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$2.99 on Kindle - Teddy Bear Town Children's E-Book Bundle (3 Complete Picture Books)

For moms with color e-readers such as a Kindle Fire or iPad, my new Teddy Bear Town Children's E-book Bundle is now available and on sale for $2.99 on Amazon. It includes 3 complete picture books to share with kids 3-8.

It is available on Amazon.http://www.amazon.com/Childrens-Bundle-Complete-Picture-ebook/dp/B0...

Immerse your child in the sweet and gentle world of teddy bears with three complete picture books.  Each of these bedtime stories is fully illustrated with simple and cheerful colored pencil illustrations of teddy bear families, giving the whimsical effect of a completed coloring book. Illustrations are geared toward color e-readers such as the Kindle Fire.

The following titles are featured in the bundle:

The Flag Keeper - Elizabeth may be a little bear, but she treats the American flag with big respect. After Dad leaves for a trip, Elizabeth pledges to raise the flag all by herself and follow all of the flag etiquette rules that her father has taught her. However, her dad never told her what to do if the flag gets dirty or the police show up. Teaches children about U.S. flag etiquette through a fiction story, flag facts, activity idea, and discussion questions. For ages 4-9. This book is also available in paperback.

Victoria Rose and the Big Bad Noise - Victoria loves her home and family, but boy does she hate the noises that invade her daily life. Her imagination transforms the blender into a growling bear, the vacuum cleaner into a lion and the lawnmower into a spaceship filled with monsters. With the help of a CD player, she decides that maybe a nasty noise like the blender is just music that doesn't know how to sing. This sweet bedtime story can help young children learn that household noises aren't so scary after all. For ages 3 and up.

Sticker Shoes - (Bonus book - only available in this bundle.) When Jenny gets a sticker stuck to her shoe, she has a new invention - Sticker Shoes! She covers her sneakers with shiny sparkling stickers and runs outside to try out her beautiful shoes. Unfortunately, Sticker Shoes aren't meant for rough and tumble play in the dirt and her invention doesn't last. Jenny makes her way through her closet, trying on old boots, dress-up shoes and slippers in her hunt for the perfect Sticker Shoe. Teaches young children about problem-solving and taking the first early "steps" toward independence. For ages 3 and up.

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