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Flovely children's book of bedtime stories: The best ebook for kids of bedtime stories - Why we sleep

A cute Good-Night preschool bedtime picture book for children:

"Flovely children?s book of bedtime stories" is a lovely children's book with a nice design and simple rhymes that can easily be remembered and repeated. Before going to sleep many children like attention, care and a cuddle. This book is the perfect companion for this important ritual at the end of the day.

Clear images in colourful "material design" make the story understandable for small readers and provide a calming effect. The history of the book aims at giving the child a positive feeling of safety. Themes like love, friendship and security are discussed in the book and illustrated with child-friendly pictures. With light-footed rhymes and high-stepping illustrations, this tale is gentle inspiration for every child with dreams of greatness.

+ the free children?s book "Flovely builds a tree house"

In short, this is an ideal bedtime book for children from kindergarten to primary school age.

About the author:

The author Siegfried Freudenfels has been working as an illustrator for children's books for over 10 years. In 2010, his first free ebook, a new edition of famous children's classics, was published as a free children's book. The works soon became known and apart from further Good Night stories for children, children's games and lullabies appeared, also as free ebooks. The collection now comprises over 20 children's books for digital reading devices.

More matching books by the author:



"Flovely on the flower meadow - A story about true friends and deep friendship - ebook for free""Adventures in Castleland - a bedtime picture book for boys and girls - a free ebook for kids""Flovely Adventures on the houseboat - A funny story to read aloud or read to yourself - Read it free"

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The Light Keepers (ShadowLight Saga Book 0)

From the #1 Bestselling Norse Fantasy Author, comes The Light Keepers, a short story prequel to the ShadowLight Saga

Isolated because of what she is--because of the power she holds inside--Astrid longs for contact with another human being. Her well-intentioned mother locks her away from society in order to protect her from an evil that seeks to use Astrid's abilities for his own means. But the resulting loneliness drives Astrid deeper into the shadowwalk--a power she is forbidden to use, a magic that lands her directly into the arms of the Shadow.

This short prequel to the ShadowLight Saga offers a revealing glimpse into the history of the beautiful and mysterious warrior maiden known as Swan, called Astrid in this prequel. It takes place a few moons before Bonded begins and is a self-contained novelette of approximately 10,000 words.

PRAISE FOR THE LIGHT KEEPERS

You've never seen dark versus light like this before! Matthews expertly twists good and bad until the lines are blurred and your heart is racing.

Astrid (Swan) is such an amazing heroine - she's so tough, yet emotionally rich. Since Astrid can't speak, I loved how Matthews weaved in her internal thoughts throughout the action - it gave me an extra layer of insight to her cool personality. I loved her!

It's sexy, intriguing and fast paced...The Light Keepers hurls you right into the action...leaving you begging for more...

Introducing the environment: Ecology and ecosystems

This 5-hour free course looked at how the study of ecosystems can be used to determine the effect that we humans are having on the global environment.

Flovely Sleep-well-Book: Free children's book - Sleeping aid for children

The "Flovely Sleep-well-Book" is a lovely children's book with a nice design and simple rhymes that can easily be remembered and repeated.

Before going to sleep many children like attention, care and a cuddle. This book is the perfect companion for this important ritual at the end of the day.

Clear images in colourful "material design" make the story understandable for small readers and provide a calming effect. The history of the book aims at giving the child a positive feeling of safety. Themes like love, friendship and security are discussed in the book and illustrated with child-friendly pictures.

The story: The sun is slowly setting behind the hills and the hedgehog tells Flovely and her friends a story before bedtime. Then the kids go to bed and sink into the most beautiful dreams. The story goes from dusk till night and reflects the process of falling asleep. The book was developed in collaboration with experienced educators and helps each child to end the day positively and happily.

In short, this is an ideal bedtime book for children from kindergarten to primary school age.



This is a beautiful children's book. Flovely presents high quality children's books, which have been developed in cooperation with educators.

