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A compilation of beautifully illustrated traditional and classic english nursery rhymes, the third book in the world famous nursery rhymes in the series. Compiled by David Whitney       See more of these books below    

 
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Seesaw – A Sad Story – A poignant, symbolic account of a boy coming to terms with sadness. He is bullied into cutting off his ears, only to find there is much bigger things in the world than people’s hurtful comments. For older children (contains some sensitive material). By: Henrique Komatsu     Text and Images …

 
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Cookie Rookie – Those cookies sure tasted good. But it just didn’t cross his mind early enough, that it would have worked out better for him if he had asked first. A short story told from a child’s perspective, aimed at teaching children hows and whys of good behaviour. By: Amy Upshaw and Salem de Bezenac, …

 
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The Lost Egg – A wise old owl finds a lost egg, and wonders, whose egg it is. A few animals claim the egg to be theirs but the owl knows better. A beautifully illustrated story, with lots of interesting lessons. By: Judie McEwen – Dick Rink     Text and Images from The Lost …

 
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All about Apples is about eating apples and about sharing them. The main character, Hedgy the hedgehog loves apples. He finds out all sorts of fun things he likes to do with apples, roasting, dipping in chocolate, but most of all he loves to share them with friends. By: Vanja Zogovic   See more Classic Books …

 
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The beautiful Princess Rose and her golden bird sang a lullaby every evening, and all the people in the kingdom fell asleep and dreamed sweet dreams until the break of dawn. But one day something terrible happened. An evil witch learned about Princess Rose and decided to curse her… A classical style fairy tale full of romance …

 
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Lull and his Ladybugs – Lull and his friends want what every kid their age wants – to feel no different from anyone else. But even lunchtime becomes an isolating experience when they realize their meals are no match to the fancy snacks the rich kids bring from home. Find out how this determined group …

 
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This book contains four of our early reader books in one easy to download file. The book contains Supercow, Gecko on the Wall, Bugs by Numbers, and Writing on the Wall. These books are aimed at kindergarten and nursery age children, but also great for early grades learning to read and for ESL. Author: Danielle Bruckert Excerpt: Book 1 …

 
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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 …

 
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A large and beautifully illustrated collection of well known nursery rhymes in English, great for toddlers learning to speak. By: David Whitney     Text and Images from World Famous Nursery Rhymes – Volume 2   Hush-a-Bye, Baby Hush-a-bye, baby, on the tree-top, When the wind blows the cradle will rock; When the bough breaks the cradle will fall, …

 
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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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In Open Sea – Bubu’s back in another amazing tale. When Bubu finds a bottle in the sea with a call for help inside it is clear for everyone – a new adventure awaits. And this time he is not alone – his friends Oskar and Rico are coming with him.What lies ahead? Fearful sharks…a …

 
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What are all the new things a baby will learn when they come into the world? My Precious Baby Dear helps us remember, and reminds us what is most important, a lovely book for babies, toddlers, and children learning to read. By: Andrea Elder     Images from My Precious Baby Dear <end of sample> See …

 
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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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A House For A Mouse – Two mice, Whiskers and Cheesepuff, discover humans have moved into their house. After evading traps, they eventually find an amicable solution through learning to be giving. By: Rebecca Westberg     See more of these books below    

 
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