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My Best Friend – short story with imagination

In My Best Friend, we see how imagination and dreams can make something feel real. A young girl plays with her mirror image, but the image doesn’t talk back, until she falls asleep. This picture book is perfect for early readers and toddlers. Another great book from pratham and storyweaver Author: Anupa, Lal Illustrator: Suvidha …

 

I Don’t Want To Go To Sleep – Bedtime Fun

In I Don’t Want To Go To Sleep we find some fun bedtime solutions for the child that doesn’t want to sleep. A fun bedtime book for young children. Another great book brought to us by Bookdash, see more of their books on our site here: https://freekidsbooks.org/publisher/bookdash/ Illustrated by Subi Bosa, Written by Sarah McGregor   …

 

My Father’s Dragon – Classic humor for elementary children

This is a classic humor for elementary children about how the narrator’s father and a friendly stray cat go in search of an imprisoned young dragon. On the way deceiving the wild animals who want to stop him or eat him, or both, with cute tricks and traps. Hilarious imagery results as the animals give …

 

Beautiful Stories From Shakespeare

Beautiful Stories From Shakespeare written as stories for children, by classic children’s book author Edith Nesbit. by: Edith Nesbit Text from Beautiful Stories From Shakespeare A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Hermia and Lysander were lovers; but Hermia’s father wished her to marry another man, named Demetrius. Now, in Athens, where they lived, there was a wicked law, …

 

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book a classic tale of Mowgli – a boy who is abandoned in the jungle and bought up by wolves, a bear, and a panther. The original tale has lots more to tell than the popular disney version and makes a great story for bedtime – children will want to go to bed …

 

Little Women

The classic novel Little Women, following the lives of four sisters—Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March—detailing their passage from childhood to womanhood, emphasising, periodically, the importance of domesticity, work, and true love, all of them interdependent and each necessary to the achievement of its heroine’s identity. By: Louise M Alcott Excerpt: (click on the link below …

 
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