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Whose Button Is It?

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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grandpas 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 …

 
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annualhaircutday

It’s annual haircut day but Sringeri cannot find anyone to help. Another great creative commons (CC-BY-SA) book from Pratham publishers, with stories based on Indian lifestyles adding to their cultural depth for most Westerners, and familiarity for those from the Indian sub-continent. By: Noni, Angie and Upesh   Images from Annual Haircut Day <end of sample> …

 
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the moon and the cap

The Moon and the Cap – An endearing tale about a child’s love for a new cap. Another great Creative Commons book from Pratham. By: Noni, Angie, Upesh These books are also available as a read along book, to enable learning reading and learning English with subtitles on Youtube, see the link below.     Text …

 
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joe and the real yellow wellingtons

Joe and the Real Yellow Wellingtons – Snozel doesn’t want to go out in the rain, but, after Joe drags him out, something happens to make him forget how much he hates rain. Sonzel is really glad he went out. Another great free book from Tony on the Moon. By: Tony J Moon   See more …

 
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happy maths book 2

Happy Maths Book 2 – The second book in the Happy Maths series, these books provide practical maths solutions, great for grades 5-7 with stories to help engage the students. The stories are based on Indian lifestyles which also adds to the cultural experience. Another great creative commons book from Pratham publishers. By: Mala Kumar, Angie …

 
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happy maths book 1

Happy Maths Book 1 – A mathematics book with many stories built around the problems, with questions and answers. The book is aimed at children of grade 3 to 5 maths and english levels. Stories are based around Indian lifestyles and this book can also be a nice way to learn about different cultures. By: Mala …

 
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pink flowers

This book is all about pink flowers! A simple non fiction book with beautiful photographs and interesting facts about the various of flowers. The book is available in Creative Commons – CC-BY-NC (attribution, non-commercial). The book, with it’s ‘pink’ theme, is dedicated to all those affected by and working with breast cancer, and has information …

 
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the rabbit and the flower

The Rabbit and the Flower – The rabbit finds a pretty flower, and he likes it a lot. His friends the birds help him find many more pretty things around him. Eventually the rabbit realises what is the most beautiful thing in life. This is the third book in Sarbasst’s Tales of the Lord series …

 
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a zebra called dottie

A Zebra Called Dottie – Who’s my dad? Why do all the other kids have a dad and I don’t know who my dad is? What is the meaning of beauty? Am I beautiful? What should I do when kids make fun of me at school?In this endearing tale, spotty the zebra, learns the answers that …

 
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