Four Kids Corner Freebies! Great eBooks for all ages and all are Free: Elise Stokes’ Cassidy Jones and the Secret Formula, A. M. Knott’s Catnapped, R.W. Ridley’s The Takers: Book One of the Oz Chronicles and Gerald Hawksley’s Don’t Juggle Bees! And Other Useless Advice For Silly Children

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4.9 stars – 89 Reviews
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

ourteen-year-old Cassidy Jones wakes up the morning after a minor accident in the laboratory of a world-renowned geneticist to discover that her body has undergone some bizarre physical changes. Her senses, strength, and speed have been radically enhanced.

After exploring her newfound abilities, Cassidy learns that the geneticist, Professor Serena Phillips, is missing and that foul play is suspected. Terrified that her physical changes and Professor Phillips’ disappearance are somehow connected, Cassidy decides to keep her strange transformation a secret. That is, until she meets the professor’s brilliant and mysterious fifteen-year-old son, Emery. An unlikely duo, they set out to find Emery’s mother, who is key in explaining Cassidy’s newly acquired superpowers.

Their lives are put at risk when they find themselves embroiled in a dangerous, action-packed adventure. Soon they are forced to confront a maniacal villain willing to do anything – including murder – to reach his own ambitious goals.

Other books in the Top Rated Superhero series for young adults, Cassidy Jones Adventures:

Cassidy Jones and Vulcan’s Gift, Book Two

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Catnapped

by A. M. Knott

4.6 stars – 9 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Stalking a tasty snack ordinary house cat Traxter Baxter gets a nasty surprise when his prey fights back with magic. In the flick of a whisker Trax is changed from a tabby into a ten-year-old boy. Will he spend the rest of his life without fur, or claws, or a tail? Not if he can help it!

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4.6 stars – 50 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
The first volume in The Oz Chronicles recalls both Stephen King’s The Stand and L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz. When 13-year-old Osmond “Oz” Griffith wakes from an illness on the floor of his closet, he discovers the world overrun by man-eating monsters, the Takers, and it’s largely his fault. In an effort to make things right, he gathers a band of survivors (a baby, an aged mechanic and a talking gorilla, among others), and sets off down his version of the yellow brick road, leading to the Atlanta Zoo. Along the way, he learns that his destiny was written by Steve, a boy from his past. Afflicted with Down Syndrome, Steve created new worlds, replete with battles between good and evil, in the comic books that served as his sole refuge from the teasing of Oz and his friends. Steve’s untimely suicide leaves only the comic books as clues to vanquishing the Takers.

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4.7 stars – 20 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Another silly rhyming picture book for children from Gerald Hawksley!
DO say “please”, if you’d like some cheese.
DON’T attempt to juggle bees.
DO remember where you keep your toes.
DON’T balance an elephant on your nose.
Packed with completely useless advice and jolly illustrations, this charming rhyming picture book is a simple, silly guide to life, which will enlighten and entertain silly children (and silly adults) everywhere!And DO see if you can spot the mouse on every page!
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