Bargain Books 29/07/2013 Kids & Teens


Watch and listen to the free author’s read-along video of Book One, “The Cat That Didn’t Know How to Purr,” on YouTube and at the author’s website: johndavidauthor.com “Charming, engaging, and fun. The Purrennium Trilogy will have your children giggling with delight at the ‘turn’ of each page.” “. . . and it is just the right length for a bedtime story.” Fluffington the cat is very different from every other kitty you ever heard of, and Book Two continues his special story with funny words, pictures, and sounds. It is an easy five minute bedtime read for your children, and when they are ready, the real fun is having them read it to you. Be sure to read Book One, “The Cat That Didn’t Know How To Purr.” Book Three, “The Cat That Finally Learned How To Purr?” is available now! “The Cat That Was Learning How To Purr” is Book Two of The Purrennium Trilogy. (Best viewed in font size 3, contains 16 images, one per page turn. This picture book is 16 ebook pages long, not 3 “printed” ones ).Kids & Teens

 

 

Watch and listen to the free author’s read-along video of Book One, “The Cat That Didn’t Know How to Purr,” on YouTube and at the website: johndavidauthor.com “Charming, engaging, and fun. The Purrennium Trilogy will have your children giggling with delight at the ‘turn’ of each page.” “. . . and it is just the right length for a bedtime story.” Fluffington the cat is very different from every other kitty you have ever heard of, and Book Three concludes his special story with funny words, pictures, and sounds. It is an easy five-minute bedtime read for your children, and when they are ready, the real fun is having them read it to you. Be sure to read Book One: “The Cat That Didn’t Know How To Purr.” And Book Two: “The Cat That Was Learning How To Purr.” “The Cat That Finally Learned How to Purr?” is Book Three of The Purrennium Trilogy. (Best viewed in font size 3, contains 20 images, one per page turn. This picture book is 20 ebook pages long, not 4 “printed” ones).Kids & Teens

 

 

SHE JUST WANTS TO FLY Ever decided to do something that seemed like a good idea and in the second before there’s no turning back think, I musta been totally mental when I came up with this? And, then, Oh, well, here goes. That’s how Angel In Training Grace Lightbourne felt right before she asked the Big Kahuna to go straight to Earth on a mission as a Guardian Angel. The problem? She never was a great student and now she won’t even finish her last three years of school. To make matters worse, Archangel Michael isn’t happy about her special assignment, but Grace is convinced she’s on a fast track to her wings. How hard can it be? She’s working with humans, after all. Winging It!, the first book in the Angel In Training series, is an irreverent, light hearted take on Angels, Heaven and everything else that’s divine.Kids & Teens

 

 

Baby’s First Book is an illustrated Point And Say book in lovely pastel colours with common things from a young child’s life. What could that be? A ball! In the end all things are collected on one page so the child can point them out. For age 6-18 months. “I wanted to create a book that makes it possible for small children to participate in the reading through pointing, even if they can not express themselves yet,” says Jenny Holmlund, who missed that interaction when she read for her nieces.Kids & Teens

 

 

In a small village lives a girl with her mother and father. Anxious to buy her father a birthday gift, she goes to market. There she meets a strange old woman who promises to give her a magical reward if she goes into a dangerous forest to find her missing locket. Will Liril help the old woman? What adventures wait in store for her if she does? A girl. A dream. A gift. A magical fairy tale of a young girl who finds out that you should always be careful of what you wish for. You just might get it!Kids & Teens

 

 

Providence, Rhode Island Six. Whole. Months. The longest time her mother stayed home in the last few years. Enough time that a sense of security snuck into Abigail’s heart, lulled her mind into forgetfulness. But the monster hadn’t forgotten. ~~~ So starts Abigail Bishop’s descent to the final low in her life. Seventeen doesn’t seem such a bad age to die. For Basil Hines, perfection is the key to earning his parents’ love, especially his mother. He never suspected sharing this thought with a friend would bring hellish results. Abigail’s rash decision, and failure to take her own life, leads her to V’Salicus Academy, a place to start anew, become a Cleanser, a guide to show lost souls the way to The Gates for Judgment. Basil ends up duty bound to hell, his soul gambled and lost to the Devourer, all for the price of a few words. As the devil’s newest Harvestor, Basil must steal lost souls to feed his new master’s constant craving. In their new roles in life, love is forbidden, but when their paths cross, true love is what Abigail and Basil finally discover in each other. Can they hold tight to their love, or will duty trump all, leaving them both to a fate of Neverlove?Kids & Teens

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