No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf.
New members get entered into our monthly draw to win £100 to spend in your local bookshop plus lots lots more...Find out more
Browse Health & Family audiobooks for kids, listen to samples and when you're ready head over to Audiobooks.com where you can get 3 FREE audiobooks on us
How to Flirt with Women: Discover the Secrets on How to Have Successful Interactions With Women That Will Improve Your Relationship With Them Do you want to date many women? Or are you already looking at settling down and wanting to meet the right one for you? Meeting women and dating can be a bit daunting sometimes. This audiobook is designed to educate both people in the PUA community and people who are interested in being better at finding women and dating them. If you are unfamiliar with the term PUA, it stands for Pick-up Artist, and represents a community of people who are primarily interested in the science of attraction and how to apply that science 'in the field', or in layman's terms, 'at the club' (or bar, or wherever they want to meet women). The things that will be discussed in this audiobook might sometimes take you out of your comfort zone. But trying new things is not the same as compromising your personality. This audiobook will teach you how to attract women without ever feeling like you are compromising your personality just to get laid. This audiobook will discuss the following: - Your personality - Tips, Tricks, and Secrets in Meeting and Talking With Women - And many more! You can meet women and make them like you using your genuine personality. If you want to learn more, scroll up and click “add to cart” now.Show more
The Secret Life of Pets meets Toy Story in a new middle-grade series, adapted for audio, about a group of Very Good doggie day care buddies who follow a few of their wilder instincts, leading to hilarious chaos. Meet Hugo: the loyal and lovable family dog that would do just about anything to keep his owners happy. A very Good Dog, all of the time. Meet King: the newest puppy in town! Always full of energy and ready to make new friends, King is still learning the ropes of how to be a Good Dog. Meet Lulu: Lights! Camera! Action! Lulu is an Instagram star with an affinity for all things fancy--make sure her fur and collar look perfect in that photo! Always a Good Dog, especially with her owner Jasmine. When these three doggy day care pals come together for an unlikely adventure away from their owners, a small taste of being just a little bit bad starts a hilarious series of events none of them saw coming! This new middle grade series follows a group of dogs that quickly steal your heart--and make you hope your furry friends don't get any of their own ideas!Show more
A joyful, body-positive picture book, adapted for audio, about a young Indian American girl's journey to accept her body hair and celebrate her heritage after being teased about her mustache. Laxmi never paid much attention to the tiny hairs above her lip. But one day while playing farm animals at recess, her friends point out that her whiskers would make her the perfect cat. She starts to notice body hair all over--on her arms, legs, and even between her eyebrows. With her parents' help, Laxmi learns that hair isn't just for heads, but that it grows everywhere, regardless of gender. Laxmi's Mooch is a celebration of our bodies and our body hair, in whichever way they grow.Show more
This enchanting tale of dragons, betrayals, and the power of friendship is the first in a charming and thrilling series by New York Times bestselling author Jessica Day George. Creel can't believe her aunt wants to sacrifice her to the local dragon. It's a ploy to lure a heroic knight so that he will fight the dragon, marry Creel out of chivalrous obligation, and lift the entire family out of poverty. Creel isn't worried. After all, nobody has seen a dragon in centuries. But when the beast actually appears, Creel not only bargains with him for her life, she also ends up with a rare bit of treasure from his hoard: a pair of simple blue slippers, or so she thinks. But Creel learns that these shoes could be used to save her kingdom from the brink of war-or destroy it.Show more
Return to the world of the Wingfeather Saga with Andrew Peterson and his all-star author friends. Immerse yourself in a land of bomnubbles and quarreling cousins, sea dragons and book publishers, thieves and Fangs and secret maps. Here within these pages lie seven stories of the distant past, lost adventures, forgotten songs, and heartbreaking histories. The Shining Isle is restored, but Aerwiar is vast—and these authors have tales yet to tell: • Explore the inner walls of Yorsha Doon, just West of the Woes of Shreve, on the edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness, from the eyes of young Safiki in “The Prince of Yorsha Doon” from the creator of Aewiar, Andrew Peterson. • Jennifer Trafton's warm and whimsical writing brings to life a publishing nightmare populated by the many beasts of Skree in “The Wooing of Sophelia Stupe.” • Learn the origins of Ollister Pebmrick's mysterious entry in the Creaturepedia about his encounter with a raggant in “Willow Worlds” by N. D. Wilson. • Travel with young Podo Helmer on an epic hunt for sea dragons in “From the Deeps of the Dragon King” from A. S. Peterson. • Jonathan Rogers presents “The Ballard of Lanric and Rube,” sung by Armulyn the Bard, tale-spinner of the imaginary Shining Isle of Anniera, in On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness. • Discover what life was like for Maraly and Gammon in post-war Skree in “Shadowblade and the Florid Sword'—the first-ever Wingfeather comic—by Andrew Peterson. (Included in a dowanloadable PDF.) • Douglas McKelvey's epic, heartbreakingly hopeful novella 'The Places Beyond the Maps” recounts a father's journey to redemption. You'll also find delightful illustrations by Justin Gerard, Hein Zaayman, Cory Godbey, John Hendrix, Nicholas Kole, Aedan Peterson, Joe Sutphin, Jay Myers, and Doug TenNapel in the downloadable PDF. Enter a rich, imaginative world that becomes more real, more mysterious, more dangerous, and more beautiful with each story's telling. * This audiobook includes a downloadable PDF that contains illustrations and the first-ever Wingfeather Saga comic, one of the seven stories from the book.Show more