Learning to teach: Becoming a reflective practitioner

This 5-hour free course explored reflective practice and how to ensure that reflection leads to learning.

Spanish: Perspectivas porteƱas

This 4-hour free course explored a documentary about artists in Buenos Aires, to support the development of advanced listening skills in Spanish.

Rime of the ancient mariner

This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

Oakshot Complete Works of Oscar Wilde (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) (Classics Book 5)

Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Ebook contains illustrations and inline footnotes where applicable.

Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read.

The Novels.

oThe Picture of Dorian Gray - Magazine Publication.

oThe Picture of Dorian Gray - Book Publication.

The Plays.

oVera; or, The Nihilists.

oThe Duchess Of Padua.

oLady Windermere's Fan.

oA Woman of No Importance.

oSalome. (Illustrated)

oAn Ideal Husband.

oThe Importance Of Being Earnest.

oA Florentine Tragedy.

oLa Sainte Courtisane.

The Short Story Collections.

oThe Happy Prince And Other Tales.

oLord Arthur Savile's Crime And Other Stories.

oA House of Pomegranates.

The Poetry and Sonnets.

oPoems.

oUncollected Poems.

oThe Sphinx.

oThe Ballad Of Reading Gaol.

oRavenna.

oPoems in Prose.

oUncollected Poems 2.

The Non Fiction.

oThe Essays and Lectures.

oThe Reviews.

oShorter Prose Pieces.

oMiscellanies.

oImpressions of America. (Inline Footnotes)

The Biographies.

oThe Life of Oscar Wilde by Sherard, Robert Harborough (Illustrated / Inline Footnotes)

oThe Trial of Oscar Wilde, from the Shorthand Reports by Charles Grolleau. (Inline Footnotes)

oRecollections of Oscar Wilde by Pollard Percival, La Jeunesse Ernest, Gide Andre, Blei Franz.

oOscar Wilde and Myself by Douglas, Alfred Bruce, Lord. (Illustrated)

oOscar Wilde - His Life and Confessions by Frank Harris. Vol 1-2 (Illustrated/Annotated)

oOscar Wilde - An Idler's Impression by Edgar Saltus.

The Criticism.

oOscar Wilde by Leonard Cresswell Ingleby.

oOscar Wilde, a Critical Study by Arthur Ransome. (Inline Footnotes)

Travelling light - poetry

A collection of 54 poems - long and short, written in various styles. The majority are free verse.

I have three other published poetry books:

'Kaleidoscope' - a collection of 119 poems, written from the age of 16 until 2010;

'Life's Rhythms' - a book of 316 haiku, composed in the traditional pattern of three lines with 5-7-5 syllables, written from 2011-12; and

'Mind-spinning Rainbows' - a collection of 150 poems, written since 2012.

Apart from poetry, I have written 12 novels - some for children and some for adults.

Sample poem...

We live in the echoes

We step inside mirrors

Lemon petals pave the way

I sleep in stages, sleep sublime

Walking pages never read again

I see the signs yet still forget

Imagining faces of the past

A rush of bliss splits the breeze

Where the peacemaker wanders

The crevices of the closed mind

He offers echoes of your stare

We live in the echoes

Patterns drawn upon a wall

Plunging ripples capture all

The raw beauty of the real

Where the Fool laughs his last

Is a time we'll never see

For he plays so beautifully

Daring to step beyond himself

Embracing all there is to see

With such wide open arms.

(C) Vickie Johnstone, all rights reserved.

Poems By Walt Whitman

This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

THE SAGA OF EIRIK THE RED - A Free Norse/Viking Saga: An Account of Eirik the Red's Discovery of America

The Saga of Erik the Red is thought to have been composed before 1265AD on the Norse exploration of North-America. The saga also details the events that led to Erik the Red's banishment to Greenland and Leif Ericson's preaching of Christianity as well as his discovery of Vinland (America) after his longship was blown off course. By geographical details, this place is thought to be present-day Newfoundland, and was probably the first European discovery of the American mainland, some five centuries before Christopher Columbus's arrival in the Antilles.

