I decided to check out the Top 100 Free Children's Books on Kindle list -- a spot I rarely visit -- and was pleasantly surprised with the options. Below are the titles I picked up for myself and family. We haven't read any of them YET...
Because I'm extremely interested in fairytale re-tellings or re-worked versions, I got these books:
These 2 looked cool to me and possibly for my kids:
For my youngest, and possibly for the eldest to attempt to read:
Hoping for a few laughs with these stories. Note that the Patterson one is ONLY THE FIRST 20 CHAPTERS.
Let me know if you pick one or more of these up. I will, hopefully, be able to post reviews in the near future.
Please also note that, while these books are Free and in the Top 100 Free at the moment I write this, that could change at any moment. I offer NO PRICE GUARANTEE.
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But, and this is huge, I initially had to drop Andrea's posts because they routinely made me feel like I needed to be doing more. Andrea wrote daily, she was running a business, and she had more kids than me and, apparently, bounds more energy.
I felt like a lazy person each time her post dropped into my inbox.For several months, I opted out of her blog posts. Then it hit me. We were different.
Once I recognized that we were as different as we were the same, I was able to enjoy Andrea's posts again. Perspective is wonderful like that.
When Andrea's latest post arrived, I knew I had to share it. She's writes about how our circumstances -- the very things I needed to recognize in order to enjoy her posts -- are important for when we compare ourselves to others.
Don't Compare Your Reality to Someone Else's
Without further ago, I highly suggest you go read Andrea Dekker's post about Focusing On What You Already Do Well.