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The first thing to know about the Knitty Gritty Kids is that most of them are 'Special Needs' children, rescued from the scrap heap of Life. I did not let them down as other soul-less, so-called 'parents' had. Deserted and discarded like so much rubbish, each one begged for rescue. Some wore their saddest, most tearful expressions, whilst others relied on an unexplainable magnetism to draw me to them, to be saved from . . . [...]
 
The Land of Fall Tales - Pumpkin Jack and the Fountain and Other Tales from the Land of Fall by Erin Greene
These are tales told to me by the legendary Green Man about the Land of Fall, a mythical Island "just off the coast" where it's always fall. In these stories, you'll find colorful characters like Uncle Robert (read about his Island-famous Fish Stew!), Freckled Moley, Pumpkin Jack, Mr. Boot and The Mary That Wouldn't. Share in their adventures as they find themselves involved in episodes about friendship and loyalty, fear and [...]
 
Tall Tales from the Small Folk Clan (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen
YOU RECOGNISE THE SMALL FOLK CLAN, SURELY? After all, you were one of them once upon a time... remember? Perhaps it was a long time ago for you personally, or maybe you are reading to a current member of the Small Folk Clan? Whichever part of the Clan you belong to, I'm sure you will agree on the importance of the small folk learning to love reading. The whole world can be theirs with this wonderful start in their lives. [...]
 
The most mysterious Legends and Myths That Will scared you by Romanio Taylor
This collection of myths and legends, in the form of 'ghost stories', is meant to take a look at some of the common elements that originated in urban and rural settings. These stories have had a long and checkered past of unexplained ghost sightings, mysterious murders, and disappearances, and as such, have become notorious for many thrill seekers.
 
The Meadow and the Millpond - Tales for Children by Siara Brandt
When I was very young, someone gave my mother a dozen or so boxes of books. As far as I know, my mother never read any of those books. She used them to prop up our bed frame for a while. It didn't work very well because the books were always shifting and the bed was always collapsing. Because I seemed to have been born with an insatiable hunger for reading, I had a different use for the books. Tolstoy, Freud, Dickens - I [...]
 
The Cinderella Plan - F'd Up Fairy Tales (Revved Up Fairy Tales Book 1) by Diana Flame
Two Princes ... Only one is the true heir to the throne. Dark secrets hide within the Izadel kingdom, but one girl is about to bring those secrets to light. Once upon a time a girl lost a glass slipper, married the prince and lived happily ever after... right? Wrong. Feisty, beautiful and certainly no pushover, Cinderella and her stepmother are at war. She's long since rid herself of her stepsisters and has finally thrown out [...]
 
Almost Unbearable Tales (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen
Well-ll-ll, he's b-a-c-k... my best old mate, Ted Bear Esq. (the Esq. bit was his idea - he thinks he's quite grand when that is added to his official title). After sharing more than 65 years of Life with him, I don't need anything to raise him in my estimation, or make him any more loveable - he's my Ted - what more can I say? It was all meant to start and end with a simple photographic record - Ted Bear Esq. - his photo [...]
 
Hillbilly Tales from the Smoky Mountains - And Other Homespun Remedies, Proverbs, and Poetry by Patricia Leigh Graham
Hillbilly Tales from the Smoky Mountains includes several short stories based on the folklore of the Appalachian Mountains. Before the time of cell-phones, computers and television, family members would gather on the front porch and offer up stories through simple oral traditions. These stories were to provide simple forms of entertainment to their children. With each generation, the stories become more elaborate and [...]
 
ZAK and ZARA and the INVISIBILITY BALL by S C Hamill
A light-hearted friendship story about a homeless, bullied and orphaned elf called, Zak and his growing friendship with his pink, purple and pretty fairy friend, Zara. The story begins when Zak shows Zara the Invisibility ball that Jakob the red wizard gave him for all his hard work as a special treat for his birthday. Zak and Zara decide to be rather daring and break with the long-standing Elf, Faun and Fairy rules and [...]
 
Small Folk Rhymes (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen
An original and quirky collection of poems and short stories for wee small folk - to capture and enhance their own wondrously fertile imaginations. Is there a loving 'out loud' reader somewhere for each of those smalls who have not yet begun their path to becoming a book lover, able to read to themselves? To this special reader, Christine says - "Please share the honour with me of creating another special bookworm, no matter [...]
 
The Financial Fairy Tales - The Troll Bridge by Daniel Britton
Everyone and everything crossing over the bridge had to pay the Troll Tax. It had always been that way, and no-one ever questioned it... Until a young boy dared to ask why? The Troll Bridge is the latest instalment in the multi-award winning Financial Fairy Tales series - stories which make learning about money serious fun! Share with your child positive and inspiring money messages, values and ideas, to help sow the seeds of [...]
 
Small Folk Rhymes - Part 2 - Fun + Activities (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen
Small readers of my books receive a great deal of pleasure from my rhymes and cute stories about animals and creatures that share our world. Now I have added to their enjoyment of the learning experience by adding a Part 2 to the Small Folk Rymes eBook, focussing on fun and activities to stimulate and provide joy as a small mind grows and is challenged to learn more about our wonderful world.
 