From the author of the award-winning Game Changer comes a new novel about two student-athletes searching for stardom, a young reporter searching for the truth, and a crosstown basketball rivalry that goes too far. The people of Walthorne love their basketball-and one of the things they love most is the special rivalry between the Walthorne North Middle School Cougars and the Walthorne South Middle School Panthers. As the season begins, two star players are feeling the heat: Austin Chambers, captain of Walthorne North, worries that he's not good enough to live up to his father's legacy, while across town, the brilliantly talented Carter Haswell, captain of Walthorne South, is already under pressure to get a scholarship that might ease his family's financial stress. While both boys do whatever they can to make sure their team wins, Alfie Jenks, a school sports reporter, discovers that behind-the-scenes scandals are just as much a part of youth sports as on-the-court action. When she blows the story wide open, the whole season is jeopardized.Show more
In this sweet and brightly illustrated picture book, Amy Wu must craft a dragon unlike any other to share with her class at school in this unforgettable follow-up to Amy Wu and the Perfect Bao. Amy loves craft time at school. But when her teacher asks everyone to make their own dragon, Amy feels stuck. Her first dragon has a long, wingless body, stag-like horns, and eagle claws, but her friends don't think it's a real dragon. Then she makes dragons like theirs, but none of them feels quite right...None of them feels like hers. After school, a story from Grandma sparks new inspiration, and Amy rounds up her family to help her. Together, can they make Amy's perfect dragon?Show more
This program is read by the author Which way do I go? That is your choice to make, said the Road. But what if I go the wrong way? The Road curved a little, almost as if it was giving me a hug, and said, Do not worry. Sometimes we go the wrong way on our way to the right way. It's okay to be afraid or to sometimes wander down the wrong path. Bestselling poet and activist Cleo Wade's What the Road Said encourages us to lead with kindness and curiosity, remembering that the most important thing we can do in life is to keep going. A Macmillan Audio production from Feiwel & FriendsShow more
The fifth book in a new arc in the New York Times–bestselling Amelia Bedelia chapter book series featuring young Amelia Bedelia and her friends! This chapter book about Amelia Bedelia minding her manners and making a new friend is an excellent choice to share with readers who are ready to read independently. Amelia Bedelia + Good Friends = Superfun Stories to Read and Share Amelia Bedelia and her friends are at a school event when they accidentally hurt the feelings of Candy, the new girl in their class. To save their annual ice cream party, Amelia Bedelia and her friends must learn (and practice!) a thing or two about manners, kindness, being polite and being a good friend. But with Amelia Bedelia involved, there are guaranteed to be a few funny mix-ups and wordplay! A funny chapter book series about friendship perfect for fans of Ivy + Bean, Clementine, and Junie B. Jones. The Amelia Bedelia books have sold more than 35 million copies since we first met the iconic character in 1963! Come join the fun!Show more
Future rock star or friendless misfit? That’s no choice at all. In this acclaimed novel by Newbery Medalist Erin Entrada Kelly, twelve-year-old Apple grapples with being different; with friends and backstabbers; and with following her dreams. Publishers Weekly called Blackbird Fly “a true triumph,” and the Los Angeles Times Book Review said, “Apple soars like the eponymous blackbird of her favorite Beatles song.” Apple has always felt a little different from her classmates. She and her mother moved to Louisiana from the Philippines when she was little, and her mother still cooks Filipino foods and chastises Apple for becoming “too American.” When Apple’s friends turn on her and everything about her life starts to seem weird and embarrassing, Apple turns to music. If she can just save enough to buy a guitar and learn to play, maybe she can change herself. It might be the music that saves her . . . or it might be her two new friends, who show her how special she really is. Erin Entrada Kelly deftly brings Apple’s conflicted emotions to the page in her debut novel about family, friendship, popularity, and going your own way. “A must-read for those kids cringing at their own identities.”—Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books.Show more
Ellie is tired of being fat-shamed and does something about it in this poignant debut novel-in-verse. Ever since Ellie wore a whale swimsuit and made a big splash at her fifth birthday party, she's been bullied about her weight. To cope, she tries to live by the Fat Girl Rules--like 'no making waves,' 'avoid eating in public,' and 'don't move so fast that your body jiggles.' And she's found her safe space--her swimming pool--where she feels weightless in a fat-obsessed world. In the water, she can stretch herself out like a starfish and take up all the room she wants. It's also where she can get away from her pushy mom, who thinks criticizing Ellie's weight will motivate her to diet. Fortunately, Ellie has allies in her dad, her therapist, and her new neighbor, Catalina, who loves Ellie for who she is. With this support buoying her, Ellie might finally be able to cast aside the Fat Girl Rules and starfish in real life--by unapologetically being her own fabulous self.Show more
The Secret Life of Pets meets Toy Story in this new middle-grade series, adapted for audio. In Book 2, wedding planning quickly goes awry when the Good Dogs try to help. When King's owner and Good Dogs day care leader, Erin, gets engaged, all the dogs and their humans couldn't be more thrilled! But in order to make sure Erin can attend a special dog-training session and make the wedding, her fiance, Jin, promises to take care of the day care business while she's gone. Can't be too hard, right? Wrong! When newest Good Dog and resident troublemaker, Napoleon, is up to his old tricks again, Lulu ends up with a terrible haircut and King somehow goes missing, the dogs will have to put their tails together in order to make sure the wedding isn't ruined and their humans stay happy. This second installment in the Good Dogs series, simultaneously publishing with Book 1, highlights the importance of learning from the past, while still having a lot of fun.Show more
Check out the latest activities in our KidsZone.