Free & Cheap Children’s & YA ebooks (week of May 14 2011)

Free and cheap children’s and YA ebooks; nothing above $5.00, most $2.99 and under. Please check prices before you buy; free and on sale books do not remain indefinitely at that price.

Free


Rowan of the Wood
Directly from the author on her site

Price: FREE formats: PDF, ePub, html, mobi (for Kindle), and others.







Starfire Angels (Dark Angel Chronicles Book 1) by Melanie Nilles
Price: FREE

Next in series Broken Wings (Starfire Angels: Dark Angel Chronicles Book 2) $2.99










Cheap Reads

Children’s Books: Picture Books, Easy Readers, & Middle-Grade Books




The Tawny Scrawny Lion (Golden Books) by Kathryn Jackson, illustrated by Gustaf Tenggren
Price: $3.99











Big Dog, Little Dog (Dr Seuss I Can Read It All By Myself) by PD Eastman
Price: $3.99










A Treasury of Curious George (8 Stories) by Margaret & HA Rey
Price: $7.24 ($0.91/story)













Big Egg (Step Into Reading) by Molly Coxe
Price: $3.99











Judy Moody Was In a Mood by Megan McDonald, illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
Price: $0.99












Ivy and Bean by Annie Barrows
Price: $3.74 (Most of the others in this series are the same price.)











Horrid Henry’s Stinkbomb by Francesca Simon, illustrated by Tony Ross
Price: $0.89











Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid by Megan McDonald, illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
Price: $3.89











Amber Brown Sees Red by Paula Danzinger
Price: $4.99














Tween





The Doll in the Garden: A Ghost Story by Mary Downing Hahn
Price: $4.46












The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Price: $5.00











Guardians of Ga’Hoole: The War of the Ember by Kathryn Lasky
Price: $4.49











Wait Till Helen Comes: A Ghost Story by Mary Downing Hahn
Price: $4.46













YA Fiction


Tender by Valerie Hobbs
Price: $2.99











Confetti Girl by Diana Lopez
Price: $2.99











The Amaranth Enchantment by Julie Berry
Price: $4.88












Season of Ice by Diane Les Becquets
Price: $3.85


One Response to “Free & Cheap Children’s & YA ebooks (week of May 14 2011)”

  1. VersieC Says:

    The invention of the ebook must be the epitome of awesomeness, because I can now lug around 20 books where ever I go, without breaking my back.

    I’m currently buying all my stuff from all you can books, a cool ebook store, with lots of reading material, and pretty cheap.

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