The Rising (The Lost Children of Managrail) by Aron Joice
The Utopian society of Managrail has lost its young king, and Queen Raina must raise their twins, the impetuous Lila, and her sullen brother Simian alone. No one could know that one of Lila's demands will change the lands forever. Lila and Simian have awakened the Fergay, ancient beasts that hunger for flesh, and it is plentiful in Managrail. Armed with magic talismans the Light Bringers, they will face challenges beyond [...]
 
The Hopeteller by Charles E. Yallowitz
Humanity has been driven into the wilderness by the 'Invaders'. They have been forced to live as colonies in the wilderness where survival is a daily struggle. Hope becomes harder and harder to hold onto as the years pass. Then one day, a young man tells a story to an injured friend and the Hopeteller is born. Unsure of the power of his words, he finds himself moving the colony with his fairy tales. He will see his people [...]
 
Children's Ebook - Dreams and Wishes! Modeling JK Rowling and Debbie Macomber (Motivation for kids) (I can, You can, We all Can) by Mayra A. Diaz
A Guide to Pursuing your Dreams Dreams and Wishes! (Inspirational bedtime story for kids) This is a children's eBook that teaches the little ones at home that those who have pursued and achieved their dreams had to overcome a lot of obstacles along the way. It teaches them that having dreams and then just waiting for our dreams to come true is not enough; we must also work to turn those dreams into reality. About the Author [...]
 
24 + 1 Christmas Tales - Butterfly Adventures in Santa's Secret City by Alexander Ruth
24 + 1 Christmas Tales tell of the fabulous adventures of butterflies Martha, Darfo, Sonya and Johnny at Santa's Secret City. They are accompanied by their friends the three electric blue fireflies and the fearful phoenix. Whether it be helping to check wish lists, granting a white Christmas or manufacturing magical Christmas presents, the butterflies can be found everywhere: their mission is to make Christmas bigger, better [...]
 
Ted Bear Esq. - his photo album (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen
Here is my best old mate, Ted Bear Esq. (lovingly known as Ted to me all the 65 years we have shared, so far!) It all began modestly enough with some photos of him for his story on Squidoo - 'A Little Known Aussie, Ted Bear Esq.', but do you think this was enough for this furry prima donna? No way! He beat his hairy chest for a bit, then demanded a full exposure of his 'togetherness' with all his friends. He would agree to [...]
 
Six Historical Tales Vol. 1 by Rayne Hall
-- Please note: This book is also available on special offer as part of a 2-book Kindle bundle myBook.to/Hist Six short stories for different historical periods: Greetings From Jerusalem (Ancient Rome) Scruples (Middle Ages) The Holed Stone (England 1900) The Black Boar (Middle Ages) Beltane (Ancient Britain) Queen of Ithaka (Ancient Greece) Please note: some of these stories have been published in other collections. British [...]
 
Girls Gone Great by C. J. BrumBerg
Girls Gone Great is a collection of magical tales written for girls ages two to ten. These fable-like stories were inspired by real girls, girls taking a magical journey of self-discovery where doing the right thing turns into something great. When you believe in yourself and have confidence to face obstacles, then any girl has the ability to "go great" and surprise herself just like the heroines in these tales.
 
Greybark and other Twisted Tales by Steven James Foreman
Greybark is a collection of published short stories that previously appeared in both print and online publications, all brought together now in one book. Here you will find short stories of horror and hauntings, tales of strange beings and vampires and talking trees, accounts of death and destruction, fatal encounters with ghosts and monsters and mythical creatures, and crime mysteries with unexpected twists in the tales. [...]
 
Dragon - Ten Tales of Fiery Beasts (Ten Tales Fantasy & Horror Stories Book 9) by Rayne Hall
Ten exciting stories - frightening, thoughtful and funny - about dragons by ten authors, edited by Rayne Hall. The stories selected for this book have different writing styles, from tongue-in-cheek humour to exciting frights, and they present ten different kinds of dragon. Some of these dragons are evil, some are kind, and others just want to be left in peace. But they all are dangerous, and they are formidable foes when [...]
 
Ancient Memories by Youngblood Hawke
Taylor Hardin and her daughter lived an idyllic life on a farm in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. She was a newly discovered landscape artist, her paintings suddenly in demand and regularly on display at one of Washington DC's most exclusive galleries. Her name was becoming a household word throughout the art world and, most of all, her paintings regularly sold for thousands of dollars. The newly found fame and [...]
 
Vanished (The Lost Children of Managrail 2) by Aron Joice
The magic war has ended and the sorceress from the White Realm has eluded capture, finding refuge in Plyth, the land of the magic makers. Intent on finding and destroying the murderess of his mother, Simian, now king, and an Ebata warrior vanish into the clouds behind her. Concealed by a spell cast by the Ebata Hafina, they find their way into the village seeking the whereabouts of the sorceress. The royal warlock Daton sees [...]
 
Invisible by Jeanne Bannon
Lola's not pretty. Lola's not popular. Lola wishes she could disappear ... and then one day she does just that... For seventeen-year-old Lola Savullo, life is a struggle. Born to parents who are cooler than she could ever be, Lola's dream of becoming a writer makes her an outsider even in her own home. Bullied and despised at school, Lola only has the support of her best pal Charlie and Grandma Rose. When forced to into an [...]
 
Different eyes by Des Birch
Short stories for bedtime reading show life from a different point of view. For those of you who want to curl up in bed and immerse in touching stories and anecdotes, this is the book for you. From everyday life where the stories begin, to the characters we meet every day, these tales are all around us, for those who can see. Go on, spoil yourself.
 

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