Monday, November 19, 2012

FREE nonfiction for kids this week

The following non-fiction for kids in the Science and Nature for Young Readers series will be free sometime this week on Amazon. Be sure to pick these up to fill that new Kindle that you are giving as a gift this Christmas.
SPIDERS will be free November 20th.

Did you know that spider silk is stronger than steel of the same thickness? Or that the venom from a Black Widow is more powerful a Rattle Snake’s? Learn all about the mysterious world of SPIDERS in the Science and Nature Series for Young Readers.

Fun Fish Facts for Kids will be FREE on November 21st.

Did you know that male seahorses give birth? Or that Parrotfish can make sand? Did you know that some fish are in danger of disappearing from our oceans forever? Discover the fascinating world of marine fishes and learn how you can help protect sea life in Fun Fish Facts for Kids, part of the Science and Nature Series for Young Readers.

HAWAII'S GREEN SEA TURTLES will be FREE on November 22.
Did you know that relatives of sea turtles have been around since the age of the dinosaurs? Or that sea turtles were hunted to the brink of extinction before gaining protection under the Endangered Species Act? Explore the fascinating underwater world of Hawaii’s Green Sea Turtles in the Science and Nature Series for Young Readers. Kids of all ages will enjoy the beautiful photographs while learning how they can help protect these graceful and beloved animals. This book also provides links to FREE MARINE LIFE COLORING SHEETS.

1 comment:

  1. Aloha,
    How exciting to find a children's writers group on Kauai.
    How many writers are in your group? Is there anyone who specializes in poetry for children? I'm a children's poet and I have spent at least 2 weeks at Christmas on Kauai for the last 10 years. I have a blog at:
    Does your group have regular meetings? Do you have dues?