Post by MomSmack Entertainment Writer Laura Crawford
We’re huge book lovers in my family, and have been collecting children’s books since the day my seven year old was born. We now have over 100 books ranging from easy-reader sight word books, to a few series. Some we’ve bought brand new, as it’s always been a birthday tradition for my kiddos to go to the book store and pick out two or three new books, and some have been hand-me-downs from friends who’s children have outgrown the stories. That’s the great thing about books, they are a gift you can keep on giving and sharing.
But they can also take up a lot of space quite quickly. While I will always love the personal feel and smell of a physical book, I can’t deny the advantages of tech and having ebooks available. You can easily travel with more than one book. Often the ebook price is cheaper than print, and you can also find many titles for free. And free is a great feature when picking out new books for more than one child.
So when recently searching out some free books to add to my Kindle, here are some of the titles I found that I thought would be good to share with you:
Tongue Twisters for Kids: This is a fun book for kids who are early readers, on up to 1st grade. Be prepared for lots of giggles as both you and your kiddos try to say these tongue twisters to one another.
Orangey the Goldfish: Billy is a young boy learning to take care of his goldfish, who has a little surprise. He can talk!
Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg: Terry Treetop books are a great, educational and adventure series teaching children about environment and habitats.
Little Bad Wolf and Red Riding Hood: from the Newfangled Fairy Tales series. That sneaky Wolf is running a scam on Red Riding Hood’s Grandma! Until Red catches him in the act, that is. The Newfangled Fairy Tales series offers a fun new twist on the classic tales that will have your readers from 2nd up to 5th grade laughing.
Lily Lemon Blossom – Welcome to Lily’s Room: You can’t help but love sweet Lily Lemon Blossom. In this book she invites you into her room to meet some of her plush friends, which my girls immediately found fun and relatable since they have quite a bit of their own plush friends as well.
What books are you and your kiddos reading?
Laura Crawford is a freelance writer, hunter of food trucks, hashtag abuser, and coffee addict who believes that a proper Bloody Mary makes the perfect stand-alone brunch. She loves burying her toes in the warm sand, and nose in a book, though as a momma of 3 that tends to be a special treat.