commons book from Mustard Seed, approx. 150 words. This book will teach children facts about sunflowers, how it grow and how long it will grow. Children will be surprise to know that they can eat a part of this flower. By: Elizabeth Kim, MustardSeed …

 

Sharks

Sharks – A short non-fiction book about Sharks, perfect for introducing young children to non-fiction books, or school projects and self-study for early grades. Another great non-fiction Creative Commons book from Mustard Seed, approximately 300 words. By: Mustard Seed, Elizabeth Kim See this book also in Spanish here: https://freekidsbooks.org/los-tiburones-sharks-spanish-version/ Text and Images from Sharks Sharks are a kind of …

 

Samira’s Awful Lunch

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 …

 

Can You Smile When You Snore?

Can You Smile When You Snore? – A fun book with some nice sound effects and a good book for bedtime. Another great Creative Commons book from Storyweaver. This is a Level 2 book brought to us by Pratham’s Storyweaver suited for children who can recognize common words and can read and learn new words …

 

Brushing Is No Fun

Brushing Is No Fun – No one likes brushing their teeth much, but here is a fun way to make tasks that are not fun more enjoyable. Another great Creative Commons book from Storyweaver and Pratham. By: Srividhya Venkat, Anupama Ajinkya Apte     Sample Page from Brushing Is No Fun: When Rohan woke up, he …

 

Inside The Internet

Inside The Internet – A children’s guide to what the internet and World Wide Web are all about and where they came from. A wonderful introduction to a world our children often take for granted, including the history of where it all started and why we call it the World Wide Web. Another great Creative …

 

My Fish!

My Fish! – Two boys fight over a fish – but fighting never helps. What will happen to them, and to the fish? Another great creative commons book from Pratham and Storyweaver. A Pratham Level 1 book – suitable for young children. By: Suraj J Menon, Soumya Menon     Sample Page from My Fish! Kicchu …

 

What If…?

What If – Have you ever wondered: What If….? The ultimate childhood question, and the beginnings of potentially solving all the problems in the world. If we only remembered ‘what if….’ more often! Another great Creative Commons book from BookDash. By: Mary-Anne Hampton, Cristy Zinn, Julie Smith-Belton   Text and Images from What If…? Nandi sat on …

 

Come Back Cat

Come Back Cat – A short and very sweet, delightfully illustrated story about an independent cat. Another great creative commons book from BookDash. The few words and large text size with repetition makes is very suitable for building confidence and keeping attention spans with early readers. Illustrated by Karen Lilje, Written by Nicola Rijsdijk, Designed by Sam …

 

Grandpa’s Gold

Grandpa’s Gold – All the children’s Grandpa’s do amazing things, but Monkey’s Grandpa has something he thinks is even more amazing – what can it be? A short beautifully illustrated creative commons book from BookDash. Illustrated by Elsabé Milandri Written by Kerry Saadien-Raad Designed by Mathilde de Blois   Text and Images from Grandpa’s Gold The …

 

The Dragon and The Garlic Eater Knights

The Dragon and The Garlic Eater Knights – A classic fairy tale with endearing characters, and an allegory about the battle of good and evil, love, friendship, and compassion. Another wonderful book, translated from the original Greek text and allowed to fly free on the internet by Saita Publications. This book is published in Creative …

 

Ben and Max: An Unlikely Friendship

Ben and Max: An Unlikely Friendship – Max, a friendly mouse, befriends Ben, a grouchy bear, the result – both are much happier as are all the other forest animals. Alas, when Sylvester the sly fox arrives, stirring trouble, the friendship is threatened, and Ben does something he really regrets. Will the friendship survive? A …

 

We Go To Bo – One and two early readers letter words

We Go To Bo – One and two early readers letter words, avisit to Bo’s with Ma leads to lots of fun and bubbles. A beautifully illustrated book written completely in words of two letters or less. A great book to build confidence and blending for early readers, and a short fun book for very …

 
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