The saga also chronicles the life and expedition of Thorfinn Karlsefni and his wife Gudrid, characters also seen in the Greenland saga.

This translation is made from the version of the Saga printed in Dr. Gudbrand Vigfusson's Icelandic Prose Reader.

NOTE: It may be mentioned here that Carl Christian Rafn and the other Danish scholars who edited this elaborate work have concluded that Kjalarnes is the modern Cape Cod, Straumsfjordr is Buzzard's Bay, Straumsey is Martha's Vineyard, and Hop is on the shores of Mount Haup Bay, into which the river Taunton flows.

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KEYWORDS: Saga of Eirik the Red, Eric the Red, Leif Ericson, banishment, Greenland, Vinland, longship, storm, off course, Newfoundland, discovery, America, Norse, Viking, mainland, preach, Christianity, Christopher Columbus, Antilles, Vifil, Gudrid, grandfather, Iceland, parentage, emigrate, father, Thorbjorn, family, Thorstein, son of Eirik the Red, Karlsefni, expedition, Fate, Thorhall, Sportsman, second winter, Hop, Dealings, Skroelingar, Skroelingar, Skroelinger, fights, Return, Straumsfjord, slay, Thorvald, One-footer, hero, Heroic, magnanimity, magnanimous, Bjarni, descendants, Mount Haup Bay, Taunton, river, Kjalarnes, Cape Cod, Buzzard's Bay, Straumsey, Martha's Vineyard, grapes,

The Apex

Emma Marlene Vardaman, known mainly and formidably by her official monikers, Samantha Komodo and "Cheezi D", is a Gray Wolf and American author/rapper/lyricist.

She has been writing series of more than many fiction/action/thriller series

book since the tender cub age of five; with her most famous hits apparently

being "Lone Wolves" and her most recently self published, all anti-villain

main cast crime drama saga, "Lobo Thunder/The Hystericals". So far, her

current writing ambitions include writing to express not only her

own physical emotions into her works, but also those maybe of other animal

beings around her in the world as well.

Elsker: The Elsker Saga: Book One: Volume 1

ELSKER - Featured in USA Today You don't win the heart of an immortal assassin without making a few enemies along the way. Kristia Tostenson prefers Earl Grey to Grey Goose and book clubs to nightclubs, but when she transfers from her one-stoplight town to Cardiff University in Wales she falls in love with Ull Myhr. Her new boyfriend isn't exactly what she was expecting. He's an honest to goodness Norse God - an immortal assassin fated to die at Ragnarok, the battle destined to destroy Asgard and Earth. Kristia's crazy visions are the only thing that can save their realms. Her orderly life just got very messy.

Winter Solstice Winter: A Viking Blood Saga

In the land of the midnight sun, where ruthless Vikings and shape-shifters roam free, an evil empress usurps the Northlandic Throne and suspends the seasons on Winter Solstice. Lucia and Soren were sent by the gods to defeat the empress, but deceits run deep, and they become torn between fate and reality... and between love and loyalty as the battle to end all battles begins. What readers are saying: Loved the Window into Norse mythology Riveting and movie-worthy I have just one problem with this book - I can't wait for the second one! A wonderful period romantic thriller that grabs your attention in the first few pages, and never lets up on its grip. Non-stop, fly by the seat of your pants suspense. I...found the book to be an impressive Viking tale, with two very real, very well-described main characters. This is one of those books that makes you say, "I'll read for twenty minutes." Then two hours later, you decide you need twenty minutes more. Welcome to a cold, wintery world where nothing is what it seems. Winter Solstice Winter has the perfect amount of intrigue, mystery, mythology, action, love and passion to make it a very good read. Usually, I have no patience for historical fiction unless it offers something fresh or truly engaging to the story. Winter Solstice Winter does that and then a lot more. My advice is straightforward...GET THIS BOOK -- YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE IT!

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