Let's Read an Ebook!

Let's read an ebook together!

Welcome to International Read an Ebook week!

If you are excited to check out the ebook round-up, feel feel to jump to the links below:

Picture Books
Chapter Books (Early Readers & Middle Grade)

But what if you've never read a digital picture book?

Chances are good that you've read at least one ebook before! Even if you don't have a Kindle device or other eReader, you've probably opened a PDF on your phone or computer to read.

What about children's ebooks, though?

Like a lot of parents, I prefer holding a book when I'm reading to my kids. I also love browsing picture books at the library. It's always amazing to see how many books there are, check out different illustration styles, and touch the pages.

It's hard to treat digital picture books the same way . . . but they can still be a lot of fun!

Most of the time, we use digital picture books when we are traveling. They're great for saving space when you need enough books to keep kids occupied for several hours. With a tablet, Kindle reader, or even a laptop, you can carry dozens of books along, and they all fit into a backpack!

a stack of children's books

Even when we aren't traveling, however, I like to check out new authors through their digital books before looking them up at the library or deciding to get a copy.

So, even if you usually read children's books in print, here's some digital books to check out on Amazon for Read an Ebook Week!

Picture Books
Chapter Books (Early Readers & Middle Grade)

By the way, many of these books are available on Kindle Unlimited, so if you have a subscription, you can read them for free--just as if you were checking them out from the library.

And if you don't have Kindle Unlimited, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial for new subscribers (affiliate link).

You also don't need to have a Kindle device. Amazon offers apps for most devices, as well as instructions for downloading and installing them.

So, it's time to get started reading!

Note: these links will be for Amazon(dot)com, the site for United States customers.

If your Amazon account is registered in a different country, you may see a notice that the book is unavailable. You should be able to find it, though, by switching to your own country's site and looking for the book there.

Happy reading!

Most of these books have been added by their authors. I've read some of them, but please use your own discretion on the Internet, as always!

Finding a Friend: #2-The Lost Sheep (Kay & Ray) by [Henderson Maestas, Debbie]

Henry's Hat Collection: A Henry the Fish Adventure by [Raugh, Megan]

Being Helpful- A book about the power of kindness, empathy and helping others. (The Being Series 1) by [Khera, Navnish K]

Cover Image

Princess for a Day: A book about kindness by [Tomar, P]

Chapter Books (Early Readers & Middle Grade)

Do you have a favorite children's ebook or know of an indie author who writes amazing children's books? Leave a comment and tell me about it! I'm always looking for new books to read to my kids!