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Amazon FreeTime's most popular eBooks for kids

EBooks are becoming more and more popular with kids. A recent Amazon Kids & Family study found two in five kids use their tablets and smart phones for reading.

From early learners to middle schoolers, Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, Amazon's kids' content subscription service, compiled a list of its most popular eBooks.

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EBooks are becoming more and more popular with kids. A recent Amazon Kids & Family study found two in five kids use their tablets and smart phones for reading.

From early learners to middle schoolers, Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, Amazon's kids' content subscription service, compiled a list of its most popular eBooks.

 

FOR AGES 3-5

"Elmo's ABC Book"

Elmo takes readers on a tour by naming his favorite things that begin with each letter of the alphabet. 

"Paddington"

The good-intentioned bear has humorous misadventures with his adoptive family in London. The classic story has been reissued for a new generation to enjoy. 

"We're Amazing, 1, 2, 3!"

Elmo, Abby, and their friend Julia, who has autism, have a play date. 

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"Pig Takes a Bath"

An energetic pig gets dirty and takes a bath just to hop back in the mud. This fun read promotes self-care, animal recognition, first words and more. 

"Rapunzel Stories Around the World"

Cultures from around the world have their own Rapunzel stories. Visit Germany, Italy and the Philippines in this Disney collection. 

"Ten Little Dinosaurs"

Kids read funny rhymes and learn to count backwards as they follow the silly dinosaurs with a pair of large, moving eyeballs built.

FOR AGES 6-8

"Batman Science"

The Dark Knight takes Gotham’s criminal underworld using his high-tech utility belt. Discover the connection between Batman's science and the real world. 

"Pandas"

Learn about what Pandas eat, where they live, why they need to be protected and more with engaging text and captivating photos. 

"Moana: The Mighty Maui Makes a Friend"

Follow Maui on his journey to becoming the best friend ever with the help of Moana.

"Glowing with Electricity"

Glenda, the origami firefly, teaches a real firefly named Molly all about electricity. Learn about atoms, generators, transformers and more. 

"Far Out Fairy Tales"

This collection of graphic novels gives a modern twist to classic tales. 

"Tiny Titans and the Science Fair"

Follow these elementary-aged DC superheroes as they get ready for the science fair in this picture-filled book. 

FOR AGES 9-12

"Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew: Sleepover Sleuths"

Nancy and her two best friends go to Deirde's sleepover party, where Deirdre's doll goes missing. The girls team up to investigate the missing doll. 

"Top 10 Mythical Creatures"

Discover tales and tidbits about 10 famous mystical creatures. 

"The Lost Hero"

Jason does not remember anything prior to waking up on a school bus holding Piper's hand. Piper is having realisitic dreams that show her father is in danger. On top of those worrysome plots, Jason, Piper and friend Leo find themsleves in Camp Half-Blood, where they are told they are related to gods. 

"Super Cool Science and Engineering Activities with Max Axiom Super Scientist"

Super Scientist Max Axiom inspires kids with a collection of projects related to forces and motion, chemical reactions and mechanical and structural engineering. 

"National Geographic Kids Cook-Book"

Join master chef and National Geographic Explorer Barton Seaver on a year-round culinary adventure. Learn recipes and the ins and outs of healthy eating, try engaging crafts and activities, read about real people, plant a kitchen garden, host a dinner party and more.

"A Day Inside the Human Body"

Shrink in size and take a tour of the human body. Visit all main vital organs and observe bones, blood and muscles on the ride.