Bippity Bop Barbershop
by Natasha Anastasia Tarpley
E. B. Lewis (Illustrator)
In this companion book to the bestselling I Love My Hair, a young boy, Miles, makes his first trip to the barbershop with his father. Like most little boys, he is afraid of the sharp scissors, the buzzing razor, and the prospect of picking a new hairstyle. But with the support of his dad, the barber, and the other men in the barbershop, Miles bravely sits through his first haircut.
Written in a reassuring tone with a jazzy beat and illustrated with graceful, realistic watercolors, this book captures an important rite of passage for boys and celebrates African-American identity.
The Best School Year Ever (The Herdmans Series Book 2)
by Barbara Robinson
Genre: Children/Growing Up & Facts of Life/New Experiences/First Day of School/Friendship
1.99 at time of posting!
Buckle up for a wild ride involving a missing gerbil, a crazy cat, and a tattooed baby that will have readers of all ages laughing!
This hilarious novel stars the Herdmans, the worst kids in the world, who made their first appearance in author Barbara Robinson’s classic The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.
In The Best School Year Ever, Imogene, Claude, Ralph, Leroy, Ollie, and Gladys Herdman haven’t changed a bit. They still set things on fire and knock the other kids black and blue.
One day the teachers ask all the students to think of compliments for their classmates, and Beth Bradley picks Imogene Herdman’s name. At first, Beth can’t think of anything good, but soon she begins to see Imogene in a new light.
Maybe behind all of the outrageous pranks, there is something good about the Herdmans?
Matt, the Green Cat: Teaching your kids the value of Friends & Family (Toddler Books ages 2-4 3-5)
by Jenny Mitchell
Genre: Children/Growing Up/Facts of Life/New Experiences/Self-Esteem & Self-Respect/Nature
FREE at time of posting! Kindle Unlimited!
“Its the best book I’ve ever read. My teacher read that book to my class on November 30th. My whole class loved it so much they wanted to read it again because it was the best book they ever heard of! I hope other kids who will read that book will write a review too!” Alexander Stoforandov
On a Lovely Sunny Day a Cute Ginger Cat Suddenly Turns a New Color! Matt is walking down the street and tells his fascinating and breathtaking story.
- Our Toddlers Book Teaches kids that Being “unusual” or “different” has a lot of Advantages and that our Friends and Family are very important in our life
Our Amazing Kids Book encourages Kindness and Empathy towards others
Wonderful HD pictures Educate and Enhance children’s Emotions while reading
Perfect Gift for toddlers in Kindergarten and kids of Preschool age and their parents as a First Level 1 Reading Book for Children or as Goodnight Stories Book
Buy an Inspirational and Teaching Bedtime Cat Book for your Kids!
Enjoy Reading with your child and Have a Nice Day!
My Snowman, Paul (Snowman Paul Book 1)
by Yossi Lapid, Joanna Pasek (Illustrator)
Genre: Children/Growing Up & Facts of Life/New Experiences/Poetry/ Imagination & Play
FREE at time of posting!
Snowman Paul is a charming snowman who loves playing games and going on adventures with friends. In this book, Snowman Paul meets Dan for the first time, and they become best friends in an adventure-filled winter wonderland. This book teaches children the valuable lessons of true friendship and being comfortable with who they are.
Biscuit’s First Beach Day
by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, Pat Schories (Illustrator)
Genre: Children/Facts of Life/Growing Up/Animals/Dogs/New Experience
1.99 at time of posting!
Biscuit is going on his first trip to the beach! He is excited about making sand castles, collecting seashells, and playing in the ocean. Have a great day, Biscuit. Woof!
Children’s book: Laughing eyes: Fun rhyming poems for parents and children about everyday life with beautiful illustrations
by Haya Magner, Miri Leshem Peli (Illustrator)
Genre: Children’s/Growing Up & Facts of Life/New Experiences/Nursery Rhymes
2.99 at time of posting! Kindle Unlimited!
In the collection “laughing eyes” poems filled with humor and beauty, from the everyday life of every child are presented.
This is the first book of Haya Magner, which contains songs illustrated with wisdom and emotion by Miri Leshem Peli
Coral’s hair is long and fine,
Covering her face like a vine
(like a silky drape,
Hiding a window left agape)
Who is the hair hiding away?
Is it Coral, or has another girl come to stay?
A beautiful rhyming book you will love to read with your child!
Sophie Washington: Queen of the Bee
by Tonya Duncan Ellis
Genre: Growing Up & Facts of Life/New Experiences/African-American
99¢ at time of posting!
“Sophie Washington: Queen of the Bee is a grand look at the preteen years, and Sophie Washington is a marvelous character.” – Reader’s Favorite
Sign up for the spelling bee? No way!
If there’s one thing 10-year-old Texan Sophie Washington is good at, it’s spelling. She’s earned straight 100s on all her spelling tests to prove it. Her parents want her to compete in the Xavier Academy spelling bee, but Sophie wishes they would buzz off.
Her life in the Houston suburbs is full of adventures, and she doesn’t want to slow down the action. Where else can you chase wild hogs out of your yard, ride a bucking sheep, or spy an eight-foot-long alligator during a bike ride through the neighborhood? Studying spelling words seems as fun as getting stung by a hornet in comparison.
That’s until her irritating classmate, Nathan Jones, challenges her. There’s no way she can let Mr. Know-It-All win. Studying is hard when you have a pesky younger brother and a busy social calendar. Can Sophie ignore the distractions and become Queen of the Bee?
Wally Does Not Want a Haircut
by Amanda Driscoll
Genre: Chlidren/Growing Up/New Experiences
10.99 (Kindle Edition)
A bright barnyard tale from the author of Duncan the Story Dragon about facing your fears (and a pair of shears), and learning that a hug from your mama can make just about anything seem possible.
Wally does not need a haircut. His hair is perfectly fine.
Sure, it trips him up a tad and gathers a bit of greenery.
But Wally does NOT want a haircut.
He doesn’t even want one after his mama and their barnyard friends show off their own fun new ’dos. But when his unruly hair holds him back from the hoedown, he might have to reconsider.